Please contact advisors for meeting times and days.
Art Club students explore different drawing tools and techniques, while learning how to draw a variety of subjects in a calm and relaxing environment.
AVID Club prepares students for advanced classes in high school and helps students prepare and plan for college. AVID students learn important academic and life skills necessary to be successful. All Students must be enrolled in AVID Class.
Students promote musical culture at EastLake Middle School. All students must be enrolled in Band class to be part of the club.
The Compacted Math club increases student learning for compacted math students. All students must be enrolled in Compacted Math.
The Cybersecurity Team competes in both local and national competitions. Students work on maintaining and hardening computers to secure a system. We work with a professional mentor from the cybersecurity industry to learn the essentials of cybersecurity.
*Dual Language Immersion Club
The DLI Club helps students achieve the stated objectives of the DLI program, and celebrate the achievements of DLI students. All Students in the DLI Club must be enrolled in the DLI program.
The Harry Potter Club is a place to hang out with friends and enjoy all things Harry Potter! Come play Harry Potter games, participate in trivia matches, play Quidditch and create Harry Potter related crafts with your fellow Hogwarts students. No prior knowledge is necessary, but some Harry Potter background is helpful. We meet every other Tuesday from 3:20 to 4:00 in room 169. Come and join in the fun!
Impact 7/8 Bible Study
The ELM Impact 7/8 Bible Study meets on minimum day Fridays in Room 914. The purpose of the club is, eat together, fellowship together, pray for each other’s needs, to have a loving helpful regard for all students in the school, and to encourage the students in their walk with God. The club is student led with a talk given by one of the members each week.
Knowledge Bowl students work together to learn trivia of all subjects including science, math, literature, social science, and pop culture. This team will practice good sportsmanship with each other and with other schools that the team competes against. A limited number of students are allowed on the team.
Math Field Day
The Math Field Day club represents Eastlake Middle School in an event called Math Field Day.
The purpose of Orchestra Club is to promote a culture of musical collaboration and leadership among ELM string students while having fun and meeting new people along the way. It provides a great opportunity for students to disengage from being online, going out of virtual interactions on the iPads and into real-time human interactions as humans have done for centuries. We promote culture and tradition on behalf of ELM by putting on musical performances for our community at the ELM Pavilion as well as at nearby nursing homes, elementary schools, and Knott’s Berry Farm. Students in this club are enrolled in Beginning Strings, Intermediate, or Advanced Orchestras and are welcome to practice for fun on Wednesdays in room 902 from 3:15 pm to 4:30 pm. Former ELM students from the ELH and OLH provide tutoring, guidance, and inspiration for ELM Orchestra students coming to practice.
PURPLE Pride Club
The Purple Pride Club supports diversity, spreads awareness, and teaches tolerance in order to create a safe space for all students at EastLake Middle.
The Robotics Club advances the STEM initiative by fostering individual character and teamwork skills required to build, program and manage VEX EDR robots. Limited number of competition teams allowed.
The STEAM Team club helps students with tech issues. They also manage the ELM MakerSpace Lab.
Triton Buddies build inclusion opportunities for our moderate/severe and moderate programs with the general education student body. The club will help members build social skills, friendships, and awareness for all students included.
Rooms 302,303 and 304
Triton News Team
The Triton News Team provides news and information about clubs, sports, spirit days, and much more. TNT is responsible for recording, editing, and producing the video morning announcements on campus Monday-Thursday.
Yearbook class is responsible for taking pictures throughout the school year to document campus events and memories. All students must be enrolled in the yearbook class.
*Class or special status, no open membership.