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Activities and Clubs

  • The “All of Us” club is a fun club for differently-abled students to interact and celebrate their similarities and differences.


  • The Art Guild creates, curates, and competes in the art world. We host paint nights, activities, art shows, and an annual field trip to an art museum (or two).

     For more information please contact Rosemary Ziegler.

  • If you are interested in finding out more information about the chess club please contact the activities office at

  • Students in the Troy Buchanan Vocal Music Program are active throughout the school year performing free community concerts and competing in District, State, and National competitions. They perform a wide range of music, from Pop to Classical, both A Cappella and with full instrumental accompaniment.

    To learn more, click here to visit their website.

  • Conservation Club promotes recycling and other conservation practices at schools in Lincoln County.

    For more information, contact Madison Fletcher at

  • DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

    Follow us on Twitter @TbhsDECA

    Follow us on Instagram @tbhsdeca

    for more information, contact Katie Costa at

  • Digital News Production is a class/organization of student journalists who cover the news around TBHS for both their own publications and the Lincoln County Journal. 

    Contact Sarah Geeling for more information. 

  • All students who love performing, designing, creating, or just watching live theatre are invited to join. You do NOT need to be in a theatre class! We assist with the fall musical and spring play, have monthly activities, improvisation days, attend the yearly state conference, and have a formal induction ceremony into the International Thespian Society for those who earn it.

    For more information please contact

    Tammy Kozinski at or Allison Meinert at

  • Students in Educators Rising, a professional club, work toward their life skills as future educators through discussions, competitions, and observations.

    For more information, please contact, Meredith Adam at

  • FCCLA is a student-centered organization focusing on leadership, personal growth, strengthening the family and serving the community. The local organization focuses on how to give back to our community through several community service projects chosen yearly by the members. TBHS FCCLA is actively represented on state and regional executive councils. Students can participate in competitive events (STAR Events-Students Taking Action with Recognition), and we have had several represent TBHS at nationals. Competitive events cover various topics, including career preparation and community service projects. FCCLA provides a unique leadership experience for all students.

    For more information please contact  

    TBHS – Andrea Tarro at 

    NGC – Amy Wideman at

  • FBLA prepares students to become community-minded business leaders through career preparation and leadership experiences. Members participate in community service projects, raise money for organizations, and compete in district, state, and national competitions.

    For More Information, please contact 

    Savana Dempsey at



  • While FCA includes the word athlete, we don’t focus on that too much; we are more interested in the fellowship and the Christian part. This is who we are: a group interested in learning about Jesus through the Bible. We hang out at least once a week in a row. We have donuts, and students lead us in the study through devotions.

    For more information, please get in touch with Brent Dildine at

  • We meet once a month to play French games, watch French movies, and eat French food!

    For more information, please contact Katie Pletcher at

  • FFA is the extracurricular leadership component of agricultural education classes. It provides many opportunities to grow as a leader while learning about the agriculture industry and serving our community. To be an FFA member, you must currently enroll in an agricultural education course. We strive to demonstrate.

    "LIKE" Troy FFA News and Notes on Facebook

    "FOLLOW US" on Twitter @troyffa 

    For more information, contact Rob Calvin or Matt McCory

  • Students in GameDay Productions will film and produce video of various school activities to be displayed on our stadium video board during games and events.

    For more information, contact the activities office here

  • GSA provides a safe and accepting place for students regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, or ability. We also focus on educating individuals on LGBTQ+ topics.

     For more information, contact Rosemary Ziegler

  • Mathletes travel around to nearby schools and universities to compete in math competitions.

    Contact the activities office for more information 

  • NHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. You must be invited to this club, typically in January or February, during your career at TBHS. Please see the student handbook for more details on how to apply.

    Please contact Katie Plechter at or Meredith Adam at

  • Quiz bowl is a MHSAA activity in which two teams from different schools compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more.

  • The Troy Buchanan Show Choir program performs throughout the year for the Troy Community, as well as competing on the State and National levels. Show choir students perform with a full pit band and work with nationally recognized choreographers and clinicians regularly, performing varied styles and genres with full costuming and set design.

    Click here to visit our troy music website.

  • The Speech and Debate team helps students find their voice about issues that are important to them. Members travel to schools throughout the St. Louis to compete in various public speaking, debate, and performance events. This club gives students the confidence to speak about current events, issues, and essential topics.

    For more information, please contact Robert Sanderson at

  • Student Council's purpose is to foster positive student leaders who will promote a quality school and community environment. We believe it is important for a student council to promote a positive learning environment and build a school culture where students are comfortable.

    For more information, contact the activities office at TBHS.

  • The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national, non-profit organization of middle and high school students who are engaged in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Since TSA was chartered in 1978, almost 4,000,000 student members have participated in competitions, extracurricular activities, leadership opportunities, community service, and more. 

    For more information, please contact Kayla O’Hara at

  • Students in the Troy band program are active throughout the school year, performing and competing in district and state music festivals, as well as in solo and chamber music activities. Band members also have the opportunity to be in the Pep Band. The Pep Band provides pep and entertainment for home basketball games.

    Click here for more information about the Trojan Pride Band.

  • The VEX Robotics Competition, presented by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, is the largest and fastest-growing middle school and high school robotics program globally, with more than 20,000 teams from 50 countries playing in over 1,700 competitions worldwide. Each year, an exciting engineering challenge is presented as a game. With guidance from their teachers and mentors, students build innovative robots and compete year-round. In addition to learning valuable engineering skills, students gain life skills such as teamwork, perseverance, communication, collaboration, project management, and critical thinking. The VEX Robotics Competition prepares students to become future innovators, with 95% of participants reporting an increased interest in STEM subject areas and pursuing STEM-related careers.

    For more information, contact the activities office.

  • Yearbook is a class/organization of student journalists who create the TBHS yearbook each year.

    For more information, please get in touch with Mark Means at