SCMS Clubs and Academic Organizations

  • Brain Bowl and Black History & Cultural Brain Bowl

    Exciting and nail-biting competitions are what students have to look forward to as they test their knowledge against students from all over the county in competitions, covering an assortment of facts & trivia.

    Brain Bowl Sponsors: Ellen Pearson & Matt Rousseau
    Black History & Cultural Brain Bowl Sponsor: Florida Dobson


    The squad is open to any 6th to 8th grade student. The squad performs in a variety of school events such as football games, basketball games and pep rallies, as well as local parades. Representing Swift Creek Middle School with pride!

    Sponsor: Tonya Givens


    The dance team (Wolfettes) is open to any 6th to 8th grade student. The squad performs in a variety of school events such as football games, basketball games and pep rallies. The Wolfettes represent Swift Creek Middle School with pride!

    Sponsors: Isabel Mazyck and Shannon Mitchell

    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes

    FCA helps promote a positive direction for youth through Bible study, song, and an assortment of social interaction activities. You do not have to be an athlete.

    Sponsor: Kelly Lynch

    Foreign Language Club

    The Foreign Language Club is organized to promote opportunities for students to explore cultures, primarily areas in which Spanish and Portuguese are spoken. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Big Bend Foreign Language Exposition and State Competition.

    Sponsor: TBA

    Math Club

    Students interested in the chance to test their Mathematical expertise against others (individual & team) will love the challenge of MATHCOUNTS, Mini Mu competitions, and Mu Alpha Theta, (algebra and geometry only). The SCMS Math Club meets on Monday afternoons from 3:55 - 4:55, beginning September 22, 2014 in room 506-A

    Sponsor: TBA

    National Junior Honor Society

    National Junior Honor Society is made up of a select group of students that shows exceptional academic and citizenship performance as well as community service participation. This group is made up of 7th and 8th grade students that were given invitations to apply to be considered to be in NJHS during the first few weeks of the 4th grading period. Once the applications are completed and returned, a selection committee makes the final decision as to who will be part of the NJHS for Swift Creek. In May there is an NJHS Induction Ceremony for those students selected. The following year the group is involved in school and community service projects.

    Sponsors: Caroline Simpkins and Julie Strickland


    Student Government is comprised of elected representatives from the student body who become involved with a variety of school and community service projects. In addition, they represent the student body at PTSO & SAC meetings, attend leadership seminars, and promote goodwill throughout the school, providing a variety of very popular and rewarding activities.

    Sponsors: Sarah Brown & James DeStefano

    Sign Language Club

    Did you know that Sign Language is one of the most popular languages in the country? We have 30 energetic and curious students who are learning basic American Sign Language every second and fourth Wednesday of each month. These students are quickly learning basic skills that allow them to communicate with those who use American Sign Language on a regular basis. The learning environment is fun, challenging, and rewarding for everyone involved. You are welcome to join us! Sign Language is fun!

    Sponsors: Florida Dobson


    (Students Working Against Tobacco) Be a part of a winning team that saves thousands of lives.

    Sponsor: Lynnita Lucas

    Wolfpack Runners

    The Wolfpack Runners Club offers students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to stay fit in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere. Members range from beginning runners to experienced competitive runners.

    Sponsor: Bev Touchton & Matt Rousseau

    Wrestling Club

    The club will allow students a chance to be exposed to wrestling and learn from some of the top wrestlers and coaches in the state. We hope to take advantage of the club to not only promote wrestling skills, but also values such as discipline, hard work, teamwork, and persistence.

    Sponsor: Robert Hanna