Student Organizations

Elementary School

Learning extends beyond the classroom walls, which is why we pride ourselves in offering school activities for our students in grades K-5, including:

Middle School

Learning extends beyond the classroom walls, which is why we pride ourselves in offering a large variety of after-school activities for our middle school students, including:

  • Student Government
  • Dance Club
  • Robotics
  • Art Club
  • Academic Games
  • Yearbook
  • National Junior Honor Society
  • Choir
  • Science Olympiad
  • Mentoring Program
  • Peer Mediation
  • Reading Club

High School

Students who enjoy singing are encouraged to join this club. The cost of this club is $30.

Weight Lifting Club
Students with an interest in building their strength through weight training are encouraged to join this club. There are two sessions for this club, and each session is limited to 25 people. The cost is $50 per session.

Dance Club
Students who have a passion for modern dance would have an interest in this club. This club has two sessions.  The cost for each session is $100, and the students are required to purchase a uniform as well. The dance team performs at home football and basketball games, as well as outside competitions.

Poetry Club
Students learn how to read and write poetry and delve into it’s meanings. Students also memorize and recite poetry at Poetry Out Loud contests twice a year.

Student Government
Organization of elected students in 9th thru 12th grade who represent and are the voice for their respective classes. Students are charged with helping administration and staff with organizing and administering events both on and off campus. This group meets weekly with an advisor to discuss issues and plan events.

Drama Club
Students with an interest or flair for the dramatics are encouraged to join this club. Students perform in plays twice a year and assist in other school run programs.

Pep Team
A group of students who lead cheers at sporting events and pep rallies. Students in grades 9–12 may participate on the team.

Robotics Club
A group of dedicated students who have a strong interest in mechanics and technology. This club builds its own robot from the ground up and enters its final product in competition.


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