4-H Youth Development
The Georgia 4-H program is part of the educational outreach of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. 4-H is the largest youth organization in the world.
Pierce County 4-H is dedicated to providing youth development opportunities to students. 4-H offers a wide range of programs that allow youth to participate in activities in addition to their current school extra-curricular activities.
4-H teaches life skills such as public speaking, communication and leadership. Although proud of its beginnings as corn and tomato clubs, 4-H has evolved over the years to teach about agriculture, computers, recycling, photography, livestock, teamwork and many other topics relative to Pierce County's youth.
Who's eligible to join 4-H?
Pierce County 4-H has a program for youth in 5th through 12th grade.
How much does it cost to join 4-H?
There are no dues to participate in 4-H. However, special project clubs (BB Team, Air Rifle Team, etc.) and activities may have a small charge. 4-H'ers may pick and choose what activities they participate in.
Contact our office for more information or click the button below to join now.
We lead monthly club meetings in each 5th and 6th grade classrooms at Blackshear Elementary, Patterson Elementary, Midway Elementary and Pierce County Middle Schools. We also lead a monthly club meeting at the 4-H Office for our Junior & Senior students. For more information, please contact our 4-H staff.
In addition to the school programs, we offer after school and weekend 4-H opportunities. From after school classes to leadership conferences at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, we provide a diverse extracurricular program that has something for all students in Pierce County. We hope you will join today!
Connect with us on Facebook to keep up with activities, events and reminders! Click on the Facebook logo above to visit our page!
To receive Remind messages for Cloverleaf 4-H'ers (5th-6th grades), text @pierce4h to 81010.
To received Remind messages for Junior/Senior 4-H'ers (7th - 12th grades), text @pcjrsr4h to 81010.