We are pleased to offer three distinctly rewarding inter-curricular organizations for students who study in the relevant curricular areas. You may also view our co-curricular clubs and organizations and our inter-scholastic athletics offerings.


The Coe-Brown Academy chapter of the FBLA is designed to complement any business course by applying what has been learned to state competitions in various business skills. The Chapter is open to any student who has completed a full year in a business course with a “C” average or better. The Chapter offers a variety of activities in different categories to meet state requirements. Also included are two conferences: the Fall and Spring Leadership Conference. It is guaranteed to be fun and rewarding.


(Formerly known as FHA) The Coe-Brown Northwood Academy chapter was established in 1947. FCCLA combines peer education, individual achievement, and community projects to promote character development, creative and critical thinking, inter-personal communication, practical knowledge and the skills needed to enhance one’s life. Membership is required of current students and any student who has been enrolled in at least one Family & Consumer Studies course is invited to belong.


HOSA: Future Health Professionals- Formerly known as Health Occupations Students of America, is an international organization first convened in 1976. The Coe-Brown Northwood Academy chapter was established in 2018.  HOSA members have the similar interest of pursuing future careers in health professions.  The organization strives to help students become knowledgeable, effective and compassionate professionals and leaders in their chosen field of healthcare. Throughout the school year, HOSA members will engage in volunteer service projects, health-related seminars, leadership opportunities and state/national-level academic competitions.


(Formerly known as the Future Farmers of America) The FFA is an organization for those students interested in a career in the industry of agriculture and related technologies. Members conduct and are engaged in activities to increase not only their knowledge of agriculture, but also to increase their abilities in leadership, citizenship, and cooperation. The largest and most active of the student organizations, the Coe-Brown Academy chapter of the FFA has consistently won distinction at regional, state, and national levels. A wide variety of activities keep members busy throughout the school year. Some major projects include greenhouse production, citrus sale, spring and fall interscholastics and FFA State Convention. Members must be concurrently enrolled in an Agricultural Education course.