Name Mission/Purpose Faculty Advisor Activities Academic Bowl Promotes academic excellence. Academic Bowl is limited to 15 participants and requires a "tryout" test and fee to join. The $20 required fee includes t-shirt and registration fee. (6-8) Susan Reed and Tonya Ammons Meets 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. Art Club
The goal is to provide an industrious environment for students to learn the duties and responsibilities of maintaining a successful club and to have fun exploring personal talents and art experiences. Upcoming activities will be discussed and decided upon with club members. A 25$ fee will be collected for supplies. (6-8)
Candace Matson Meets every other Tuesday of the month after school. Beta Club Recognizes academic excellence while learning the commitment to self, school, and community. Seventh and eighth grade students with a grade point average of 3.5 (no grade below 80), who also exemplify strong character and have maintained role model behavior, are eligible to apply for membership in the Flat Rock Junior Beta Club. (7-8) Jessica Williams, Alicia Watson, and Cynthia Odom Meets 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Broadcast Club This club allows students with an interest in journalism, film, and media to gain valuable hands-on experience. Students learn what it takes to be part of a production team of anchors, producers, directors, and editors. (6-8) Christie Morris and Tyler Penland Meets every Friday of the month. Builder's Club Student led community service organization. Members develop self-awareness as they discover their passion to serve, their desire to lead and their ability to engage and collaborate with others. Service to school and community become a way of life! (6-8) Sharon Brooks and Chris Holloway Meets the 4th Friday of the month. Food drives, clothing drives, etc. Card Games Club
Learn to play various card games, including: Rummy, Cribbage, Phase 10, Uno, Spades, and Poker in this club.
Georgette Hunt and Annette Fuller Meets every Friday of the month. Color Me Calm Club Do you have a creative streak that enjoys coloring and calm music? If so this club is for you! (6-8) Jacqueline Bordon and Natalie Melfi Meets every Friday of the month. Drama Club Drama Club is for students who are serious about theatre and acting! We'll cap this club at about 40 *paid* members. Drama Club will focus on theatre games, learning how to audition, and becoming stronger performers. We'll have guest speakers from both the theatre and film community, and we'll collaborate with the high school Drama department. This is a high-demand club, so if you're interested, pay your club fee ASAP to reserve your spot! (6-8) Emma Majure Meets every Friday of the month and every other Friday after school. Eagle Wings
Students in this club will serve as Student Ambassadors, and give new students tours of the school. Additionally, they will attend special topic meetings with guest speakers. (7-8)
Dionne Burnett and Bryan Kendrick Meets the 1st Friday of the month. Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA is open to all students and staff of FRMS. Although the name of the club is "Fellowship of Christian Athletes" we want ALL students to know they are welcome to attend. During our meetings we share prayer requests and hear some challenging words from God's Word, the Bible. The students and sponsors involved in FCA are seeking to be a source of encouragement, positive influence, and service to our FRMS community and wherever we go. (6-8)
Ben Thacker Meets the 2nd Friday of the month. Food Forest PERKS of joining Food Forest Club: Possibility of being elected as a club officer, Garden training (weeding, seeding, harvesting, etc) & Eating food that you grow! Special Members only Garden Events and Trips!
There is a $20 fee, which includes a club shirt, and that money will go towards building up our program, purchasing plants and supplies, etc. Additional club shirts can be purchased for $20. Fees can be paid via cash / check / or MySchoolBucks. Initial club fees paid via MySchoolBucks are $22 due to included service fees. (6-8)
Sarah Thompson and Sarah Langley Meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. Guys Read Book Club During Guys Read, we will read and discuss a variety of books that deal with adolescent males experiencing real-world situations, and how they meet, process, and hopefully overcome said situations. (6-8) Tyler Hall Meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. International Club
This club is for anyone who likes to learn about different cultures. Get hands on cultural experience in the International Club! (8)
Jacqueline Bordon Meets the 4th Friday of the month. Mighty Girls Book Club Based on the idea that our girls will be inspired by the girls and women featured in the contemporary middle grade and young adult literature selected. (6-8) Fabbi Bowen and Cassie Upshaw Meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. Orchestra
This club is for students who are already in orchestra with Ms. Davis. Students may sign up in class to come and receive extra help, retake assignments, or practice with a friend. (6-8)
Meets every Friday of the month. Photo Club
The goal is to provide an industrious environment for students to learn the duties and responsibilities of maintaining a successful club and to have fun exploring personal talents and photography experiences. There will be a teaching technique discussed each week as well as weekly challenge assignments. We want to have fun and learn at the same time! Phone cameras as well as other types of cameras are to be used. Activities will include learning to take photos and photo exhibits. (6-8)
Candace Matson Meets every other Tuesday after school. Science Olympiad If you enjoy science, then this is the club for you. In Science Olympiad you will compete with other students in science competitions. Students will meet during club time and also after school. Sarah Lasiter and Beth Pope Meets the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. STEAMIFY This club is for any student who is interested in being part of a team who would compete in the spring in one of the following competitions: Aeronautical Engineering, Dance, Rocketry, Science, Theatre, Computer Science, Debate, Visual Arts, Music, or Spoken Word. Some of these teams will compete virtually and others will compete live in March. Fees would only apply for teams that would travel to compete at Augusta University! (6-8) Sarah Thompson and Jaime Vandergrift Meets the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Step Team
Fosters sportsmanship and school spirit. (7-8)
Jessica Williams and Kendra Brown Practice after school as needed to promote school spirit at various sporting events and assemblies. Twirl Club Fosters physical fitness. (6-8) Melinda White Meets 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Writer's Cafe
The Writers Cafe is a club created to increase students’ love for creative writing. Students will work on their own short stories, raps, poetry, songs, etc. Students who are struggling with writing confidence can also receive assistance and feedback during this time. Finally, students struggling with anxiety or other issues will learn how to cope through writing and journaling. (6-8)
Jessica Williams Meets the 1st Friday of the month. Yearbook Club
Students in this club will help with picture submissions and articles for yearbook as well as cover design. (6-8)
Dionne Burnett Meets the 2nd Friday of the month.