Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The purpose of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes is "to present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the Church."

Student Council

The student council serves as a liaison between the student body and the school Board.  At the beginning of each school year, one boy and one girl from grades 7-12 are selected to serve on the council.  Grades 11 and 12 have 2 boys and 2 girls.

Beta Club

The membership of this club is composed of those students from the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades who have a GPA of at least 3.2.  The Beta Club provides service projects for the school and the community.

Junior Beta Club

This club is composed of students in grades 7-9 and has basically the same entrance requirements as the high school Beta Club.  This club performs services projects for the school and community throughout the year.

Interact Club

This is a service club and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Amite. The club has 36 members who are first approved by the school and then voted upon by the club members.  They submit an application for membership if they are interested in being a member of Interact.  Thirty-six is the maximum number of members.  The club has service projects for the school and the community.  Interact has several moneymaking projects each year.  This money is used to send members to District Interact Convention.

Jackette Dance Teams

The Varsity Jackettes are for girls grades 10-12.  The Junior Varsity Jackettes are for girls’ grades 7-9.  These groups provide halftime entertainment at all Oak Forest football games.  They also may perform at basketball games, pep rallies, and local parades. The Junior Jackettes are for girls in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade.  These girls perform at all home Junior Varsity football games, some pep rallies, and the Tangipahoa Parish Fair Parade.

Cheerleaders

The Varsity Cheerleaders are for girls grades 10-12. The Junior varsity Cheerleaders are for girls grades 7-9.  These girls cheer at all sports events, plan pep rallies, and may participate in local parades.  The cheerleaders attend summer camp each year where they learn new stunts, cheers, and pep rally skits.

Yearbook

The "Golden Oak", the present Oak Forest Academy Yearbook, was first published during the 1971-72 school year.  The yearbook staff is made up of the students in the Publications I class.  They sell ads to help defray the cost of publication.  These students spend many hours assembling all of the data about school activities to preserve school memories. The yearbook is distributed at the beginning of each new school year to the students who purchased a yearbook ticket in the spring semester.