• **Note that clubs have not be finalized for the 2023-2024 Schoolyear**

    Membership and participation in all student clubs and organizations is open to all students without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or other protected classifications

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Future Farmers of America (FFA)

Overview:

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Contact:

Sydney Schmalzried - sschmalzried@wcpss.net

All are welcome to FFA meetings. For meeting dates/times, leadership opportunities, and to receive FFA updates, please visit the HRMS FFA Website.

Meeting Dates:

Thursday, February 22nd: Celebrate National FFA Week with us! 

Wednesday, March 13th: Celebrate National Agriculture Week with us!

Wednesday, April 17th: Recreational/Olympics FFA Meeting

(Tentative) Monday, May 13th: End of Year Celebration/Discovery Degree Recipients Ceremony!"

 

 

 

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Hornet Book/Poetry Club

The book club will give students the opportunity to share their love for literature with each other. This club will help students participate in the reading culture, as well as help students build a reading habit. We will meet two times per month to read, have deep discussions, and write reviews for the book we read each month.

Contact: Ashley Llaverias allaverias@wcpss.net

Book Club Location: Room 2503
Book Club Dates: 1-16-24, 2-12-24, 3-12-24, 4-9-24, 5-13-24, 6-3-24
Time: 3:20pm - 4:00pm
 
 
(It is open to everyone, the link to sign up is below.)
 
 
 

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Drama Club

Club Overview Statement: 
"Holly Ridge Middle School's Drama Club wants to create a community where students can share interests and express themselves creatively. Drama Club is a place where students can start friendships, build a foundation of the arts as well as developing acting skills. But most importantly having fun." 
 
Logistical Information: 
 Meetings: 
January 30th and February 1st
February 8th
February 13th and 15th
February 22nd 
February 29th
March 5 and March 7th
please see Kajuan Davis for questions and future dates
 
Club Contact: 
Kajuan Davis, kdavis5@wcpss.net 
 
Signup: 
Please signup by filling out your name, grade and info using the linked form

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Girls Lacrosse Club (to resume fall of 2024)

STING Stix

Girls' Lacrosse Club  
 
Overview:
This club is open to any girls who have played or would like to learn girls' lacrosse.  The club will meet on Fridays, September 15, 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27
 
 
Club Contact:
Jamie Synan, jasynan@wcpss.net

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GSA Club

Club Overview Statement: 
“To promote tolerance and acceptance throughout the school community and to provide a safe, non-judgmental space as a support network for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Straight youth who share a common vision of social equality.”
 
Logistical Information:

Meeting Dates: The next GSA- Gay-Straight Alliance meeting is 2-7-24, see Mr. Davis for questions.

 
Club Contact: 
Kajuan Davis, kdavis5@wcpss.net
 
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Please signup by filling out your name, grade, and info using the linked form.

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Black Student Union

Black Student Union (Meeting Dates TBD)

Our Mission:

The National Black Student Alliance serves to provide Black students and allies a community,
brave space, and the opportunity to create change. Our mission is to work towards a future of
diversity, equity and inclusion in education.

Our Vision:

We aim to create an environment in which Black students and students of color at Holly Ridge
Middle feel seen, heard, and more comfortable expressing and discussing their experiences
while here at the ridge, and beyond. 

Our Core Values:

Integrity
Accountability
Respect
Creativity

Meeting Times and Locations:

TBD
 
Advisors: Mrs. Asia Robinson and Mr. Kajuan Davis

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PEAKS

PEAKS (Personally Empowered Action Oriented Kids Serving Our Community)
Please see this link for information about our PEAKS club.
 
Meeting Dates:
1-22-24
2-8-24
4-30-24
5-21-24
 
*All meetings will end at 4:15pm
 

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Student Council Association

Student Council Club will meet to make executive decisions for the school and will focus on partnership and school governance!

Advisor:  Kajuan Davis, kdavis5@wcpss.net 

Next Meeting Date: 1-29-24

For Info and Meeting Dates, Click here.

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Math Counts! Club

Math Counts!: Students of all skill level will be able to come and participate in  games, math exploration, problem sets, and monthly challenges.

Contacts: Alona Simon ajsimon@wcpss.net and Amanda Baucom albaucom@wcpss.net 

Meeting Times:  Twice per month 3:30 - 4:30 the first and third Wednesday of the month in room 2403

 

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Yearbook Club

Yearbook Photography Club provides an opportunity for 7th and 8th grade students to gain photography skills and contribute collaboratively to the HRMS yearbook. Yearbook Photography Club meets once a week after school to photograph school events and edit our HRMS yearbook. *We may have additional after-school commitments as needed to photograph school events*

The application window to fill our 15 spots (7th and 8th only) is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfMCloKXQmG9gpt5mgSt-HiCcA2cNJVZQXBQXroOEboF6z9vg/viewform

Please see Ms. Waltz, art teacher, for information regarding this club. Email: awaltz@wcpss.net

Meeting Dates: Assigned members, please check your assigned canvas page for meeting dates 

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National Junior Honor Society

 
The National Junior Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle-level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Seventh graders are inducted in the spring. Students are invited to apply for membership based on all five tenets of the NJHS.  Students will serve during their 8th grade year and are required to complete volunteer hours for the good of the school and their community. This is open to rising 8th graders, by application and selection. For additional information contact Jessica Stallings: Jstallings2@wcpss.net and review the NJHS Website
 
*Members should review the website for meeting dates