Pike Middle School Clubs

Pike County Middle School offers a variety of clubs for our students. We encourage all students to get involved in extra-curricular activities. The afternoon school clubs are Academic Team, Art Club, Bass Club, Beta Club, Drama Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FFA, First Lego League, HOSA, Math Team, and Student Advisory Team. Please contact the specific club advisor for additional information.

**If there is a club or student organization in which you DO NOT give your permission for your child to participate, please email Principal, Mr. Mike Maddox, at maddoxm@pike.k12.ga.us. Please include the name(s) of your student(s), grade level, and the clubs or organizations that are restricted for your student(s).**

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List of Active Clubs

Drama Club 
  • Sponsors – Lori Bush, Angie Lester
  • Purpose – dedicated to allowing Pike County Middle School students with a passion for performance to find a community of like-minded peers who share the desire to create quality, entertaining theatrical productions. 
  • Activities – Drama Club productions include Christmas Fine Arts Night performances, the regional RESA Literacy Days Drama Competition, and annual spring productions such as Shrek the Musical and Disney’s The Jungle Book. 
Academic Team
  • Purpose – The mission of Pike County Middle School’s Academic Team is to promote learning and academic excellence among 7th and 8th grade students using multidisciplinary academic curricula and provide the opportunity to excel academically through team competitions.
  • Activities – Each year, Pike’s Middle School Academic Team participates in five (5) scheduled meets between 20+ schools in Griffin RESA.  
Art Club
  • Sponsors – Mike Thompson, Brenda Richards, Bonnie Turpin, Christian Callahan.
  • Purpose – The Pike County Middle School Art Club is an organization dedicated to students who have an interest in the fine arts.
  • Activities – Students will have an opportunity to work on art projects, enjoy guest speakers, and go on a field trip to the High Museum.
Beta Club
  • Sponsors – Brenda Richards, Bonnie Turpin,
  • Purpose – As a member of National Beta and as a citizen of my community, state, and nation, I believe in and shall strive to promote the principles of honesty, justice, service, cooperation, responsibility, industriousness, humility, and charity.
  • Activities – State Jr. Beta ConventionVarious school projects, fund raisers, and community service projects throughout the year
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) 
  • Sponsors – Mike Thompson, Eric Habelt
  • Purpose – The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is an organization dedicated to cultivating relationships with Jesus Christ. The FCA’s mission is to lead coaches and players to Christ but you do not have to be an athlete to attend.
  • Activities – The meetings are student led and each week students share their testimony or lead the group in bible studies. This group meets every Thursday morning at 7:40.
FFA (Agricultural Education)
  • Sponsor – Hannah Smith
  • Purpose – FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

    Activities – Monthly meetings – planning for the third Wednesday of each month 3:15-4:15pm

    Leadership Events – Central Region Leadership Rally, Discovery Conference, Career Development Events, State Convention, Summer Leadership Camp, Chapter Officer Leadership Training, Community service opportunities

First Lego League 
  • Sponsors – Kristin Turner, Angie Lester
  • Purpose – The mission of FIRST® is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.
  • Activities – FLL will follow the league schedule with tournament season occurring November through March. Official team will be determined and confirmed by October.  
HOSA Future Health Professionals 
  • Sponsor – Savannah Cain, R.N.
  • Purpose – The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.
  • Activities – Students will learn how to make a state pen, t-shirt, partake in medical competitions, teamwork, and evaluate the composition of various preventable diseases.
PCMS Math Club
  • Sponsor – Brenda Richards
  • Purpose – Members of the Math Team are introduced to traditional & non-traditional challenging mathematical problems and are provided with strategies and techniques to successfully solve them.
  • Activities – The team participates in a yearly competition sponsored by Griffin RESA (Usually the last week in January) 1 or 2 days of practice per week. (Mid-October – Competition Date). Practice days will be determined once team has been chosen. 
Student Advisory Team
  • Sponsor – Principal Mike Maddox
  • Purpose – To create an advisory committee for the Principal in which student perspectives of the whole school experience are shared. The group will value all viewpoints, demonstrate active listening, seek to understand/be understood, and solve problems in creative and collaborative ways.
  • Activities – The Team will meet five (5) times each year for one hour after school. We will discuss topics determined by group members and placed on the agenda. For example, the student advisory team in the past has been influential in improving social activities such as school-wide dances and end-of-the-year celebration events. The group has also presented solutions to crowded hallways and locker issues.
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Contact Info
Pike County Middle School can be reached by connecting with our central administration office. You may find the appropriate contact information below.
  • 406 Hughley Rd, Zebulon, GA 30295
  • (770) 567-3353
  • info@pike.k12.ga.us