Sequoyah's Clubs & Activities
As part of its mantra of “100 percent Literacy, Engagement, Graduation,” Broken Arrow Public Schools continually focuses on providing students with educational opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom. Research shows that school connectedness is one of the most influential factors for success in our students, and it is important for us to create an environment in which every student has a niche.
Membership in the following clubs or activities are voluntary and do not affect classroom grades.
For more information, please contact Sequoyah Middle School at 918-259-4370.
Sponsor: Russell Sullivan
7th and 8th Graders compete in academic subjects. Encourages scholarship in many areas.
Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS)
FCS is a student-led group that promotes spiritual growth in a Christian environment in the school through opportunities to have interdenominational fellowship, testimonies, prayer and devotionals.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
Sponsors: Katie Lee
NJHS is a service-oriented organization used to promote teamwork, leadership and good character. The member requirements are good citizenship skills and high grade-point averages. Visit Ms. Lee's website for the latest information for NJHS.
Science Olympiad is a team of 15-20 students that compete in a total of 23 STEM events at a freshman college level. Self motivation needed, and 3-4 competitions are on Saturdays. Lots of fun while learning!
Sponsor: Melissa Shultz
The mission of the Student Council is to provide a voice for the students of Sequoyah Middle School, to provide activities for the student body, to render community service, and to demonstrate leadership and the democratic decision-making process.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Sponsor: LeighAnne Lovett
SADD's mission is to encourage students at Sequoyah to lead a drug-free life.
Technology Students of America (TSA)
Sponsor: Gayle Hahn
TSA is for either current or past Gateway to Technology students. Students will work on and compete in events they choose.
Sponsor: Michael Schroeder
TigerBots Robotics Club will be building and competing in robotics events throughout the state.
Sponsors: Katie Lee
This group encourages the tenants of Rachel’s Challenge by modeling the “Chain Reaction of Compassion and Kindness.”
Students produce annual yearbook with teacher supervision. Club meets after school.