Benefits of Joining Clubs are an integral part of our school culture. Crestwood High School has many clubs, to include academic and athletic that provide students with the opportunity to develop new skills, establish friendships, and take part in community service (at least two required per year/club). Also, many colleges look to see that students are involved outside the classroom, which shows they are well-rounded.

How to Get Involved With Clubs Students are encouraged to join a club or organization that matches their interests. If you would like to join a club or have any questions about one of the clubs listed below, please contact the club sponsor.

When Do Clubs Meet
Clubs meet during school on the assigned club meeting days – the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Some clubs meet after school as specified by the club sponsor.


AFJROTC Drill Club (Basic):

Cadets will train on their routine for upcoming drill meets. Team will drill in accordance with Drill and Ceremonies Instructions. Sponsors: Msgt. Avery & Msgt. Selle. Membership Requirements: Current, AFJROTC cadets.

AFJROTC Drill Club (Advanced):

Cadets will train on their routine for upcoming drill meets. Team will drill in accordance with Drill and Ceremonies Instructions. Team is allowed to do Fancy Military Drill, Armed and Unarmed. Sponsors: Msgt. Avery & Msgt. Selle Membership Requirements: Current, AFJROTC cadets

Art Club:

This club works in the community and the school creating props for activities, plays, performances, etc. Sponsors: Mr. Harding Membership Requirements: Any student can join.



Dance Club:

The purpose of the dance club is to expose dance students and non-dance students to various styles of dance, the dance industry, and the local dance community. Sponsor: Mr. Billy Thompson. Dues: $5 yearly. Membership: Open to all Crestwood High Students.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA):

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes provides an opportunity for interested athletes and coaches to focus their actions/goals around core Christian values. Membership Requirements: FCA is open to all students, faculty and staff at Crestwood High School. Sponsor is Mr. Scott.

Family Careers and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA): FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in family and consumer sciences education. Sponsors: Ms. Bell & Ms. Youngblood Membership Requirements: FCCLA is open to any student who is enrolled in a Family & Consumer Science Class or has taken a Family & Consumer Science Class.

Future Farmers of America (FFA):

To make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Sponsor:Ms. Dwyer Membership: Students currently enrolled or were previously enrolled in an agricultural education course.



Key Club:

Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide community service, build character and develop leadership. Sponsor: Mr. Kremer Membership: All Crestwood students may apply for membership.

National Honor Society (NHS):

The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of Crestwood High School. Sponsor: Mrs. Nelson Membership: Students must have an overall GPA of 3.9 at the end of their sophomore year, with no more than one category 1 discipline referral for the previous year.

Spanish Club:

The purpose of the Spanish Club is to enrich and extend students’ experiences in language and cultures of the francophone/Hispanic world, as well as other cultures. Sponsors: Dr. Silva Membership: Anyone who is currently enrolled in a Spanish class OR who has prior knowledge of the Spanish language.

Listed below are other organizations at Crestwood that may spark your interests.