• Clubs/Activities

    Our clubs at Alcova happen at different times throughout the year as well as before, during, and after school.
    Some clubs run for a few weeks while others run throughout the entire year.

    Click on the club name to learn more about it. 

  • After School Enrichment Clubs

    Grades: K-5

    Meeting Days: TBD

    Cost: $60

    Activities: Students from any grade level can participate in a variety of after school clubs. They meet once a week on Wednesday or Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30 pm. Clubs that will be offered include

    • Tech Club
    • Creative Crafts
    • Legos for Kids
    • Drama Club
    • Dance/Step Team
    • Crafts and Cooking
    • Soccer
    • Fitness
    • Coding

    Registration: Coming in January!

    Faculty Sponsor: Yvonda Thomas

  • Boys With Purpose

    Alcova's Boys with Purpose! This program is for our 4th and 5th-grade boys and will focus on character building, social and emotional development, mental and physical health as well as service. It will be held after school and will continue through the school year. Through human connection, It is our hope that this program will help bind students' academic and personal lives while improving the overall environment here at Alcova and the Dacula Community.

    Start date: Thursday,  October 28 
    Time: 3:15-4:15pm
    Pick-up: Car rider lane at 4:15pm
    Grades: 4th - 5th

    Meeting Days: Thursday


    Faculty Sponsor: Mark Lundy

  • Chorus

    Grades: 4th - 5th

    Meeting Days: Thursday

    Cost: $25

    Activities: Singing and performing in various concerts and community events

    Registration: Registration is currently closed

    Faculty SponsorJoya Harris

  • The Good News Club

    Good News Club- After School Program

    Grades: 3-5

    Meeting Days: Thursday from 3:15-4:45

    Cost: Free

    ActivitiesGood News Club® is an exciting, fun-filled hour and a half once a week club that includes:

    – Dynamic Bible lessons
    – Creative learning activities,
    – Inspiring missionary stories
    – Meaningful songs
    – Life-changing scripture memory

    Click here for a brief video about The Good News Club

    RegistrationRegistration for the club will open on September 20th for grades 3-5. Registration is required to attend. 

    Registration is done online at www.goodnewsclubgwinnett.org

    There is a 50 student limit.

    The first meeting is October 28, 2021

    Faculty Sponsor: Chris Reynolds

    Email chris.reynolds@gcpsk12.org with questions. 

  • Junior Beta Club

    Grades: 4th - 5th

    Meeting Days: TBD

    Cost: $25

    Activities: Fourth and Fifth grade students were invited to join our national Jr Beta Club based on their academic achievement, superior character, and leadership qualities.  The National Beta Club is the nation’s largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization. In addition to academic recognition, The National Beta Club provides an avenue for incorporating three important curriculum components into the school environment: character education, leadership development, and service. The continued mission of The National Beta Club is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. The expectations of our members are that they show moral and ethical character, exemplary academic achievement, and commendable attitudes. Through membership in the Junior Beta Club, young people from all walks of life have opportunities to come together to embrace and celebrate their diversity.

    Registration: By invitation only

    Faculty SponsorYvonda Thomas

  • Kiwanis Club

    Grades: 3rd - 5th

    Meeting Days: 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month

    Cost: Free

    Activities: This club will empower our third, fourth, and fifth grade students to become competent, capable, compassionate leaders through service to others and our community.  This program centers around building tomorrow's leaders starting as early as elementary school age students all the way through to high school.  Students are empowered to change the world around them and in the process transform themselves.  Students lead the club, plan activities, participate in community service projects,celebrate their successes and develop empathy, self-confidence and compassion along the way.

    Registration: Closed

    Faculty Sponsor: Yvonda Thomas

  • Reader's Rally Book Club

    Grades: 4th - 5th

    Meeting Days: Wednesday mornings at 7:15

    Cost: Free

    Activities: The Reader's Rally Book Club is a group of 4th and 5th grade students who enjoy reading and discussing books. They meet weekly throughout the year to read and discuss the books on the Gwinnett County Reader's Rally book list. In February, the team goes to the Reader's Rally competition and competes against other elementary school teams from Gwinnett County in a battle of the books competition. Please visit the Media Center page to see the book list for this year's Reader's Rally team!

    Registration: Closed

    Faculty SponsorMelissa Hervey