4-H joins the home, the school, and the church to develop young men and women into useful citizens. The club provides opportunities for youth from all backgrounds and interest to become a member and learn and grow through hands-one experiences, thus members "learn by doing." Meetings are conducted during school once each month. 4-H is open to students in grades 9-12 who are willing to work on a 4-H project during the year. Students have many opportunities to participate in community service and fine tune their leadership skills. Special events include competitions such as Achievement Day and 4-H University. Dues are $10.