• Webb Bridge Middle School offers a variety of clubs to provide students with opportunities for enrichment and community building.  Please see the 2023-2024 Clubs List for a list of available clubs with more detailed information.  Contact club sponsors with specific questions. 

    If you are interested in starting a club that doesn't already exist, please find a faculty member willing to sponsor the club and ask them to complete the Club Application Form.




    Club Name



    Meeting Info

    Membership Requirements






    7th Grade Character Council

    The 7th grade character council will help lead the 7th grade class in service-learning. They will participate in visiting elementary schools to educate and read to 4th and 5th graders, communicate with business partners, help fundraise to repair wells in South Sudan through our nonprofit partner Water is Basic, and organize the 3rd annual WBMS

    Walk for Water.





    Ms. Foil Ms. Cook Ms. Liming





    Fridays 8 am, starting in November





    Interested members will complete an application during our September novel read.








    8th Grade Character Council


    This group will lead the 8th grade service-learning project(s).


    Ms. Watson Ms. Leftwich

    Ms. McCutcheon


    Fridays 8 am






    Academic Team



    Students use a buzzer system to answer trivia questions from all subject areas.




    Mr. Bernhardt





    To be eligible to participate on this competition team, you must complete the Trial Request form by 4 pm on Friday, September 29th. Students with qualifying scores will be notified of their

    eligibility to join the team. Contact Mr. Bernhardt with any questions.



    $65 (if selected for team).



    Advanced Chamber Orchestra


    The Advanced Chamber Orchestra is the highest-level orchestra at WBMS. We rehearse once per week and play several performances throughout the year

    at WBMS and other venues when invited.




    Dr. Barket



    Mondays 4:15-5:10 in




    Open by audition to any orchestra student.



    Must have the WBMS

    Orchestra shirt.











    Anime Club

    Step into the Anime Club, your portal to the captivating realm of Japanese Animation, where we not only enjoy anime but also explore its rich history! Whether you're a seasoned enthusiast or just curious, our club offers the perfect platform. Join us to discuss and screen animated shows and movies from Japan, celebrated for their engaging stories and characters.


    Connect with fellow fans, make friends, and together, let's dive into the diverse and exciting content that anime has to offer while appreciating its artistic and historical aspects. Be a part of our Anime Club community and share your passion for this captivating art










    Ms. Awad Ms. Watson Mr. Cole









    3rd Thursday of each month.










    Complete a registration form.










    Link to Pay



    Art Club

    For students who enjoy making art and crafting. Any student may apply: they do not have to be enrolled in art class. We do small art projects, help with creative

    endeavors around the building, and learn new art skills together.



    Ms. Binder


    Every other Wednesday starting September 20th.



    Complete an application




    link to pay








    Black History Club

    The purpose of the Black History Club is to encourage the study of Black History, to acknowledge and learn about the achievements and contributions of Black people in America, to learn about the unique cultural traditions of the Black culture, to promote positive self- images, to encourage academic success, and to encourage outstanding behavior. Additionally, the Black History Club will work to promote cultural awareness by planning activities that celebrate Black History Month during the

    month of February.







    Ms. Vanhorse



    1st and 4th Thursday of each month at 7:50 in room 815. First meeting will be September 28th.

    There will be occasional afternoon meetings, which will be communicated to members in advance.







    All students are welcome to attend.









    Chess Club

    Play chess. Learn chess. Improve your chess skills.

    Mr. Cooke Mr. Houghton

    Wednesdays from 4:15-5:00 pm in the Cafeteria


    Chess Club is full for this year.



    Chinese Club

    Learn about Chinese culture

    through music, food, Tai Chi, and art crafts throughout the year.

    Ms. He Ms. Liming


    Meeting Schedule

    Open to all interested students— complete form to join.


    link to pay










    Debate Club

    We will participate in Atlanta Urban Debate League (affiliated with Emory University). Topics and “research” are provided from AUDL. Check out their website & resources here: www.atlantadebate.org

    Debate Club will help you develop your speaking and writing skills.

