The Fort Gordon Middle School and Teen Center is NOW OPEN!
Before School: 5:15 am – 8:00 am
Virtual Learning: 5:15 am – 1:00 pm
Open Recreation: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Middle School and Teen Center is offering a Summer Camp from May 24th - August 4th including a bunch of fun programs that kids can be a part of!
Virtual Learning - Daily
“Making Minutes Count”
“Experience that is enhanced through utilizing computers and/or the internet both outside and inside the facilities of the educational organization. The instruction takes place in an online environment.” Provides help with homework, tutoring, high-yield learning activities and encourages members to become self-directed learners.
Power Hour - Daily
“Making Minutes Count” Study Groups
Provides help with homework, tutoring and high-yield learning activities and encourages members to become self-directed learners.
Fine Art - (Drama, Photography, painting, drawing, sewing, jewelry making & so much more)
“Discover, Develop, and Deploy” Endless Possibilities...
Encourages artistic expression among club members through drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, mixed media and sculpture.
Be a STAR
The Be a STAR (Show Tolerance and Respect) bullying prevention program encourages young people to treat others with respect through education and grassroots.
“A Game Plan for Mind, Body and Soul”
Triple Play is a dynamic wellness program that demonstrates how to eat right, keep fit and identifies how positive relationships add up to a healthy lifestyle.
“Grow Your Future”
Young people engage in the fundamentals of hair, beauty, barbering, nails and skin prior to graduating High School. Making career choices during Middle/High School will help gear students closer to their chosen field while having fun.
“Skills, Mastery and Resilience Training”
Club girls explore their own and societal attitudes and values as they build skills for eating right, staying physically fit, receiving good health care and developing positive relationships with peers and adults.
“A Leadership and Service Club for our Future Leaders”
A “club within the Club” helping to meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents. They work together to implement projects in four focus areas: service to club and community, education, health and fitness, and social recreation.
“The Ultimate Teen Program”
Keystone Clubs provide leadership development opportunities for young people ages 14 to 18. Youth participate in activities in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service.
Passport to Manhood
“Let’s Talk About it” Self-Discovery
Passport to Manhood represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior.
“Jump Start Your Future Goals”
Career Launch encourages club members, ages 13 to 18, to assess their skills and interests, explore careers, make sound educational decisions and prepare to join our nation's work force.
Healthy Habits-Culinary Cooking Club
“Habits That Will Last a Lifetime – Prepare, Create & Taste”
Healthy Habits emphasizes good nutrition, regular physical activity and improved overall well-being.
“Stay Smart Online: Think Before you Click”
Cyber Safety is a cyberbullying awareness and prevention program providing youth with the knowledge and skills necessary to create and promote a civil, safe online culture.
“Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics”
DIY STEM is a hands-on, activity-based STEM curriculum which connects youth to science themes they encounter regularly. Special attention is paid to connections of theory and application and the common interactions members have with these scientific principles. DIY STEM currently includes five modules: Energy and Electricity, Engineering Design, Food Chemistry and Science of Sports.
“Ways Social Media & Technology Advances”
“The four H's stand for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.”
Kids and teens complete hands-on projects in areas like heath, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles.