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 that students gain from group participation are as follows:
- effective communication
- working successfully with groups
Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.
All students are required to submit a parent permission form before attending and before or afterschool meeting. Please find a copy of the required form below:
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Future Business Leaders of America is dedicated to helping students improve leadership skills and achieve academic goals. FBLA strives to: Develop Business Leadership Skills, Increase confidence in yourself and your work, Learn how to become involved in leadership opportunities, Have a better understanding of business enterprises, Develop a path towards future college and career goals
Future Florida Educators of America [FFEA]
If you are interested in a career in teaching then Florida Future Educators of America is the club for you. In it, students are given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the education profession. Come back again for more information.
National Junior Honor Society (N.J.H.S.)
National Junior Honor SocietyNJHS (National Junior Honor Society) is an international middle school organization that prepares students for leadership and lifelong success. Applicants into NJHS must reach the standards in leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship.
Ladies of Style and Elegance (LSE)
The Ladies of Style and Elegance (LSE) program is open to 8th-grade girls only and is designed to teach young ladies etiquette, grace, integrity, dignity, communication techniques, and style appropriate for selected occasions. The ladies will focus on education, people, organizational skills, and their potential future careers.
Are you looking for a game that is timeless? Do you want to play a game where abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills are used? At Apollo’s Chess Club you can not only learn how to play chess but also gain the proficiency to enjoy the fascination of this ancient game for the rest of your life!
Do you love to sing? Do you want to have a good time with friends and express yourself musically? Join the Glee Club, an afterschool fun-filled singing group. You’ll sing a mix of music: pop, country, rock, hip hop, and alternative. All voices are welcome to join in the fun. See Mr. McCall for more information.
What is First Priority? First Priority is a student-led Christian organization/club that meets weekly. A student leadership team, First Priority staff, and youth leaders all focus on tools for growing in a relationship with Christ.
Students will be able to work on creating Anime with a general theme of community-building in our class, school, city, state, nation, and the world. In addition to writing, drawing, and using technology, students will also create ideas for crafting characters, and opportunities to research and explore the Japanese culture.