Extracurricular Activities and Clubs


Extracurricular activities are great ways for TCEA Chameleons to explore different interests or learn a new skill!  Students can build positive relationships with their peers and adult role models.  Check out some of the activities we have to offer below!

The Chameleon Children’s Theatre

Advisor: Brian Adam Kline, Artistic Director
Ages/Grades:  All students at TCEA and beyond.
Dates: Rehearsals take place after school, two to three times a week.

The Chameleon Children’s Theatre is a free program for children, producing theatrical shows with young actors.   CCT was founded in 2018 by theatre director and teacher Brian Adam Kline, with the opening of The story of Peter Pan.  CCT’s second season brought two shows The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and The Adventures of Pinocchio.  

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Builder’s Club

Advisors: Brian Adam Kline, Jami Pond, Gerard Falls
Ages/Grades:  TCEA Middle School Students
Dates: 2nd and 4th Friday of Each Month; 3:30 to 4:30 pm

Builders Club is a student-led community service organization that operates under TCEA regulations and draws its members from the middle school student body.  Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students, with more than 45,000 members worldwide.Members learn to work together and develop servant-leaders skills as they serve their school and community.

 

Fearlessly Girl

Advisors: Multiple
Ages/Grades:  TCEA 5-8th grade Students
Dates: Varies

The goals of Fearlessly Girl are to:

• Encourage an honest conversation about “Girl World” and help create a sense of support and sisterhood

• Create a safe environment where girls can connect, express themselves authentically and celebrate what makes them beautifully unique

• Give girls the tools and confidence to manage conflict, drama, rumours, gossip, toxic friends and more

• Help girls manage online relationships and learn how to navigate social media

• Help girls understand healthy relationships, establish boundaries, and gain the necessary tools to maintain and develop kinder friendships

• Decrease relational aggression and bullying amongst girls in the classroom, playground and online

• Increase leadership skills, boost self-esteem and create a kinder Girl World!

Parents!  Click here to nominate your daughter to participate!

 

LOCATION

The Capitol Building (1912)
126 Hay Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301