• develop a personal leadership style
  • have fun through shared group experiences
  • understand themselves and their relationships with others
  • join a wider circle of friends
  • prepare for community living as a responsible citizen
  • experience the satisfaction of helping others
  • learn employability skills
  • identify concerns, make decisions, and carry out activities
  • improve home and family ties
  • explore the changing roles of men and women
  • gain recognition for accomplishments
  • work cooperatively with teachers in an informal atmosphere


  • motivate and improve students' attitudes toward school and learning
  • gain community support for program
  • integrate life skills into Family and Consumer Science classes, making school and life relevant to one another
  • support school activities
  • carry out the schools' purpose of preparing employable citizens

You are a unique person! Each person needs different opportunities to help them to discover their potential.

A variety of programs or projects are available though FCCLA:

  • Career Connection
  • Community Service
  • FACTS - (Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety)
  • Families First
  • Financial Fitness
  • Honor Roll
  • Japanese Exchange Program
  • National Fall Conference
  • National Leadership Conference
  • Power of One
  • Scholarships
  • Stand UP
  • STAR Events - (Students Taking Action for Recognition)
  • Step One
  • Student Body