Middle School Activities

National Junior Honor Society Members
Middle School listings are subject to change. For more information for meeting days and times please visit the Horizon Honors Secondary Calendar.

Band Council Band Council is comprised of elected members from Symphonic Band. The function of the Band Council is to support the band program through leadership, fundraisers, social activities and service activities. Mr. Adam 7th-12th Grade
Choir Council
Choir  Council is comprised of elected members from all choirs with leadership positions filled by members of the Cantabile Honors Chorale. Choir Council supports the choir program through fundraisers, social activities, performance opportunities, and festivals.
Mr. Granger
7th-12th Grade
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code encourages and engages young women in computer science and programming while striving to increase the percentage of women in computer science. All experience levels are welcome.
Mrs. Cahill 7th-12th Grade 
 International Thespian Society  The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the Educational Theatre Association’s honorary organization for students.  Our Thespian Troupe encourages involvement in all aspects of theatre arts and theatrical expression. Membership is earned by participating in the theatre program at Horizon Honors (no just acting) and accumulating points for admission.  Thespians receive a wide range of benefits and opportunities throughout their high school careers and become Thespian alumni after graduation. Must Pay Club Dues Mr. Garrett 
Mrs. Wood 
 7th-12th Grade
 The Mythical Creature Club  
The Mythical Creature Club will meet to explore various types of creatures through discussion and art.  We will debate our favorite creatures and find out why they resonate with us. 

Mr. Holst   7th & 8th Grade
NJHS -National Junior Honor Society This organization promotes the recognition of students who demonstrate outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, citizenship, and service. Its purpose is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, to develop character, and to encourage good citizenship among middle school students. Students are invited to apply for membership second semester based on GPA.  Must Pay Club Dues Mrs. Neel 7th & 8th Grade
 The Origami Aviators Club  
The Origami Aviators Club is focused on improving folding and precision skills.  Lessons will be taught on folding mechanics through discussion and video.  There will be folding competitions in addition to several category-based challenges.  Become an Origami Aviator today!

Mrs. Buttrey   7th-12th Grade 
Pickleball Club The Pickleball Club will provide students with an education in Pickleball rules and strategies in addition to giving students the chance to compete against one another.  Students will provide their own transportation to and from Pecos park.  

Ms. Sorel

Starting 2nd Semester
7th-12th Grade  
 Pre-Med Club  
The Pre-Med is focused on students who are interested in attending medical school or have an interest in pursuing a career in the medical field. The club will introduce you to tips, skills, and opportunities that will help with your career pursuit. 

 Mrs. Bors  7th-12th Grade 
Student Council (StuCo) Members of Student Council are to be role models for student behavior, leadership, and service.  Student Council members are expected to be a positive force in the classroom and model behavior that upholds Horizon Honor’s leadership expectations.  Student Council members are involved in sponsoring fundraising to support Middle School social opportunities and events, as well as community projects.  Members are expected to not only participate, but lead in community service projects throughout the school year. The council members are elected in August each school year.  And leadership roles are voted on by the council.
Miss Davis & Mrs. Wood 7th & 8th Grade
Travel Club Horizon Honors is excited to offer a variety of educational travel opportunities.  These opportunities not only enhance a student’s education, but create life experiences which build self-confidence.  Travel, whether national or international, awakens the senses—and mind—to different cultures, people, languages, and experiences.  Trips will vary by year and include a variety of opportunities including language immersion, service learning, and hand-on workshops or training.  Through these experiences students enhance their knowledge of history, language, art, architecture, theatre, literature, science, and culture while navigating the cities of the world, making friends, and having life experiences that create unforgettable memories.  Club members participate in pre-travel education and exercises to prepare for the specific trip and record on-trip reflections that recount each day's adventures to the Horizon Honors community via Facebook and Instagram.
Mrs. Wood (Leader) & 
Miss Davis
7th & 8th Grade
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