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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Agents of Change

    Agents of Change
    Agents of change is a club that focuses on promoting kindness, peace, and spreading a "Choose Peace, Stop Violence" message.
    Agents of Change meets one Thursday each month
    Room 131
    Time : 4-5pm
    Contact - Ms. Ivette Teyra
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  • 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project

    Team information: 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project – Broward County, Florida Chapter

    Description of the program: The 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project is a dropout prevention, mentoring program committed to closing the minority male achievement (access) gap by guiding minority male students along a carefully charted path through grades K-12 and college or ensuring the attainment of other post-secondary credentials, and increasing their employability in-higher wage, high skills jobs within high demand industries.  The program also teaches participants to respect law enforcement, the law, women, school officials, and parents.  Students are also exposed to valuable educational and leadership opportunities that are designed to develop and strengthen their leadership skills.  The students and adult mentors wear a distinctive uniform consisting of black pants, a white dress shirt, and a 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project signature necktie.



    Contact information for advisors/coaches: Juvens Calixte,

    Schedules: Wednesday Meeting for more information contact Advisors 

  • Debate

    The Broward Debate Initiative is a partnership between community businesses and local public school debate programs. With sponsorship options ranging from competition attire to individual tournament travel costs to full-year team assistance, your contributions help build résumés, teach valuable life skills, and ultimately change lives.

    Speech and Debate students learn research skills, logic, organization of ideas, manipulation of language, assessment of audience, self-esteem, and engagement in world events. These skills not only build better students, but they also build better college candidates, better employees, and better citizens.

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  • Future Florida Educators of America [FFEA]

    Description of the Program: The Florida Future Educators of America help students to become aware of career opportunities in education and other professions. The club helps students connect with their school and community. 
    Schedules: Meeting once a Month in Room 305
    Contact information:  Dr. Charlene Ferguson, J.D.

  • HOPE = Helping Overcome Problems Effectively

    Description of the program: HOPE Sunshine Club

    The purpose of the New Renaissance Middle H.O.P.E. Sunshine Club is to educate, support, develop problem solving, coping and Leadership skills while fostering the prevention of suicide, bullying, substance abuse and many other critical issues teens encounter.

    HOPE = Helping Overcome Problems Effectively

    Team information: 

    Meet 1x a week | 1hr | Before school | 8:30-9:30 am | Wednesdays

    Contact information for advisors/coaches:

    School Counselor: Audwin Patterson


  • Honey Shine

    Honey Shine


    The Honey Shine Mentoring Program was founded by Tracy Wilson Mourning. Honey Shine’s mission is to encourage the balance of mind, body and soul in girls and young women by providing nurturing experiences that enlightens their path and empowers their future.


    Honey Shine provides a plethora of enrichment activities, including, a six-week summer camp for enrolled participants each year. Exposure trips, workshops and other enrichment activities are offered to the girls, who are affectionately called ‘Honey Bugs’. These activities focus on life-skills lessons and educational experiences such as mindfulness, career mapping and academic enhancement. 

    Ms. Collins ( and Ms. Franklin ( are the proud mentors and instructors for Honey Shine here at New Renaissance Middle School. The program meets Monday through Thursday after school.


  • Human Relations Council (H.R.C.)

    The Human Relations Council (HRC) serves as the foremost resource on human relations at BCPS. The council fosters mutual respect and understanding among students, faculty and staff at NRMS. The council promotes diversity, educational equity, nondiscrimination, inclusion and character education.


    HRC fosters diversity sensitivity, cultural competence, and opportunities to create greater intercultural relations and understanding. HRC benefits the student and the community through building self-esteem, civic engagement and student’s connection to school and others with similar interests. The ultimate goal is building a cooperative and compliant school environment. Meetings occur every 3rd Friday.
    Ms. Collins, HRC Liaison

  • Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders (MTL)

    Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders (MTL) is a peer-to-peer mentoring and student leadership program that serves students in grades 6th – 12th . MTL promotes academic advancement, pupil progression, student engagement and successful school completion utilizing the MTL Five Pillars: 
    • Academic Achievement 
    • Peer Mentoring
    • Family Involvement
    • Community Support
    • Student Enrichment & Incentives
    Mentors and Mentees become official members of MTL by participating in our annual induction ceremony. Our Mentor to Mentee Hour is held Tuesdays & Thursdays after school at 4pm in RM 223. 
    MTL Coordinator: Bianca Jones
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  • National Junior Honor Society (N.J.H.S.)

