Georgia FCCLA Membership

Georgia FCCLA is one of the leading state associations in the nation! The Georgia Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life—planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication—all necessary within the home and workplace. FCCLA is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only Career and Technical in-school Student Organization with family as its central focus.

  • FCCLA is integrated into Family and Consumer Sciences education exposing students to work-based learning as well as business and industry experiences.
  • FCCLA engages students in industry awareness and through Competitive Events and scholarship opportunities.
  • FCCLA provides real world skills: productivity and accountability, flexibility and adaptability, initiative and self-direction, leadership and responsibility.

Why Should You Join?

  • Travel across the United States to attend national conferences and forge friendships with other youth leaders.
  • Participate in Competitive Events—from Fashion Design, Early Childhood Education, Culinary Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Nutrition, there is one to interest you.
  • Develop real world skills that prepare you to be college- and career-ready.
  • Explore various Career Pathways within Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Apply for one of our many scholarships available to FCCLA members.
  • Develop leadership skills.
  • Membership Handbook

Georgia FCCLA Membership Totals

  • 2019-2020: 29,574 members in 291 chapters (as of March 26, 2020)
  • 2018-2019: 26,741 members in 291 chapters
  • 2017-2018: 21,132 members in 290 chapters
  • 2016-2017: 22,463 members in 298 chapters
  • 2015-2016: 18,004 members in 286 chapters
  • 2014-2015: 16,316 members in 275 chapters

2019-2020 Georgia FCCLA Membership Campaign

The 2019-2020 Georgia FCCLA Membership Campaign is ROCK the Red! Members can achieve recognition if they recruit at least three new FCCLA members.

ROCK the Red Recipients

  • Alcovy High School
    • Saree D.
    • Tristian H.
    • Alliston A.
    • Sheylin P.
    • John L.
    • LeKimine M.
    • Tenciere F.
    • Gianna P.
    • Sarah H.
    • Cyan B.
    • Lynel J.
    • Ayanna L.
    • Courtney H.
    • Starr M.
    • Cameron W.
    • Ember L.
    • Ta'ariyn W.


  • Archer High School
    • Joshua G.
    • Rachel D.


  • Bacon County High School
    • Amber D.
    • Zeferina Q.
    • Selina H.
    • Jasmine J.


  • Ben Hill Middle School
    • Emily V.
    • Darrian N.
    • Shaylyn W.


  • Carroll County College and Career Academy - North Campus
    • McKenna M.
    • Kelli F.
    • Alli S.
    • Rylee M.


  • Charlton County High School
    • Darian D.
    • Kaylie N.
    • Sadie B.
    • Laura D.
    • Deztane' D.
    • Milton R.
    • Tahji H.


  • Fannin County High School
    • Bailey P.


  • First Academy
    • Harleigh H.
    • Julia W.


  • Flowery Branch High School
    • Diana A.
    • Kelly V.


  • Houston County High School
    • Asia L.
    • Brynley J.
    • Emma O.
    • Madeline H


  • Liberty Middle School
    • Shamiya D.
    • Mylasia C.
    • Mariah C.
    • Cerenity C.
    • Addison A.
    • Emily A.


  • Mountain View High School
    • Emily E.


  • North Oconee High School
    • Zubaida A.


  • Pelham High School
    • Bella B.
    • Katelyn H.
    • Gabriana H.
    • Abby J.
    • Landon H.
    • Gabriella D.
    • Emily J.
    • Cheyenne S.
    • Aleah D.
    • Ragan R.
    • Kerstan M.
    • Haylee T.
    • Austin H.
    • Madison N.


  • Perry Career Academy
    • Isaiah L.
    • Xavier P.


  • Rutland High School
    • Sabrina R.
    • Shelbie G.


  • Statesboro High School
    • Alexia R.


  • Toombs County High School
    • Desirae C.
    • Chelsea C.
    • Trevor S.
    • Shianne H.


Membership Campaign Resources

For more information on the National FCCLA membership campaign, Go for the Red, click here.

Georgia FCCLA Member of the Month

Georgia FCCLA wants to recognize one outstanding chapter member each month who has gone above and beyond for their chapter and our state association. If you have a dynamic FCCLA member at your school, please nominate them HERE.

Members of the Month:

  • March 2020: Alisia D., Perry Career Academy
  • February 2020: Destiny C.,Lee County High School
  • January 2020: Brianna B., Twiggs County High School
  • December 2019: Amber D., Bacon County High School

Additional Membership Resources