Student clubs and performing groups such as choir and athletic teams may establish codes of conduct and consequences for violation of those codes for misbehavior that are stricter than those for students in general. If a violation of school rules occurs, the consequences specified by the school will apply in addition to any consequences specified by the organization’s code.
Follett ISD offers students the following clubs and organizations:
Panther Yearbook Staff
Pep Club/ Cheerleaders
Fellowship of Christian Athletes focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
The Future Farmers of America is open to any student regardless of sex, race, or creed, who is regularly enrolled in the agricultural science classes at Follett High School. A member may remain active until 21 years of age. The Follett Chapter of the FFA is a member of the national organization; therefore, members will be required to pay district, area, and state dues as they are set each year. Members are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities including stock shows, judging competition and speaking events.
The object of the Follett H.S. National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and encourage the development of character in all students of Follett High School. Membership in the NHS is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors who have the specified grade point average and who are judged by a faculty committee as outstanding in the following fields: Leadership, Service and Character.
One mission of the UIL One-Act Play Contest is to promote a spirit of cooperation among all involved directors, students, administrators, parents and audience members to promote growth in the realm of educational theatre
The Follett High School PANTHER staff is composed of members of each year’s junior and senior class. The editors are chosen by the yearbook sponsor. Subscriptions to the “PANTHER“ are sold during a pre-sale campaign during the fall of the school year. Work is completed on the yearbook in June for August delivery.
The Follett High School Pep Club is an organization open to all students, grades 9-12. Dues for the group are set at the beginning of the year at which time officers are elected. Cheerleaders are selected by trials in the spring of each year and are required to attend camp for one week in the summer. The purpose of the pep club is to promote spirit at athletic functions.
The principle goals of this organization are to instruct students in participative government, leadership, and citizenship.
Andy Copley and Michael Howard
Angie Slater - Pep Club
JR Slater - Pep Club
Nichol Frazier -JH Cheerleaders
Ashley Meeks - HS Cheerleaders