    Participants will need to find a partner. You will collaborate and plan with that partner to research, write, and speak at tournaments. You compete in tournaments as a team. This club requires work outside the school day and club meeting days. Our practices will include coaching sessions from

    Alpharetta High School’s Debate

    Club and AUDL staff.









    Ms. Taylor








    Wednesdays from 4:15-5:30 in the Media Center








    Debate Club is Full for the 2023- 2024 school year. Please contact Ms. Taylor at the start of next year if interested.











    Engineering Club

    Design and create projects using a variety of methods and materials in order to solve engineering problems.



    Mr. Shepherd


    Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:45 am.

    Open to 8th grade students only. The club is full for this year. Rising 8th grade students should contact

    Mr. Shepherd in August of 2024 for application information.






    Equestrian Club


    Participate in monthly riding lessons and/or horsemanship lessons at WBMS two Sunday afternoons per semester.



    Mme. Levesque


    Lessons once a month on the weekend; contact sponsor for more information.

    Everyone is welcome, they just need to bring in signed release and waiver forms (you can get these from Ms. Levesque in room

    127); students must provide own

    transportation to and from the lesson barn in Canton, GA.


    Lesson costs, paid directly to Bearfoot Ranch.



    FBLA (Future Business Leaders Of America)

    FBLA is a club that focuses on the development of business and leadership skillsets, and offers multiple competitive events and opportunities that allow students to test their skills at the regional,

    state, and national levels.



    Mr. Houghton

    3rd Thursday of each month at 8:00 am in room 120. Any meeting changes will be announced on FBLA Teams page.


    Open to all interested students— contact sponsor for more information.




    Link to Pay


    French Cooking Club

    Everyone can cook! Even if you

    don’t take French class. Come learn to cook some authentic French treats and learn about some French culture. Some meetings will

    be to plan and some to cook.


    Mme. Levesque Mme. Awad


    First Friday of each month at 7:45 am.


    Spaces limited to the first 30 permission slips turned in and paid. Contact sponsor for more information.



    Link to Pay





    Goldfish Club

    The host troop leads a monthly, themed meeting with fun activities designed to facilitate friendships and opportunities for social communication/interaction.

    Examples include: Minute to Win It games, seasonal crafts, card/board games and various turn taking activities to help students become more comfortable interacting with

    new peers.





    Ms. Wilson Ms. Ward






    (to be determined)


    Students are recommended by staff/counselors, as well as general information shared within weekly newsletter. This club works with a girl scout troop to facilitate friendships and positive peer interactions.






    Hispanic CULTURE


    Cultural activities to explore and support WBMS Hispanic students.

    Ms. Cedeño Ms. Abarca

    8 am on the Third Friday of each month.

    Open to all interested students— contact sponsor for more information.



    Health Occupations Students Of America

    (HOSA) Club

    Learn about Healthcare Occupations and introduce the Healthcare Pathway at Alpharetta High School.


    Mr. Bernhardt


    2nd Thursday of each month from 4:15-



    Open to all interested students— contact sponsor for more information.







    Interact Club

    Interact is a service club sponsored by the Rotary Club of Alpharetta. Each year, the club will have a local service project and a community- oriented service project. We plan to focus on improving school-wide participation in environmental initiatives such as recycling and





    Ms. Kornegay


    Informational Meeting will be held on Friday, September 29th at 8:00 in room 202.




    Interested students should contact the sponsor.




    TBD (to be determined)



    Jaguar News Club

    Each quarter, the JNC will meet weekly to learn: script writing, news gathering, special video segments, Canva graphic designs,

    News Anchoring, camera knowledge, and editing know-how.



    Ms. Hochhauser



    Fridays at 8:00 am in room 408.


    Groups run each quarter. The first meeting for Quarter Two will be on Friday, October 13th.




    Link to Join





    Jazz Band

    The WBMS Jazz Band is a performing ensemble within the Webb Bridge Middle School Band Program. The ensemble consists of woodwinds, brass and rhythm section. The rhythm section consists of piano, guitar, bass, vibraphone and drumset. Audition is required for membership into

    this ensemble.




