• Campus Life

    Sponsor: O'Kelley
    Day and Time: Tusday 8:15 AM
    Location: Radloff Gym

    Campus Life High School ministry combines healthy relationships with creative programs to help young people make good choices, establish a solid foundation for life, and positively impact their schools. Like every ministry of YFC, Campus Life seeks to engage these young people wherever they are found as lifelong followers of Jesus Christ.

  • Coding Club

    Sponsors: M Clark
    Day and Time: Tuesday  4:30 PM - Second Semester Only
    Location: Room 2.142

    Are you interested in coding, gaming, or computer science? This might be the club for you! Students will learn and apply the design process while learning programming basics. This club will promote innovation and critical thinking skills. Cost $10 donation.

  • DECA

    DECA
    (Distributive Education Clubs of America)

    Sponsor: D Campbell, R Gonzalez, N Williams
    Day and Time: Wednesday 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Ms. Williams' room

    DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. DECA’s core values and attributes are competence , innovation, integrity and teamwork. These values are central to DECA’s mission and purpose in classrooms around the world.

    Students need to complete application and will be invited based on teacher's and/or advisor's review and approval.

  • Elevate Student Program

    Sponsors: L Wells, A Sparks
    Day and Time: Thursday  7:30 AM - Beginning in October
    Location: Room 2.167

    This is a FUN and ENGAGING before-school program designed to help students navigate the uncharted territory of their teenage years.

    Elevate Students focuses on:

    1. Providing HEROES in the form of great coaches
    2. Teaching students to choose a life of honor

    We are serious about students doing two things:

    1. Becoming the best version of themselves by taking intentional steps to get there.
    2. Having fun while doing this!

    For more information about this program which will begin in October 2018, contact Lisa Wells in the Parent Center at 678-245-3417 or at lisa_wells@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

  • Environmental Club

    Sponsors: A Winkeljohn & A Howard
    Day and Time: 1st/3rd Friday Advisement 9:30 AM
    Location: Mrs. Winkeljohn's room

    This club's mission is to promote environmental education, awareness, and action! Students have the opportunity to participate in various activities such as collecting recyclables, projects, and much more! Radloff's Environmental Club is recognized as a "Taking Action" school by the Gwinnett Green and Healthy Schools Program.

  • FBLA

    FLBA(Future Business Leaders of America)

    Online Testing System: http://georgiafbla.org/
    Sponsor: D Campbell, N Williams
    Day and Time: 1st / 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7:30 AM
    Location: Room 1.168

    FBLA is a student organization for all middle and high school students participating in business programs. As an integral part of the business instructional program, FBLA provides opportunities for students to develop technical and career-supportive competencies. Participation in FBLA activities promotes civic and personal responsibility; helps students develop business leadership skills and establish career goals; and prepares them for useful citizenship and productive careers.

  • Girl Scouts

    Sponsors: Dr. Jackson, A Gilenson
    Day and Time: 1st Tuesday of the month  4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    Location: Media Center

    In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Through a myriad of enriching experiences, such as extraordinary field trips, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardship, girls grow courageous and strong. Girl Scouting helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.

  • Girls on the Run/ Radloff Road Runners

    Sponsor: Coach Young, D Stowe, T Galgal, A Philpot, V Johnson, S Henson, L Wells, L Harsh, W Dail, J Scharnell, B Zickefoose, K Merrihew, A Stewart
    Day and Time: Tuesday/Thursday 4:30 PM
    Location: Raider Gym

    Running club for students to provide opportunity to work as team, build positive relationships, and to build self-esteem while having fun.

    Girls on the run is for female students only. First 15 girls to register with proof of health insurance.
    Radloff Road Runners is for all students. First 20 students to register with proof of health insurance. 

  • Interpreters Club

    Sponsors: L Wells, L Perez
    Day and Time: Before Teacher/Parent Conferences - 9:30 AM
    Location: Parent Center - Room 1.154

    The club seeks to provide hands-on real-life interpreting training  in a supervised environment, providing and allowing student interpreters to assist teachers.

