There are many opportunities for students to get involved in middle school in and outside of the classroom.
Students can tryout for the Teen Center Sports League in which Colina competes with other middle schools. Sports in this league include boys and girls teams for Basketball, Soccer, and Volleyball. Tryout information will be shared via announcements and weekly emails to parents. More information can also be found here.
In addition to the Teen Center Sports League, there are many Lunchtime Activities (LTAs) for a variety of sports in which all students can participate. Students also rotate through different sports in PE classes.
Boys & Girls Club
The Boys and Girls Club on the Colina campus is a great resource for students who may need before or after school care. Students can also eat lunch and play games at the Boys and Girls Club during lunch. Homework help and enrichment classes are offered after school. For more information about the Boys and Girls Club, including hours, program options, pricing, and contact information, please visit the following link.
ASB and WEB host a variety of Lunchtime Activities (LTAs) throughout the year. Announcements are made about these opportunities. All students are welcome to participate and/or attend.
Spirit rallies and assemblies are held throughout the year for all students with 80 points or above. Class of the Year (COTY) competitions, Carnivals, Luaus, Socials and other fun events are held throughout the year, as well.
GATE activities are held throughout the year for all students, with space priority given to students with GATE identification. More information about GATE can be found here.
ASB & WEB
Students in ASB and WEB are leaders on campus who help other students, plan activities, and provide support at school events. ASB is available by application in 7th and 8th grade. In the Spring, students in 6th grade interested in ASB can attend leadership classes talk by Mr. Frank in the morning. More information about ASB can be found here.
WEB stands for Where Everybody Belongs and is a program designed for trained 8th grade student leaders to help support new and younger students. WEB leaders provide mentorship, tutoring, and host WEB Club that is open to all student every day at lunch. During WEB Club students eat, play games, watch movies, and more. For more information about WEB, visit the following link.
Students meet monthly to provide feedback and support to the PTSA group. More information about how to get involved is shared through announcements and weekly emails to parents. The following is a link to the PTSA website.