We will post information about several after school opportunities on this page.
Mathematics Competition Team
Is your Seahawk interested in joining the math club? Please complete this link. Practices will be held on Mondays after school from 3 - 4 pm. In the spring, we will compete in a math competition at Georgia Southern University! The first club meeting will meet August 28th. Please contact Melissa Watkins, email@example.com, or Marcus Dillion, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Georgia Technology Student Association
TSA chapters take the study of STEM beyond the classroom and give students the chance to pursue academic challenges among friends with similar goals and interests. Together, TSA chapter members work on competitive events, learn and apply leadership skills, and may attend field trips, conferences at the state, regional, and national levels.
Our next TSA meeting will be Wednesday, August 16 and is open to all new and returning members, as well as those interested in joining. Please stop by Mrs. Axelsson's room to pick up a permission form to attend.
TSA Permission slip 23-24.pdf
Family, Careers, and Community Leaders of America
Family, Careers, and Community Leaders of America, also known as FCCLA, is a national student organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences curriculum in Georgia Schools. FCCLA encourages personal growth, prepares for careers, fosters family and community involvement, and helps students become leaders!
Students are encouraged to participate and compete in FCCLA programs throughout the year.
FCCLA members must be enrolled or previously enrolled in FACS (Family and Consumer Science) class to compete and/or participate in FCCLA conferences.
Want to learn more about FCCLA? Please email email@example.com.
FFA - Future Farmers of America
Future Farmers of America, or FFA, is a dynamic youth organization whose mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
Any student in grades 7-12 who is enrolled in an agriculture course is eligible to join FFA. More than 70% of national members are from rural non-farm, urban, and suburban areas.
Members participate in a wide range of agricultural science education activities, including team and individual competitions. During the 2022-23 school year, Coastal participated in the following team competitions- Veterinary Science, Nursey Landscape, Poultry Judging and Dairy Evaluation, as well as the Agriscience Fair. This year we will compete in many of the same competitions, looking to improve on last year's performance as well as adding community service projects and a trip to he Georgia National Fair in October.
Our FFA advisor is Mrs. Cameron, our Agriculture teacher. Her contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a story to tell? Are you interested in creative writing? Thinking of being a published author one day? Please consider joining the Deep Writing Project! This is a phenomenal opportunity to explore our lives and the human spirit through writing.
We'll meet every Thursday afternoon beginning in September until 4:30 in room 41. There are limited seats, so the roster will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you miss out on this semester, we will start over in January.
If you want to join, please complete this Google form, and Ms. McCullen will be in touch.
Do you like to play ball? All students and skill levels welcomed. This club will offer students an opportunity to play a variety of sports.
The club will meet September - November on Wednesdays from 3 - 4 pm. Students will get picked up in the front of the school at 4 pm. All participants must have a sports physical on file.
Please click here to complete the interest form and receive more information.
This year, Ms. Love will be sponsoring a Science Olympiad team. Please complete the google form below if you are interested in participating. Students who join will participate in one 90-minute practice each week in preparation for specific competition events. Regional scrimmages will happen in October and official competitions will begin in March, with the opportunity to progress to state and national events. This is a fun, hands-on way to engage with science and is a great opportunity to build your portfolio for high school choice programs. Check out the list of events below to see if any interest you!
Science Olympiad Interest Form
Middle School E-Sports
CMS is proud to announce that we are hosting an e-sports club this year! If your child loves video games, this is a perfect opportunity. E-sports programs engage students and prepare them for careers in STEM-related fields or other e- sports-related jobs. Students who participate in e-sports also develop soft skills, such as teamwork, good sportsmanship, strategic thinking, and leadership. Over 16 million e-sports scholarships are given out each year by more than 200 colleges and universities (nacesports.com).
Students that join the Seahawk E-sports club will compete in the Fall 2023 competitive season through the North America Scholastic E-sports Federation. Please have students stop by Mr. Prince's room (Room 39) to fill out an interest form, or complete from this link. Contact Mr. Prince directly at email@example.com with questions. Registration begins this week. Game on!