Clubs and Programs

A quality education goes beyond putting pen to paper—it engages students in wholesome, worthwhile activities where they learn critical social protocols and life skills. A well-rounded education helps children succeed as they mature into confident and well-adjusted teens.

Clubs

Above That Club
Advisor – Patti Schultz
The purpose of Above That Club is to educate and inspire students to stay away from negative influences. All FHMS students are welcome to join. This free club is all about having fun in a positive environment free of negative influences. We meet the first Monday of every month after school. Students riding the bus home at 3:30 p.m. must have a signed permission slip on file.

Art Club
Advisor - Tracy Perry
Art Club is open to all FHMS and Four Peaks students who are interested in broadening their art skills. Meetings take place the second, third, and fourth Tuesday of each month from 2:30–4:30 p.m. Four Peaks students attend from 3:30–4:30 p.m.

Builders Club / K-Kids
Advisor - Marcia Hoenle
Sponsored by the Noon Kiwanis Club, the purpose of Builders Club is to teach leadership, friendship, and working together on projects. Learning to give back to family, school, and community are also of the utmost importance. We meet for one hour after school on the first and third Wednesday of each month. See Mrs. Beck for additional information. 

Drama Club
Advisor - Adrienne Larsen
All FHMS students are invited to join the Drama Club. No prior acting experience is required. Students will gain acting experience and perform in various school events. Meetings are twice a month on Tuesdays after school from 2:30–3:30 p.m. in room 305. The club fee is $20, and we require a signed parent permission slip. Permission slips are available at the front office. 

Earthquest Science Club
Advisor - Sharin Manes
Earthquest is open to all eighth grade students who wish to explore ideas and challenges in science and make a difference in our world.

Fashion and Crafts Club
Advisor - Adrienne Larsen
The History of Fashion and Crafts Club is open to all students who are interested in learning about fashion, creating crafts, and learning basic sewing skills. Meetings are twice a month on Tuesdays after school from 2:30–3:30 p.m. in room 305. The club fee is $20, and we require a signed parent permission slip. Permission slips are available at the front office.  

Robotics Club
Advisors - Mary McDonald and Ivy Violette

Robotics Club, which is open to 4th and 5th graders, meets every Tuesday and Thursday before school. The club offers students opportunities to work in teams. The teams build robots, adjust the bots to meet certain criteria and obstacles that will be a part of the challenge for the year, and maintain a notebook with all designs and changes made to the robots. The students use powerful, engaging tools to explore exciting challenges that enhance their knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In addition to building robots, each team will work on a STEM research project that they will present to judges at competition.

Running Club
Advisor - Mary McDonald

Running Club is open to all 4th and 5th graders and meets Wednesday and Friday mornings before school. Students will learn warm-ups, stretches, and will run progressively longer distances, building up to running at least a mile up to 3.1 miles (5k). Discussion of hydration, nutrition, running etiquette, and sportsmanship will be included. Members will be invited to participate in the Fountain Hills Thanksgiving Turkey Trot and the Mountain to Fountain 5k races.

Stargazers 
Advisor - Toni Kelly
Stargazers Club is open to seventh grade students attending AstroCamp. Meeting times and days TBA.

Student Government (Middle School) 
Advisor - Amanda Baca
Student government will meet at least two times a month. Meeting times and days TBA.