FAIRHOPE MIDDLE SCHOOL CLUBS
Sponsor: Mrs. Leila Welch
club is open to all students who have the desire to help our handicapped
students by offering friendship and support. Members are involved in school
activities with the students as well as community events like the
Special Olympics. The club meets monthly.
Mrs. Lisa Cadwell
Priority is a non-denominational gathering of students leading in prayer and bible
study. They meet every Wednesday morning before school in the Library Loft.
There is not “membership” and everyone is welcome to attend.
Sponsors: Mrs. Tonya Harrelson, Mrs. Melody Early, Mrs. Erica Lee
Students must be in 7th or 8th grade to qualify. Qualifications include an overall 3.5 GPA with no discipline record. In addition to scholarship, students must also demonstrate character, leadership, service and citizenship attributes. If students have met the academic requirement and have no discipline record, the faculty then votes on membership.
Sponsor: Mrs. Kathryn Doyle and Mrs. Chesley Bowling
are 25 eighth grade Peer Helpers. Peer
Helpers are chosen based upon completed applications, 3 teacher
recommendations, a screening process by the Counselors, and required interviews for selected students.
Peer Helpers may be involved in peer tutoring, mentoring, and peer mediation.
Peer Helpers are chosen in April/May each year, and are trained in August/September.
Peer Helpers meet weekly during the school year. The Peer Helper Program is funded by the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation.
Sponsor: Mrs. Kim Cooper and Mrs. Karen Bartl
Fairhope Middle Scholar’s Bowl Team competes in both Baldwin and Mobile Counties
against other Middle Schools answering questions on all topics of
knowledge. Students “audition” to join the team the second week of the
school year by taking a test of trivia type questions. The 2010/2011 team
earned the opportunity to compete at both the County and State level. The
2011/2012 team won first place at the University of South Alabama Super
Tournament – competing against teams from Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia
Counties. The team brought home three trophies, numerous medals, a $1000
check, and $100 for each team member. The 2013/2014 Scholar’s Bowl team won
second place in the Baldwin County Middle School Tournament. The 2014/2015 Scholar's Bowl team won the County Championship!
Sponsor: Mrs. Janice Kinard
Science Club is open to all 7th and 8th graders in good standing (students with behavior issues need not apply!) The cost is $15 for the entire year. The club meets once a month during the school year. Listen for the announcements in September, and pick up an application.
Sponsors: Mrs. Debbie Brett and Mrs. Kathryn Doyle
WHAT WE STAND FOR
•Motto: Building leaders
•Vision: To develop competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service.
What is FBLA? FBLA stands for Future Business Leaders of America.
It is a professional student organization that is available in a majority of schools across America.
FBLA has three main aspects:
Social- We get to know each other and have lots of fun
Professional- We learn new things about business, attend conferences, and work on job skills.
Community Service- We give back to the community that has given us so much.
What does FBLA do?
The Fairhope Middle School Student Government (SGA) is a voice for students' academic and social interests. The SGA representatives serve as a liaison between the students, teachers, and administrators at Fairhope Middle School. Homerooms vote for their SGA representative, and meetings are held after school.