Middle School Clubs
These clubs are available for middle school students. A list of these along with a description are also available in the Middle School Handbook.
- Battle of the Books
- Chess Club
- Creative Writing / Young Poets
- FCA - Fellowship of Chrisitan Athletes
- Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
- Jr. BETA
- Student Council
- Visual Arts Club
- Yarn Club
Students read and compete with trivia with a set book list. We will compete with each other and have tournaments with other schools! Students can form their own teams of 3-5 students or they can sign up and let the librarian place them on a team. Practices will be after school every other Wednesday. Sign up in the library.
To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church.
Who can attend huddle meetings?
FCA Is not just for Athletes but a platform used to facilitate sharing the word of Jesus Christ? Anyone can attend but must know that We will be studying the word of God, while sharing the Love of Jesus Christ. FCA IS student led and FCA leaders and members must remember THEY ARE REPRESENTING AND FOLLOWER OF JESUS CHRIST.
MEETINGS will be held Wednesday mornings 7:30a.m. In the Library or Auxiliary gym for games, food, fellowship, and Worship.
FBLA-Middle Level is for middle school students who want to get a jump start on building their resume and/or who are interested in learning more about business and traveling and competing at regional, state and national competition. See Mrs. Baucom in M146 or Mrs. Staggs in A120 for more information.
Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
Developing the leaders of tomorrow
Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others
• Maintain a 90 or above in each core class (Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies)
• Complete 8 service hours per semester
• Display model character traits
• Attend monthly meetings
• Donate items to Junior Beta club as needed (concession items for dances, etc.)
• Adhere to the National Beta Club Constitution (http://www.betaclub.org/constitution.php)
• Adhere to the White House Heritage and Robertson County student guidelines as outlined in the handbook
• National Dues: $25.00
The Heritage Robotics program consist of multiple teams, each designing and building their own robot to compete. Robotics has a focus on engineering, mathematics, computer programming, teamwork, and 21st century Skills.
Students are challenged through the Engineering Design Process to define needs, develop ideas, create prototypes, and test their creations in internal and external competitions. During this process, students will learn time management, stress management, creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Students are expected to participate in all fundraising activities.
Student Council is a student-based organization designed to promote school spirit and leadership among students. Council members will serve as good examples of behavior through their words and actions. They will be expected to organize, plan, and participate in activities, which will serve to enhance the quality of both the physical and behavior environment of the school.