Student Activities

Parma Community Elementary Extra-Curricular Activities
For more information on a student activity, please contact the elementary school office.

Garden Club
Students in Garden Club help to maintain the flowers around the grounds and inside. The students learn about the life cycle of plants and other Earth science items. We meet on Tuesdays from 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM.

Yearbook
Students work together to create the yearbook for staff and students to enjoy. This club encourages collaboration skills and creativity while promoting the arts and public relations.

Student Care Patrol
The Student Care Patrol recruits third graders to serve on the patrol, promoting a safe and friendly environment by being role models and leaders for their fellow classmates. The Student Care Patrol is on duty in the halls in the mornings before announcements and during dismissal. Students on the patrol wear a blue lanyard with their nametag and they carry a clipboard. The patrol greets students, lends a helping hand when needed, keeps the hallways safe, and offer friendly reminders to classmates to follow the school rules. They hand out "Caught Being Good" slips to fellow classmates showing good character. The goal of the Student Care Patrol is to show, spread and promote good character.

Choir
Students in choir focus on the music standards and the development of their voices. Students learn higher levels of singing and perform once a year. We meet on Wednesdays from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.

Student Play
Students in 2nd and 3rd grade have the opportunity to audition for the student play. This year it will be Lion King Kids. This club helps to engage students that are interested in the performing arts at a young age. We meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.

Springboard Before & After School Program
The Springboard program provides activities based on academic research regarding student learning - academic skills, social-emotional development, physical well-being and healthy choices. Our programs deliver exciting, motivating and fun activities.



Parma Community Pearl Road Elementary Extra-Curricular Activities
For more information on a student activity, please contact the school office.

Garden Club
Students connect with nature by learning about gardening, how to's, and complete fun activities.

Yearbook
Students work together to create the yearbook for staff and students to enjoy. This club encourages collaboration skills and creativity while promoting the arts and public relations.

Choir
Students meet to perform in the choir and gain an appreciation of music.

Springboard Before & After School Program
The Springboard program provides activities based on academic research regarding student learning - academic skills, social-emotional development, physical well-being and healthy choices. Our programs deliver exciting, motivating and fun activities.



Parma Community Intermediate Extra-Curricular Activities
For more information on a student activity, please contact the school office.

Math Club
Students experience hands on math activities promoting group work on tasks and the application of math concepts to real world problems. Students realize the importance of math and where it is used. In Math Club, we explore math in a variety of ways, learning and enjoying math in an outside of the box method.

Music Club
Students practice reading and performing music in a choir setting. It promotes student vocal expression through musical performances throughout the year.

Art Club
Students build art skills, help around the art room, create fun projects, and have the opportunity to complete a community service project in Parma. Art Club is a fun, after school activity where students can continue to build their art skills. We meet every other Wednesday and have 2 sessions - one in the fall and one in the spring.

Technology Club
Students learn different ways to use Google Apps, participate in various coding activities, and learn about and create 3D designs for printing.

Game Club
Students form peer friendships through mutual interest in board games, trading card games, video games, movies, and reading and discussing fantasy novels. We meet on Mondays from 3:20 PM - 4:20 PM.

Fitness Club
Students develop healthy exercise habits in a social setting that is fun and supportive of all athletic abilities. Physical activities include relay races, distance runs, playground activities, obstacle courses, water balloon toss, football, and basketball. We meet on Mondays from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.

Kickball Club
Students engage in a healthy, physical and social competition with their peers playing kickball. It provides students with opportunities to demonstrate many positive character attributes including sportsmanship, honesty, integrity, and perseverance.

Ski Club
Students take ski lessons and enjoy downhill skiing at Boston Mills & Brandywine Ski Resort. It creates fellowship and opportunities to enjoy fitness oriented fun.

Homework Club
Students spend time after school working on their homework, studying, reading books or working on math facts with the help of staff members. It helps students keep up with assignments and receive assistance from teachers.

Green Team
Students participate in a weekly collection of paper and cardboard items throughout the building and at St. Francis de Sales church next door. It promotes environmental awareness and the importance of recycling.

Yearbook
Students work together to create the yearbook for staff and students to enjoy. It builds a sense of school community, encouraging collaboration skills and creativity.

Science Fair
Students learn how to apply the scientific method in experiments as well as hone their presentation skills as they present their experiments and findings to the judges. 

Student Council
A group of students elected by their fellow students to represent them in school government. It promotes a positive school environment by organizing school events, fundraisers, and more. We meet every second and fourth Monday of the month.

Officers
Reece B. - President
Isabel M. - Vice President



Parma Community Middle Extra-Curricular Activities
For more information on a student activity, please contact the middle school office.

Chess Club
Students play chess and build skills in planning, problem solving and concentration. No experience necessary! New members are always welcome. Please see Mrs. Rix if you're interested in joining. We meet on Wednesdays from 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM.

Running Club
Running Club is a group of students working together to challenge each other and improve their physical fitness through distance running.