    Students in 7th and 8th grade will be recommended by prior year teachers and receive training on assisting our parents and teachers during Parent/Teacher conference dates and throughout the school year.

  • Inventure Club

    Sponsor: M Gravely
    Day and Time: Tuesday 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Gravely's room

    The purpose is to inspire innovation and creativity among students.

  • JLC Color Guard and Drill Team

    Sponsors: Colonel Quick
    Day and Time: Tuesday/Thursday - Times TBD
    Location: Quick's Room

    The mission of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Junior Leadership Corps program is to develop the inborn leadership ability of the student. Through this development students will learn to become successful students, achieve academic goals, and be successful and productive members of their school and community.

  • Junior Beta Club (Nationally Affiliated)

    Sponsor: T Drayton, A Montgomery
    Day and Time: 1st Wednesday of the month 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Montgomery's room

    Achievement—recognizing and honoring high academic achievement; Character—preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful; Leadership—developing the leaders of tomorrow; and Service—demonstrating our motto:  Let Us Lead by Serving Others.  Membership is by invitation based on GPA and teacher recommendation.

  • Math Counts

    Sponsor: M James, P Germano
    Day and Time: Tuesday 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: James' room

    Math Counts is a club for students who are passionate about math and enjoy solving challenging math problems. We will have a school-wide competition in December or January and attend the chapter competition to compete with other schools. Cost $12.50 for competition.

  • Men's Chorus Club

    Sponsors: I Kennel
    Day and Time: Thursday 8:00 AM
    Location: Chorus Room

    This club's mission is to support and promote choral performance.

  • Peer Leaders

    Sponsors: E Flaaen, G Maxie
    Day and Time: As needed
    Location: Counselor's Office

    This club is for 8th grade students only and you must apply to become a member. Their mission is to support and promote learning among peers.

  • Radloff Robotics FLL

    Sponsors: W Dail, B Zickefoose, A Winkeljohn
    Day and Time: Tuesday, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Makers Lab

    Radloff Robotics FLL is a competition robotics team that participates in First Lego League. In early fall, FLL releases a Challenge, which is based on a real-world scientific topic.

    Each Challenge has three parts: the Robot Game, the Project, and the FLL Core Values. Teams of up to ten students, with at least one adult coach, participate in the Challenge by programming an autonomous robot to score points on a themed playing field (Robot Game), developing a solution to a problem they have identified (Project), all guided by the FLL Core Values. Teams may then attend an official tournament, hosted by one of our FIRST LEGO League Partners.

  • Radloff Student Leadership Team

    Sponsors: M James, C Davis-Thorpe
    Day and Time: Thursday, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: James' room

    Students will be selected based on teacher recommendations. 

    Vision
    To serve, add value, and help lead Radloff Middle School to become a world class school, preparing students to be successful in college and career

    Mission
    To develop student leaders who embrace the function of leadership throughout Radloff Middle and the surrounding community by helping to shape a positive culture of high performance

    Leadership Learning Sessions
    7 Habits of Highly Successful People, LeaderNext Curriculum Sessions, Everyday Leadership Curriculum, Book Study, Guest Speakers

    Potential Activities
    Mentoring / Tutoring Program, Solving Student Concerns @ School, Community Service, New Student Orientation, Volunteerism, Adding Value to Others, Field Trips

    Adds Value
    We will be looking to actively support and help Louise Radloff Middle School, other clubs, our community, and Gwinnett County

    Benefits
    Better Grades and Study Skills, Improved Leadership Skills, Problem-Solving Skills, Collaboration, Team Leadership, Positive Attitude, Increased Likelihood of Post-secondary Success, More Involvement in Extracurricular Activities, Higher Commitment to Community

  • Raider Review

    Sponsors: S Craig
    Day and Time: Monday - Friday, 8:50 AM
    Location: Media Center

    To promote enthusiasm for reporting school news in a telecast. Students will need to fill out an application to be considered for the Raider Review team.

