Looking for something fun to do at school? Consider joining a club!

Club NameDescriptionSponsor
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The National Junior Beta Club is a student group dedicated to academic excellence, mentoring, and community service. The Pine Mountain Middle School Junior Beta Club will meet to discuss service projects within the school and the community. Beta club is a great opportunity for students to get involved, make friends, and grow as an individual through participation. National Junior Beta club is based on student GPA (Grade Point Average) and is by invitation to student based on the grade criteria. The grade criteria for Junior Beta Club is 3.25 at this time.
Ms. Green
Chess ClubChess club will allow students with the common interest of chess an opportunity to gather and play. Chess club will occur about twice a month on Thursday’s. We will meet after school from 4:15pm to 5:15pm. See 6th grade Mrs. Snell for a permission form and a list of dates.
Mr. Hoover, Ms. K. Snell, and Mr. Ivey
CSLA: Cobb Student Leadership Academy 

CSLA provides PMMS students an opportunity and access to improve their public and research skills as well as to encourage them to question and discuss important topics. Students participate in mock debate and learn formal debate format. CSLA meets every other Tuesday from 4:15 – 5:15 PM. 

Ms. Mickus and Ms. Cruz-Gonzalez
Debate Club

Pine Mountain Middle School Debate Club will meet after school every other Tuesday during the school year. The purpose of our club is to work with students on public speaking and higher order thinking with a focus on formal debate. Clubs help students become and remain a part of their school and help prepare them for future high school success.

We meet in room #1803 on the sixth-grade hall from 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students will need a ride home at 5:15 p.m. It is important that all students are picked up prior to 5:30 p.m. after each meeting.

Ms. Mickus and Ms. Cruz-Gonzalez
FLY (Front Line Youth)

FLY stands for: Front Line Youth. FLY is a club open to all students that encourages them to take their place on the front line of issues that youths face in middle school. It is sponsored by North Star Church and it has a Bible study component that meets on Wednesdays. There is also an active component where students are encouraged to play sports, learn leadership skills, and discuss problems that middle schoolers face on every other Friday. We look forward to seeing you.
Ms. Taylor
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International Culture and Cuisine Club

ICCC meets Tuesdays from 4:15-5:15 in room 1614 to share food, music, language, and ideas from around the world. We also host an International Night from the Pine Mountain community each year. Come eat, talk, laugh, and learn with us!

Ms. Skow and Ms. Graves
Iron Sharpens IronLeadership and mentoring for boys, students will meet once a week to explore characteristics of young male leaders today. Through discussions, role play activities, readings, and other activities, students will identify strategies necessary for success as growing adolescents. Students will learn strategies to deal with stress, solve problems, improve study skills and develop strong leadership skills.
Ms. Brooks
Journalism Club

Extra, Extra! Read All About It! The Pine Mountain Middle School Journalism Club meets on Tuesday mornings from 8:15-8:45 and creates one publication each semester. The club provides a great opportunity for students who are interested in writing, reporting and multimedia production to hone their skills and grow their portfolio. Requirements: The ability to display a passion for the written word and a drive to cover stories near and dear to the Mustang community! 

Ms. Brown
Media Mustangs
This program is an opportunity for students who enjoy working in the Media Center. Responsibilities include shelving books, maintaining media center computers, and more! Applications are taken in August and January; members must maintain a B average and all satisfactory conduct grades. Training is provided. Students will be assigned a day of the week to work from 8:50 until 9:10am.
Ms. Harris and Ms. Lee
National Junior Honor SocietyNational Jr. Honor Society-Students are selected based on merit and academic achievement.

News TeamA daily broadcast is presented each morning at 9:15am. Students must apply for a position on the team and be able to arrive at school by 8:30 a.m. during their training period. Applications are due to Mrs. Harris by Friday, August 25, 2023.Ms. Harris
Sources of StrengthPeer leaders and caring adults/advocates to impact their world through connection, hope, help, and strength. Helps prevent suicide, violence, bullying and substance abuse by training peer leaders on signs to look for and what do when things are reported to them.
Ms. Brooks
Student CouncilStudent Council-Open to all grade levels, this club is a project-based school improvement format.
Ms. Mickus and Ms. Cruz-Gonzalez