Co-Curricular Activities

Co-Curricular Activities

Longs Peak Middle School offers a variety of extracurricular activities that fosters meaningful relationships, academic achievement and individual pride for students. These activities include:

Do you enjoy watching anime or reading manga? Do you want to create your own anime character? Come join Anime Club with Mrs. Olson where you will meet others who share your passion for watching and talking about anime.

Mondays, twice monthly from 3:20-4:15

Come as you are and be creative with Mr. Wysong as we work on various art projects.

Weekly on Thursdays starting October 7th.

Students working on projects at Art Club.

Are you interested in the game of baseball? Join the baseball club with Mr. Hancock to learn more about the game and prepare to play the game at the next level! 

Mondays and Thursdays 3:20-4:20 through December.

Bikes bikes and more bikes….while also serving community. Students will work with Mr. Meehan on learning valuable skills in mechanics, bike maintenance, and bicycle repair. Club members will participate in several events in the school year and an annual bike giveaway in the community in partnership with the YMCA.

Weekly on Thursdays starting in October. 3:30-5:00pm

Students working in the LPMS Bike Shop.

Do you like board games? Do you like hanging out with friends and making new ones? The Ram Fam Board Game Club is starting soon! Meet with Mrs. Scovill & Mrs. Schuller after school once a week to have fun playing board games! The only rule is that you can’t be on a screen.

Wednesdays starting October 6th from 3:15-4:15.

Students playing Battleship, Dominoes, and a card game.

We provide boys with the opportunity to learn and refine basic and intermediate skills used in competitive volleyball. Players who participate will work with Ms. Heien and Mr. Meehan to learn basic fundamentals, spirit of competition, teamwork, and leave LPMS, feeling confident to try out and competing at the high school level.

Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays in the winter & spring.

Do you want to learn the basics of cheer or improve on what you already know? Do you want to prepare for high school cheer? Come join Mrs. Olson in Cheer Club where you will be part of a team and have fun!

Thursdays from 3:15-4:00

Work with Mr. Jiron, Mr. Freeman, & Mr. Meehan to use the climbing wall and learn about climbing and how to do it safely. We will also complete a meet up field trip to Climbing Collective.

Tuesdays & Thursdays in October.

This is a club for kids who are passionate about comic books to come together to share comic books, trivia, draw comics, make comic strips, and as a bonus, talk about Pokemon with Ms. Schuller.

Club meets once a month on Mondays from 3:15-4:00pm.

Students sharing their comic drawings in Comic Book Club

Come hang out with Ms. DeAndrea and work together to create a cookbook. We will combine our recipes and organize a bake sale fundraiser!

Club meets weekly on Wednesdays from November 3-December 15.

This is a fitness-based club with an emphasis on distance running with Mr. Freeman. This is a sport and we will be participating in competitions throughout the fall.

Weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays until November.

Students running on the LPMS track.

CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association to inspire students toward careers in cybersecurity. Students will work with Mrs. Martinez to learn and engage in cybersecurity projects.

Mondays from September through December.

Latinx youth will learn more about their culture, how to be strong Latino/a’s in our community. We will work on what struggles we face and how to overcome them with Ms. Quintana & so much more!

Twice monthly on Thursdays starting in September from 2:30-3:15 in the Innovation Lab.

Join Mrs. Large-Swope in the library to build and design with Legos!

Club meets twice per month on Mondays all year long

Student building a Lego vehicle.

Students will have the opportunity to develop their skills as a musician, gain practice time with Ms. Bailey, and meet other musicians. This is primarily student led, and Ms. Bailey is happy to provide resources.

Weekly on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:00 pm.

NJHS is a service based club serving LPMS and our community. Membership is by invite only for 7th and 8th grade students. Members work with Ms. Heien to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and complete a minimum of 20 service hours each school year.

Monthly meetings on Thursdays.

Students working on service projects.

Band, Orchestra, and Mariachi students have the opportunity to practice their instruments in the orchestra room after school with Mrs. Crim.

Weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays.

Calling all poets, writers, and dreamers! We will have our annual Poetry at the Peak Workshop after winter break. Bring your ideas, your passion, your creativity, and your curiosity. You don’t need any prior experience. Work with Mrs. Scovill, Mrs. Schuller, & Mrs. Large-Swope to write every week and end our time together with a Poetry Reading.

Tuesdays- February through March.

VEX V5 is a STEM learning system designed to develop crucial problem-solving skills and computational thinking that will serve students through grade school and beyond. Students will work with Mrs. Martinez & Mr. Jiron in this club.

Fridays- September through May.

Robotics Fees can be paid online here: https://stvrain.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d1245748

This club will work with Mrs. Martinez to explore the world of robotics through the building and testing of your own robots. We will use VEX IQ robotic kits.

Weekly on Wednesdays.

Robotics Fees can be paid online here: https://stvrain.revtrak.net/WS-Redirect/?wsresource=eventDetail.html%3fid%3d1245748

Students will work with Mr. Freeman & Mr. Jiron to be involved with every step of taking care of the Peak Patch garden including but by no means limited to planning, planting, repairing drip lines, composting, harvesting, and general upkeep.

Fridays in September & May.

Students working in the LPMS Garden.

Skittles Club is Longs Peak’s GSA (Gay-Straight-Alliance). This club is for anyone that identifies as LGBTQ+ and allies. This club will consist of team building, crafting, and advocating with Mrs. Fruvelhoff!

Group meets twice per month on 1st & 3rd Wednesday from 3:15-4:15.

Are you interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math. This is the club for you. Come explore science through hands-on activities with Mrs. Martinez.

Mondays starting in January.

Students will work with Mr. Freeman to explore types of urban and rural wildlife in Longmont and the surrounding area while monitoring and maintaining remote cameras on City of Longmont and Boulder County open space property. Students will also communicate their findings with Park Rangers and Wildlife Biologists!

Weekly on Fridays starting late September.

Students hiking through the snow.

Yoga Club is a place where students can learn basic Yoga poses and understand how to use their breath and intentional breathing practices to calm themselves when they are disregulated. They will learn from Mrs. Malone & Mrs. Schuller about the importance of self care and learn mindfulness practices to use in their everyday life.

Weekly meetings on Tuesdays starting October 19- April 19.