Teams / Clubs

We offer many opportunities for club and team participation.
  • Debate / Speech Club

    Carnage Middle School recently added a Speech and Debate Club to our repertoire of programs offered to our students after the school day has ended. This club is a partnership between Enloe High School and our school.  Student members of Enloe's Debate Team tutor our students in the finer points of public speaking and debate twice a week.
  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business. FBLA prepares students for “real world” professional experiences. Members gain the competitive edge for college and career success. More than a quarter of a million students participate in this dynamic leadership organization.

    Trojan Chapter Membership

    • Open to 6-8 graders who have completed or are in enrolled in one CTE Business or Computer elective.
    • Dues are only $10 for the school year.
    • See a CTE Teacher to join.  Join by September to participate in Regionals.  Join by December to compete in State Conference.
    What does the Trojan FBLA Club do?
    • Meet twice a month (Mondays) to collaborate, participate in chapter business activities, and prepare for competitions.
    • Travel to local, state and national competitions and conferences to compete honorably, network with other chapters, and attend skill building workshops.
    • WIN medals, trophies, and certificates to build students’ individual and our chapter’s resume of excellence.
    • Have a blast meeting new people and developing leadership and business skills together with the guidance of CTE teachers and professional business mentors!

    FBLA Middle Level Goals:

    •        Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work
    •         Create more interest in and understanding of entrepreneurial careers and American business enterprise Encourage members in the development of individual projects, which contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community
    •        Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism
    •         Encourage and practice efficient money management
    •         Encourage students in the awareness of occupational goals
    •         Facilitate the transition from school to work

    FBLA Middle Level Competitive Events

    Chapter Projects: American Enterprise, Crime Prevention, Community Service, Gold Seal Chapter of Merit

    Individual Multiple Choice Test Events:  Business Communication, Business Computer Technology, Business Concepts, Business Math, Career Exploration, Introduction to Business Communication, Keyboarding Applications I, Keyboarding Applications II, Parliamentary Procedure

    Individual or Team Production Events (up to 3 students): Computer Slide Show Presentation, Desktop Publishing Application, FBLA Spirit:  T-Shirt Design or Cheer, Spreadsheet

    Individual Speaking/Presentation Events: FBLA Creed, Impromptu Speaking, Public Speaking 

  • Battle of the Books

    Battle of the Books is sponsored by the North Carolina School Library Media Association for students in grades 6, 7, and 8 from eligible public, private and charter schools across the state.  Battle of the Books provide a fun, challenging way to motivate middle school students to read books from a wide range of genres.  Schools participate in a "quiz bowl" style tournament that test their knowledge of a list of books selected by the NCSLMA Battle of the Books Committee.  Carnage Middle School has won many championships at both the county and state regional levels.
    Advisor:  Kathy VanDeventer - 
  • Beta Club

    National Junior Honors Society sets out to honor middle school students who have demonstrated excellence in the clubs core values, scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since the clubs beginning in 1921 and as a member one continues to exemplify those characteristics
    Advisor:  Maurine Maul -
  • Fine Arts Booster

    Fine Arts Booster Website
  • French Club

    After school language clubs provide enrichment in both language and culture.  The French Club enjoys a film festival, supports community projects, and enriches the French experience with an International Festival.
  • Math Counts

    A national middle school coaching and competitive mathematics program that promotes mathematics achievement through a series of fun and engaging "bee" style contests.  Students take a written test to qualify for the MATHCOUNTS team.  They meet after school.
    Advisor:  Ann Chapoton-Genna -
    Co- Advisor:  Sudha Jayaraman -
  • Science Olympiad

    Students use creative scientific techniques to solve problems individually and in teams.  Students are recommended by their science teacher for placement on the team and participation is by invitation only.  Seventh graders comprise of the Junior Varsity team and eighth graders make up the varsity team. Only the Varsity team may participate in the state competition.  Science Olympiad is offered as an elective and may participate in the regional, state, and national tournaments.  The Carnage team is consistently in the top three teams in our region and competes in the start Science Olympiad held at NCSU.
    Advisor:  Patricia Weber -
    Co-Advisor:  Syndi Murphy -
  • Spanish Club

    After school language clubs provide enrichment in both language and culture.  Special activities of the Spanish Club include cooking Spanish food for the winter fiesta and buying books printed in Spanish for children.  The also participate in the International Festival.
    Advisor:  Lori Jerread -
  • Student Council

    The Carnage Middle School Student Council is a member of the NC Association of Student Councils and provides a leadership intensive program for all its members.  Students have the opportunity to attend state, district, and school leadership workshops to learn valuable life skills, such as goal setting, communication, organization, and decision making.  The goal of the Carnage Middle School student council is to promote school spirit and service to the community.
    The offices of president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer are elected each spring by a ballot while the faculty advisor appoints the offices of sergeant-of-arms and historian.
    Advisor:  Dana St.Juliana
  • Yearbook Committee

    The yearbook committee is responsible for putting together the yearbook for the school year. It is imperative to have a strong group working together and delegating tasks to each person’s particular strengths.   The class photography is split up between the committee members. The pages are organized and delegated at the first or second meeting, The committee is responsible for taking all the candid photos and covering events through out the year. The committee also works directly with the yearbook advisor to get all the group photos taken and all the individual portraits merged onto the class pages.
    Advisor:  Stephanie Snead (