    Mr. Stroud Mr. Stallings




    Thursdays at 7:45 am in Mr. Stroud's room



    Membership is open to select instruments in 7th and 8th Grade Band. Advanced 6th Grade Students may also participate in this ensemble.







    Jewish Club (WBJC)

    Hang out and have fun while learning about Jewish culture and foods. We also sponsor The Daffodil Project at WBMS. All are welcome, you do not need to be

    Jewish to attend.


    Ms. Seletsky Ms. Hershinow

    Next meetings are on 11/2 and 12/11. All meetings take place after school 4:14-5:15pm Contact sponsors for additional dates.


    Open to all interested students— contact sponsor for more information. Feel free to just show up to meetings, too!





    Library Stream Councils

    Provide input into and support for library and makerspace activities, including book orders, programs, reading challenges, creative activities, and displays.


    Ms. Brown



    (to be determined)


    Complete application






    Math Club

    In math club, we learn problem solving strategies, try out challenging problems, do logic puzzles and brain teasers, and compete in several competitions such as Math Counts and Math



    Ms. Brown Ms. Wood Ms. Mack



    Thursdays from 8:00-



    Open to all interested students— contact sponsor for more information.




    link to pay


    Puzzle Club

    Students will use puzzles to hone their problem-solving skills, create

    connections, and make friends.

    Ms. Ramsey Ms. Parson

    Thursdays 4:15-5:00 in Cafeteria or

    Teacher Cafe

    Membership is open to all interested parties-all are welcome!







    Reading Club

    Our club participates in the Jr. Tome Society. We are given books to read for the year and General Club has opportunities to participate in Fall and Spring Competitions. Competition Team has 3 on line exam competitions during the year. At meetings we

    will discuss books and hear from authors.



    Ms. Walters Mr. Bernhardt Ms. Brown

    Ms. Narasimhan



    Tuesday mornings. Specific club meeting dates will be posted outside the Media Center and on the club’s Team’s page.

    Open membership to the general club; 15 selected students for competitions based on teacher recommendation. Join The Reading Club Teams Group for more information. New members are screened via a quiz/test to see who can fill the vacancies. Contact sponsor for more information.





    link to pay




    Science Olympiad

    Science Olympiad is an American team competition in which students compete in 23 events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. During our time together at WBMS, we will decide

    on our projects and create them!




    Ms. Beam


    Wednesdays from 8:00-8:45.

    Information meeting on September 7th at 8:00 am in room 801.



    New members are screened via a quiz/test to see who can fill the vacancies. Contact sponsor for more information.





    Link to Pay

















    Tech Club

    Embrace an exhilarating tech odyssey by becoming a part of the Tech Club. Regardless of your tech proficiency level, our club is open to everyone. Here, you'll have the chance to explore diverse tech realms, including web development, robotics, gaming, and data science, all while forging connections with like-minded tech aficionados. Dive deep into the cutting-edge technologies that are reshaping our world, such as artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), blockchain, 5G, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

    But that's not all; our club also provides insight into the concept of the metaverse – a connected network of perpetual 3D virtual worlds teeming with opportunities for entertainment, education, and work. By becoming a part of our dynamic Tech Club community, you'll be able to share your passion for this ever-evolving field while immersing yourself in the latest and greatest tech innovations. So, seize this chance to embark on a captivating tech journey with us today, and let's shape the future togethe
















    Ms. Watson















    1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month















    Complete the Interest Form and please try to attend our “session zero” on September 13th, 2023.
















    Payment link coming soon



    Web Leaders


    8th Student Leaders who help lead by example and help 6th graders transition to middle school.

    Ms. Bernhardt Mr. Kaiser Ms. Palace Ms. Anderson

    Ms. Bezbradica


    During Compass once a month on Tuesdays.

    Application based. Students complete applications the end of the 7th grade year. Students will be notified by April/early May for

    their participation in 8th grade.



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