Every year, each Ticktocker class has a variety of unique focuses designed to foster leadership development through chapter functions and community service.
- Beginning in 7th grade, the Tictockers explore friendship and etiquette by learning about event planning and social networking etiquette. Their service focus is on hunger in our community.
- In 8th grade, they learn about high school preparedness, work on confidence through positive self-image training and learn basic life skills, including simple cooking. This class focuses their service on the needs of senior citizens.
- As 9th graders, the girls practice time management tools and learn basic skills in first aid/CPR as well as fitness, nutrition, and stress management. Their service focuses on military support.
- The 10th grade Ticktockers learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, prepare for future employment by practing interviewing skills, and learn about personal safety/rape prevention. This class focuses their service efforts on youth services in our community.
- In 11th grade, the Ticktockers focus on college preparedness with information on college applications, scholarships, and career choices. In addition, they receive independent living training on car maintenance, female health, and money management. They focus on service projects to assist individuals with special needs.
- Lastly, the senior class trains further on independent living skills that will help them in college and future jobs.
- In addition, to this developmental activities, each Ticktocker class contains Board Officers and Committee Members that teaches them to run their own meetings.