Fowler Public Schools
The National Honor Society is an organization based on four basic ideals: scholarship, leadership, service and character. At Fowler High School, the minimum qualifying grade point average is 3.5 for juniors and seniors. Most NHS members at Fowler High School perform far more than the required 10 hours of community service during the school year.
Business Professionals of America is a national career and technical student organization consisting of 23 state associations and more than 54,000 members. The organization serves students who are currently, or were previously enrolled, in a business education program at a secondary or postsecondary institution. Chapters are located in high schools, career/technical centers, postsecondary technical institutions, junior and community colleges, and colleges and universities.
The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.
Our JV and Varsity Quiz Bowl teams participate each year in the Mid-Michigan Academic League, an interschool competition of the mind. The MMAL is composed of all the CMAC schools (except Saranac). These teams participate in dual meet competition for three months and during that time strive to answer hundreds of questions about many different subjects.
Student Council is a student organization present at many high schools, dedicated to social and organizational activities of the student body. Student Council offers students the opportunity to have a say in how the school is run and help determine what activities will take place.
SADD is a school-based organization dedicated to addressing the issues of underage drinking, impaired driving, drug use, and other destructive decisions. SADD’s mission is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the serious issues young adults are facing today. SADD promotes a message of “No Use” of alcohol or drugs and encourages students not to participate in activities with destructive consequences.
Fowler High School Robotics is an extracurricular activity for students who are interested the science and technology field. Through Robotics, students are able to experience hands-on training in science and technology, and are exposed to the possibilities of a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
The Robotics team is part of the First Robotics of Michigan. They meet for 6 weeks to build a robot that will be capable of proforming required tasks for that season. They compete against 90+ other schools during the month of March.
What students have to say about Robotics:
“This program taught me how to work as a team, how to present in public, the intricate details of electronics, organization skills, and so much more!”
“Speed is very important, don’t use timing for auton unless you have to. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.”
“I have learned a lot of lessons through FRC. I have learned leadership skills, how to work as a team, and have acquired many new talents and skills through it as well. The advice I would give a rookie team is to keep trying and to be innovative and creative. I would say that even the craziest ideas can work if you put enough work into it.”
“I learned a lot of things about myself, mainly new interests, such as enjoying scouting and designing t-shirts. I also learned a bit about electricity and wiring, so that was pretty cool. The main advice I would give a rookie team is don’t be afraid to ask for help. People in FRC are extremely nice and very willing to help anyone in need.”