• Chorus Club

    Chorus Mission Statement:

    Purpose / Mission: The purpose of the Stripling Chorus is to provide enriching musical experiences outside of the general music classroom that will allow students to work collaboratively toward performances. Our mission is to create an environment which allows students to grow as musicians, build relationships with each other and become lifelong supporters of the arts.

    Faculty Advisor: Ms. Brandon

    Activities: Members will spend time rehearsing challenging music to prepare for performance. We will practice a variety of vocal music, incorporating various percussion instruments and barred instruments (xylophones).

    Meeting Dates / Days: Tuesday mornings from 7:15 – 8:05. Chorus will have its final meeting date in May, after our final performance.

    Participants: 4th and 5th Grade may participate in this club

    Sponsor: Ms. Taylor Brandon

    Chorus

  • Girls on the Run

    Coordinator: Ms. Abel

    Mission and Vision

  • Guitar Club

    Guitar Club Mission Statement

    Purpose / Mission: The purpose of the Guitar Club is to provide enriching musical experiences outside of the general music classroom that will allow students to work collaboratively toward performances. Our mission is to create an environment which allows students to grow as musicians, build relationships with each other and become lifelong supporters of the arts.

    Faculty Advisor: Ms. Brandon

    Activities: Members will spend time rehearsing challenging music to prepare for the performance. We will practice a variety of modern pop, rock and jazz music on American rock band instruments. 

    Meeting Dates / Days: Thursday mornings from 7:10 – 8:05. Guitar Club will have its final meeting date in May, after our final performance.

    Participants: 4th and 5th Grade may participate in this club

    Sponsor: Ms. Taylor Brandon

  • Robotics Club

    Coordinator: Mr. Hochbaum

    The mission of the Stripling Robotics Team is to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills as they relate to the engineering process, and for the students to demonstrate what they've learned through a formal presentation and a coding competition at a December tournament.

    Our practices are every Tuesday after school until 4:30PM. (Some Saturdays as we get closer to competition). 

    Pictures to follow!

  • Good News Club

    Good News Club is an exciting, fun-filled hour and a half club sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship®. It includes:                                                    

    * Dynamic Bible Lessons  

    * Creative Learning Activities   

    * Inspiring Missionary Stories  

    * Meaningful Songs  

    * Life-Changing Scripture Memory

    Good News Club meets on Thursdays with a parent pick up time of 4:30PM. 

    Get more information and register at www.GoodNewsClubGwinnett.org

    Contact: Renee Koster  Renee@GoodNewsClubGwinnett.org  678-386-6923

    Renee Koster, Director

    Child Evangelism Fellowship – Gwinnett Chapter

    GoodNewsClubGwinnett.org

    Renee@GoodNewsClubGwinnett.org

    678-386-6923