Fellowship of Christian Athletes:
The FCA is an open club accepting anyone whom is interested in membership. There is no membership fee to be a local member. Local members are given the opportunity to be a National FCA member. Weekly devotion and meetings are sponsored by students or invited speakers. This organization promotes Christianity, community service, leadership and friendship.
Student Government Association:
this organization promotes school improvement of every kind. It helps to coordinate certain activities and needs among students, teachers, and school officials. It is governed by its own constitution and handles school-wide elections and homecoming.
The purpose of the Beta Club is to reward merit, encourage effort, and promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership. Student members are selected o the basis of good character, creditable achievement, and commendable attitude.
The cheerleaders are to promote friendship, good will, enthusiasm and they show our athletes that they are appreciated. Their chief duty is to lead the student body in organized cheering. Their selection is based on judging by their peer, their teachers and a group of college cheerleaders.
The yearbook of Sumter Academy preserves the memories of school life in pictures and text. The staff consists of the editor, co-editor, business manager, assistant business manager and typists.
S. A. Club:
The athletic letter earners of the school are eligible for this club. The purpose is to promote a deeper understanding of athletics in general and to foster inter-relationship among athletes of all sports.
The Math Team is made up of Seniors enrolled in Pre-Calculus. They compete in math contest held throughout Alabama.
Scholars’ Bowl Team:
The Scholars’ Bowl Team is an organization that competes in various subject areas including Math, Science, Literature, History, Politics, Art, Music and Entertainment. They compete in the County, District, Regional and State Levels. They also participate in various academic tournaments throughout the school year.