• Clubs at HSES at a Glance


    High Shoals Elementary provides a suite of afterschool extracurricular activities to enrich our students. Some of these rotate every six weeks. Please see the list below for more information. 

Student Ambassadors

  • Jennifer Whitaker

    HSES is proud of our Student Ambassador Experience and Leadship Development Program. This program is open to all 3rd and 4th grade students. Ambassadors represent all the students at HSES and serve as student leaders. They also have the chance to greet new students, touch new families, escort visitors, participate in various school-wide events, and participate in a community service project. Student Ambassadors receive leadership training from the University of Georgia's Fanning Institute for Leadership Development. 

HSES Art Club

  • Charles Clinkenbeard

    The HSES Art Club will be exploring the native legends of the Chilean rainsticks. Students in grade 3-5 may sign up for the fall art club or the spring art club.

HSES Chorus Club

  • Clare Eggletson

    The HSES Chorus Club is offered to our 2nd - 5th grade students as an after-school club each Fall. Chorus provides an opportunity for students to develop their musicality through singing in an ensemble. Students in Chorus Club will learn about the importance of proper breathing through warm-ups and singing exercises and practice responsible rehearsal habits. They will improve their score-reading skills as they perform a variety of repertoire from different historical periods and foreign languages. Most importantly, they will experience the joy of singing together!

Beta Club

  • Amanda Burke
    Keirsten Davidson

    Fifth-grade students who qualify for Beta Club will receive an invitation.

    The mission statement of the National Beta Club is “to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. To reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.” The Beta Club organization focuses on four key areas in order to carry out their mission statement. These areas are:

    Achievement-Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
    Character-Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
    Leadership-Developing the leaders of tomorrow
    Service-Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others

PE Club

  • Kevin Daniel

    Grades 2nd-5th

    Hawks PE club will provide opportunities for students to experience a variety of physical activities that will contribute to an active lifestyle and enhance their leisure-time physical activity.  Oh yea, let’s not forget…..HAVE FUN!

Robotics Club

  • Jenna Elmankabady
    Robotics Club is a club for first and second grade students who are interested in learning about and working with robots. They will learn coding skills as well as problem solving and critical thinking skills. We meet once a week to have fun and enjoy learning! 

Ukulele Club

  • Clare Eggletson

    The HSES Ukulele Club is offered to 3rd - 5th grade students as an after-school club each Spring. In Ukulele Club, students will work on strumming skills and learn a variety of basic chords. Students will play together as an ensemble a variety of repertoire with an emphasis on current pop music.