With 16 high school student clubs to choose from, students can expand their interests and learn from other students.
- Art Club
- C Club
- Corinth Ambassadors
- Drama Club
- Environmental Club
- Family and Consumer Science (FACS) Club
- Future Business Leaders of America
- Foreign Language
- Historical Society
- Interact Club
- Key Club
- Mu Alpha Theta
- National Honor Society
- Robotics Club
- Pep Club
- Science Club
- Student Council and Student Government Association
Students in the Art Club help support artistic efforts at the high school. Because students must have taken art or be currently enrolled in an art class, there is overlap between the club and art classes. Most recently, the art club helped decorate pumpkins for the school district's display at the Trail of Treats.
Sponsor: Mrs. Jennifer LeGoff
C Club is composed of athletes who have lettered in a CHS recognized sport. Members are required to do at least 3 service projects each year to be eligible for membership the next year.
Sponsor: Mrs. Suzy Marlar
The Corinth Ambassadors is a student organization that allows selected students the opportunity to represent the school district at various events both during the normal school day and at selected outside school events. Students can earn community service hours for participation. Students are expected to be in good academic standing, maintain a good behavior record, demonstrate consistent attendance at school, and receive the recommendation of three teachers for consideration.
Sponsor: Dr. John Barnett
In drama club, students assist with all productions the high school theatre has to offer. In addition to the plays and musicals that will be put on throughout each semester, the club provides diverse performance opportunities for students who may not be ready to be on stage, but want to dip their toes into the theatre world. Students must have taken drama, participated in a CHS production or be currently enrolled in a theatre class.
Sponsor: Mrs. Journey Bennett
Environmental Club is focused upon giving back to our community and school through service projects dedicated to cleaning up our local facilities. Each spring the Environmental Club partners with Keep Corinth Beautiful for a Campus Clean Up Day at CHS. Students pick up debris around campus, rake and trim flower beds, and work together to promote pride in a safe and welcoming environment for our students and guests at CHS.
Sponsor: Mrs. Kelly Hendrix
The Family and Consumer Science Club is a student organization which enhances leadership opportunities, community involvement, friendships, and career exploration. Our club participates in community projects for local nursing homes as well as a fall clothing drive for needy families. We also work closely with Corinth Elementary and Middle Schools on festivals, mentoring, and tutoring. FACS club welcomes any Corinth High student who is currently enrolled or has completed a Family and Consumer Science course – Money Management, Child Development, Family Dynamics or Nutrition and Wellness.
Sponsor: Mrs. Terrissia Knippers
FBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academics, leadership development, and educational programs. In our local club, we participate in some community services projects each year such as The Lighthouse toy store at Christmas and volunteering at the animal shelter. Students must have taken a business class or currently enrolled in the work-based learning program.
Sponsor: Mrs. Debra Ballard
The purpose of the Foreign Language Club is to gather students interested in sharing their language experiences outside of the classroom setting. Members participate in various projects during the year and join in with other clubs for activities. Students are able to attain service hours by volunteering for certain club activities/projects.
Vice President--Robert Valdes
Sponsor: Mr. Carlos Fuentes
Corinth High School Historical Society was established for the purpose of preserving the traditions, building bridges between generations and cultures, studying the past, and striving for a better today and a greater tomorrow. Students in grades 10-12 must have a credit in history and have maintained a 90 or above average in the course they are currently enrolled in.
Sponsor: Mrs. Libby Pritchard
The Interact Club provides community service opportunities to students in grades 10-12. Opportunities include the Rotary Race, the Rotary Christmas Baskets and the Coke Race. Students must have 85 or higher cumulative average and a completed application with two teacher references.
Sponsor: Mrs. Lesley Bain
Key Club is an international service organization for high school students. As a student led organization, the goal of Corinth High School Key Club is to encourage leadership through serving others. Our chapter serves at a number of community events, including the annual Pancake Breakfast, the Kiwanis Club Father Daughter Ball, and most recently students volunteered to help with the build out for Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center’s Grand Illumination.
Sponsor: Mrs. Kerisa Burns
Mu Alpha Theta is the national mathematics honor society for high school students in grades 9-12. To qualify for membership, students must have at least a 3.0 math grade point average and have completed the equivalent of two years of college preparatory mathematics while currently enrolled in a third year of college preparatory math. Corinth students must be approved by Mrs. Walker and have completed IGCSE II.
Sponsor: Mrs. Melanie Walker
Membership in National Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a Corinth School District student. National Honor Society members have met high standards of scholarship, leadership, service and character, while maintaining a minimum cumulative average of 90 for their 4 years of high school. They have also proven themselves to be students of high integrity and good moral character. Membership in NHS is open to 10th, 11th and 12th graders who meet and maintain the high standards of National Honor Society.
Complete information on all possible candidates will be requested in the fall by the advisor and submitted to an appointed faculty council for final consideration and election to membership.
A member may retain his/her membership as long as he/she continues to maintain the requirements used as a basis for election. The faculty council that elects the members also has the responsibility for placing a member on probation or dismissing a member who fails to maintain membership standards.
Students must have completed at least one year at Corinth High School before applying.
Sponsor: Mrs. Susan Bailey
Started in 2018, Warrior Robotics is open to all high school students and any middle school students who complete a 3-week training program. The purpose of the club is to educate students in practical implementation of robotics, to participate in robotics competitions (especially the Mississippi State BEST Robotics Competition), and to create a society of like-minded students who are interested in ALL aspects of engineering and marketing of engineered products.
Sponsor: Mrs. Beverly Henson
The CHS Pep Club is here to support all athletic teams and encourage school spirit! We participate in pep rally games and provide support to the student section and cheerleaders. We are FIRED UP for a great year of supporting our Corinth Warriors.
Sponsor: Mrs. Taylor Moak
The Science Club is made up of students who are interested in science, would like to meet other students with the same interest to pursue science-related activities, and who want to expand their knowledge in the sciences. This year the Science Club will be involved in tutoring after school and helping to maintain the high school campus through work days. Students must be currently enrolled in a science course and must have had an 85 or above average in the last science course taken.
Sponsor: Dr. Craig Strickland
Student Council Officers 2022-2023
President: Pierce Peterson
Vice President: Clark Carmichiel
Secretary: Anna Hudson
Treasurer: Andrew Carpenter
Senior Representatives: Catherine Grisham, Azaria Patterson, Grace Villaflor and Alexandria Williams
Junior Representatives: Dicabyrion Blake, Lainey Briggs, McTyeire Davis and Kalea Grace
Sophomore Representatives: Ruth Albright, Baylee Anna Bain, Jon Worth Garrett and Lucy Smith
Freshmen Representatives: Andrew LeGoff, Grady Mitchell, Tulley Epperson and Jackson Lester
President: Angie Mai
Vice President: Maggie Green
Secretary: Nealy Welch
Treasurer: Macy Ivy
President: Bentley Newton
Vice President: Alexis Price
Secretary: Archer Doran
Treasurer: Triston Marlar
President: Henry Huggins
Vice President: Elsie Wilbanks
Secretary: Judah Edwards
Treasurer: Madeline Brooks
President: Chad Archie
Vice President: Will Matthews
Secretary: Ben Pham
Treasurer: Jessy Mitchell