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Academic Team
Sponsor: Mr. Cowne

Art Club
Sponsor: Rita Kovach
The KGHS Art Club meets twice a month on Thursdays, or more often, depending on the project that we are involved with each month.  The goal of the Art Club is to provide interested students with the opportunity to use their artistic skills and talent to express themselves in the creation of murals, posters, banners, etc. in support of school and community organizations.  Art Club members may also be called upon to participate from time to time in fund-raising activities.



Director: Ms. Cathy Weaver



Chess Club
Sponsor: Mr. Cowne

Director: Ms. Roberts

Class of 2014
President - Summer West
Vice President - Brittany E. Williams
Secretary - Samantha Fedaak
Treasurer - Kendall Harvey
Advisor -

Class of 2015
Advisors - Mrs. Ragsdale and Ms. Hand
President- Kristen Hornbaker
Vice President- Perri Chuska
Secretary- Josie Altman
Treasurer- Jesse Jones
Class Representatives- Arnelle Johnson, Jarod Watson, Christina Jones
Prom Committee Chair- Myan Fletcher & Amy Howell
Prom Committee Members- Kyle Stephens, Avery Garnica, Carly Lindstrom

Class of 2016
President: Sara Hall
Vice President: Emily Altman
Treasurer: Matt Minero
Secretary: Cate Phillips
Advisor - Ms. Moody and Ms. Fulton

Class of 2017
Advisor -



Debate Team
Sponsor: Ms. Snelling
Is an extension of the class experience and allows for students not taking the class to compete and stay active.  Meetings are on a need basis.  Schedule of tournament dates and places is available from Ms. Snelling in her room.

DECA (an Association of Marketing Students)
Sponsor: Mrs. Dee Strauss & Mrs. Sally Shea
DECA meets the 2nd Thursday of each month. We are involved in Community Service, Vocation Understanding, Leadership Development, and Social Responsibility. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. DECA at KGHS prepares the next generation to be academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, and experienced leaders. We are also committed to our community, our school, and our Chapter, participating in events and activities locally. DECA at KGHS is very involved with Virginia DECA and National DECA, participating in all competitive events, conferences, and DECA sponsored events. DECA at KGHS is open to all students who are taking a Marketing class during the school year. The membership drive lasts through September, with student initiation held in October. Please join us! Search DECA at KGHS on Facebook and @KGDECA on Twitter & Instagram! |  |

Sponsor: Ms. Wynes
The fall play, "The Importance of Being Earnest" runs November 13-16, and auditions are on Wednesday September 4th directly after school. Our children's play, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” directed by student Judy Ho will run January 29-February 1, auditions are November 20-21. And our spring musical "Hairspray" will run May 7-10, auditions are February 10-13. Drama Club meetings are once a month on the second Tuesday of the month during the 2nd half of flex. If you have questions contact Ms. Wynes in the Theatre room 305 or call 540-775-3535 ext 2305.



E3 Club
Sponsor: Ms. Pasler
E3 Kids is a club that works together with an organization called E3 ( It's mission is to equip, empower and educate impoverished youth in Africa.
President - Karson Buckle
Vice President - Jordan Taylor
Secretary - Latifah Smith
Advertising Coordinator - Justin Taylor



FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Sponsor: Ms. Robison
Meetings 1st Tuesday of every month 11:05 during FLEX in room 212
President - Katie Fitzjarrald
Vice President – Ashley Perkins
Secretary – Arnelle Johnson
Treasurer – Daniel Habron
Reporter/Historian – Mckenzy Roeske
We emphasize leadership qualities, ethics, and giving back to the community. We do many community projects that involve a lot of fundraising, and we support Project ASK--an organization for terminally ill children. We do competitions from every aspect of the business world--from accounting to web page design. We reward the club members with trips each year. FBLA is a co-curricular organization for any business student.

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

FFA (Future Farmers of America)
Sponsor: A. S. Mitchell
The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education

French Club
Sponsor: Mrs. Jessica Healy


Sponsor: Ms. Snelling
Forensics is competitive public speaking. Contestants compete in one of ten categories: Foreign or Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking, Humorous or Serious Interpretation, Duo interpretation, Impromptu, Poetry or Prose Interpretation, Storytelling, and original Oratory.
NCFL- information about Forensics
NFL-information about Forensics

Foxfire (School Newspaper)
Advisor - Mr. Styer
The student newspaper, Fox Fire, can be found at The stories in the newspaper are written and revised by students along with the help of the staff advisor. The newspaper does not function as a forum for students, but students are permitted to express themselves, in a school appropriate manner, through the stories they write.



