Clubs and Organizations

  • Junior high is a wonderful time for students. In order for students to have the best experience at Harwood, we strongly encourage all students to join at least one club, organization or team. It is important for students to be involved in a positive activity outside the regular school day. Below is a current list of the club offerings at Harwood.

    Debate Club – Garrett Schooling Attention all students who like to debate! Debate Club might be the place for you! In Debate Club, we discuss many different topics from animal testing to school policy and everything in between. If you would like to join, stop by Mr. Schooling’s room, G116, on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 7:55-8:15. No signup required!

    Dungeons and Dragons Club – Frank LeCocq Are you interested in slaying vicious monsters, hunting for lost treasures or exploring strange forgotten lands? The D&D Club is actively recruiting brave and cunning adventurers to join the party. D&D Club meets every Tuesday from 3:40-4:40 in room F104.

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Carter Cleveland FCA's mission is "to lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and His church." Its vision is "to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.” Meetings are every other Thursday in room H111 with Coach Cleveland from 7:55 a.m-8:15 a.m.

    Gardening Club - Sarah Bell, Kate Hackworth and Natalie Smith Are you interested in growing your gardening skills and general knowledge of plants? Join our Gardening Club with Ms. Bell, Mrs. Hackworth and Mrs. Smith. Come grow your own happiness in E103 every Tuesday from 3:40-4:40 p.m. 

    Gay-Straight Alliance – Tamara Cook and Sarah Oldenburg Welcome to the GSA! This is a club where you cannot only be yourself, but be true to yourself. We provide a safe, supportive environment for all students. You will get to talk about yourself as a person and be a supporter to your fellow peers. We strive to learn from each other, and respect others and their role in the community. This club's desire is to be a safe place for all students. GSA meets from 3:40-4:40 p.m. on Tuesdays in Mrs. Oldenburg’s room, H101. 

    MakerSpace Club – Wendy Baggs In the library at 7:55 a.m. on the days when Mrs. Baggs is on campus, MakerSpace is a fun environment where kids can build, create and explore. Look for the sign in the courtyard or check in the library to see if MakerSpace is happening and join us!

    National Junior Honor Society – Heather Cooley and Kate Hackworth We induct new members (7th and 8th graders) every spring. Students must have a 90 overall average in their core classes as well as be recommended by their teachers. We do service projects for the school and community throughout the school year. Meetings are on the first Thursday of every month at 8:00 a.m. in H103.

    Neurodiversity Acceptance Club - Ms. Davis and Mrs. Kellenberger Are you neurodivergent? Are you neurotypical but want to learn more about neurodiversity? Come down to the Neurodiversity Acceptance Club where we discuss neurodiversity and topics surrounding it! Meetings are held every other Friday after school from 3:35 p.m.-4:15 p.m. in room F101. 

    Student Council – Kate Hackworth Student Council is open to students in all grades. Students can join any time during the school year by coming to get a permission slip and having their parents sign it. Student Council is involved in hosting two dances a year, charity work, leadership skills and leadership conferences, fundraising, school spirit initiatives and helping with other campus needs. Meetings are Wednesdays in H103 before school at 8:00 a.m. and, for 7th graders in athletics, after school at 3:45 p.m.

    Tennis Club – Natalie Smith Tennis is for 7th or 8th grade Harwood students who would like to compete against the other district junior high schools in tennis. Participants don’t need previous experience or any equipment but do need a current physical. The season starts in December and ends in March. We hold 2-3 one-hour practices a week after school. Listen for announcements in November for more information about meetings/practices or see Mrs. Smith in room E104.

    Yearbook – Kate Hackworth Do you like taking pictures? Writing stories? Are you interested in capturing all of the wonderful memories at Harwood this year? If so, please see Mrs. Hackworth in H103 for more information on joining the yearbook!