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  • Should I join a club at Crews?
    YES!!! Crews has a variety of clubs and activities for our students. We encourage all students to get involved in extra-curricular activities. Not only do you get to learn something new or explore something you are interested in, you also get to make new friends! Students can gain skills like commitment, communication, leadership, and how to work effectively in a group. Enhance your school experience - join a club today!

    How do I join a club or activity?
    Some clubs allow you to show up and join, while others require an application process. Club meeting dates and information about sign-ups are advertised on our news show in the mornings, as well as in our weekly email newsletter. If you have specific questions about clubs, please contact the club sponsor.

    Online Sign-Ups
    All online sign-ups for intramurals and coding club will be found on our eCLASS landing page when it is time to sign up.

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  • All Pro Dads

    Description:

    The All Pro Dad Chapter program gives dads and kids a time to connect each month through fun activities and interactive discussions.

    Sponsors:

    Adam Webb

    Open to:

    All students

  • Art & Photography Club

    Description:

    Students will have a creative outlet to make graphic design, photographs, and a little of both

    Sponsors:

    Jessica Harper, Heather Boyles

    Open to:

    All students

  • Basketball-Boys

    Description:

    Students will learn rules and techniques of basketball, as well as valuable teamwork skills and good sportsmanship. Tryouts held in October. Practices held daily. Games played Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings October – March.

    Coaches:

    Rudy Jackson, Joseph Bass

    Open to:

    7th and 8th graders by tryout

  • Basketball-Girls

    Description:

    Students will learn rules and techniques of basketball, as well as valuable teamwork skills and good sportsmanship. Tryouts held in October. Practices held daily. Games played Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings October – March.

    Coaches:

    Dale Grant, Alex Holeman, Tonya Marin

    Open to:

    7thand 8th graders by tryout

  • BEST Buddies Club

    Description:

    TBA

    Sponsors:

    Lori Marshall, Carmel Silver

    Open to:

    All students

  • Cause for Paws

    Description:

    Crews' Cause for Paws will give students a way to share their love of animals by promoting animal rescue, responsible pet ownership, adoption of shelter animals, and animal welfare. We will be participating in community service projects throughout the year to benefit local animal organizations. 

    Sponsors:

    Khadijah Contreras

    Open to:

    All students

  • Cheerleading

    Description:

    Students will learn cheerleading techniques and teamwork skills as they promote school spirit and cheer at all basketball games, held Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings August – March. Tryouts held in late August. Practices held daily.

    Coaches:

    Mallory Legg, Laine Daffin

    Open to:

    7thand 8th graders by tryout

  • Chess Club

    Description:

    Come learn and play the exciting game of chess!

    Sponsors:

    Valerie Reeves, Leslie Dale

    Open to:

    All students

  • Comic Book Club

    Description:

    The comic book club is dedicated to the enjoyment and understanding of Marvel and DC Comics. The goal of this club is first to enjoy comic books and secondly to figure out why we enjoy them; exactly what is it about certain comic books that makes them classics and so pleasurable to read? 

    Sponsors:

    Fred Houston

    Open to:

    Students ages thirteen and up, as some of the material is PG-13. Interested students will complete a comic book club application as well as a parental consent form.

  • Crews News

    Description:

    Students anchor our daily news show.  Students who are selected will be assigned one day per week.

    Sponsors:

    Karen Adams, Allison Hollingshead

    Open to:

    Rising 7th & 8th graders, by application and interview. Selection of new crew members in fall.

  • Crews Singers

    Description:

    Crews Singers is a select auditioned group of 7th and 8th grade students from various fine arts classes who sing and dance for special school/community events. Students do not have to be members of chorus to audition, but must exhibit strong leadership and singing skills. Rehearsals are scheduled before school and auditions will be announced in August.

