Envision Science Academy students are encouraged to participate in clubs that correspond to their specific interests. Club membership is limited, and indicating interest in a club does not guarantee participation. Questions about a club should be directed to that club’s adviser(s).

Club sign-up is now closed.


AV CLUB: Students will handle sound, lighting, projection, video, etc. for special events and activities. 

  • 6th-8th grade, 12 member maximum
  • Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesdays after school
  • Advisers: Mr. Stanford

CHORUS: Students will learn to sing many styles of music and will share their music with friends, family, and people in the community.

  • 4th & 5th grade, 40 member maximum
  • Meets every Thursday after school
  • Adviser: Ms. Walton

CHINESE CLUB: Students can experience Chinese culture through history, games, music, and literature.

  • 4th-8th Grade, 20 student maximum
  • Meets every Thursday after school
  • Advisers: Ms. Wang and Ms. Xia

COLE (formerly Battle of the Books): COLE stands for Conjunction of Literary Engagement and is modelled after Battle of the Books. This is a competition club in which students compete with other Charter School COLE teams, using the same book list as NCBoB.

  • 4th & 5th grade
  • Meets twice a month on Thursdays
  • Adviser: Ms. Otis

COMMUNITY ART CLUB: Students will create large installation pieces of art for community purposes. Travel to different local locations may be required, and students will be asked to provide supplies as needed.

  • 6th-8th grade, 10 student maximum
  • Meets every other Tuesday after school (more meetings may be scheduled prior to an art show)
  • Adviser: Ms. Glace 

COMMUNITY OUTREACH CLUB: Students will organize community events such as Red Cross blood drives and animal adoption events.

  • 4th & 5th grade, 10 member maximum
  • Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday each month after school
  • Adviser: Mr. Isham

CRAZY 8s: Recreational after-school math club that helps kids enjoy the math behind their favorite activities! Students will build glow-in-the-dark structures, crack secret spy codes, and play games like Toilet Paper Olympics.

  • 4th & 5th grade, 12 student maximum
  • Meets every Thursday after school
  • Adviser: Ms. Pierce

MATHCOUNTS: Mathcounts is a competition based club in which students prepare for and participate in Mathcounts competitions. Participants solve problems individually, in pairs, or as a team. Students who participate in Mathcounts should be exceptionally strong math students who are excited to learn, are mature, and work well with their peers. Teacher recommendation required. $25 cost to students.

  • 6th-8th grade, 10 student maximum
  • Meets weekly during Eagle Time, after school as scheduled
  • Adviser: Ms. Murphy

MUSICAL THEATRE CLUB: Musical Theatre club will explore drama and music!  Students will work on learning standard musical theatre repertoire, fundamentals of acting, choreographed dancing, set and stage design.  The focus of this club is a large musical theatre performance that will take place in the spring.  Musical theatre club is by audition only; auditions will take place on September 26 from 4-6 p.m. in room 201. $30 cost to students.  

  • 6th-8th grade, 30 student maximum
  • Meets every Tuesday after school
  • Advisers: Mr. Bland and Ms. Riddle

ODYSSEY OF THE MIND:  Odyssey of the Mind is a competitive club in which team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. The Odyssey of the Mind teaches students how to think divergently by providing open-ended problems that appeal to a wide range of interests. Students learn how to identify challenges and to think creatively to solve those problems. $30 cost to students.

  • 3rd-5th grade, 21 student maximum
  • Meets at least the last Thursday of each month after school (more meetings will be scheduled as needed)
  • Adviser: Mrs. Northrup

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl is a competition based club in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, sports, and popular culture. Weekend travel to quiz bowl locations may be required. More information may be found at www.naqt.com/about-quiz-bowl.html.

  • 6th-8th grade, 10 student maximum
  • Meets at least every other Thursday after school
  • Adviser: Ms. Phillips

RECYCLE RALLY: Students will promote recycling and collect recycling school-wide. Points will be earned through PepsiCo Recycle Rally. Those points will be used to get more recycling materials for ESA.

  • 4th-7th grade, 20 student maximum
  • Meets weekly on Tuesday or Thursday (TBD)
  • Adviser: Ms. Byrd

RUBIK’S CUBE CLUB: Students will participate in fun activities with Rubik’s Cubes. By learning to solve the Rubik’s Cube, students learn life lessons such as focus, following directions, memorization, sequencing, problem solving, critical thinking, and perseverance. 

  • Grades: TBD
  • Meets : TBD (Tuesday or Thursday after school)
  • Adviser: Ms. Byrd

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD: NC Science Olympiad is a competition based club in which students train and compete in a series of hands-on, interactive, challenging and inquiry-based events. Events cover the various disciplines of biology, earth science, environmental science, chemistry, physics, engineering and technology.  The events are designed to enhance and strengthen both science content and process skills. Teams will compete in a regional competition in February. $5 cost to students.

  • 6th-8th grade, 18 student minimum
  • Meets every Tuesday after school
  • Adviser: Mr. Wilson

YEARBOOK: Students will take pictures throughout the year and will use software to generate a student yearbook. Students will learn layout and editing tools. Interested students must have a teacher recommendation. $15 cost to students.

  • 7th & 8th grade, 8-10 student maximum
  • Meets the first Tuesday of each month and during Eagle Time on Fridays
  • Advisers: Ms. Crowther and Ms. Long
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