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Promote Extra-Curricular Activities – Philips High School

Elementary Beta Club

Junior Beta Club – Candace Vaughn – Altama Elementary School 

 The Elementary Beta Club promotes the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among    elementary students. The Junior Beta Club recognizes and honors high academic achievement, preparing young people for life  and empowering them to be successful. The Elementary Division of The National Beta Club is for students in grades 4 through 5.

Club Sponsor: Jeanne S. Jones


Women of Worth,h_203,al_c,q_80,usm_0.66_1.00_0.01/3dee09_bc2ce99483ee7201c3ae6ce21e7860a1.jpgYoung girls will become strategic global thinkers with capabilities to compete on an international level becoming civic responsible citizens through volunteerism; while displaying personal excellence daily.  W.O.W. will ignite young girls to become strategic global thinkers through entrepreneurial, leadership, and effective communication training modules. W.O.W. will incorporate hands-on modules through team building activities, technology training, and a researched based rigorous curriculum. W.O.W. will foster the young girls’ self-confidence and propel them to exceed the standard of success.

Club Sponsor: Janel Goolsby


The Pearls and Gents Club introduces elementary girls and boys to opportunities for leadership, mentoring, and community involvement by learning about different personal and social skills, including group dynamics, etiquette, and career exploration through lessons, guest speakers, and hands-on activities.  


Club Sponsors: Shonna Frazier and Sandy Strong


Helen Ruffin Reading Club

Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl (@GAHRRB) / XThe Reading Club is a group of Kindergarten-5th grade students who love to read. Students will meet after school to discuss the stories and participate in a variety of activities and friendly competition using team buzzers that will help students become experts on the common books they read. From this club, students will compete to earn a spot on the Reading Bowl Competition Team of at least 10 students.


 Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl

The Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl is open to students grades Kindergarten-5th. There will be a Helen Ruffin Picture book/ Reading Bowl between the Clayton County schools.  The winners of the Clayton County Reading Bowl will compete in the regional competition.  The state competition will be held between regional winners.

Club Sponsor: Jeanne S. Jones