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Meeting Times

Academic Bowl
Mrs. Wright

Academic Bowl is a team/club for students who love intense competition requiring copious amounts of academic knowledge. It's rigorous and exciting. The team competes against future Jeopardy contestants at every tournament it attends. As a matter of fact, Academic Bowl students ARE future Jeopardy contestants! The team members practices every Wednesday morning and during club time in Hawk 30 to sharpen not only their academic knowledge, but also their buzzing skills. Academic Bowl is a fast-paced and challenging opportunity for motivated students. 

Academic Bowl is a part of Holcomb Bridge's endeavor to recognize and promote academic and character excellence for every student in our school. Academic Bowl…

·         Creates good work/study habits
·         Broadens individual horizons of factual information
·         Develops poise and confidence in public presentation
·         Develops teamwork and promotes good citizenship  
·         Instills an appreciation for the pursuit of knowledge

Room 420

Art Club
Ms. Marbry

The Art Club will be experimenting with new materials with lots of different projects including life size silhouettes and altered books.


Art Room

Boys 2 Men
Mr. Johnson


A group mentoring program designed to address the academic, social, and emotional needs of adolescent male students, with the focus of developing personal excellence and encouraging academic success of participants.  The boys engage in candid, direct, and thorough discussion of issues they experience as they develop into young men and prepare for high school & life.  

Two times per month during the school day

Chess Club
Mr. Graham

The Chess Club gives students an opportunity to play friendly games of chess against their peers in a low-stress environment. Students of all levels are welcome to come, as help is given to those who need it.



Extramural Sports

The Middle School Intramural/Extramural Program is designed to provide opportunities for the student's personal development, skill development, application of knowledge and desire to be a life long learner. As an outgrowth of the physical education instructional program, the program offerings supplement and complement those offered in the instructional physical education program. 

The program is two pronged: Intramural and Extramural. The Extramural program is limited to seventh and eighth grades. At this level, students are involved in competitive sports against other Fulton County Middle Schools. In order to participate, students must meet the requirements of the Intramural Program and have a current sports physical (within calendar year of sport) on file, at the school.  Practices are Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 4:15, in the gym.

See the EXTRACURRICULAR tab for more information.  




​FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes. You don’t have to be an athlete to come join us Friday mornings for a time of fun, fellowship, and encouragement. Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth grade welcome!

Intramural Sports

The Middle School Intramural/Extramural Program is designed to provide opportunities for the student's personal development, skill development, application of knowledge and desire to be a life long learner. As an outgrowth of the physical education instructional program, the program offerings supplement and complement those offered in the instructional physical education program. 

The program is two pronged: Intramural and Extramural. The Intramural Program is open to all grade levels. Students must be registered for the program, have personal insurance, and have their own transportation home. 

See the EXTRACURRICULAR tab for more information.  



Jr. Beta Club
Ms. Elaine Nelson

The purpose of the Holcomb Bridge Jr. Beta Club is to promote scholarship, leadership, and good citizenship at Holcomb Bridge Middle School. Students are approved for membership because of their iCare character traits and academic  achievement. The membership of this organization is made up of students grades 7th-8th who meet the high academic and character requirements.  Students are expected to engage in community service opportunities, keep up with a log of community service hours, and maintain their high academic requirements while in the organization. 


Model UN

Model United Nations is a group of students who participated in a simulation of the United Nations.  They are assigned nations to research and be expected to participate as delegates at conferences. Not only will they not achieve Model UN’s goal of educating them about civics, diplomacy, international affairs and communication but they will learn skills applicable to everyday life. Through presentation debate, research and communication, participants learn to consult ad confer in small and large group setting in variety of topics.


Room 508

Mrs. Montalto

Every spring we put on a school musical. Students from throughout the school will have the opportunity to audition for the play. You do not have to be in chorus to be in the musical! Once the musical is chosen, students will be given a certain piece to prepare and sing for the panel of judges. Students will also read a monologue. Details will come at a later date!


Chorus Room


National Jr. Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society is the leader among educational organizations and societies that promotes recognition for middle level students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Membership in National Junior Honor Society is a privilege. The Honor Society member exhibits excellence in academics and leadership, displays honorable and admirable character, and demonstrates a commitment to service and good citizenship—all of which indicate that the member is willing to use personal talents and skills for the improvement of both self and society.

First Tuesday of the month

Newspaper Club

​The School Newspaper Club is for students interested in reporting and writing about our awesome school and community. The newspaper is published monthly and is written by students for students. The newspaper is a great form of expression for student staff writers! And for the student body, reading all the wonderful things going on in our school is even better! No experience is required as students will learn all about the art of journalism! And have fun doing it! We meet every Monday (excluding holidays) at 8am in room 408. Come and join us! We hope to see you there!

Photography Club

Mr. Andry

​Holcomb Bridge Middle School Photography Club provides an opportunity for students interested in photography and editing.  The members will meet, work, and share their knowledge of the medium with one another.   They will also learn the latest editing techniques to enhance their photos.  Their iPad (given by the school) or personal camera will be needed.

Power Over Prejudice (POP)
Mr. Johnson

Seventh grade students are selected by teachers to attend the annual Power Over Prejudice Summit at Georgia Tech, where they are engaged in learning activities with other middle school students from across the metro Atlanta area.  These students are exposed to diversity topics which often contribute to prejudice, stereotyping and violence in middle schools.  Students are also equipped with communication skills and tools for empowering their peers to also respect and embrace differences.  Throughout remainder of school year, POP Club students conduct classroom lessons regarding diversity, stereotyping, exclusion, acceptance, etc. 

Reading Bowl
Ms. Slagley

Reading Bowl is a club for book worms. We read books from a list of 20 award winning novels. Then we compete against other schools to see who knows the most about those books. We meet about once a month at the beginning of the year, but we have our own Learning Lab in the winter to practice answering questions.

Mr. Pawlowski


Robotics Club will be working with Legos Robotics. This year’s theme is “Senior Solutions” which focuses on aging and how it may affect a person’s ability to maintain his or her lifestyle.  See Mr. Pawlowski in room 615 for an application. 


Room 615

Technology Club
Mr. Pawlowski

​Technology Student Association (TSA ) is the only student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of technology education students. Open to students who are enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA is composed of over 150,000 middle and high school students in 2,000 schools spanning 48 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents, and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members can learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student. From engineers to business managers our alumni credit TSA with a positive influence on their lives.

​Every other Thursday

Room 615

Ms. Getty


​Students will be hands-on in this club creating our very own Holcomb Bridge Yearbook.






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