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Climate & Culture Ambassadors

BTMS Climate & Culture Ambassadors serve their school by participating in activities that promote a positive school environment. They will assist with school branding and plan events throughout the year. Students will take part in entrepreneurial leadership activities, which include running our school store, with an emphasis on design, marketing, and budget. 

Mondays in the Principal’s Conference Room
Mrs. Smith

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) 

 FBLA Middle Level teaches middle school students skills that are needed in everyday life and for real-world professional experiences. Students will participate in activities, conferences, and projects.

1st and 3rd Mondays of the month in room 9-220
Mrs. Otero

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

 Membership is for 8th graders only who met academic requirements of A/B Honor Roll and were nominated by their teachers. 7th grade students will be inducted in the Spring.

2nd and 4th Mondays of the month in room 9-219
Mr. May

Science Olympiad
(starting in November)

This is an academic interscholastic competition that consists of team events which students prepare for during the year. There is a regional competition held at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Spring. Any student with an interest in science or engineering is invited to apply! We have openings for 15 team members.

Ms. Coolican

Future Problem Solvers (FPS)

Students take part in a 6 step writing process that challenges critical thinking and problem solving. Students write in a district competition for the chance to compete at the state and international levels. Scenario Writing and Scenario Performance are also attached to this club, but are not required.

Tuesdays in the Clutch Lab
Ms. Scudder, Mrs. Stone, Ms. Johnson

Community Problem Solvers (CmPS)
Students will work on projects to solve a problem in their community. This includes writing, scrapbooking, making displays, and a commitment to problem solving. Students get the chance to compete at the state and international levels. 

Tuesdays in the Clutch Lab
Ms. Scudder, Mrs. Stone, Ms. Johnson

 Yearbook & Journalism

Students create a lasting memory of the school year. Photographers and writers are most welcome and those who want to be involved with all that is going on around school. 

Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 9-126
Mrs. Jones


The Eaglettes is an afterschool team based on dance and colorguard. This team will perform at various community and school based events and will run from September to April. Eaglettes is in partnership with the FPC Starlets and will be learning material under their lead.

Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Gym
Ms. Bell

Builders Club

 Builders Club is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. All students are welcome!

Every other Tuesday in Room 9-125
Ms. Malloy

 The Robotics club provides problem solving opportunities that integrate math, science, engineering, and technology. Students may participate in First Lego League Challenge, City Shapers, and the First Tech Challenge, Skystone. Students are not required to compete to be a part of the club.

Tuesdays in room 9-220

Mrs. Otero

Eagle Art Lounge

The Buddy Taylor Eagle Art Lounge is a place where artists can come together to create in multiple art mediums and collaborate.

Tuesday in room 1-168
Mrs. Brooks.

Student Government Association (SGA)

Members of SGA are the voice of BTMS. Students are leaders and work to make the school better for students and teachers. You’ll plan fundraisers, dances, rallies, and other events throughout the year. All students are welcome!

Wednesdays in the SGA Room (1-140)
Ms. Scudder, Mrs. Stone, Ms. Johnson


The drumline will learn to play drum cadences and will perform at school and community events.  Participants are not required to play the drums in band but all participants must be in band.

Wednesdays in the Band Room
Mrs. Morden

Dance/Drama Club

By invitation/audition only, students from Musical Theater/Dance classes rehearsal and performance.

Mrs. Paris

Future Farmers of America (FFA)

 FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agriscience education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. Members participate in conferences, camps, competitions and community service.

2nd Thursday of the Month in Room 1-171
Mr. Davis

Hispanic Heritage Club

This is a culture club for Latino/Hispanic students, students taking a Spanish class, or any student interested in Hispanic culture. Students will study and appreciate cultural similarities and/or differences through a variety of activities and volunteering in the community. 

Thursdays in Room 9-214
Mrs. Garces

FIT Girls/Mentoring

The Buddy Taylor F.I.T. Girls group provides encouragement, structure and support via mental and physical fitness coaching. Girls will meet and work with female members of Flagler County and are also allotted the opportunity to create strong bonds and friendships with the FPC Starlet mentors which ensures a smooth transition to high school.

Ms. Kelley and Mrs. Green

Law Club

In this student run club, you will choose the role of a prosecutor or defense attorney, prepare your case file for trial and enjoy learning as you actually present your case at a mock trial.  Have fun with like-minded, motivated students and learn about the practice of law.  

Thursdays in room 1-142
Mr. Thrall

Gardening Club

Students will design and plant their own pizza garden while learning, nutrition, cooking and life skills. Students will also create nutritious snacks. You must register online with 4H for the Buddy Taylor 4H club in order to participate (limited to 20 students).

Every Other Thursday
Ms. Coolican

Gaming Club

Designed for students who want to try out programming, VR and digital tools. Students will be taught to code using the popular Scratch programming language from MIT. They will make video game and animation projects and ean tate certifications in Cyber-Security, Digital Tools and Gaming Essentials.

Every Other Thursday
Ms. Coolican

 Eagle Chef Club

Students will be given the opportunity to improve basic food preparation skills. Students will learn how to prepare healthy food. We will learn about food in different cultures. We will also be working with the garden club. Limit 20 students.

2nd & 4th Thursdays
Mrs. Mittelmen

Geography Club

The National Geographic GeoBee is an annual competition designed to inspire and reward students' curiosity about the world.  Students will participate in the GeoBee competition and if qualified take part in the state competition.

1st and 3rd Thursdays in room 1-144
Mrs. Paulo

Math Club

Mu Alpha Theta/ Math Olympiad Tuesdays and Fridays during lunch and after school until 3:20.

 Mr. Reinhert © 2019 Flagler County Public Schools.