• Advanced Arts

    Advanced Arts is open to students in grades 3-5. The club provides additional art lessons, guided support and creative time to students who have a great interest in the arts. Larger projects and new mediums are introduced to challenge budding young artists. The culminating event for the Advanced Arts club is Floranada's Cultural Night, where we celebrate our student’s talents.

  • Chess

    Chess is open to students in grades K-5. Students learn the rules of chess and practice playing with their peers. The students have their own game board and pieces to practice with. The club attends a tournament in May.

  • Chorus

    Chorus is open to students in grades 3-5. Students are taught the foundations of proper vocal technique, as well as experiencing and learning musical selections from all different genres and cultures. Music theory is also heavily incorporated. Chorus performs at Floranada's Holiday Concert and Spring Concert. The requirements for joining the club include: the ability to read sheet music, identify rhythms, and match pitch.

  • Debate

    Debate is open to students in grades 3-5. This club consists of dedicated students who choose to voice topics of concerns. Students focus on building critical thinking skills to support their arguments. Students work on improving their public speaking and writing skills. Students learn how to deliver their opinion through essays, speeches and role playing.

  • Gardening

    Gardening is open to students in grades K-5. The focus of the club is to prepare for the Standard Youth Flower Show, typically held in March. It is sponsored by the Fort Lauderdale Garden Club. Students create posters, journals, grow plants, create flower arrangements, and create whimsical designs out of fruits and vegetables. All of the entries are judged and receive ribbons. Participants can win "camperships" to the Wekiva Environmental Youth Camp located at Wekiva Springs State Park. The club also maintains a butterfly and vegetable garden on campus at Floranada.

  • Green Team

    Green Team is open to students in fourth grade. They are an environmental team that recycles paper, bottles, and cans for Floranada. Throughout the week, students collect the recycables from each classroom and office around the school. The team follows the motto “Respect the Environment". In order to join the club, students need a recommendation from their teacher and be a model of great behavior and academic success.

  • Lego

    Lego, also known as The Blockheads, is open to students in grades 3-5. The club's motto is "Connect, Collaborate, and Create". Students are presented with challenging problems that require them to design and engineer a solution using Lego blocks. The activities are hands-on and cross-curricular. In addition, they boost 21st-century skills in a fun and creative way.

  • Musical

    Musical is open to students in grades 3-5. Once a year, the Floranada Music Program prepares a highly professional and elaborate musical. This year, the students will perform a musical to Disney's Aladdin. The musical is not only educational, but allows students to build character and school and community spirit. Students must audition to be considered for a role in the musical. 

  • Peer Mediators

    Peer Mediators is open to students in fifth grade. Students are trained in peer mediation skills in order to help other students solve various conflicts.

  • Recorder

    Recorder is open to students in grades 3-5. Students are taught the fundamentals of playing the recorder, as well as developing embouchure skills and sight-reading abilities. The club performs at Floranada's Holiday Concert and Spring Concert. The requirements to join the club include: the ability to read staff and identify rhythms.

  • Robotics

    Robotics is open to students in fourth and fifth grade. Students work as a team to build different types of robots. Student roles include: builders, recorders, coders, and researchers. Students need to work cooperatively in order to acheive their goal. Being a team player is the key to success in this club.

  • Safety Patrol

    Safety Patrol is open to students in fourth and fifth grade. Safety is a top priorty at Floranada. The safety patrol monitors the hallways all around the school during arrival and dismissal. In order to join this club, students need a recommendation from their teacher and be an example of a good role model.

  • Student Council

    Student Council is open to students in grades 3-5. The goal is for the students to help make Floranada and the community a better place. The club acknowledges the concerns of the students and collectively come up with solutions. Students are responsible for delivering important council information to their classes. In order to join this club, students must be an example of a good role model.

  • Ukulele

    Ukulele is open to students in grades 3-5. Students learn how to play the ukulele. Each student receives a ukulele to take home and practice with thanks to Kala Ukuleles, who donated 40 of these instruments to Floranada.

  • World Music Ensemble

    World Music Ensemble is open to students in grades 2-5. Students are taught the fundamentals of rhythm identification, communication and listening, and improvisation of rhythmic patterns on various world music instruments. The club performs at Floranada's Holiday Concert and Spring Concert. The requirements to join this club include: the ability to identify rhythmic notation and mimic complex rhythms.