We want to welcome our students and encourage them to be involved in our campus. Here is information to help you get to know ACMS!
Clubs and Organizations:
There are several organizations in which students may participate:
- Arbor Creek Environmental Club (ACE)
- Book Club
- Circle of Friends
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
- National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
- Student Council (STUCO)
- WEB Mentor Program
Students participating in these organizations are expected to have outstanding character and be a leader at ACMS. School clubs and organizations play an important part in middle school. The plans, activities, and functions of each organization are decided upon and carried out by the members and the elected officers, with the guidance of an advisor.
2nd and 4th Wednesday
Room 303 Eagles' Nest
Barbara Vanikiotis firstname.lastname@example.org
Joiann Renee email@example.com
The purpose of the ACE club is the make the world a better place by working on projects and activities focused upon the environment. Club efforts will contribute to "Go Green" awareness at ACMS.
Dan Mannering firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Wilson email@example.com
Read and discuss books with friends
Every Thursday Eagle Time
Circle of friends is a social inclusion program for students with disabilities of all ages that establishes an understanding and acceptance of differences on school campuses and community life, decreasing bullying and erasing the lines between disabled and not disabled.
Every Thursday 8:10 am
FCA is an international organization that focuses on equipping, empowering and encouraging coaches, athletes/students and all they influence to impact the world for Jesus Christ.
See NJHS website
Kimberly Huneycutt firstname.lastname@example.org
NJHS is a student led service organization that encourages citizenship, creates enthusiasm for scholarship, and promotes leadership. Membership is by invitation only.
First Wednesday of the month 4:10pm OR
First Friday of the month at 8:15am
Student Council is a student-based civic organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. Students participating in all levels of the Council will maintain a high standard of personal conduct. Council members will demonstrate leadership qualities by serving as good examples of behavior through their words and actions.
Where Everyone Belongs Mentor Program
WEB is a Mentor program that selects qualified 8th grade students to mentor the incoming 6th grade students. The WEB Leaders work with the 6th grade students on a variety of topics including study skills, time management, utilizing the tools of Canvas, opportunities for involvement at ACMS, and above all getting acclimated in middle school.