Get Involved

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.

  • Art Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Ashley

    1st and 3rd Wk Monday, 8:30 am 

    Room 114

    The art club is one where the students share a love of art, self-expression, and a passion for creating their own personal style.

    Members will be involved in school and community art related projects to enhance their sense of self while helping others. Members will also work alongside like-minded artists who are enthusiastic about creating!

  • Best Buddies Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Yeung 

    2nd Tuesday, 8:30AM - 9:20AM

    Room 133

    Students with and without intellectual/developmental disabilities will form connections and friendships to create an inclusive middle school culture early on in their educational development while participating in social school activities. 

  • Book Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Hernandez / Mr. Perez

    2nd Tuesday, 8:30AM 

    Room 205

    Members agree on a book and read it beforehand. After everyone has finished, the group meet up to discuss what they think. Since everyone has their own perspective, book club meetings allow for a healthy flow of insights in an open and friendly environment. 

  • Builders Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. McPhaul

    Bi-Weekly Friday, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

    Room 135

    Builders Club empowers youth as they navigate this in-between-stage of life. Members develop self-awareness as they discover their passion to serve, their desire to lead and their ability to engage and collaborate with others. Service to school and community become a way of life! 

  • Chess Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Schiano

    Weekly Tuesday, 8:30AM

    Room 518

    All students are welcome to come. Come alone or with friends and play are students with all different strength levels.  This is a great way to meet new friends while learning this beautiful and ancient game we call Chess. 

  • Cubing Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. McLaughlin 

    Thursday, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

    Room 229

    Students work together to practice solving the Rubik’s cube and improve their speed. Tournaments are held periodically throughout the year. 

  • Dance Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Alter

    Tuesday, 8:15AM

    Room 325

    Falcon Cove Dance Team is an extracurricular club of advanced dancers in grades 6-8. The team meets weekly in preparation for school performances, off-campus events, and dance competitions. Members become proficient in multiple styles of concert dance (jazz, contemporary, ballet, musical theater) and learn the value of discipline, teamwork, and friendship. 

  • Debate Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Dailey

    Monday - Friday 

    Room 207

    Being on the Falcon Cove speech and debate team is a fun and rewarding experience in which students learn and participate in a variety of single and partner-based speech and debate events while attending monthly tournaments.

  • Drama Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Miller

    Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 4:00PM - 7:00PM

    Room 314 / (Cafe)

    The FCMS Drama Club is a Fine Arts program that specializes in all aspects of theatrical productions. This includes singing, acting, dancing and technical theater. Two productions are done per year and there are many opportunities for our student artists.

  • Film Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Hengge / Mrs. Schrager 

    1st and 3rd Wk Tuesday, 8:00AM

    Room 105 / 106

    Film Club is designed for any budding film directors, editors, scriptwriters, boom operators, camera crew, actors, and anyone interested in gaining experience with the process of film making! Students will also learn to create, edit, and produce short films. One of the highlights is that the club creates, designs, and plans a Film Festival. No experience is necessary. 

  • First Lego League / Robotics Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Malone, D.

    EO Tuesday, 8:30AM

    Room 137

    The Lego league robotics club is made up of individuals who have a drive to be successful builders and innovators of the robotics/software world. In the club, individuals will take part in building, programming, and competing in robotic competitions. These competitions and practice at the club will give the individuals great experience when it comes to robotics and the ever-changing world of programming them. While having a safe, comfortable environment to make friends and be able to help each other build a winning program. The Lego league robotics club is a safe environment full of driven individuals who want to take part in building / programming robots. 

  • First Priority Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. McPhaul

    Tuesday, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

    Room 136

    First Priority is a youth organization that supports student-initiated, student-led Christian clubs on middle school and high school campuses. First Priority of America, Inc. supports local city FP movements in cities across the US. First Priority Strategy was founded by 12 youth Pastors in the Irving, TX area. 

  • Florida Future Educators of America (FFEA)

    Sponsor: Mr. Keery

    Last Thursday, 9:00AM

    Room 234

    The program provides a forum for students to become aware of career opportunities in education and nurtures their interest in teaching as a career. 

  • Girls Who Code

    Sponsor: Mrs. Freeman

    EO Tuesday, 8:15AM - 9:15AM

    Room 117

    Girls Who Code is an international organization on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. 

  • History Club

    Sponsor: Mr. Gillman

    2nd and 4th Wk Thursday, 8:25AM

    Room 120

    Students meet 2 times per month to work and collaborate on various aspects of American and World History, including presentations and formal debates. NPFH- selected students will create several schoolwide activities to promote the concept of toleration and understanding among all students.

  • Latinos in Action

    Sponsor: Mrs. Simosa

    Last Friday, 8:45AM

    Room 118

    The LIA Club is a student-led organization that provides a positive experience that educates, empowers, and encourages students to excel as leaders and become leaders in our community. 
    We plan and execute activities that promote social interaction and build friendships among students, teachers, parents, and the community; we also plan and execute meaningful service activities to promote volunteerism, involvement and pride in our school and community.
    This club is not only for Latinos, everyone is welcome to join. 

  • Math Competition Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. McLaughlin 

    Wednesday, 4:00PM - 5:00PM

    Room 229

    Students compete in various mathematic competitions within the school, around the county, state, nation and international. 

  • Model United Nations (UN) Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Angelo

    Tuesday, 4:00PM - 4:45PM

    Room 129

    Students learn about international countries and take on the role of a delegate to the United Nations or a historical conference. They participate in debate-like simulations, make speeches, form alliances, and craft solutions to problems presented to them. Falcon Cove Model UN works in coordination with Cypress Bay Model UN Club, who provide instruction and activities for our club members. 

  • National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

    Sponsor: Mrs. London / Mrs. Stringer

    1st Tuesday, 8:00AM

    Room 102 (Nest Conference)

    The purpose of NJHS shall be to create an enthusiasm for scholarships, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and citizenship, and to encourage the development of character in students of Falcon Cove Middle School. Our minimum requirement is an unweighted GPA of 3.75.  Ten hours of community service per semester is required.  

  • Power in Passion Club

    Sponsor: Mrs. Harvey

    TBA

    Room 102G

    Students will be able to create a "passion project" of their choice throughout the course of the year. To help facilitate the process of creating their projects, high school students from Cypress Bay who are skilled in different areas of expertise will provide the students with the knowledge necessary to complete their projects. Students will end the year with more clarity about their interests and will be full of pride after completing the project they worked so hard on! We will meet on Mondays for alternating weeks.