Clubs & Activities
The art club seeks to build children’s confidence, familiarity, and skill in working with a wide variety of materials in many disciplines. Art club members work from life and from their imaginations, using principles of design to make their artwork more visually compelling and meaningful.
Faculty Advisor: Nicole Andreas
My mission is to offer focused vocal training, choral singing experiences both in unison and harmony arrangements, and performance opportunities including a staged musical.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Daniel Castillo
Jr. Beta Club
The National Beta Club is an academic and service organization that promotes character, develops leadership skills, encourages service involvement, recognizes achievement, and provides technological advantages. The motto of the Beta Club is “Let Us Lead By Serving Others."
Fifth Grade students are invited to join for Jr. Beta Club if their combined GPA from 2nd-semester Fourth grade & 1st-semester Fifth grade is a 3.5 or higher. Students will be notified in January if they qualify for Jr. Beta Club. A letter will also go home to parents of selected students.
Readers Rally is a reading quiz bowl style competition for students in grades four through twelve. Students read books from a pre-determined list and answer questions about those books. Each Gwinnett County school may send one team of ten players or less to the Readers Rally event.
Faculty Advisor: Amy Pridgen
Visit the Media Center page for more information about Reader's Rally 2019-2020.
AAA School Safety Patrols benefit students, schools, and communities.
Safety awareness, Leadership, Teamwork, Pride, Citizenship, and Respect for law enforcement
Schools benefit from opportunities to promote:
Traffic safety awareness, Peer-to-peer education, Character-building opportunities, A constructive outlet for students’ energy, and A positive relationship with parents, law enforcement, and the overall community
Faculty Advisors formally meet with Safety Patrols on a bi-weekly basis.
Faculty Advisor: Janice Wright