School Clubs

Robotics Team:  We meet on Mondays from 3:30 to 5:30.  Students had to get two teacher recommendations, write an essay, and complete and engineering challenge to be selected to the Robotics team.  The application process is now closed.  Please see Mr. Roberts for more information.

French Club: The French Club is an organization that works to spread the love of the French culture throughout the school and the community.  This   We have several French related activities planned for the club members.   For any information, please contact Monsieur Jones at djones@lexington1.net

FCA: Fellowship of Christian Athletes promotes the building and growing of relationships among fellow students through Christian principles including service projects, scripture-based activities and motivational speakers.  FCA meets Friday mornings at 7:30 during the school year. Anyone is welcome. Contact Coach Miles for information.

MathCounts: MathCounts is a club that concentrates on using critical thinking skills to solve problems.  The students work collaboratively and individually to increase their mathematical knowledge.  It meets every Wednesday from 3:30 – 4:30. See Mr. Rogers for information on how to join.

Jr. Beta Club: Meadow Glen Middle’s Jr. Beta Club is an honor organization designed to recognize academic achievement and instill the value of service to the community as an element of being a well-rounded student. To be considered for membership, a student must have obtained a grade of 90 or higher in all classes at the end of the first semester. See Mrs. Quinton for more inforation.

Student Council: MGM Student Council is an organization of elected students who meet on a regular basis in order to meet the needs of the student body/school, increase school spirit, PTO, and help the community. See Mr. Berrian or Mrs. Petersen for more information.

Gaming Club: See Ms. Kohout in the learning commons for more information.

Mock Trail: Mock Trial is sponsored by the Law Related Education branch of the South Carolina Bar and is designed to educate students about the American judicial system and the fundamentals of litigation.  Another objective is to increase cooperation, respect, and support between the community and the legal profession.  Through participation in Mock Trial, students sharpen basic skills such as listening, public speaking, writing, reading, and analyzing.  At the high school level, College scholarships are available through participation in Mock Trial. The goal of the Mock Trial competition is not to win for the sake of winning but to learn and practice the meaning of good citizenship in a democracy through participation in our legal system. The attorney coach for Meadow Glen Middle is Mr. Jason Hall of Hall & Hall.  He has coached many successful Mock Trial teams, is past president of the Lexington County Bar Association, and greatly enjoys working with our middle school students. Teacher coaches are Ms. Jennifer Hamilton (Lead/8th grade), Mr. Michael Moore (8th grade), and Ms. Courtney Garrison (7th grade).

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