Middle School Extracurricular Activities

All clubs meet after school unless otherwise noted.

Art Club

There will be a wide variety of art media and supplies available for students to use to make their own artwork. Painting and sketching are popular activities. Periodically, there will be specific projects available in sculpture, fabric, collage and holiday themes.

Drama Club

Students will take part in all aspects of theater production. Students may participate in acting, set design, music, etc. Culmination of the club will involve a yearly production.

Friends of Rachel Club

A “pay it forward” type of attitude can go a long way. This community service, character-building club is based on the ideas of Rachel Scott, a victim of the Columbine tragedy. All middle school students will be given exposure to what Friends of Rachel will be involved in and can sign up to help. Activities include the Warrior Walk, coat drive, preparing food for Shelters of Saratoga, and more.

Gaming Club

Students will play a number of different games, one of which will be the Pokemon Trading Card game. Students build decks around their favorite Pokemon character and then play against each other. They will send their Pokemon into battle to prove who is the best Pokemon trainer. Please note: space is limited.

H2O Homework Hotline Opportunity

This club provides a quiet place to work independently on homework after school. Some teacher support will be given if needed. The program meets Monday, Tuesday and Thursday each week.


Looking to be active but don’t know where to go? Come join after-school intramurals! This program is open to sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students who do not play a modified sport. Activities include soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football, baseball/softball, ultimate frisbee and more. The program meets once a week until the middle of January from 2:25-3:15 p.m. Specific dates will be announced.

LEGO Robotics Club

Students explore the field of robotics hands-on by using Lego Mindstorm EV3s to design, build, and program Lego robots. Students will work in teams to write programs involving motion, tilt or other sensors to make their robots achieve certain tasks.

National Junior Honor Society

Students are individually invited to join this club if they meet certain requirements including academic excellence, community leadership and volunteerism. Opportunities for continued community service will be provided. Read the NJHS Chapter Bylaws

No Place for Hate

No Place for Hate is a club that strives to create and maintain an inclusive and equitable school climate. We do so by empowering students, faculty, administration and family members to take action against bias and bullying. Throughout the year we coordinate three activities that examine identities, reflect on biased behaviors and learn new ways to challenge bias and bullying in themselves and others. We send a clear, unified message that all students have a place where they belong.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

SADD is a peer leadership organization that supports one another in making positive choices in our lives. We provide information to the student body stressing the impact of underage drinking, drunk driving, drug abuse and other destructive decisions.

Student Council

Student Council is a student-run government with officers and duties to provide members with experience, leadership roles and community involvement. They are a service-oriented club with school-related projects such as bake sales for the Warrior Walk.

Tech Club

The technology club will meet throughout the year in a computer lab. The purpose of the club is to engage students in creating computing. Scratch is a programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games and animations and share your creations with others around the world. In the process of designing and programming Scratch projects, students learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.

Teen Scene

Teen Scene is an after-school activity that takes place at various times throughout the year. For a small fee, students can stay after and participate in activities like Wii sports, crafts, movies, dancing and more!

Trap Club

Trap shooting is a coed and adaptive activity for safety-certified students in grades 7 through 12. Stillwater Trap Club’s priorities are safety, fun and marksmanship, in that order. The Club encourages beginners and promises no benchwarmers – Every student on the team gets to participate in all League events and tournaments.