Extra Curricular

After School Program  The After School Academic Program at Flint Hill is available Monday-Friday from 2:30-6:00 p.m. at a cost of $45.00 per week per child. The program is operated by quality staff and includes a nutritious snack, homework help, and academic support in math and reading in a safe, structured environment. Health and fitness,, arts and crafts, technology, and music are also incorporated during after school care.

Art ClubArt Club engages students in creative self-expression through art. To participate in Art Club, you must be in the 5th grade and have an art portfolio of at least ten works. There is a deadline to submit your portfolio. These dates are given at the beginning of the school year. Art Club members will be selected based on their portfolio and behavior/participation in art class. Art Club members are encouraged to keep a sketch book and create art work to share with the group. Art Club meetings are scheduled throughout the school year during homeroom prior to the beginning of school.

CHAMPS Logo Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety

C.H.A.M.P.S. is an anti-drug violence program taught by deputies to fifth graders in Newton County by teaching students to be leaders of tomorrow by facing the challenges of today.

Honor Chorus The Newton County Honor Chorus is made up of ten 5th grade students from each elementary school in the county. In order to be chosen students must be a member of the Wolf Pack Singers. Honor Chorus is held in March of each year.

Junior Beta club The National Junior Beta Club recognizes outstanding academic achievement and promotes the ideals of leadership, commendable character, and service to the school and community. The opportunity is open to all rising fifth graders who achieve and maintain an academic grade point average of 85, pass all sections of the Milestones, and demonstrate exemplary character and leadership skills. Students are officially inducted into the Club during the Fall of the fifth grade year. Junior Beta Club meets monthly to plan service projects. This year members have assisted the Relay for Life Team in their fund-raising activities and are involved in a Book Buddy project reading with students in our primary grades.

Honor ChorusThe Wolf Pack Singers recognize students who enjoy singing, dancing, and performing. WPS are involved in musical productions within the school as well as performances at special events. The chorus is open to fourth and fifth grade students that maintain good academic standing in class. Students are selected based on their audition score and teacher recommendation. Since chorus practice is held after school, it is mandatory that parents provide transportation at the end of each practice.

WPTV News Show The WPTV Crew provides students with opportunities to direct, produce, and anchor a school news broadcast to promote school spirit, celebrate individual and group accomplishments, and inform students of Flint Hill news. Participation in the news crew is open to fifth grade students whose applications are accepted based on previous grades, recommendations availability of slots to be filled, and individual student auditions.

Robitics LogoThe Flint Hill Robotics Club builds robots with VEX IQ components. VEX IQ is a robotics platform designed to transform STEM learning for young students and their teachers. In the VEX Competitions, students are tasked with designing and building a robot to play against other teams from around the county, state, and world in a game-based engineering challenge. Classroom STEM concepts are put to the test on the playing field as students learn lifelong skills in teamwork, leadership, communications, and more. Tournaments at held year-round at the regional, state, and national levels. 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders who have been nominated by their teachers are eligible to be in the club.


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