    Description of the Program: The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is a prestigious organization that recognizes outstanding middle school students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Members are selected based on their academic achievements as well as their involvement in school and community activities. NJHS aims to promote leadership skills, foster a sense of civic responsibility, and encourage service to others among its members.

    Team Information: The NJHS team at New Renaissance Middle School is comprised of 26 dedicated middle school students who excel academically and exhibit exemplary character traits. Members actively participate in various service projects, leadership development activities, and community initiatives. The team works collaboratively to make a positive impact within the school and beyond.  National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Officers for the 2023 to 2024 School Year:


    President: Zahara Afflick

    Vice-President: Anjolie Agenor

    Secretary: Helen Quinteros Zarate

    Treasurer: Leandro Burton

    Historian: Ashanique Williams

    Contact Information for Advisors/Coaches: Advisor: Mrs. Ebony Spence Email:

    Schedules: NJHS meetings are held once a month. Please contact Mrs. Spence for specific dates and times of upcoming meetings, as well as information regarding any additional events or activities scheduled throughout the year.

  • N.R.M.S. Paw Patrol

    N.R.M.S. Paw Patrol
    NRMS Paw Patrol is a club that allows students to interact on-on-one with the fur babies of our school's Pet Pals Program. Students learn about animals, animal care, empathy and about the importance of rescuing animals. Our mission is  "Educate-Rescue-Love."
    N.R.M.S. Paw Patrol meets one Thursday each month
    Room 131
    Time : 4-5pm
    Contact - Ms. Ivette Teyra
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  • S.P.U.D= Students Preventing Unintentional Drowning

    S.P.U.D. (Students Preventing Unintentional Drowning)
    SPUD is a Water Smart Ambassador Club. The primary goal of the Water Smart Ambassador Club is to engage and equip youth with tools and knowledge to prevent unintentional drowning where they live, learn and play. The SPUD program is led by middle and high school students who utilize innovative ways to educate on water safety such as social media, water safety assemblies and presentations to elementary students on water safety and drowning prevention.
    Contact - Ms. Ivette Teyra
    Club meets one Thursday each Month
    Room 131
    Time : 4-5pm
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  • S.W.A.T. (Students Working Against Tobacco)

    S.W.A.T. (Students Working Against Tobacco)
    SWAT is Florida’s statewide youth organization working to mobilize, educate and equip Florida youth to revolt against and de-glamorize Big Tobacco. SWAT is a united movement of empowered youth working towards a tobacco-free future.
    S.W.A.T meets one Thursday each month
    Room 131
    Time : 4-5pm
    Contact - Ms. Ivette Teyra

  • Yearbook

    Description of the Program: The Yearbook program at New Renaissance Middle School is a vibrant and dynamic initiative aimed at capturing the memories and achievements of the academic year. Through photography, design, and editorial work, students collaborate to create a comprehensive record of school events, clubs, sports, and student life. The Yearbook serves as a cherished keepsake for students, faculty, and families, preserving the school year's most memorable moments.

    Team Information: The Yearbook team at New Renaissance Middle School is comprised of enthusiastic and creative students who are passionate about documenting the school year. Members work collaboratively to capture events, design layouts, write captions, and ensure the Yearbook reflects the diverse experiences of the school community. Through their dedication and creativity, the Yearbook team produces a publication that celebrates the spirit and achievements of New Renaissance Middle School.

    Contact Information for Advisors/Coaches: Advisors:

    • Mrs. Victoria Ealy
      • Email:
    • Mrs. Ebony Spence
      • Email:

    Schedules: The Yearbook team meets once a month to plan, organize, and work on various aspects of the Yearbook production. Please contact Mrs. Ealy or Mrs. Spence for specific dates and times of meetings, as well as information regarding any additional events or deadlines related to Yearbook production. Educationally Yours,