In the Yearbook Club, students design, promote, and sell the Yearbook. Assisted by teachers, students use an online computer program to create pages, and are also primarily responsible for taking the pictures that will end up in the yearbook. Its main goals are to capture the atmosphere of Culbreth and include every student's picture in the book. If you have creativity and want to be a part of this club, contact Ms. Hopson for more information.
The Student Council is a vibrant and inclusive organization that aims to empower and represent student voices within the school community. The club serves as a platform for students to develop leadership skills, foster teamwork, and contribute to the overall improvement of the school environment.
The club typically consists of a diverse group of students voted on by the school population who come together to brainstorm ideas, plan events, and execute projects that enhance the school experience for everyone.
Advisor: Terra Hodge
Robotics Club is an exciting and innovative organization that brings together students with a passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) to explore the fascinating world of robotics. The club provides a hands-on learning experience where students can develop their creativity, problem-solving skills, and teamwork while building and programming robots.
Membership in the Robotics Club is open to all middle school students who have an interest in robotics and a desire to learn and experiment with technology. The club typically consists of a diverse group of individuals with varying levels of experience, from beginners to more advanced robotics enthusiasts.
Advisor: Seema Anand
Model UN is an academic club that runs from January to April in which students prepare for and participate in a district-wide simulated United Nations Conference. In this club, students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. Ms. Shepherd (8th Grade Social Studies Teacher) and Ms. Anand (Gifted Specialist) host this club in Ms. Shepherd's classroom on Tuesday mornings during advisory.
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Our student-led organization brings students together in a SAFE SPACE to support each other, socialize, and make positive change in our community. Teacher Spikes (7th Grade) & Ms, Mazva-Cohen (School Social Worker) are the Faculty Advisors
The goal of Kindness / Student Ambassador Club is to spread kindness throughout our community and to help all students feel welcome at Culbreth."
Ran by Mr. Straub.
A jazz band is a musical ensemble that plays jazz music. Jazz bands vary in the quantity of their members and the style of jazz that they play but it is common to find a jazz band made up of a rhythm section and a horn section. Mr. Nedimeyer conducts jazz band in the band room.