What is Key Club?
Key Club is an international student-led, high school organization equivalent to the adult version of Kiwanis. Key Club provides its members with opportunites to provide service, build character, and develop leadership skills. There are different levels of Key Club. In elementary school it is called k-kids. In middle school it is called builders club. In high school it is called Key Club. In college it is called CKI or Circle K International. The adult version is called Kiwanis. So you could potentially be part of this organization for your entire life. :)
Our Motto and Core Values
Key Club’s motto is Caring-Our way of life. Our members make the world a better place through service. In doing so, they grow as individuals and as leaders by answering the call to lead, summoning the courage to engage, and developing the heart to serve.
Key Club's four core values are Caring, Leadership, Charcter Building, and Inclusivness.
Why should I join Key Club?
How do I join Key Club?
Please fill out the membership application, that can be found on the top of this page under the Key Club Membership Application link, submit the $15.00 required dues to Ms. Brown in room 356, and join the Google Classroom page using the code: 7nvaphs. Dues go towards our district and international fees that every member must pay annuallly. We meet every other Wednesday in room 356 from 1:45 pm to 2:15 pm.
Our meeting dates for the 17-18 school year are:
8-23-17-Member only meeting
8-30-17-1st offical meeting
9-13-17-Cancelled becuase of the hurricane
11-29-17-New Member Induction
01-24-18-New Officer Election
04-05-18 to 04-08-18-DCON
04-11-18- New Officer inducation and they start
05-23-18-Last Meeting/Last Party
Our Service Projects
President: Hailey Perkins
Vice President: Amy Ramirez
Secretary: Hannah Perkins
Treasurer: Donovan Kirwan
Editor/Webmaster: Lexis Stojinski
Senior Class Director: Tania Zarate
Junior Class Director: Christine Indyk
Sophomore Class Director:
Freshman Class Director: Megan Tsavolakis
Awards and Scholarships
If you want to be eligible for the distinguished club member award you must have a minimum of 75 Key Club community service hours.
Club Officer awards can be found on the Florida DCON page.
Scholarships can be found on the Florida DCON page.
Bright Futures Scholarship: Members are required to fill out a packet if they want their community service hours to count towards the bright futures scholarship. They can obtain one in the front office. If the hours were completed for Key Club, Ms. Brown will sign as the site superviosor. However, you are required to do the paperwork yourself. You are responsible for reporting key club community service hours to the vice president and keeping a record of hours for your own records. If you fail to do this, the hours will not count.