  • Readers Rally

    Sponsor: B Clark, J Jang
    Day and Time: Tuesdays 8:15 AM
    Location: Jang's room

    To promote enthusiasm for reading in a positive environment. Students will participate in the Gwinnett County Readers Rally competition.

  • Science Olympiad

    Sponsor: W Dail, K Washington-Walker, J Scharnell
    Day and Time: Tuesday 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Dail/Scharnell Room

    Science Olympiad is a nationally recognized program designed to enhance student's interest in science. Teams consist of 15 students. They compete in 23 different events. Cost $10 dues and possible additional fees for competitions.

  • STeAM Art Club

    Sponsor: S Prater
    Day and Times: last Friday each month Advisement 
    Location: Art Room

    Students from the STeAM academy will be given the opportunity to work on STeAM related art projects.

  • Student Council

    Sponsor: D Cunningham
    Day and Time: Tuesday 8:00 AM 
    Location: Cunningham's room

    Student Council is a leadership and service organization. Representatives are elected to Student Council from each team, at all three grade levels. Student Council Representatives participate in community service and  leadership initiatives throughout the school year. The mission of Student Council is that all student be heard, be involved and be Proud to be a Radloff Raider.

  • Yearbook Club

    Sponsor: F Alexander, M Brown
    Day and Time: 1st Wednesday of the  month 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Alexander's  room

    Students will create the LRMS 2017-2018 Yearbook.

  • Youth Assembly Club

    Sponsor: A Montgomery
    Day and Times: 1st Wednesday of the month 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    Location: Montgomery's room

    This club is designed  to bring the workings of the Georgia state government alive to students. Students are given an opportunity to discuss current state issues with state administrators, elected officials, and students throughout the state.

  • Step Team

    All Grades

    Coach: S Davis; Assistant Coach: D Polk, C Davis-Thorpe
    Step Team is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to try-out . Try-outs are held in early September. Step Team performs at all home basketball games and special events for the school.
    Practice: TBD
    Location: TBD

  • Pep Squad

    All Grades

    Coach: A Beck
    The Pep Squad will support the cheerleaders in motivating the players and crowd. 
    Practice: Monday 4:30 PM
    Location: Raider Gym

  • Dance Team

    All Grades

    Coach: A DeBerry; Assistant Coach: E Harvey
    Dance Team is open to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to try-out . Try-outs are held in late April or Early May. Dance Team performs at home basketball games and special events. Cost $150. 
    Practice dates/times TBD. 
    Location: TBD

  • 7th and 8th Grade Boys Basketball

    Boys Basketball - Coach: Nathan Martin ; Assistant Coach: Ronnie Crews
    Practice: M- Th 4:30 PM 
    Location: Raider Gym

  • 7th and 8th Grade Cheerleading

    Coach: Annalisa Beck;
    Assistant Coaches: Kristen Davis, Tesmeen Galgal, Brya Williams and Nichole Cash
    The LRMS cheerleaders perform at basketball games and pep rallies to encourage school spirit/help lead the raiders to victories.
    Practice: Tues/Thurs 4:30 PM
    Location: Radloff Gym

  • 7th and 8th Grade Girls Basketball

    Coach: Jessica Hernandez ; Assistant Coaches: Bridgette Fordham, Demetrius Polk
    Practice: M-Th 4:30 PM
    Location: Radloff Gym

  • Intramural Sports

    All Grades


    Tuesday 8:15 AM - Indoor Soccer - Coach Crews
    Tuesday/Thursday 4:30 PM-Radloff Runners- Coach Young
    Friday 8:15 AM- Basketball - Coach Martin

    Location: Raider Gym

    The intramural program is a FREE program available to ALL 6th, 7th and 8th grade students taking place in the fall and spring. The program is designed to: get students physically active and ready to learn before school starts, build cooperation and community spirit, and leverage physical activity to enhance student achievement.