Club Descriptions

AUDIO/VIDEO (SOFA) CLUB: Students OF Audio learn about the latest technology for recording concerts.

GSA CLUB: stands for Gay, Straight Alliance. It is a place for all students to discuss issues and plan activities related to diversity. The overall goal of the GSA is to create a more accepting learning environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or individual differences.

CITY OF SHORELINE: Come to the SAC after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays and join the fun. Games, projects, art activities, snacks and more

TIGER TUTORING: Spend quiet time in the Library doing your homework and getting help from staff and high school tutors.

MAGIC/DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: Learn and enjoy playing these fun card games. Depending on interest we may expand to other games such as Yu-Gi-Oh!

ONLINE STUDENT NEWSPAPER: How would you like to be a reporter, photographer or the editor of our first online student newspaper? This year the school paper will be online! We will be able to not only report the news, but also include video coverage, blogs for our readers and much more.

TABLE TENNIS TEAM: Play ping-pong in the SAC…fun & fast paced action!

DRAMA CLUB: is for all students who love the performing arts—singing, dancing and acting! We will play drama games, watch theater performances and even get some insider information on the school play.

YEARBOOK AND PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Want to be a part of creating Einstein’s 2013-14 school Yearbook? Are you interested in photography, writing, editing, student surveys and/or graphic design? Then join YEARBOOK CLUB!

COUCH CLUB: Creative Outstanding Understanding Children of Hope will meet to do their homework for 45 minutes and spend the last 45 minutes relaxing, socializing and playing board games (NEW to Einstein this year!:)

DACB CLUB: Share and learn drawing skills, watch anime videos, make posters, drawing contests (even if you aren’t into drawing-stop in an visit this fun club).

CHESS CLUB: Interested in playing chess? Participate in friendly and competitive games of chess.

MATH CLUB:. We do Math Olympiad contests and train for other off campus competitions. Come join us whenever you can if you are interested in working on some fun and challenging math problems.

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CLUB: The Shoreline foundation has awarded Einstein grants for the purchase of Lego robotics equipment, which club members use to build and program robots.. The club has done programming with Scratch, please come and join us 2nd Trimester!

PIZZA AND BOOKS CLUB: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet in the library once a month to discuss books while eating pizza. No required reading, reports or homework. 9/25, 10/23, 11/20, 12/18, 1/22, 2/26, 3/26, 4/16, 5/28

THE WRITE STUFF: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet in the library once a month to have fun with writing. There will be writing games and exercises and an opportunity to have your work critiqued if you so desire. 10/9, 11/13, 12/11, 1/8, 2/12, 3/12, 4/9, 5/14

LATINO CLUB: Latino Club is a place for ALL students interested in the cultures of Spanish-speaking peoples. We meet every Thursday after school in room E8 and watch films, listen to music, make food, learn dances, play games, speak Spanish (or “spanglish”) and work on homework. Throughout the year Latino club will plan school wide events to celebrate special holidays, sporting events, etc.

VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING:
He is BACK! Star Programmer Alex is back for another year of Video Game Programming. Eighth graders, you know who I am talking about; Seventh graders, we have a really cool club where you can learn the basic of Game Programming, work in groups to learn the foundations of Gaming, and have a GREAT time. Girls and Guys are invited: First meeting A-2 Wednesday November 6th 3:00-4:30pm. Mr. McDowell