With a broad range of after school clubs and activities to choose from, our Middle School students can spend time during and after school connecting with classmates, taking new risks and finding new passions. And as they grow more self aware and independent, we give them all the opportunity to cultivate their unique interests and take a deeper dive in what they enjoy.
Student Council is composed of selected officers and interested students. They meet weekly to plan events that promote Seven Hills spirit. Student Council plans events ranging from dances and fundraisers to Middle School traditions like Pumpkin Day.
Yearbook staff compiles memories from throughout the year to create the Middle School yearbook. The team includes editors, photographers, planners, and designers.
The Science Club is open to Middle School students in all grades with an interest in the subject. Students discuss science-oriented topics and complete experiments and projects. Scientific professionals also visit the club to share their expertise.
Students with an interest in Legos can find a home in this club. Middle Schoolers can build with Legos during their lunch period.
Programming Club is for students of all skill levels. Students with an interest in computer programming may learn about physical computing, robotics, and other areas of electronics.
The Art Club is an opportunity for Middle Schoolers to explore their artistic side using a variety of materials and techniques.
Students can learn to master several classic card and board games. Euchre, cribbage, and backgammon are just some of the fun games Middle Schoolers play in Card Club.
COMMUNITY CHANGE CLUB
In Community Change Club, students make a difference—at Seven Hills and beyond.
Culture Club celebrates the rich cultural diversity of the Middle School’s student body. Students learn about the world and experience different cultures in a hands-on way by celebrating holidays, trying different foods, and hearing from guest speakers. Culture Club fosters an environment of multicultural understanding, a sense of global awareness, and an interest in social action.
Math Club prepares students in grades sixth through eighth for the nationwide MATHCOUNTS competition, held in February. MATCHCOUNTS aims to increase enthusiasm for Middle School mathematics. Math Club students also participate in SIGMA and Ohio Math League contests. Students with a love of math can join Math Club even if they don’t wish to compete.
Latin Club is open to all Middle School students with an interest in Roman and Greek mythology, history, culture, archaeology, and language. Club members explore Roman life, holidays, and games.
WORLD BUILDER CLUB
Creating a new world takes writers, filmmakers, graphic artists, and videogame designers to bring a planet to life. In World Builder Club, students envision complex cultures, map their world’s geography, and create new humanoid species. Students complete creative projects and watch fantasy and sci-fi films for inspiration.
JUNIOR THESPIAN CLUB
The Junior Thespian Club is an international honors organization that recognizes the achievements of Middle School Theatre students. The troupe provides additional opportunities for students to work in theater outside of school plays.
Novice origami enthusiasts and experts are welcome to create paper art in the Origami Club. Students are encouraged to share new techniques and learn the classics.
STAR WARS CLUB
Tailor-made for Middle Schoolers who love the popular sci-fi series, members of the Star Wars Club attempt to watch all the Star Wars films in the course of the school year.