• Battle of the Books

    The Battle of the Books program is for middle school students, grades 6-8. Students at East Garner IB MYP read books from a list established by the state Battle of the Books committee, and then compete in quiz-bowl-style tournaments to test their knowledge of these books.
  • Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

    Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a dynamic and effective national leadership student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education or related courses as determined by the state department of education. FCCLA, the Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. Its the only career and technical in-school student organization with family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities.
  • The Global Classroom Club

    The Global Classroom Club explores the culture, language, foods, countries and places (historic and modern) we will visit on the Global Classroom Tour in June. Each month we follow one-two days of the tour experiencing pictures, books, videos, songs, foods of that area of the country. In December, we will be preparing to depart Italy and move on to Greece by having a cultural experience of Italy for the holidays as we learn about the story of La Befana. In January, we will be traveling to Greece and experiencing Patras • Olympia • Argolida and discussing the first Olympics both in ancient and modern times.

    The Global Classroom Tours are international trips we take each June to various countries and landmarks. This is where IB comes alive beyond the four walls of the classroom and out into the world. The opportunities provided by these experiences advance students’ knowledge as well as personal growth. Some places we have been in the last 8 years include: China, Morocco, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Greece, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, Czech Republic, and Hungary. This coming June we will be exploring the tour, “From Rome to Athens” and experience the ancient cultures and historic landmarks including the location of the first ancient Olympics as well as the first modern day Olympics!

  • The Garner Police Athletics and Activities League

    The Garner Police Athletics and Activities League is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities to enhance youth and family achievement while improving police-community relationships and reducing delinquency in our community.
  • Student Ambassadors

    Student Ambassadors serve as goodwill ambassadors for our school. They answer questions and provide information during open house; provide school tours for prospective students/families; assist new students in learning their way around school; serve as marshals during important ceremonies and participate in various service projects at EGMMS. Students are selected for this program upon recommendation from their teachers, having demonstrated high academic achievement as well as outstanding character and leadership.
  • Science Fiction & Fantasy Club

    Wednesdays in Room 633
    Science Fiction & Fantasy Club explores any and all fandoms of pop culture. Ms. Williams hosts this club every Wednesday in her room, 633. Every week there is a different theme chosen by a randomly selected member. Past themes have included, but not limited to, Star Wars, Anime, Doctor Who, Marvel Comics, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Students are encouraged to bring something to share with other members for that week’s theme. We are open to all students who have a passion for something and are willing to share that love with others who are like minded.
    Ms. Williams posts important club information on her Edmodo site; including, the next theme and meeting date. Students are not required to come to all meetings nor do they need to sign-up in advanced. All students are welcome. If you have any other questions regarding Science Fiction & Fantasy Club please e-mail Ms. Williams at
  • The Science Olympiad

    The Science Olympiad team is a group of students that participate in the regional and state levels of Science Olympiad competitions. Students work in teams to compete in events that challenge them on both content and application of science. Students compete in exciting building events like tower building, mousetrap cars, bottle rockets and junkyard challenge.
  • Trojans on the Move – A Couch to 5K Club!

    When – Tuesdays and Thursdays from all dismissal to late bus pick up.  We will meet in Ms. Anderson’s room.

    All staff and students, Year one included, with an updated physical are welcome.
    Students and staff will be coming together to go from couch to 5Kilometers in an 8 week program.
    We will stretch, start with walking and work towards running a 5K race. We want to offer our students the opportunity for fitness after school in a noncompetitive atmosphere.
    Dressed in our Trojan Spirit wear we will aim our first race goal as the Jingle Bell Run in Raleigh, with future races to be planned as the year progresses.
    Staff Sponsors are Kate Yuska, Veronica Andersen, Jennifer Duvall.