    Sponsors:

    Sabrina Robertson

    Open to:

    7thand 8thgraders by audition

  • Crochet & Knitting Club

    Description:

    Learn how to work with yarn and perform the basic stitches of crocheting and knitting to create scarves, hats, dishcloths, and more. Our club is open to all students.

    Sponsors:

    Katie Creighton, Beverley Paes, Leslie Dale

    Open to:

    All students

  • Dance Team

    Description:

    Students learn dance techniques as they perform at Crews home basketball games. Tryouts held in September.

    Coaches:

    Eleanor Lassiter, Sharon Fleetwood

    Open to:

    7th and 8th graders by audition

  • Drama Club

    Description:

    Learn various techniques and perform a variety of skits and exercises as we prepare for a spring showcase. Come have fun with us!

    Sponsors:

    Allison Hollingshead

    Open to:

    All students

  • Fencing Club

    Description:

    Learn the basics of fencing!

    Sponsors:

    Fern LeMaster, Michelle Bushell

    Open to:

    All students

  • Garden to Table Club

    Description:

    The Crews Garden to Table Club will allow you to combine hands-on experiences with the joy of growing, preparing, and preserving food. Grow edible plants with others in the Crews student garden. Create simple snacks like salsa and zucchini bread. Discover methods for preserving foods while experimenting with the great biodiversity of species in our Crews student garden.

    Sponsors:

    Jessie Kelly, Serina Gay

    Open to:

    All students

  • Harry Potter Club

    Description:

    Come celebrate the magical world of Harry Potter!  After our sorting ceremony, we will talk books and movies, play games, and have fun with crafts and snacks straight out of Hogwarts.

    Sponsors:

    Allison Hollingshead, Karen Adams

    Open to:

    All students, both wizard and muggle

  • Honors Orchestra

    Description:

    Honors Orchestra involves 7th and 8th grade orchestra students that were chosen following auditions that took place in October. Honors orchestra will rehearse from 8-9am each Thursday morning in the orchestra room. Honors Orchestra students that were selected to be a part of this ensemble will learn pieces in addition to what students are already playing in their orchestra class and will perform for various school and community events.

    Sponsors:

    Kinsey Edwards, Suzanne Pearson

    Open to:

    7th/8th graders enrolled in Crews orchestra

  • Intramural Team Sports

    Description:

    Students are encouraged to get involved as they compete in fun activities such as basketball and flag football. Held throughout the year – watch announcement for dates.

    Sponsors:

    Rod Hames, Sarah Bowen

    Open to:

    All students

  • Jazz Band

    Description:

    Performance band group.  Meets Wednesday mornings in the band room

    Sponsor:

    Darvin McRoy

    Open to:

    7th and 8th grade Band and Orchestra students

  • Jr. Beta Club

    Description:

    Students will perform service activities for our school and community as they promote excellence in scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. Affiliated with the National Beta Club. Meetings TBA.

    Sponsors:

    Matthew Meek, Jeanette Ollinger, Heidi Evans, Melani Truett

    Open to:

    8thgraders with qualifying GPA and conduct/effort.

  • No Place for Hate

    Description:

    The No Place for Hate initiative is designed to rally the entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. The No Place for Hate club raises awareness of diversity strengths and challenges among our students, staff and parents. The club will plan diversity-related activities for our school community.

    Sponsors:

    Elizabeth Butler, Garrece Walker

    Open to:

    All Students

  • Percussion Ensemble

    Description:

    Percussive performance group.  Meets Wednesdays after school in the band room.

    Sponsor:

    Amanda Bingham

    Open to:

    7th/8th grade percussionists in band

  • Readers Rally

    Description:

    Students will read and discuss selected books as they work to form a team of 10 who will participate in the Readers Rally competition. Meetings Tuesday mornings – dates TBA.

