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"That the generation to come might know Him..." Psalm 78:6

Middle School Clubs

NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

This is an academic honor society for those students who have been invited to participate. Grade levels eligible are 7th-9th for the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). The Metrolina Christian Academy Calloway Chapter of the NJHS requires a numeric average of 95 or higher in order to be invited to apply. Students must also have attended MCA for a full year to be eligible.  Transfer NJHS students from another school can apply. Membership into NJHS will also be based upon careful consideration of scholarship, leadership, service, and Christian character by our faculty sponsors. Invitations to apply are sent to eligible students after the end of 2nd quarter each year. The annual NJHS Induction takes place in February.  
Sponsors: Mrs. Auvil and Mrs. Dow

M&M'S (MIDDLES & MENTORS)

This is a club where high school girls are partnered in small group with middle school girls through Godly mentorship and fellowship. Goals include forging friendships, encouragement, support, and strengthening of wise choices and good behavior. Leaders meet monthly to plan and the mentors will meet with their “mentees” on a regular basis. Possible activities may include monthly meetings (devotions, group time, crafts, games, etc.), fellowship parties, and a mini-sleepover. Sixth through eighth grade girls can join, ninth grade girls can join as junior mentors, and tenth through twelfth grade girls can join as mentors.
Sponsors:  Mrs. Sankowski, Ms. Howard, Mrs. Robinson, Ms. Gatrell, and Ms. Calloway

PRAISE & WORSHIP TEAM

This is a group of students who lead Praise and Worship for our Chapel Services.  Auditions are held at the beginning of the school year for vocalists and instrumentalists.
Sponsor:  Mr. Steve Strickland

STUDENT GOVERNMENT

The MCA Middle School Student Government will be comprised of an elected representative from each homeroom.  The student government meets regularly to discuss school issues and they coordinate numerous middle school service projects throughout the year.
Sponsors:  Mrs. Flowe and Mrs. Fox

PROJECT SERVE

Project Serve fulfills a need for service opportunities for parents, students, staff, and friends of the school that would impact Metrolina Christian Academy and our local community.

By following the model of servant leadership provided by Jesus Christ, MCA provides an opportunity for all to live out Ephesians 2:10 which states, “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”  Project Serve has two main areas of service: service opportunities for families and student service projects.

ODYSSEY OF THE MIND

This is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competition on the local, state, and World level. Thousands of teams from throughout the U.S. and from about 25 other countries participate in the program.
Sponsors:  Ms. Gatrell and Mrs. Seward

MATH COUNTS

Math Counts is an organization that engages middle schoolers in challenging math problems in a fun and encouraging environment. This club provides experiences which build confidence in a student's mathematical abilities and promote a positive attitude toward math. Children in 6th through 8th grades may attend.  The club meets on Friday mornings from 7:25 until 7:55 in Mrs. Sadler’s room (Modular B room 3).    
Sponsors: Mrs. Hacker and Mrs. Sadler.

EXPLORE

The EXPLORE program at Metrolina Christian Academy celebrates that all students are "fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139:14) and that every one of His children is a unique masterpiece of His creative genius.  The program currently is for 6th grade students and is created to provide challenges for those who desire "out of the box" opportunities.  EXPLORE provides an environment and activities designed to stimulate high level critical thinking, problems solving, research skills, and creative thinking.

Invitation Requirements

The following evaluative data is considered when inviting students to be a part of EXPLORE classes:

  • Qualifying Standardized Test Scores:  Reading/Math Achievement Scores and Verbal/Nonverbal Cognitive Scores
  • Psychoeducational Evaluation


All students are considered for EXPLORE Enrichment Classes every year.
Sponsors:  Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Bond
 

CAMPUS UNITED/YCI

This club exists to glorify Christ at MCA and outside of school in order to be more united as the body of Christ.  CU/YCI is open to all students grades 6th through 12th for worship and discipleship on Friday mornings at 7:30am in the student center.
Sponsors:  Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Davis