Activities & Clubs
After School Enrichment Programs
HAAS is now offering the following After School Enrichment Programs for the 1st Semester. If you have any specific questions about any of the programs, please contact the teacher in charge whose contact information has been included on the flyer.
- Aerobics Workout Grades 5-8
- Anime Grades 3-8
- Chess Grades K-3
- Chess Grades 4-8
- Hip Hop Class Grades 5-8
- Karate Intro. K-3
- Karate Intro. Grades 3-5
- Literary Knights Grades 3-5
- Mad Scientists Grades 3-8
- Math Tutoring Grade 6 - Headley
- Math Tutoring Grade 6 - Merkel
- Math Tutoring Grade 7
- Music After School Enrichment Programs
- Violin Lessons
- Volleyball and Girls Basketball Grades 5-8
Middle School Sports & Activities
Hollywood Academy of Arts and Science formed its first basketball team, "Hollywood Knights", in 2008. The Basketball Program only allows Middle School students to try-out. Once a player makes the team, he is required to maintain good grades, good school attendance, and cannot have disciplinary problems.
The team is coached by Coach Athanas. Team conditioning and practices take place on the HAAS P.E. Court and at local basketball parks. The team competes with Middle School teams from surrounding schools in Broward County.
Basketball Practices are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at 3:30 - 5:00 pm unless otherwise noted by the coach. If you have any questions, please email Coach Athanas at email@example.com
PRACTICE Days: MTWF - 3:30 - 5:00 pm
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Hollywood Academy of Arts and Science's Cheerleading Program was first started in 2005 as an after-school activity. After a 3-year hiatus, it was revived in 2009 by Ms. Beiser and Ms. Kiley. Cheerleading provide a sport for students in Grade 5 through Middle School and lends support to the basketball team. Students in grades 5 grade through 8 students must try-out for the team. Once a cheerleader makes the team, they have to maintain good grades and good moral conduct. During the basketball season, cheerleaders travel with the basketball team to the games. Each cheerleader also serves as an ambassador for HAAS during community activities and events where HAAS has to be represented.
Cheerleading Practices are Monday, and Wednesday at 3:30 - 5:00 pm unless otherwise noted by the coaches. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Coaches: Dana Gardner and Leah Kiley
PRACTICE Days: MW - 3:30 - 5:00 pm
The Soccer Program started in 2009-2010 as an after-school activity. It caters to students in grades 4-8. No clinics or try-outs are necessary to join the program. The group practices at the ArtsPark with Coach Athanas. The Soccer Program provides another sports activity for the students of HAAS, trains them to play as a team and prepares them for competition while doing physical activity and having fun.
Soccer Practices are Wednesday and Fridays at 3:30 - 5:00 pm unless otherwise noted by the coach. If you have any questions, please email Coach Athanas at email@example.com
PRACTICE Days: Wed. & Fri. 3:30 – 5:00 pm
If you have any questions and concerns with the HAAS Athletic Program, please email Coach Athanas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School Club Information
The Book Club encourages students to develop a love of reading. Our members enjoy reading for pleasure and are seeking to develop a life-long habit of this fantastic hobby. Members have a deep appreciation for the written word and share that feeling with their peers---thus encouraging a school-wide movement of students who love to read.
Creative Writing Club
Members of the Creative Writing Club write and share poetry and short stories and learn new ideas for improving writing across all genres.
This is a leadership development club that is focused on students' demonstration of skills studied in class. Students have the opportunity to organize and execute school fundraisers and extracurricular activities, serve as hosts and hostesses during special school events, support school spirit with activity leadership, support school and parents.
This club has students who are interested in the artistic creation of characters and story lines for their drawn anime characters. Students draw characters, write story lines, view anime movies and share their art with the rest of the group.
Games Around the World Club
The students learn how to play board-style games that originated in different parts of the world. Beside the entertainment value, the games reinforce analytical thinking, team building, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills in a friendly and relaxed environment.
The purpose of this club is to give students the opportunity to express their creativity and spontaneity so they can expand their dramatic range through improvisational acting. Students participate in a variety of standard improv skits, activities, and games which are led and created by the members.
This club researches the different types of entertainment, including medieval games, music and dance as well as finding out more about the daily lives of people who lived during the middle ages. Basic clothing is studied, created and worn and medieval food is prepared…and tasted, for a complete experience of the time.
National Junior Honor Society
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is an organization that gives a school a chance to show off their best and brightest stars in 7th and 8th grade. The few students that are in this esteemed organization have an opportunity to give back to their community and to show not only what makes them great but how they in turn make their schools and cities great in return.
The meetings will be held the second Friday of every month from 2:45-3:45pm. During the meetings, students will discuss fundraiser ideas and a way in which they can enrich their communities.
If you have any questions, please email Ms. Singh at email@example.com
Photography and Yearbook Club
This club is focused on taking good pictures of school activities, fellow classmates, field trips and more. At the end of the year, a slide show is created with all the middle school pictures and is shown to the students and parents as a way of concluding the school year and welcoming the summer.
This club provides students with the opportunity to experience Science outside the textbook. They will be able to perform simple hands-on experiments that will take difficult concepts and apply them to real life situations.