Beginning in upper elementary grades, Tattnall students can choose from a wide variety of clubs and organizations. Clubs are an ideal way for our students to gain invaluable, real world experience, meet new friends, and enhance their repertoire.
The TSA Elementary Student Council aims to present a positive image of the school to fellow students and the community at large. They work as a liaison to encourage good communication between administration and the student body. The officers, elected by their peers, organize fundraisers and supplies drives to benefit TSA and the Middle Georgia community.
Membership for TSA’s Senior Beta Club is open to upper school students who achieve and maintain an overall A GPA and have been approved by faculty and administration. Good candidates stand out in the classroom and demonstrate a strong work ethic and determination to succeed.
Students have the opportunity to participate in 5th and 6th grade band, symphonic band, and the Tattnall Band of Gold (marching band.) Under the direction of Mr. Miles Benson, the band program has flourished and boasts successful seasons in all areas. Visit tattnallband.org for performance photos, competition dates, and show information.
Choral students, led by Mrs. Sarah Banter, blend creativity with instruction in vocal and performance talents. Students are able to enjoy and appreciate music through learning a larger repertoire of songs, mainly focusing on American folk songs.
One Act allows students with an interest in theater to develop their talents in a positive and creative way. The cast and crew put on several productions throughout the year while also competing in the Fall. One Act is led by Mr. Otto Reitnauer and Ms. Sarah Hammerlee.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is the largest Christian sports organization in America. The organization focuses on serving our local community by equipping, empowering, and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
French club provides an opportunity for Mrs. Farmer’s students to enrich their knowledge of the French language, culture, and customs. The group celebrates french inspired holidays and raises money for various causes in and around the Tattnall community.
Key Club, an international student-led organization, provides its members with opportunities to build character and develop leadership skills. As the largest high school service program in the world, Key Club works to foster competent, capable, and caring members of society through the vehicle of service.
Led by Mrs. Carolyn Smothers, the Tattnall math teams (varsity, JV, and middle school) have maintained a championship dynasty for the past several years. Math team members benefit from a Problem Solving course, taught by Mrs. Smothers, and extensive training throughout the season. Teams travel to local and regional meets where they earn an average of 19 first place team and individual trophies annually.
The Ecology Action Club offers students a chance to gain a better understanding of science in their community. This organization meets monthly to discuss projects and to participate in both social and community service events. Each year, ecology action club members volunteer at the Ocmulgee River Clean-up, volunteer at local schools to celebrate Earth Day, and enjoy a day of canoeing and kayaking down the Ocmulgee River in May.
The Robotics Club provides students the opportunity to learn more about the construction, wiring, and programming of robotics. Members must show an interest in exploring the world of creative construction. The students participate in class robotic competitions and other challenges.
Middle and upper school student council officers are elected by their peers each year. The students serve the Tattnall and Middle Georgia community while gaining valuable experience as they learn to be effective leaders. The organization holds several fundraisers throughout the year and are responsible for several campus traditions including Kids Yule Love, Jay’s Hope, and Homecoming spirit days.
Y-Club serves to foster Christian character values such as industriousness, humility, and charity. Through various projects and events, students are encouraged to develop a high sense of morality and civic leadership. The club also encourages young citizens to become active participants in their school, local, national and international community.
The Horizons Staff is charged with the important job of producing the Tattnall Square Academy yearbook. These hardworking students dedicate countless hours to create a visually appealing, accurate and permanent record of each school year. The staff takes on creation and selling of ad space, photographing student life, and writing copy.
The mission of this organization is to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. They accomplish their mission by praying for young people, building personal relationships, winning the right to be heard and helping young people develop the skills, assets and attitudes to reach their full God-given potential.