Here are examples of Clubs and Activities that are offered. Dates and times are typical and may change for the upcoming school year. Watch for updates. We will post updated information at the beginning of the school year.


Art ClubArt Club is a group that allows students to focus on creating their own artwork in a supportive and creative environment.Ms. HoadleyWednesdays 4:45 to 5:30 Art Room
Campbell Culinary ClubThe Culinary Club allows students to learn basic cooking skills and specific cooking styles.Ms. Stover, Ms. Jackson, and Dr. JonesWednesdays (2x Month) 4:45 to 5:30 Room 405
Chess ClubChess club combines educational and social activities.  Members come to play, to learn, to teach for improvement.  Mrs. PolTuesdays 4:15 to 5:30 Media Center
Cobb Student Leadership Academy Cobb Student Leadership Academy (CSLA) develops leadership skills within students and encourages them to positively impact their community. This academy provides a unique opportunity for all stakeholders to facilitate the growth of innovative student ideas, moving them from idea to practice. Home - CSLA (cobbstudentleadershipacademy.com)Ms. GroebnerTBD Room 305
Dance ClubDance Club gives students with little to no advanced dancing skills a chance to express themselves musically through movement / expression. Ms. Gorrell and Ms. GrantThursdays 4:45 to 5:30 Multipurpose Room 
Drama Club The theater arts club gives students an outlet for interests that go beyond acting and instills creativity and self-expression as well as nourishing the imagination. Ms. YoungbloodWednesdays 4:40 to 5:30 Theater & Room 105
Dungeons & Dragons ClubDungeons and Dragons is a cooperative storytelling game that encourages problem-solving, teamwork, and creative thinking. Students will join together with a group and battle monsters, navigate challenges and puzzles, and save the world!Mr. WamstedThursdays 4:30 to 5:30 Room 210 4:45-6:00
Elite Gentlemen's Consortium (ECG)    The EGC is dedicated to removing the negative social labels attached to young men via role models, mentoring, and collaborative partnerships.Mr. Jacobs, Mr. Clairizer and Mr. FloydWednesdays 4:30 to 6:00 Cafeteria
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)FBLA inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.Dr. Smith1st Friday (Monthly) 8:15 to 8:45 E09
Geography BeeAn annual geography contest sponsored by the National Geographic Society. The bee, held annually since 1989, was open to students in the fourth through eighth grades in participating schools from the U.S.Ms. PolFridays 8:15 – 9:00  Parent Resource Room
IB Club Is a club for 6th-8th graders who are seeking to enhance their IB experience at Campbell Middle School. Students will engage in a variety of learning experiences to help them become strong community members with a global perspective.Dr. Whipple, Ms. Stewart and Ms. CassaroThursdays (2x Month) 4:30 to 5:00 Room 201 Room 508
Jazz BandThe Jazz Band studies a variety of jazz styles. Placing emphasis on playing, music reading, and improvisation.Ms. Byrdsong and Ms. KeslerMondays  8:15 Band Room
Kindness ClubThe kindness club helps kids to feel connected to their peers in a special way. Doing good produces feel-good hormones and helps them to bond as they work on projects to make other people happy.Ms. PolMondays 8:15 to 9:00 Parent Resource Room
Lady SpartansThe Lady Spartans Clubs is a socially based club that strives to push each and every female student to be the best possible student they can be!Ms. Sellers, Ms. Harris, and Ms. Beecher2nd Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 Cafeteria
 Minecraft ClubStudents will be able to recreate a number of real-life structures in-game, while learning about a variety of important topics including architecture, physical, and circuitry.Mr. ReidThursdays 4:10 to 5:30 Media Center
National Junior Honor SocietyNJHS inspires it students’ commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.Mr. Daniel2nd Thursday (Monthly) 8:15 to 8:45 Room 205
Photography Club The Photography club will provide an outlet for the expression of artistry, life, creativity. It will foster sharing of skills, ideas and experiences. The club will also provide instruction and mentoring in/through photography. Students will support the school in capturing her history and events over time through images.Ms. Osakwe 
Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30 to 5:30
CMS Reading Bowl Team
The Campbell Middle School Reading Bowl Team is a competitive reading club where students read from a select list of books as part of a competitive reading program like Jr. Tome Society, Read for the Record, Battle of the Books, and Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl.  Depending on competition placement, the team has the potential to advance to the regional and state competitions.
Ms. Pol and Mr. Reid

Every Thursday at 8:30AM 9:15AM in Media Center. Parent permission form provides more details about the club:

Parent Permission Form

Robotics Team
The Robotics Team this year is focused on the Cobb County Fly Girls Program. The team is open to any student who has previously been a member of Fly Girls at CMS or from their elementary school.  Team members learn how to fly, code and operate drones safely. More opportunities for students will be available in the Spring of 2024.
Ms. Dubick
Tuesdays Room 203
Science OlympiadScience Olympiad is a highly competitive STEM competition at the local and state level.  The team is comprised of 15 students that compete in 23 different events.Ms. DubickMondays/Wednesdays  4:30-6:00 Room 103
Soccer ClubSoccer club’s purpose is to develop individual and team soccer excellence in order to compete at the highest level each individual and team is capable.Mr. Vilanova 
Mondays 4:45 to 6:00 Back Soccer Field
Spartan Lit SocietyThe Campbell Middle School Spartan Lit Society is a reading initiative that promotes positive self-esteem, leadership skills, character ethics, critical thinking skills, creativity, and imagination in the digital age. It is modelled after the Jr. Tome Student Literacy Society, a Georgia-based, non-profit student literary organization. For more information about the Tome Society, visit https://tomesociety.orgMr. Reid
Step TeamThe step team puts on performances that involve drill-team moves, clapping, stomping, and allows steppers to use their bodies to create rhythms.Mr. ParkerTuesdays/Thursdays 4:30 to 5:30 Theater
TSA (Technology Students Association)
The Technology Student Association develops skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as well as business education. TSA aims to develop leadership, academic, and business management skills.
Ms. Jackson

Mondays (Monthly)

4:30 to 5:30

Room E10

Yearbook ClubStudents will focus on the construction of the yearbook. Taking pictures, layouts, cropping, writing, and selling advertisements.Ms. Ellis, Ms. Hales, Kenny Clairizerand Ms. WalkerWednesdays Room 204