Future Farmers of America (FFA) makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Unity’s Game Club meets every other Wednesday after school. The group meets in the cafeteria and plays strategy games such as: Risk, Settlers of Catan, Empire Builder, Blokus, Diplomacy, etc. The group is open to any Unity student.
Quiz bowl is a team activity for students in grades 9-12. Practices occur during lunch throughout the winter season and competitions are on Saturdays at local schools. The quiz bowl teams compete against other schools as they answer questions covering a wide list of topics such as math, history, geography, trivia, entertainment, etc.
In February, our students are also involved in TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Math and Science) competition. Students in grades 9-12, work in teams of eight students. Teams work in an open book, open note, open discussion format during this one-day, two-part competition. It requires students to think critically. TEAMS competition problems offer students the opportunity to see how engineering touches almost every aspect of our lives. Past questions, for example, have dealt with such real-world engineering issues as air transportation, bridge design and rehabilitation, flood analysis, solar-powered vehicles, and food preservation.
Student Council provides students with the opportunity to build Godly character through exercises in responsibility, teamwork, administration, organization and faithfulness. This group consists of students who serve on the Council in order to accomplish the following objectives:
Improve communication between faculty and students
Manage student ideas and concerns
Create and implement student-led activities throughout the year
Strengthen and improve existing programs
Provide suggestions regarding school rules and policies
The Cast is a drama group of 9-12th graders that are involved in many different areas of drama. Whether its working with grade school children, performing for chapels, being a part of a worship service or working with improvisations and One Acts, The Cast stays busy creating and imagining from August until November.
Director: Ruth Clark
Unity students produce a yearbook for each school year. The staff, led by a faculty sponsor and a publishing company representative, solicits advertising, writes copy, takes pictures, and designs pages to create an annual yearbook. Students can participate in a variety of ways throughout the school year, including registering for a class period dedicated to yearbook production.