One of the best ways to develop school pride and team spirit in middle school is to participate in our clubs. In collaboration with The Opportunity Project, Youth At Heart and many other community partners, Hale Junior High is home to The AfterOpp Program. Hale students can choose from more than 20 clubs ranging from Robotics to Rowing. More than 150 Hale students are currently enrolled – but there is still room for more!
Learn more about the Youth At Heart organization here.
- Mind Lab
- Young Fashion Designers
- Environmental Science Club
- Film Society
- Rubik's Cube Club
- YearBook Club
- Rowing club with grow tulsa
- Teens in action with campfire
- coding club
- Bike Club
- Chef Club
- theater club
- Hip Hop dance club
- Sports u performance
- Academic Bowl
- Honor Society
- Chess Club
Create, build, and program your own Robot! Robotics Club is led by the Youth At Heart organization, and engages students in STEM learning through the exciting challenge of building and programming robots!
Mind Lab provides a learning environment where students can participate in exciting brain games as well as receive test-prep, homework help or tutoring if needed!
Love fashion and design? The Young Fashion Designer’s Project encourages you to showcase your style – learn about fashion design and upcycling clothing. Make your mark and have fun constructing original clothing designs!
Through the Environment Science Club, students will learn how to preserve our planet through hands-on creative projects! Students will participate in a Recycle Relay Race; they'll build stomp rockets out of repurposed materials; they'll make their own recycled paper; and they will learn about compost and meet one of the animals that make decomposition possible - worms!
Love video? Want to be on our YouTube channel? Check out Hale Film Society where there is a space for students to create & star in student films!
Do you enjoy a challenge? Take part in unique Rubik’s cube games and activities and learn to conquer the complex cube. Students will collaborate with peers as they investigate strategies to solve the puzzle at hand. Students will walk away with a new and impressive skill!
Yearbook Club offers students a creative community where they are equipped to build and develop skills in photography, editing, copywriting and leadership! Yearbook students have the opportunity to be more involved in their school by attending and documenting school sponsored events. Students involved in yearbook club create a lasting keepsake for the entire student body!
gROW Tulsa provides participants with the opportunity to receive rowing instruction and use rowing machines! In addition to developing rowing technique and increasing fitness levels, the program will also include STEM-based activities using data collected by the rowing machine to further understanding in math, science and technology. Join us and gROW!
Do you want to bring positive change to your community? Would you like the opportunity to voice your concerns and explore ways to improve the world around you? Teens in Action will allow you the opportunity to explore problems within your community and take action to solve them!
Through coding club students will investigate the strategies and methods of computer programming. They will use online platforms to develop and practice coding skills that can be incredibly useful in the technology-based society that exists today!
*No prior knowledge of coding is necessary*
Young people and caring adult volunteers meet weekly after school, to ride bikes, improve cycling skills and develop vital life skills through this exciting physical activity. Students with all levels of cycling experience are welcome!
Ready to cultivate your cooking skills? Come hungry and ready to discover exciting flavors and ingredients! We will have fun making delicious food that we will enjoy together. Young people build independence and self-confidence by cooking simple dishes while gaining valuable experience in budgeting, problem-solving, grocery shopping, dining etiquette, and much more.
Interested in acting? Want to learn about building sets? In Theatre Club students with learn about both onstage and backstage skills, play theater games, receive coaching for acting and public speaking, and learn life skills by awakening their creativity.
In Hip-Hop Dance Club, students will take part in up-beat, rhythmic activities as they learn new dance moves and work together to choreograph dances to popular music. Students have the chance to express themselves through this creative and active dance club.
Have a passion for sports, fitness and health? Through Sports U, students will take part in fitness training, flexibility training, and power training exercises. Sports U’s experienced training staff assists each student in discovering their fitness potential and sports related passions!
Rangers, check out this fun, fast-paced, all-subject quiz competition where teams compete to “buzz in” with the right answers. Show your school pride as we compete against other schools for the top spot.
Poetry Club allows students to voice their opinions, emotions and ideas in a creative way. Students can expect to take part in self reflection exercises and improve writing skills in a fun and artistic way!