Clubs & Activities
Tallulah Falls School offers many ways for students to be involved beyond the classroom. Clubs and activities available to upper school students for the academic year include the following.
Art Honor Society
The Art Honor Society is open to anyone interested in art and finding ways to inspire and educate the TFS community and beyond through the arts. Members meet weekly.
The Bakeology Club serves others through baking (teachers, police officers, firemen, etc.). The club wants to share with the community, and desires to teach others how to bake because many students have not had the opportunity to learn. Though students have an opportunity to take Culinary Arts, this allows those who can't exposure to baking. Members meet once each month.
The Cinema Club explores the world of film by examining various genres of movies. Students will view films, share meaningful movie clips, discuss, and appreciate. Members meet on designated Fridays after school.
Do Something Club
The Do Something Club empowers high school students to mobilize their peers to make a lasting impact in the community. The club desires to make social change both online and offline through campaigns. Members meet every other week via video chat.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) meets weekly, and the purpose of the members is to spread the love of Jesus Christ and share the Gospel. All are welcome to attend.
Global Citizens Awareness Panel
The Global Citizens Awareness Panel aims to empower, teach, lead, listen, share, connect, and unite the international and domestic community. Members meet every two months.
Great Books Club
The Great Books Club reads significant works of world literature, and has meaningful discussion. Members read two books per semester, with a meeting to introduce each book and a second meeting, cafe-style, to discuss the literature.
The International Club desires to welcome and assist new international students, and designs and leads the annual "International Day" celebrations at TFS. Both international and domestic students are invited to join.
International Delegates are those who wish to work as delegates between America and other countries. These members welcome and host students to demonstrate goodwill, friendship, and mentorship. Participants host the new international student welcome camp and both in on- and off-campus activities.
The Journalism Club explores different forms of storytelling for publication. Members meet every other week.
The Key Club aims to serve the school, community, and planet. Members of the Key Club meet every other week.
The Magic Club's purpose is to learn and perform magic. Members (magicians) can improve their speaking ability, courage, confidence, sense of humor, and sleight of hands. Members have hearts that love magic, and share their talent and joy, bringing surprise to others because the real magic is between people. Members meet every two months.
Math Club (Mu Alpha Theta)
The Math Club exists to practice for Mathematics Tournaments. Members meet weekly.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is made of members who are nominated and invited. The purpose of the NHS is to provide opportunities with members with a minimum GPA of 4.0 to develop leadership and positive character in the service of the school and community. Members meet as designated.
Odyssey of the Mind
Odyssey of the Mind is a club that requires creative thinking and problem-solving. Members compete to solve spontaneous and planned problems.
The Outdoor Club is designed to develop an appreciation for outdoor activities. The members will develop the skills needed to engage in outdoor sports safely. Members meet every two weeks.
The Recycling Club collects paper and cardboard for recycling on campus. Members meet weekly as needed.
The Robotics Club builds robots and competes in state competitions. Members meet every two weeks.
The Screenwriting Club is designed for those who desire to write, read, and analyze screenplays. Members meet twice per month.
The Tome Society is not your average book club. The purpose of the Tome Society is to promote literacy through service, collaboration, and competition-based club activities. Members meet every two weeks.
Tri-M Music Honor Society
The Tri-M Music Honor Society includes members who are enrolled in music class, maintain an 'A' in music classes and 'B' or higher in other academic courses. Members are students who demonstrate respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, kindness, and good citizenship, and have a love for music. Performance opportunities are available to members, as well as opportunities for leadership and service. Members meet as designated.