CMS Clubs & Activities

  • Did you know that joining clubs in middle school can profoundly impact your overall growth and development? Clubs provide a unique platform for you to explore your interests, develop new skills, and build lasting friendships along the way.

    You can discover your passions and talents outside the regular academic curriculum by participating in clubs. Whether you're interested in art, music, sports, STEM, or any other area of interest, there's a club out there waiting for you!

    Club participation not only allows you to pursue your hobbies, but it also helps to foster essential life skills. Working collaboratively with others, communicating effectively, and managing time are just a few of the valuable abilities you'll gain through club involvement. These skills will undoubtedly benefit you through middle school and beyond.

    Moreover, clubs provide a supportive and inclusive environment where you can express yourself, share ideas, and learn from peers. It's a space to embrace individuality and find like-minded individuals who share your passions and interests.

    So, take advantage of this fantastic opportunity! Explore the diverse range of clubs available at our school, find the ones that resonate with you, and join in on the fun. Whether it's after school, during lunch breaks, or even online, there's a club waiting to welcome you with open arms.

    Remember, middle school is about more than just academics. It's a time for self-discovery, personal growth, and expanding your horizons. Clubs provide the perfect avenue to do just that.

    If you're interested in joining a club or would like more information, please get in touch with our front office at (907) 761-1500. They will be more than happy to guide you in finding the perfect club for you.

    Get ready to unlock your potential, make new friends, and create unforgettable memories. We can't wait to see you flourish through club participation!

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