4-H Enrollment Forms
We are now using an online enrollment form. Please click on the link below to access and complete our virtual enrollment form.
Contact our office at 865-215-2340 to find out if your child’s school has an in-school 4-H club.
County Wide or Home School Clubs
There are 5 clubs in the Knoxville Area that serve homeschooled students or students who attend a school where there is no 4-H clubs currently meeting. To enroll in one of these clubs, contact the leader listed under the club name:
Smoky Mountain 4-H Club
- Where: Fountain City Church – 2801 Holbrook Dr, Knoxville, TN 37918
- When: September 19, 2023, October 17, 2023, November 21, 2023, December 19, 2023, January 16, 2024, February 20, 2024, March 19, 2024, April 16, 2024
- Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
- Sarah Harrison-Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
West Knox 4-H Club
- Where: Eastern Region Office – 1801 Downtown West Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37919
- When: October 18, 2023, November 15, 2023, December 20, 203, January 17, 2024, February 21, 2024, March 20, 2024, April 17, 2024
- Time: 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
- Sarah Harrison-Brown – email@example.com
Masters Monday 4-H Club
- Where: Knoxville Chinese Christian Church, 901 Francis Rd, Knoxville, TN 37909
- When: October 16, 2023, November 13, 2023, January 22, 2024, March 25, 2024, April 22, 2024
- Time: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
- Contact: Olivia Howard – firstname.lastname@example.org
Forever 4-H Club
- Where: Fairview Baptist Church, 7424 Fairview Rd, Corryton, TN 37721
- When: September 22, 2023, October 27, 2023, November 10, 2023, December 8, 2023, January 26, 2024, March 1, 2024, April 12, 2024
- Time: 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
- Contact: Sarah Harrison-Brown – email@example.com
Honor Club/All Star Club (applicants must be in at least the 6th grade on January 1 of the current calendar year)
The 4-H Honor Club is a statewide organization of outstanding junior high and senior 4-H members. Honor Club members are those who have shown exceptional 4-H project work and a willingness to share what they have learned with other 4-H’ers as a junior or teen leader.
You don’t have to have won a lot of awards to be an Honor Club member… just be an active participant in your local 4-H club. You don’t win membership in the Honor Club, you earn it. You’ll score points for Honor Club membership for everything you’ve done as a 4-H member. Participation is the name of the game when it comes to 4-H Honor Club!
Honor Club is only the first step in Tennessee’s recognition program for outstanding 4-H members. Senior members can earn a spot in All Stars through their citizenship and community service work. All Stars is the second step leading to the final step of recognition. Vol State is the highest recognition a Tennessee 4-H member can earn, and it all starts with the Honor Club.