Clubs & Organizations

We believe that being involved in extracurricular activities is an important aspect of well-rounded student life. Our school clubs allow students to interact with peers and who share similar interests. Learn more about Liberty Middle School clubs and student organizations here.

  • FFA ClubAnimal Lovers: Share ideas/experiences about animals, animal rights efforts, etc.
  • Art & Art (GT): Learn how to draw cartoons.
  • Board Games: Compete against peers in a variety of board games.
  • Card Games: Compete against peers, both old and new, in which students will utilize their math skills.
  • Chain Links: Promote school-wide acts of kindness to all students.
  • Checkers/Chess/Backgammon: Compete with peers in these classic games.
  • Christian Spreading the Word (CSW): Meet with other students who share similar religious beliefs and gain confidence in sharing their belief with other students.
  • Classic Movies: Become familiar with the classic movies.
  • Comedy Club: Learn various types of comedy.
  • Computer: Learn how to use the computer.
  • Current Events: Become acquainted with world affairs.
  • Drama: Perform various skits and plays.
  • Ecology: Learn about recycling and its benefits.
  • FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes): Aid in the educational, spiritual, emotional, and social growth of a student athlete.
  • FHA: Focus on home and family life.
  • Fitness Club: Discuss health and nutrition.
  • Students growing plants indoorsHorse Lovers Club: Enhances the education and provides support for students who are interested in horses and riding.
  • Intramural Sports: Develop athletic skills and encourage good sportsmanship.
  • Jr. Beta
  • Juggling Club: Advance the coordination, motor skills, and teamwork of students.
  • Library Club: Care for the library, time for reading, and using Kindles, iPads, e-books, and webcams.
  • Math Club: Make math entertaining, relate to mathematical strategies to games, puzzles and cards.
  • Newspaper: For students with journalistic interests and writing skills, including those interested in reporting, photography, editing, and layout design.
  • Pen Pals: Develop a network of worldwide friends.
  • Photography: Learn basic technique and history.
  • Puzzles: Crossword puzzles, 3-D puzzles, etc.
  • Reading: Read and share books.
  • Red Cross: Get involved with community service.
  • SCA
  • School Beautification Club: Help make our school be more beautiful and promote pride.
  • Scrapbook: Makes your own personal scrapbook.
  • Sign Language: Promote the fundamentals of communication through sign language.
  • Skateboarding: Discuss skateboarding.
  • Spirit Club: Promote school spirit.
  • Sports Talk: Discuss sports-related happenings in the news.
  • Weaving: Learn various techniques and weaving patterns.
  • WLMS -TV: Produce a school news program.
  • World Language: Become familiar with the different cultures and countries throughout the world.
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