|Science Olympiad||Science Olympiad is a STEM team competition. Students prepare and compete against other schools around Oklahoma in a variety of STEM events||Eloise El Qacemi|
|Math Counts||MathCounts is a math club where we go beyond the math of the classroom. We cover topics from Pre-Algebra to Geometry while trying to improve our memorization of facts beyond basic multiplication. We also spend some time playing logic and math games to keeps our minds sharp. The National Math Club helps build confidence in students of all ability and interest levels by giving them the opportunity to engage in unique math activities in a relaxed, social setting.||Tracy Elliott||Every Tuesday 2:35 to 3:30|
|NJHS||Students in the 7th and 8th grades are selected to be members of the National Junior Honor Society by a faculty Council that is appointed by the principal. The qualities of a NJHS member include; scholarship, leadership, character and service. Once inducted, new members are required to maintain the same level of performance, or better, in all four criteria that led to their selection. This obligation includes regular attendance at chapter meetings held monthly during the school year, and participation in the chapter service projects.||Laura Baker-Smith||See school calendar for selected days.|
|FCCLA||Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education.||Maddi Staggs||1st Tuesday of each month 2:45 to 3:15|
|TSA||The Technology Student Association (TSA) fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics concepts through co-curricular activities, competitive events and related programs.||Donna Roberts||See school calendar for selected days.|
|Art Club||The Art Club is an after school activity that provides materials, instruction and support for those students who are seeking a creative outlet in addition to their academic schedule. We will be doing various projects like drawing, painting, etc. Due to students having various other school activities (or just life in general), this is a come and go art club and you can join at any time and all are welcome.||Laura Ogles||See school calendar for selected days. 2:45 to 4:30|
|Drama Club||The mission of the Drama Club is to encourage a working interest in and promotion of the dramatic arts.
Students will be exposed to different aspects of theater including impromptu skits, vocal music. The club will work on creative thinking skills, encourage teamwork, and provide students with enriched learning experiences in the area of performing arts. This club is designed to support the goals and objectives of our district performing arts programs and our enrichment initiative
|Austin Windover||See School Calendar for dates and times|
|Girls that code||Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology. This matters because computing is where the jobs are – and where they will be in the future, but fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women. Girls Who Code offers learning opportunities for students to deepen their computer science skills as well as their confidence. The program creates clear pathways for alumni of the club into the computing workforce. Girls Who Code builds a supportive sisterhood of peers and role models who help students persist and succeed. The curriculum is designed for students with any range of computer science experience. Students will work together on a Computer Science Impact Project, where they will use computer science to solve a problem relevant to the club and community. Through this project, they will learn the fundamental computer science concepts of loops, variables, conditionals and functions that form the basis for all computer programming languages while also building teamwork and leadership skills.||Jessica Bowie|
|Yearbook||Yearbook is a great way to meet new friends and express yourself creatively, and each student’s contribution to the yearbook can be seen come to fruition when the yearbook arrives in May! After being trained in how to use the Jostens Yearbook Online Design Program, students are partnered up and given the opportunity to design a yearbook spread. In addition to designing, throughout the course of the year students also help out with various other yearbook-related tasks, including selling yearbooks, photography, working on promotions, and eventually yearbook distribution.
There is a place for everyone on the yearbook staff, whether one is interested in drawing, designing, writing, photography, or public relations. Yearbook is offered as a year long class for 8th graders only. At the end of the school year 7th graders can apply to join the staff for the following school year.
|Dungeon and Dragons||It is a tabletop fantasy roleplaying game that develops imagination, storytelling, improvisation, and an understanding of probability.||Thomas Taylor|
|Chess Club||Students will learn to play chess and engage in friendly competition||Earnest Fields|
|Jazz Band||a musical ensemble that plays jazz and contemporary||Leon Williams|