Have fun learning together!

*Groups and Clubs are volunteer-run, parents are responsible for their children while in the building for these events.

Bible Club

Bible Club is geared toward Elementary and Middle schoolers. Together we will be going through the Bible chronologically and learn some simple Hebrew language and the Aleph Bet. We will have games engaging and interactive games, Scripture memory songs, and Bible reading. Don’t forget to bring your Bibles, but don’t worry if you don’t have one as we will have extra for you to use. If we have some extra time, we can also play with Animo cards.

Art Club

Art Club is a fun way for students ages 11 and under to learn about making a wide variety of art activities. The activities are usually based around an artist, theme, or artistic element. Come learn together about art.

Art Studio allows students ages 12 and up to fellowship with other artists in a more relaxed and informal setting to share ideas, discuss inspiration, and work on art. Art Studio is a place for practicing artists to hone their skills, develop their techniques and portfolios, and collaborate with other artists like themselves. Student directed.

No experience is necessary.

Drama Club


Drama Club is a place for students to explore their creativity and express themselves through the performing arts. Drama club is geared for elementary and middle school students who are interested in theater, whether they have experience or not. Drama Club is a place where students can come together to work towards a common goal, build confidence, and develop lifelong friendships.

Student Eagle

Tennessee Student Eagle is an organization sponsored by Tennessee Eagle Forum composed of like-minded teenage students who share conservative interests. This program trains students ages 12 and up to be knowledgeable, independent thinkers to face the current social and political environment. Student Eagle meets monthly with Frances Arthur, the TN Student Eagle Director, to discuss an issue or current event. The students determine which topics to discuss in advance.  Our students also track one piece of legislation through the committee process each session. They are also taught how to lobby the bill through emails, phone calls, and visits with legislators.

During the General Assembly session, our teens have the opportunity to shadow state legislators for a day at the TN State Capitol. They attend committee meetings, hear from the constituents, and may even get to hear debates on the House and Senate floors.

Frances has taught high school, middle school, and elementary school in public, homeschool, and homeschool cooperative settings over the last 30 years. As a lifelong learner, she has developed a skill set that allows her to effectively teach government, politics, economics, and American and world history. She frequently serves as a judge for local speech and debate tournaments. Involved with so many worthy endeavors, Frances says that her favorite volunteer work is serving with Tennessee Eagle Forum as the Student Eagle Director, teaching high school students across the state how to participate in their government effectively. Frances has served in this role since 2011.

*Donation to help cover travel costs for Frances is appreciated.

Science Club

Science Club is the place for elementary and middle school-age students who are interested in science to participate in fun science experiments and projects. Science Club offers hands-on experience with various disciplines in science.
Science Club is a great place to make new friends while learning. You can explore your interests in science and expand your knowledge while having fun. We plan to have the students explore a different science topic in each meeting in a fun, relaxed environment. The meeting’s topic will be decided by the students.

Game Time Unplugged

Game Time is a time for students to unplug, get together, and have fun playing their favorite board and card games together.
This is a great time to meet and interact with like-minded people.

Speech Club

Speech Club is for students ages 12 and up who want to develop the skills necessary to think critically and communicate effectively. Starting with basic instruction, Speech Club is intended to be a fun and encouraging place with lots of opportunities for public speaking practice.

Competition is optional but encouraged and fun.

*Speech Club will be student-led with a parent supervisor present.

*Students will figure out the financial needs of the group.

Aquarium Club

In Aquarium Club you will learn how to set up, care for, customize, and maintain an aquarium. Beginner to expert students are welcome. Come learn what types of aquatic plants and different species of aquatic animals you can use in an aquarium.

Aquariums are so educational, you do not need to have your own, come and learn with Mr. Ray

Hebrew Class

Hebrew Class is for Adults and High School students interested in learning Hebrew.

Tyler Pahl will be starting with the basic Aleph-Bet after that the class will decide if Biblical or Modern Hebrew will be learned.

Writing Club

Writing Club is geared toward middle and high school students who are interested in writing, regardless of experience. Our volunteers provide a supportive and collaborative environment where students can share their work, give and receive feedback, and learn from one another. We will be having various activities focused on different aspects of writing. Join us and grow as a writer while making lasting connections with others who share your passion for the written word.