Clubs & Organizations

Art Attack*

 

Art Attack is a club that will meet during club time and occasionally after school to explore photography, graphic design and the computer arts. In the 21st century, the demand for digital media is increasing rapidly. Based on the Rhode Island School of Design’s STEAM initiative. Art Attack will explore the mingling of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics into Art/Design.

 

 
Beta Club

 

Open to 7th - 8th graders. Sixth graders become eligible after first semester of sixth grade year. This is an honor society based on academics, character, democratic values, and leadership. Membership is based upon teacher recommendation and honor roll status as indicated by previous year. Students are required to complete ten service hours and maintain honor roll status.

 

 

Chess Club

 

Computer/App Club

The Computer/App Club is open to 6th - 8th grade students interested in expanding their knowledge of computer applications and programs.

 

 
Craft Club

 

The Craft Club is open to 6th - 8th grade students (limited to class size). Members will create craft-type projects such as macramé, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, and origami.

 

 

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America*

 

Open to 6th - 8th graders interested in participating in activities dealing with the various aspects of Family and Consumer Science and leadership skills. Potential members must have already completed or be enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science class. This club encourages personal growth, leadership development, preparation for the future, and family and community involvement through family and consumer sciences education.

 

 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Open to 6th - 8th graders. Interdenominational school-based Christian sports organization which focuses on serving the community.

 

 
Fitness Club
Open to 6th - 8th graders interested in improving overall fitness through activities and education.  

 

Future Business Leaders of America*

Open to 6th - 8th graders who are interested in going into business related professions. Students work on skills involving keyboarding applications, computer technology, slideshow presentations, and exploration of various careers. Members have the opportunity to participate in two competitions each year.

 

 
History Club

Open to 6th-8th grade students interested in learning more about our nation’s history. Students participate in the Milestones of Freedom program presented by The National Exchange Club. During club time, students will read and discuss The Freedom Shine Documents.

 

 
Math Counts

Open to 6th-8th grade students interested in competition level mathematics.

 

 
Model United Nations

Open to 6th-8th graders who meet the academic requirements. This club requires students to do extensive research, write essays, and debate current event issues in a United Nations like setting. There are two competitions a year.

 

 
National FFA*

Open to 6th–8th graders interested in participating in activities dealing with the various aspects of agricultural science and leadership skills.Website

 

 

Photography Club

 

Puzzle Club

Open to all 6th-8th graders interested in learning how to work various types of puzzles such as Sudoku, word games, etc.

 

 
Sign Language Club: Lee County*

The Lee County Sign Language Club’s mission is to develop sign language skills to communicate with Deaf and Hard of Hearing members of our community. The club meets twice each month at Lee County High School, from 3:30- 4:30 PM or 5:00PM. The club is open to everyone associated with the Lee County School System, including all family members of students and system staff! New members to the club are required to join with a $15 membership fee, which includes a sign language book. Returning members to the club pay only $5.

 

 
Student Government Association

Open to 6th–8th graders. Officers and homeroom representatives are elected in August.

 

 
Yearbook
7th - 8th grade students only. Students must go through an application, interview, and selection process. Staff members must have their own camera, have internet access outside of school, and be willing to work on assignments from home when necessary.  

*These clubs will be combined for both Lee County Middle School East and West Campuses. Students from both schools will be eligible for participation.