2023-2024 T.L. Hanna Clubs & Organizations

Amigos sin Fronteras (Friends without Borders)
Sponsored by Sandra Camacho-Naundorf, Tanner Hayes, Xiomara Jones, Monica Castaneda, John Rogers, & Yuderkis Gonzales-Rodriguez
Amigos Sin Fronteras helps students learn to appreciate different cultures through food, music, clothing, and dance. Join us and make new friends while practicing foreign language skills!
Sponsored by Kacie Taylor & Beth Hearn
ASTRA Club is an international service project of Altrusa International. Members will serve the community and school every month through projects adopted by the club.
Beta Club
Sponsored by Samantha Colman and Danette Buddin
Beta Club promotes ideals of character, leadership, service, and good citizenship while encouraging students to continue their education after high school. Members must be in 10-12th grade with a minimum 4.0 GPA. 
Black Student Union
Sponsored by Camille Richardson
The Black Student Union at TL Hanna High School aims to educate, celebrate, and represent the black experience and diaspora via community outreach, volunteering, and event planning. One major purpose of the group is to encourage diversity and the celebration of different cultures.  Advocating for community outreach in predominant areas of people of color is another focus. The BSU members will also provide examples of unity and be positive examples of leadership to students of color. 
Book Jackets
Sponsored by Jamie Fletcher and Stephanie McCauley
All students and faculty are welcome! Bring your book or e-book with you to discuss our book selections. If available, we may compare the books we read with the film version.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
Sponsored by Chanda Canup & Jeremy Powell
FCA challenges athletes to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. 
French Club
Sponsored by John Rogers
French club is open to students enrolled in French II or higher. Members enjoy get-togethers featuring French movies and French cuisine.
Future Educators
Sponsored by 
Future Educators encourages students to pursue a career in education. Members serve in local elementary schools, meet educational professionals, plan educational activities, and coordinate teacher appreciation events.
Tabletop Gaming Club 
Sponsored by Shannon Lemere (Wed, rm 106)
Are you interested in roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons? Join this club to play board games, card games, and role-playing games! (D&D, Magic the Gathering, and more!)

Garden Club
Sponsored by Hannah Moore
Garden Club educates students on how to identify and care for different species of plants. Our proposed project is landscaping the courtyard. We hope to plant and maintain a variety of plants, flowers, and trees, as well as educate others about the various types of plant life and ecosystems with educational placards. Members need to be dedicated and hard-working. 
Interact Rotary Club
Sponsored by 
Interact is associated with Rotary International and cooperates with Rotary Clubs in Anderson. Members must maintain a B average and complete one service activity each semester.  
Key Club
Sponsored by Helen Bailey, David Pressley & Beech Lockwood
This community service organization is associated with Kiwanis Clubs International. Members raise money for philanthropic causes and collect toys and food for families in need. They also coordinate our school recycling program and complete service hours each year.
Medical Ethics Discussion (MED club)
Sponsored by Corey Brigman
Medical Ethics Discussion Club: Students will get together monthly to have academic and engaging discussions about the ethical decisions that medical professionals often face.  These student-led meetings provide a forum for students to express their views and at the same time prepare members for the ethical challenges they will face in practicing in the medical field. 
Mock Trial Team
Sponsored by Haskell Ezell
Members will serve as attorneys and witnesses in the trial of a fictitious case. The team will compete against students from other schools in the regional competition in February and have the opportunity to advance to the state championship in March. 
Mu Alpha Theta
Sponsored by Lanelle Wynn
Mu Alpha Theta promotes scholarship in mathematics, establishing math as an integral part of high school and junior college education. Members are juniors and seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA in math (4.0 scale). Members complete 10 hours of tutoring and attend the annual induction ceremony. 
National Art Honor Society
Sponsored by Johnny Nutt & Stephanie Raspet
NAHS is a nationwide program for students interested in the visual arts. Members volunteer in the annual NAHS Art Exhibition and collect art supplies for charity.
National Honor Society
Sponsored by 
Members exhibit qualities of leadership, scholarship, service, and character. Upperclassmen with a minimum 4.5 GPA and no OSS or full day of ISS the previous school year are eligible to be invited, and invitations are emailed in September. Members must complete service hours. 

Pageant Production Crew
Sponsored by Michelle Fuller
Pageant crew is for any student interested in planning and assisting with choreography and decorations for the Miss and Mr. TLH Pageants.  
Rock Climbing Club
Sponsored by Haskell Ezell and Tanner Hayes
The Rock Climbing Club is a recreational club. Members will learn about rock climbing as a sport and hobby and participate in climbing indoors at a local climbing gym. 
Random Acts of Kindness Club
Sponsored by LaJuana Jones, Stephanie McCauley, Marsha Staples, Haley Stollar
The club is open to all students who want to create a positive school climate through small gestures of gratitude, support, and love.
Student Council
Sponsored by Amanda Pinson
StuCo is a leadership organization, representing and supporting students and preserving the traditions and legends of T.L. Hanna. Students campaign for office at the end of each year to serve the following year. Freshmen run for office at the beginning of the school year.
Twirler Club
Sponsored by Kacie Taylor and Alice Yatsenyuk
This club is open for students with baton twirling experience. Members will be coached at Carolina Superstars and perform at various school events. 
YCI (Youth Commission International)
Sponsored by Chase Culbertson, Andrew Hammett, Austin Garrett
YCI is a student-led gathering to pray and study God's Word with the goal of shining the light of Jesus and showing authentic love to every student. For more information, go to www.yciclubs.com.