Ultimate Frisbee Club
In Ultimate club, we learn the ins and outs of the increasingly popular sport Ultimate. Ultimate is a non-contact sport and is referred to as ultimate Frisbee. Members learn how to throw the disc in multiple ways including fore hand, back hand, and the hammer. We also condition and occasionally play scrimmages against each other to experience real game play. Naturally, sportsmanship, respect, and perseverance are instilled while playing a team sport and will better the students who join. We meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.


Japanese Language Club

In Japanese Club, we experience the Japanese language at an introductory level, culture, interests, and food. We continuously learn and review the Japanese syllabary and common words and phrases. Anyone who has a a desire to learn about Japan can join. We meet every week on Thursdays from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.

Soccer Club

Volleyball Club
Our co-ed team consists of students in 7th and 8th grade. It promotes team work and physical fitness for middle school students. Practice is held on Mondays and Fridays from 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM. ​

Basketball Club
Basketball club meets twice a week for practice from August - December, with games played weekly beginning in October. Basketball promotes good sportsmanship, respect, and perseverance through learning about the game of basketball and promoting athletic skills.

Flag Football
We meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM out on the field behind the school. Students are placed into teams and compete against the other 7th grade teams. The number of players on each team is TBD. Students are provided the rules and expectations specifying behavioral and academic requirements to compete. 

National Junior Honor Society
Students participate in community service activities while maintaining high academic standards. It creates student leadership responsibilities while tying in academic excellence and community service.

Yearbook
Students work collaboratively to design and produce the school yearbook for students and staff to enjoy. Yearbook promotes socialization and collaboration skills, creativity, and technology.

Student Council

A group of students elected by their fellow students to represent them in school government. It promotes a positive school environment by organizing school events, fundraisers, and more. We meet on Thursdays for the whole school year.



Parma Community High Extra-Curricular Activities

For more information on a student activity, please contact the high school office.

Character Club
Teachers and staff members nominate students each month for their outstanding character. It promotes positive self-esteem, good role models, and positive social interaction.

Anime Club
Students watch and discuss movies introducing them to Japanese culture, as well as the connections between science and science fiction. The films are curated by the moderator for content; Japanese anime television shows are not shown.  

Basketball Club
Students have the opportunity to work and play basketball as a team during open gym, promoting physical fitness. We meet on Thursdays from 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM.

Game Club
Students connect with others who share a common interest in gaming. It encourages social skills, communication, and interaction with peers.

Photography Club
Students combine picture taking with art so they can share and critique finished products. It promotes the arts and appreciation for the treasures of the world around us.

Debate Club
Students learn about the art and practice of argumentation in a structured debate format. It develops oral presentation and reasoning skills.

Ski & Snowboard Club
This club is open to all students to ski or snowboard at Brandywine Ski Resort. Students can have fun while learning or improving their skiing or snowboarding ability. It creates fellowship and encourages social interaction. The Ski and Snowboard Club goes on 5 trips every season on Saturday evenings.

El Club de Espanol
Once a month, students are exposed to the Hispanic culture through various activities.

Chorale
A select choir of students in grades 9th-12th prepare challenging music to be performed in concert. It offers more advanced music to students who excel at vocal music. Chorale is open to both choir and non-choir members. We meet after school until 4:30 PM, alternating Mondays and Tuesdays.

Jazz Ensemble

The small jazz ensemble is comprised of 10-17 students. It promotes ensemble playing within the jazz idiom. We meet on Wednesdays from 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM.

Marching Band
Students are given the opportunity to participate in different ensembles, performing in a large setting with CHHS. We meet everyday during 6th period from August to October.

Soccer
Our co-ed team practices and plays soccer throughout the year. Outdoor fall and spring practices are held on Thursdays after school, while indoor winter practices are held on Wednesdays in the gym. All skill levels are welcome!

Volleyball
Students learn and practice skills while developing the mind, body, and spirit for the game of volleyball. They compete against different teams and participate in round robin tournaments. We meet on Tuesdays from 3:15 to 4:30 PM.

War & the Silver Screen
Students view some of the greatest war or military films in history in an informal setting, extending knowledge beyond the classroom. It provides appreciation for the pain, loss, sacrifice, and heroism of war.

National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is a national organization that was established in 1921 to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, the National Honor Society recognizes those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

At Constellation Schools: Parma Community High's chapter, we encourage our members to continue to grow in these four areas, and also to make a positive difference in our school and community. Our chapter has meetings after school every other Friday. Members also collect recyclables twice a month and plan additional meetings as needed in order to organize and implement a service project each school year.

Academic Challenge
Students test their knowledge and compete in trivia rounds featured on the Academic Challenge show.

Class Advisors
Students in each class have the opportunity to campaign, run for election, organize fundraisers and plan events. It promotes collaboration, time management, financial planning, and class government system.

Yearbook
Students work together to design and produce the school yearbook for staff and students to enjoy. It promotes collaboration skills, creativity, technology, and design integration.

Robotics
Team 4780 is a part of FIRST® Robotics Competition, the world-class varsity sport for the mind. Students work with professional engineers, programmers, and entrepreneurs to gain experience in STEM related fields. They design and build a robot using industry standard hardware and software, and compete in a completely unique game each season.