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Clubs at SSMS

Spring Station has a bunch of clubs for students will all kinds of interests!  Check out the club list below, and if you think it might be something you’re interested in being a part of, contact the club sponsor!  Do you have an idea for a club?  See a counselor today!

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a national religious organization open to all students.  Meetings are held one Monday a month, during Power Monday (7:05-7:45 AM) in the auditorium.  The club is led by selected students who show leadership in their school and faith.

Fusion is a vocal group that is comprised of students from sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.  The students learn to use their vocal instrument to create a correct and pleasing singing sound.  In addition to learning proper vocal production and technique, students will also learn music-reading skills, sight-singing skills, and performance skills.  Fusion also offers opportunities for students to develop team building and leadership skills.  We meet once a week after school.

The SSMS Jazz Band consists of seventh and eighth grade band members.  This is a great opportunity for students to experience playing in a small ensemble.  We play pep music as well as jazz.

HOSA-Future Health Professionals is an international student led organization that allows members who are interested in health careers to learn more about health career opportunities, develop leadership skills and volunteer in the community. We meet Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30 PM at Summit High School.

  • Mrs. Asbury – Club Sponsor
There are are approximately 25 members of Student Council who work together to improve the school and the surrounding communities.  Student Council exists to help students hone their leadership skills through community service projects, fundraising, school improvement innovations, and working together!

Art Club is a program for students who have a sincere interest in art and would like to further pursue their interests.  This is an extra way for students to discover their visually creative style while having lots of fun.  A maximum of 28 students will be selected, with first preference going to 7th and 8th graders who are in good academic standing.  Students who are interested in this program will be required to fill out an application, submit an artwork of a self-portrait, and write an essay.  If accepted, there is a $40 supply fee.  Art Club primarily meets every other Wednesday from September to February.

Book club meets after school in the library, the second Monday of each month. This year, the reading list includes books mentioned in Because of Mr. Terupt.

The swim team is a club sport that is open to all 6th -8th grade students. The swim team is geared for students who have participated in a summer recreational swim team or are currently enrolled in a competitive swim team or swim program. Students must be able to swim 50 yards freestyle and 50 yards backstroke. Registration forms are due by October 5, 2016. The season runs from October 28 to January 28. For more information, contact Spring Station Middle School – 615.472-5080.