Adviser: Mrs. Bettendorf: bettendorfar@roxborocommunityschool.org

Art Club is offered as an extracurricular activity after school for all students. Groups are divided into a Middle School and High School Art Club. Students who are interested in art, but are unable to take it as an elective, are encouraged to join.

The National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. And for more than 80 years, it has prepared today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders.

    Are you a 7th-9th grader who loves to read? Then book club is perfect for you

    If you love chess, or want to learn to play, come to Chess Club! Join for fun and friendly competitions

    The Middle and High school drama clubs are after school programs that encourage a positive learning environment and a safe place to take risks as you enter the world of creating believable characters for the stage.

    The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Club is for high schoolers who wish to advance their leadership skills and prepare to lead America into the future. Their mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

    The Female Empowerment Movement is a club to promote gender equality. The goal of the club is to educate people about equality and transcend gender stereotypes.

    FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA was created as the Future Farmers of America, but the name was changed to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture.

    FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA was created as the Future Farmers of America, but the name was changed to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture.

    If you are a 6-9th grader interested in Yearbook, the Bullhorn, Journalism, or Communications, then join Junior Journalism! Junior Journalists will build their academic skills throughout the process of interviewing; gathering information; selecting the key points for an article; developing their sources; honing the craft of photography, and selecting powerful images for their stories.

    Interact is a club for young people ages 12-18 who want to join together to tackle the issues in their community that they care most about. Through Interact, you can: carry out hands-on service projects, make international connections, develop leadership skills, and have fun!

    Model United Nations is an academic club in which students role play delegates to the United Nations in an attempt to learn about diplomacy and world events. It fosters necessary skills such as communication, negotiation and compromise.

    Spanish Club is an after school organization for high school students in Spanish I through Spanish IV who are interested in the Spanish language and culture. During spring break, select students of the club will take a trip to Spain to study abroad in a hands-on learning environment.

    If you’re a high schooler interested in many different branches of Science, come to Science Club. Students in this club will split into groups studying and experimenting within different scientific branches. They will also train and compete in various scientific competitions throughout the school year.

    Student Council is for middle and high schoolers to improve RCS. It seeks to provide a valuable leadership partnership between students and their school. It creates the opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate.

    Youth Legislative Assembly (YLA) is a mock legislative session where high school students voice their opinions and vote on issues concerning local, state and national government. The three-day session is patterned after the N.C. General Assembly. At the conclusion, a final report is drafted and distributed to the governor and legislators.

    If you’re a high schooler interested in many different branches of Science, come to Science Club. Students in this club will split into groups studying and experimenting within different scientific branches. They will also train and compete in various scientific competitions throughout the school year.