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Clubs and Extracurricular Activities

Name       Description



4‑H is delivered by Cooperative Extension - a community of more than 100 public universities across the nation that provides experiences where young people learn by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. This club is for 5th grade students.

Art Club    

In Art club, students enjoy getting in touch with their creative side as they explore the wonderful world of art! This club is for students in grades K-5th.

Athletic Club    

Athletic Club members participate in a variety of activities such as: soccer and dodge ball. Students also learn proper stretching techniques. This club is for 3rd-5th grade students.




In Band, 5th graders learn to play recorders for the first time. Students work on skills such as reading and playing sheet music, practicing and performing as part of an ensemble, and budgeting their time for practice through personal discipline and responsibility. Band is a great head start for students wishing to join a music group during in middle school.

Beta Club



The National Junior Beta Club is an honor society that recognizes outstanding academics and character in students grades 5–9. The National Beta Club encourages student involvement, therefore the sponsor acts as an advisor to oversee student activities.       

Challenge 24 Club    

Students in this club practice making the number 24 from the four numbers on a game card. They can add, subtract, multiply and divide and use all four numbers on the card, but use each number can only be used once.




Chorus is open to all 4th and 5th grade students at SCE. Members of the chorus enjoy singing quality vocal music in an ensemble of motivated students. This year, chorus focused on a theme of unity and togetherness within our own small community as well as for all people throughout the world.

On Veteran's Day, chorus members sing a heartfelt thank you to our men and women of the armed forces, and our Winter and Spring concerts showcase a variety of fun songs for both group and solo singers.

Coding Club     

Code is a set of instructions (or rules) that computers can understand; it might be helpful to think of code as a recipe. People write code, code powers computers and computers power many everyday objects like phones, watches, microwaves and cars.

Learning coding empowers students to do many things they wouldn’t otherwise be able to do. These things include hand-crafting their own websites, becoming a career coder or even starting a technology business. Most importantly, they’ll be able to understand the technology shaping your world. The club uses an online program called to understand how coding works and learn to program robots to perform certain functions. This club is for 4th and 5th grade students.



Drum Circle gives students an opportunity to express themselves, connect to their rhythmic roots, and experience the joy of their own musical creativity. Students learn to develop their own unique voice within a group while contributing to the overall whole of the project. This club is for students in 4th and 5th grade.

Engineering     Engineering helps 5th grade students learn about the integration of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics content into the classrooms, while sparking their creativity!
Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl      Several years ago, Mrs. Helen Ruffin, a library media specialist in DeKalb County, wanted to find a way to use the nominee books from the Georgia Children’s Book Awards to encourage her students to read. She therefore created a unique reading competition in game format, called the Reading Bowl, using the award nominees. Her vision was to have teams comprised of students from different schools compete to test their knowledge of the selected books.

Today, the Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl is open to students in grades four through twelve across the state. The winning teams from the Divisional Bowls meet at the Annual Conference on Children’s Literature in March for the State Championship of the Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl. This club is open to 4th and 5th grade students. For more information, please contact Calvin Bryan at [email protected]

"Oh No, 99!"    

“Oh No, 99!”  is a skill-based math club focusing on practicing addition and subtraction through a tournament style game. This club is for 1st and 2nd grade students.

Robotics Club      The Robotics Club provides students a exciting way to develop scientific and engineering knowledge and helps them acquire the confidence to solve real world problems with the use of technology. This club is open to 4th and 5th grade students.
Running Club    

This club promotes a healthy lifestyle and physical fitness through running and is for 2nd-5th grade students.

Safety Patrol     The Safety Patrol is a select group of 4th and 5th Graders that are committed to providing a safe school environment for all students at Shoal Creek STEAM Academy. 
See Beautiful    

Our multi-pronged, collaborative approach to empowering children and youth works to provide an alternative message to pop-culture that embodies positive, aspirational engagement to combat negativity that children are influenced by every day using ever-evolving lessons that promote self-worth, self-value, self-esteem and engagement to think critically about, and challenge, constructed social norms with the purpose of creating more beauty in the world through service. This club is for 4th and 5th grade students.

Student Council    

Student Council teaches students about the democratic method for making decisions that involve the entire school. Students who serve on the Student Council make decisions about school projects and listen to the ideas of classmates, while remaining fair and respectful to all students.

Membership is open to two representatives per homeroom for students in grades 3-5, two officers in 4th grade (Secretary and Treasurer) and two officers in 5th grade (President and Vice President). Students must be elected to these positions by their classmates. The club meets once a month. Club activities include contributing ideas to school-wide service projects and running the school store.

Young Ladies of Distinction

    Ladies of Distinction is a mentoring group for 4th and 5th grade female students. Our mission is to develop young ladies of excellence through academic achievement, community involvement, leadership, and positive relationships.

Please contact the front desk for more information.