    Sponsors:

    Karen Adams, Paige McGaughey

    Open to:

    All students

  • Robotics

    Description:

    Students will learn the ins and outs of robotics through cooperative projects

    Sponsors:

    TBA

    Open to:

    All students

  • Running Club

    Description:

    There is nothing better than a good run to get you thinking and feeling better. Running does so much for the body, mind and spirit. Come out and join us as we run a 5K each week to Alexander Park. Never ran more than 50 feet, we have a place for you also in the club. You will end the season with astonishing improvements to your distance and pace. Along the way our partnership with the Atlanta Track Club meets lots of cool FREE SWAG as rewards.

    Sponsors:

    Rod Hames, Tiffani Zernhelt, Daniele Talend, Alison Earle, Amy Gimbert, Allison Howard, Jennifer Cragin

    Open to:

    All students

  • SAT Math Prep

    Description:

    Students will practice sample math questions from actual S.A.T. tests. Will meet monthly. Students will sign up per session.

    Sponsors:

    Nicole Finley

    Open to:

    8th grade students

  • Science Fair

    Description:

    Students are challenged to inquire, design, and investigate scientific and engineering concepts through experimentation. Science fair helps students to improve their problem-solving and communication skills, while inspiring them to consider careers in science and engineering.

    Sponsors:

    Jill Sheldon, Beverley Paes, Jessie Kelly

    Open to:

    Mandatory for Biology students. Open to ALL students.

  • Science Olympiad

    Description:

    Science Olympiad is team competition in which students compete in events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Each school-based team is allowed to bring 15 students who cross-train for a variety of events in their skill set. Meetings after school, competitions on Saturday.

    Sponsors:

    Tonya Dudman, Beverley Paes, Serina Gay, Jeffery Dunn

    Open to:

    All Students

  • SGA (Student Government Association)

    Description:

    Students focus on service activities around our school and community. Student council members serve as leaders and role models for our school. Meetings TBD.

    Sponsors:

    Heather Culpepper, Jairus Hallums

    Open to:

    Homeroom reps and officers elected by peers, plus regularly-participating members at large

  • Spanish Club

    Description:

    Students will participate in activities to learn about the Spanish language and culture. 

    Sponsors:

    Raphaela Elias-Castejon

    Open to:

    All students – you do not have to speak Spanish

  • STEAM Club

    Description:

    STEAM Club is a fun way to connect with others who love science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics! Activities include building robots, rockets, and designing circuit boards. Don't be surprised if there's a donut or two involved.

    Sponsor:

    Brad Miller

    Open to:

    All students by application (space limited)

  • Tabletop Gaming

    Description:

    No Monopoly, checkers, chess or Life to be found here. We play true "tabletop" and "roleplaying" games such as Betrayal at House on the Hill, Pandemic, Sherrif of Nottingham, King of Tokyo, Dungeons and Dragons, Ticket to Ride, Settlers of Catan etc. So ask yourself, "Are you ready to roll?"   

    Sponsors:

    Steven James, Matthew Meek, Chris Baker, Meg Westover

    Open to:

    ALL students by application (space limited)

  • Talent Show

    Description:

    Talent Show featuring vocal, instrumental, dance, and variety acts.  Held at Grace Fellowship Church.  All proceeds benefit the Amanda Riley Foundation.  

    Sponsors:

    Allison Hollingshead, Karen Adams

    Open to:

    Students by audition only

  • Team Riley

    Description:

    A fundraising group that raises money for the Amanda Riley Foundation. Activities throughout the year will support the ARF, which supports families in our area dealing with childhood cancer. The foundation is named after former Crews and Brookwood Bronco Amanda Riley, who lost her battle with brain cancer. We are proud to support the Foundation in Amanda’s memory.

    Sponsors:

    Allison Hollingshead, Karen Adams, Charlie Hollingshead

    Open to:

    All students

  • Thrive

    Description:

    Campus Life is a student led gathering for Christian fellowship. Students will participate in music, games, and praise. Meetings TBA.

    Sponsor:

    Tonya Dudman, Eunice Terry

    Open to:

    All students