German Club
Sponsor: Herr Cowne





Instrumental Music Department
Sponsor: Catherine Fisher link my email
Marching Royal Regiment link:
Concert Band link:
Wind Ensemble link:
Jazz Ensemble link:
King George Band Parents Incorporated link:







Leadership Council
Advisor: Mrs. Dee Strauss
The Leadership Council is made up of all of the student organization, class, & club leaders and their advisors, to provide help and assistance to all student organizations, helping them to become stronger and more connected with other organizations and our community at-large.
The purposes of the Leadership Council are as followed:
> To promote school spirit
> To promote student/staff cooperation
> To promote organization cooperation
> To promote good character
> To promote community involvement
> To promote service learning
> To prepare & maintain an officer handbook for all clubs/organizations
> To promote student involvement
The Leadership Council will meet regularly on a monthly basis . With this committee, we hope to be able to strengthen multi-organization fundraisers and public relation efforts. We also hope to help strengthen the smaller organizations within our group, and help give birth to new ones. With membership in the council, it is also imperative that our student representatives attend School Board and Board of Supervisor meetings, to make sure the our public leaders understand that our students take an interest in what happens in their county and in their schools. Ultimately, we hope to encourage the students at our school to become more active in extracurricular and to help each and every student find a club fit for them.

Lit Mag
Sponsor: Christina Hand



Model United Nations
Sponsor - Mr. Perry



NHS - National Honor Society
Sponsors: Jessica Wilkerson
The KGHS National Honor Society is an organization devoted to creating enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulating a desire to render service, promoting leadership, and to developing character in the students of King George High School. Selection for membership is by a Faculty Council and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Once selected, members have the responsibility to continue to demonstrate these qualities. Eligible seniors with a 3.5 GPA may apply in September. Eligible sophomores and juniors with a 3.75 GPA may apply in December.

NHS Officers 2014-2015
President – Brittany Halsey
Vice President – Johannes Gulick
Treasurer – Jarod Watson
Secretary – Anna Rinko
Historian – Sara Hall
Social Chair – Maddie Amos

NJROTC - Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
Sponsors - CDR Duckworth & SGTMAJ Frank
MISSION: "… to instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment."
Fox-Company NJROTC Unit





Sponsor: Mrs. Dunn
We are the link between parents and the classroom, working together to stay informed and help our students succeed.







SCA (Student Council Association)

President - Maure Buckley
Vice President - Jarod Watson
Treasurer - Alexis Schmidt
Secretary - Kiana McKenna
Parliamentarian - Lena Easingwood
Historian - Chuck Pasold
Sponsor/Advisor: Mrs. Marynn Dause

The Student Council Association is a student-run organization that emphasizes Enthusiasm, Commitment, Energy, and Excellence. We serve as a voice for the student body in the leadership community of KGHS. We also sponsor at least one charity each year and coordinate all School Spirit events (including Spirit Weeks, Pep Rallies, the Homecoming Dance, Teacher Appreciation Week, etc.). The SCA Board of Officers represents KGHS by serving as members of the VSCA Planning Committee. Every enrolled student of KGHS is eligible to serve as a representative and/or voting member of the Student Council.

(open to all students who are enrolled in Trade and Industry classes at KGHS)
Sponsors: Ms. Cathy Morgan, Mr. Charlie Ward
, and Mr. Raymond Blazer
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives, working together to ensure America has a skilled work force.  SkillsUSA is a national organization serving teachers, high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations. SkillsUSA was formerly known as VICA (the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America).

Spanish Club
Sponsors: Seρor Spieker, Sra. Rodirugez, Sra. Perry

Sponsor: Ms. Lewis

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Students Helping Honduras
Sponsor: Mrs. Styer













Yearbook (Photojournalism curriculum)
Sponsor: Mr. Styer
The King's Gallery is KGHS's all-color yearbook. Completely researched, written, photographed, and produced by a staff of students; the yearbook encompasses all events from the start of school through February. Spring events are covered in a supplement, produced by novice photojournalists during the spring semester.




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