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Sponsor - Mrs. Shannon Breaux


Through non-formal, research-based, experiential educational activities, 4-H participants gain knowledge and life skills that enable them to become positive, productive, capable and compassionate members of their communities. 4-H is fun. 4-H is learning. It's making new friends and doing new things. Sometimes it's even going to new places. 4-H is a club... a really big club! The 4-H Club is the largest youth organization in the United States! Louisiana has more than 220,000 4-H members in more than 1,700 clubs. 4-H is conducted in Louisiana by the LSU AgCenter and its Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service.


Sponsors - Ms. Callais & Mrs. Robinson


Beta is a school/community service organization and an academic honors recognition program. Beta holds conventions for students where they can take part in competitions in all academic areas for awards, scholarship, and monetary gifts. Beta is an organization that encourages high moral character and provides some of the best student leadership training for young teenagers. Beta changes people lives by having them become involved in their school, community, and government.

Tarpons for Christ

Tarpons for Christ is a weekly gathering of students led by Mr. Brannon White from Hope Extreme.  He leads the students in a time of games, Bible lesson, prayer, and discussion.  Throughout the year, students are given an opportunity to serve others, learn about how to live like Jesus, and study God’s word. Tarpons for Christ meets Tuesdays during both lunches in Mrs. Robinson’s classroom at 7th grade lunch and Mr. Anderson’s classroom during 8th grade lunch.