All clubs meet during LIFT on Friday mornings (8:30 -9:00) unless otherwise noted.
The Animal Care Club is for students who are interested in learning how to care for pets and other animals. Meet: weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsors: Emily Tyler, Andrea Atkins, and Jackie Averett
Art Club is for students who are interested in learning more about art and creating their own art. Meet: 1st Thursday 3:30-5:00 p.m..
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Meredith Hamby
ASL Club is for students who want to learn American Sign Language. Meet 2nd and 4th Fridays.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Melissa Price and Susan Perham
Junior Beta Club is open to any sixth, seventh and eighth grader who maintains an A average. Meet: 2nd and 4th Fridays.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Judy Davis and Angie Schweiger
BOSS is a club where there is no judgment, a place where young men receive encouragement, motivation and are challenged to be the best version of themselves that they can be. Meet 1st and 3rd Fridays.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Bobby McGowens and Billy Gibson
The purpose of Chess Club is for students to foster interest, participation, and enjoyment of the game of chess. Meets weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: David Bagwell and Al Moore
The purpose of Crochet4Life is for students to learn the lifelong skill of crochet. Meets weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Sheralyn Smith
Dance club is for all students interested in music and dancing. We will learn dance routines and perform for the school. Students must maintain 70% or better in all classes and maintain good behavior. 7th/8th grade - 1st and 3rd Friday. 6th grade -2nd and 4th Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Sarah Dupont
The Future Farmers of America (FFA) is a national organization that prepares students for leadership and careers in the science, business, and technology of agriculture. Meets weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Jeff Murdock
Honor Band is for band students who are participating in state-wide solo instrumental events like Region Band auditions in the fall or Solo & Ensemble festival in the spring. Meets weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Caitlin Scott
Robotics Club is for students who are interested in the technology of robotics. Meets weekly on Mondays and Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Bill Hudson
SOS Club (Sisters Offering Support) is a girls only group for students who need a safe, judgment-free place to go to during lunch, who have difficulty making friends, or are struggling with something. Students join by signing up or being recommended by staff. Meet 1st and 3rd Wednesday during lunch
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Cherie Mosher
The purpose of Student Council is to work together to improve student life at Woodmont Middle. Meet weekly on Friday.
Grade Level: All • Sponsors: Cherie Mosher
Triple B Book Club provides an opportunity for students to read and discuss a variety of books throughout the year. Meet 1st and 3rd Friday 8:15 -8:55 a.m.
Grade Level: All • Sponsors: Paula Shaw and Penny Boswell
The Yearbook Club is responsible for producing the annual WMS Yearbook.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Katherine Bowers
South Carolina YMCA Youth in Government Model United Nations is our only middle school specific conference. Students work in small groups to represent a country of their choice. The conference provides students to learn about global issues, while also learning how to work in a team and think critically.
Grade Level: All • Sponsor: Christopher Lawrence