Clubs

Drama Club

Drama club sponsors the after school productions at Blackmon Road Middle School. In the 2016-2017 school year we sponsored two productions, a fall play and spring musical. Each production has a separate audition. If you are cast in the production you will receive a rehearsal schedule. You do not have to be onstage to be in Drama Club. We have many off stage jobs. In addition, throughout the year we will have various meetings to learn theatre skills that are process based rather than production based. This opportunity is perfect for students who were unable to get the Theatre Arts elective.

FBLA

Future Business Leaders of America

Open to all students!


Meeting Times:  First Thursday of each month, 8:15 am

One time cost:  $20 (includes national, state, local dues and t-shirt)

Sponsor:  Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Computer Teacher

This club does various social and community service activities.  We learn about various “business-type” subjects at our monthly meetings.  Students may choose to compete at the Region and State levels in a variety of business subjects.  Also, students can strive for earning a Middle Achievement Program pin by getting involved in our activities.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets every Thursday morning from 8:20 to 8:40. We are one of the largest FCA Huddles in the area with regular attendance of about 45 students and on occasion we have had as many as 90 students attend. We have a time of worship, prayer and Bible Study. Students also participate in community service projects as part of FCA.  

Golf Club

 

The BRMS Golf Club is open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who know how to play the golf and already have match play golf experience. All players must have their own bag and clubs. There is a fall team and a spring team for which golfers must tryout each season. The program is run by the Columbus Valley Middle School (CVMS) Golf League, which serves every middle school golfer with the highest level of sincerity, fairness, courtesy, and respect through The First Tee core values.

There is currently a participation fee of $80 to cover costs for each match and tournament sponsored by the CVMS. Fees are paid at the beginning of each season, as well as the price of a team shirt, if needed.

There are Varsity, JV, and B-team divisions. Tryouts are usually held in late August for the fall season and late February for the spring season. Each season consists of a 2-hour rules seminar, practices, 6 regular season matches, and a City Championship tournament. The top 24 golfers from the city in the fall league will compete in a Chairman’s Cup tournament held at Green Island Country Club, and the top 16 golfers from the city in the spring league will participate in a Sweet Sixteen tournament held at Columbus Country Club and Green Island Country Club.

For more information, please contact Mrs. L. Snipes by email at Snipes.Amanda.L@muscogee.k12.ga.us.

National Jr. Beta Club

The National Jr. Beta Club is a student-centered organization that continually develops and nurtures individuals by providing opportunities and experiences enabling them to demonstrate the ideals of CHARACTER, ACHIEVEMENT, SERVICE and LEADERSHIP in a global community. 

Jr. Beta members are selected and inducted during their 6th grade year.  Students will remain members of Jr. Beta Division One throughout middle school as long as all requirements are being met. Students must maintain an overall average of 90 or above.  Grades will be checked at the end of each Semester. Academic achievement is only one criteria of Jr. Beta.  Students must also have the recommendations of their teachers.  Final selections for membership will be at the discretion of the club sponsor.

Members of Beta are expected to attend all called meetings, activities, and social events. Beta members will be responsible for a selected amount of service hours each school year to remain eligible. Setting examples through model behavior and helping others are key to becoming a member of the Jr. Beta Club.

Junior Marshall Program

 

  The Junior Marshal Program is a mentoring program for a selected group of Muscogee County Middle School students to foster character development, prevent delinquent behavior and provide positive interaction between public safety personnel, students and their parents.
Click here for more information.

Poetry Slam Club

The Poetry Slam Club gives students opportunities to learn to express themselves in written form and how to become a better speaker, story-teller, and presenter. Students also have opportunities to present at poetry slam events through our collaboration with the group Fountain City Poetry Slam, which works with youths in other middle and high schools to do live shows for the public in downtown Columbus.

 

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is a club where students get to explore their scientist sides! For the 2017-18 school year, we will have two teams of 15, plus four alternates. We are planning on meeting during ILT every day, and MANDATORY after school practices, day to be announced. More practices will be added after Christmas break. This is an awesome team!
We placed 2nd at Regionals for the 2016-17 school year!

 

Student Council

Blackmon Road Middle School Student Council aims to prepare our future leaders as global citizens.  A few of our objectives and activities over various school years and moving into the future are as follows:

  • Global Citizenship – Projects that engage students to better understand their roles and opportunities as involved and informed citizens
  • Civic Engagement – Projects that raise awareness or engage in civic-based activities (Positive Social Change – Projects that raise awareness of or engage others in activities addressing identified social issues in the school and community (e.g. Random Acts of Kindness Week, Mix it Up day, etc.) 
  • Empathetic Actions and Wellness – Projects that assist people in need or crisis, or improve the environment (e.g. Clothing/Food drives, Care packages for vets/homeless, etc.) 
  • Awareness/Perspectives – Projects that raise awareness and perspectives to or promote meaningful dialogue on identified school and community issues (e.g. Anti-bullying/smoking/drugs, Pause before you post, etc.) 
  • Teacher Appreciation activities as a thank you for all of the endless hours of preparing, planning, and going above and beyond their call of duty to educate our future leaders.

If we all work together, we can make strides to improve our earth, give back to our community and promote peace.

Tennis Club

BRMS participates in Junior Team Tennis which is run through CORTA.  Mrs. Kim Udy sponsors the Blackmon Road team(s). There are fall and spring teams with 12U and 14U.  We have put together beginner and intermediate levels (may vary each season depending on turnout).   Fall matches generally run from the end of September through early/mid November and spring matches run end of February through early April with possibility of team advancement to state level.  Must have a current USTA membership to play.  Most matches are played at Cooper Creek but may also play at CSU, Country Club, Phenix City, and Lakebottom.

Velocity

Velocity is a program for 7th and 8th grade students that helps students live with integrity and serve as positive role models for their peers. All the students sign a contract to be drug and alcohol free and sexually abstinent for the next year. There is an in-school and an out-of-school component. At each school with a Velocity program, the upper-classmen go into classrooms of lower-classmen and present lessons on topics like peer pressure, stress, relationships, family, etc. They talk to the younger students about their own experiences and encourage them to make positive choices. Out of school, Velocity hosts events and activities for TA/Velocity students across the city where they can have fun without being confronted with drugs or alcohol.