Activities & Clubs
Academic Decathlon is a class which meets during high school access and also on Fridays. High School students who wish to compete at the highest levels academically will have opportunities to represent Frontier at both the state and national levels. Mr. Fooshee is the club sponsor.
Academic Pentathlon is open to all Frontier Academy Middle School students who are seeking a competitive, academic based challenge. We meet during the school year in order to help prepare the team for state and national competitive testing during the spring semester. Mr. Fooshee is the club sponsor.
Athletes Summit is a leadership group represented by student athletes in all sports at Frontier Academy. Student athletes are selected by coaches to represent their team. Meetings consist of leadership training and planning for the Annual Leadership Conference. Mr. Shanklin is the club sponsor.
Mrs. Neel and Mrs. Thurman host Builders Club. What is Builders Club? Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school students and is student led! We help around the school and in the community. Two times each month we volunteer at the Weld County Food Bank. You can run for President, Vice President, Secretary or Student body rep. Or just come be a club member, we would love to have you! Please listen at school and check your email for announcements and when meetings will occur.
Coexist is a club dedicated to providing a safe and inclusive space for all students. It is a club geared toward building a supportive and loving community as well as looking for opportunities to promote advocacy and school initiatives to continue to build an equitable and supportive experience for all students. For more information, contact Mr. Rosson (high school) and Ms. Minor (middle school).
Game Club - Middle School
Game club is an after school club - and we love to play games! Stay tuned for more information and listen to the school announcements! Stop by Mrs. McKinnon's classroom and find out more! Hosted by Mrs. McKinnon.
Homework club is a club for middle school students only. It is a daily club that meets after school from 3:30-4:00 to provide support for completing homework. Teachers and NHS members will be available to help students with their assignments. Please reach out to your student's teacher for more information.
Our goal is to build our home, school, and community through service. What does that mean for you? It means you get to help people, feel good about being a part of the change you wish to see in the world and have a nice bundle of community service hours for your resume/college applications. We do things like pack food boxes at the Food Bank, read books with elementary students at East Memorial, trick-or-treat for UNICEF, and lots more! Hosted by Mrs. Neel. For more information or to view our projects calendar, please CLICK HERE to visit our website.
LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) is "the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 1,000 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and serves all Hispanic nationality groups" (lulac.org/about). If you are interested in joining Frontier Academy's chapter of LULAC club, please talk to or email Ms. Leal or Mrs. Roth
National Junior Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society is for 7th and 8th grade students who demonstrate leadership and are committed to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship in school settings. Students with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher will be invited to apply and member nominations will occur in September. Members will meet the third Wednesday of every month before school to strengthen their leadership skills, community involvement, and overall character. Members will also plan and perform their service obligations through mini service projects throughout the year and one major service project that is required each year. Please email Ms. Steward with any questions.
National Honor Society
National Honor Society is sponsored by Mrs. Clark and meets the third Thursday of each month where we plan community service projects and then carry them out. Our year-long, school-wide project is free tutoring services after school for all secondary school students in the library every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. National Honor Society is not a club, but rather an honor society: Members must be juniors or seniors and are selected each spring through a rigorous, multi-step process requiring that they have a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.5 and have met personal goals of integrity, service, and leadership.
SART Peers is a peer education program that utilizes the enthusiasm, talent and credibility of high school student leaders to inform youth about sexual violence. Presenters work to not only raise awareness and knowledge on these topics, but to increase support for survivors and create a safer school culture. High school peer leaders complete a full day training and present to underclassmen. For more information, contact Ms. Miller or Ms. Steward.
Speech & Debate
On this team, you will travel to other schools and districts to compete for your school and yourself in speech and debate activities: dramatic or humorous performances, partner debates, impromptu and persuasive speeches. If you are interested, please reach out to Mr. Kascak as soon as possible!
Play Spikeball and have lots of fun. For more information, reach out to Ms. Chacon.
High School Student Council is a group of students dedicated to promoting and providing memorable high school experiences while building school traditions and spirit. This includes student support initiatives, Homecoming activities, dances, volunteer opportunities, community outreach, leadership development and book studies. Questions? Please email Mr. Rosson or Mr. Ainsworth.
Middle School Student Council will be starting soon! Our goal is to help middle schoolers become better leaders for the future, by participating in community service, organizing school events, and providing fun opportunities for all. If you would like to join, come see Ms. Leija or Mr. Blake and be sure to listen to announcements!