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Book Brawl

Book Brawl is a competition testing how well students can remember details from books.  Regular meetings are held to discuss the books students are reading and to do a variety of activities to help students prepare for the competitions. . . . read more

Spirit Club

Spirit Club encourages students to get involved with their school either by participation in or actively supporting programs of the school. read more

Garden Club

Garden Club is a club that meets after school in the fall and spring seasons.  Students care for the plants and mulch the ground to prevent weeds.  The focus is on developing a habitat for various animals and insects native to the . . . read more

Quiz Bowl

Quiz Bow is an academic competition team similar to Jeopardy on television.  Students answer questions in all academic areas (math, history, science, literature grammar, sports, current events, etc).  When they know the answer they . . . read more

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is an academic competition team in which students "train" for their Olympic event.  Events range from building various "contraptions' to study events in a number of scientific areas of study. read more

Wake Up Wednesdays

Wake Up Wednesdays is a club that encourages relaxation, meditation and mindfulness.  We focus on being less stressed and more in- tune with our body and mind, especially during school.  We meet Wednesdays from 8:00 - 8:30 in room 226. read more

Book Club

Book Club is to promote within the students and staff the appreciation of literature that extends beyond and enriches the literature component of the English curriculum. read more

Builders Club

A Service Leadership Club of Kiwanis WHAT WE STAND FOR: Motto:   Building leaders Vision:   To develop competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service. Mission:   Builders Club . . . read more

Diversity Club

Students are involved in developing a greater appreciation of many cultures.  Students will plan activities to create cultural harmony and understanding. read more

Drug-Free Club

The purpose of this club is to provide an organization for all students who are committed to a drug and alcohol-free lifestyle.  They will also promote a "drug-free" atmosphere at school. read more

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Fellowship of Christian Athletes welcomes all who would like a closer walk with Jesus Christ and a safe place to share with others their journey with him. read more

GSA

GSA stands for Gay Straight Alliance . We are a group of students who work to end bullying and create a safe and supportive school for ALL  students, including those that identify as LGBTQ and their allies.  At meetings, we . . . read more

Jazz Band

Jazz Band auditions are held int he fall, with rehearsals before school and performances throughout the school year.  Jazz Band also participates in various area Jazz Band competitions and have brought home several trophies and awards read more

Math Counts

Math Counts  - Critical thinking and computational skills will be promoted throughout the year.  Members will participate in several school and regional math activities throughout the school year. read more

National Junior Honor Society

The middle school chapters of the National Junior Honor Society are open to students who meet specified criteria.  Students must have a 4.50 GPA before being considered for membership.  Members are then chosen on the basis of four . . . read more

Show Choir

Show Choir is a mixed ensemble that includes limited choreography.  Auditions for Show Choir are held in the fall, with daily rehearsals before school and performances throughout the year.  The Show Choir also participates in . . . read more

Student Council

The Student Council is the representative government of the student body.  Each grade level elects representatives t the Council in the fall.  Representatives voice the desires and concerns students may have and functions as a . . . read more

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