Interpersonal Studies examines how the relationships between individuals and family members affect the quality of life. Students will gain skills in family studies, communication, and human development in order to enhance personal development, foster positive relationships, and to raise awareness of current social issues.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America – FCCLA
The students participate in projects and activities dealing with a variety of youth concerns, including relationships, substance abuse, peer pressure, and self esteem. Community service based projects are encouraged and profits from fund raisers are used to benefit a community organization.
Competition events are available to those members who are interested. Our students have a long standing tradition of advancing to the National Competition held in various cities across the United States.
FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life. These skills include planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and communication. A student must be taking or have taken a Family & Consumer Sciences course. They can be active members even if they are not currently enrolled in a course.
Psychologist – clinical and counseling
Marriage, Child & Family Counselors
Human Services Workers
Social Services Workers
Adult Day Care Workers
Social & Human Services Assistants
Community Service Workers