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In a typical year, Pine Springs Prep offers a variety of clubs and activities for our students to engage in.
Girls on the Run is open to girls in grades 3rd–5th grade. The club inspires girls to take charge of their lives and define the future on their terms. It’s a place where girls learn that they can accomplish whatever they set their mind to, while also becoming better runners.
Future Hawks Lacrosse is open for any middle school boys that will be attending Holly Springs High School. This program is not affiliated with Pine Springs Prep but is a great opportunity for many of our middle school boys that live in this area. The season runs from early February to mid-May. Click here to learn more.
The National Junior Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle-level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship.
Rising 7th and 8th graders who are academically eligible are invited to apply and are then selected by our faculty council based on all five tenets of NJHS. They are then inducted in the spring. Students serve during their 7th and 8th-grade years and are required to complete volunteer hours for the good of the school and their community while maintaining academic eligibility.
Open to students in 3rd–5th grade, this is a fantastic opportunity to compete with some of the smartest students in the state in the STEM areas (science, technology, engineering, and math). This is also a great opportunity to develop practical, teamwork, and problem-solving skills. Participants will compete in 2–3 events at the regional competition in March! Click here to learn more.
Our Student Council is open to students in 6th–8th grade. The Student Council has hosted middle school dances, served as reading buddies to elementary-aged students, and spearheaded a school-wide drive for “Tabs for Charity” for the McDonald House.
At the middle grades building, students choose clubs that meet every Friday morning. Studies have shown that students who are connected to the school, staff, and other students through organizations are more successful academically and stay involved more often. Club options include: