This club is all about making MCF a place for ALL students. We aim to empower and represent the MIddle College of Forsyth student body, by fostering a vibrant, inclusive, and collaborative school community through active engagement, responsible leadership, timely management, and a dedication to serving our peers. As part of SGA, you will help plan schoolwide events - like spirit week! - to create a sense of community for everyone at the school.
Here in Art Club, we let our creativity flow! We draw, we paint, we craft, we sculpt, we do it all! We have creative prompts and activities to get you engaged and having fun with art. We'll even collaborate with other clubs from time to time. Everyone is welcome in Art Club.
Club Advisor: Mrs. Daniels
Meeting Time: Every Monday 3:30 - 4:30 unless otherwise directed on Remind. Ard 260
A Capella Club
We learn to use one of our most precious and natural gifts/instruments - our voices. Voices blend together to create harmony without the assistance of music. This club requires LOTS of rehearsals, but it is so worth it when we perform in talent shows, put on our Spring Musical, and /or participate in the annual competition at Carowinds.
Sponsor: Mr. Green
Meeting Time: Every Monday after school in Ardmore Auditorium.
Meeting Time: Every other Monday after school in Snyder 6130.
Black and Latino Achievers
Black and Latino Achievers is a once per month meeting at school, with several off-campus meetings at the YMCA. Achievers is a collaboration with Crosby Scholars that serves as a community outreach program for Black and Latino students at Early and Middle Colleges of Forsyth. The program goal is to better inform students about post high school opportunities including college and scholarships through sof-skill development. Meeting dates have not bee determined yet. The YMCA's Achievers will announce when they are ready to start back up in October. Stay Tuned.
Sponsor: Mr. P Mullis
There are numerous advantages to breathing clean air like cleaner lungs, decreased asthma and allergies, improved skin, better digestion, emotion stabilizer, better mood, better sleep, and reduced chances of lung, heart, and arterial diseases. We will look at all the reasons we should not vape and smoke, and we have fun in the process. We will have activities that include smash ball and more to improve our lung functions.
Welcome meeting Friday 9/15/23 11:45-12:30 in the courtyard.
Sponsor: Ms. Nakawatase
We will have a group project together along with other activities and projects. Volunteer/donation opportunities are a part of our goal for the future of the club and will be discussed as a group. We accept all skill levels and will teach anyone that would like to learn. We will meet once a Month
Sponsor: Kaitlin Hueber
Meeting Time: Third Wednesday of every month afterschool. Meeting in Snyder 204.
Sponsor: Mrs. A. Sluder
Meeting Time: Every Tuesday and some Fridays during lunch or 3rd period twice a month. Meet in Snyder 6148
The Crosby Scholars Community Partnership helps students in public middle and high schools in Forsyth County prepare academically, personally, and financially for college admission and other post-secondary opportunities best suited to each student's goals, abilities, and needs. Crosby Scholars is a community partner of Winston Salem/Forsyth County Scholls and The Winston Salem Foundation.
Sponsor: Mr. C. Glenn
Sponsor: Mr. T. Barton
Meeting Time: Every Tuesday after school in Rm 203.
Sponsors: Mr. McNeil and Ms. Hoffman
Meeting Time for Acting: Every Tuesday after school in Ardmore Auditorium.
Meeting Time for Set: Every Thursday after school in Snyder 6133.
Sponsor: Mrs. A. Wright
Meeting Time: Thursdays after school once a month in Ardmore 258. See Mrs. Wright for specific days.
Guitar Club is for all skill levels. From beginner to advanced, it is nice to hang out, learn from, and play with other guitarists. Guitar is not needed, but is helpful.
Sponsor: Mr. P. Mullis
Meeting Time: Every Monday in Ardmore 207.
HOSA stands for Health Occupations Students of America. HOSA is a global student-led organization that provides programs and opportunities to students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or interested in pursuing careers in the health profession. HOSA activities will include exploration of health occupations, volunteer opportunities, and potential opportunities to compete at HOSA conferences. Officers will be elected by HOSA members.
$25.00 dues cover the National, State, and School affiliation fees.
Sponsor: Mrs. A. Weavil
Meeting Time: Usually every other week after school on Thursdays in Ardmore 259
Latino Dance Club
This club explores, rehearses, and performs dances directly related to the Latino culture.