Hartfield Academy offers many academic organizations, clubs, and activities for student participation. Being a part of clubs and organizations on campus is an important aspect of learning. We strive to offer activities for all students that explore every interest, from quiz bowl and cooking to Math Counts and Robotics. Some activities are invitational and some are elected by peers.
Academic Quiz Bowl
Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy
- 7 easy-to-execute Leader Labs, held once a month at each school
- Activity and video-driven web-based curriculum for fun, engaged learning
- Online tools and support from the ADDO team
- Impact Projects involving hundreds and impacting thousands!
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Hunting and Fishing
National Honor Society
Medical Science Club
Mu Alpha Theta
RoboHawks (Middle School Underwater Robotics Team)- Robotics Club focuses on building an underwater robot for a qualifying competition held in April each year in Atlanta, GA. The robot has to perform several tasks underwater. The team meets periodically throughout the year until February and beginning in February, the team will meet twice a week. The student needs to have an interest in science and robotics concepts in order to be a part of the team.
TRON (High School Robotics Team)- Kickoff begins in September and the team works daily to build a robot that will complete a task required by the kickoff rules. There is a Survival robotics competition in October and qualifying competitions from December – January. Hartfield hosts and runs a qualifying competition at the school and the team competes on a State level for the First Tech Challenge. The team will also be competing in a SUMO robotics competition at the end of the year.
New students on the team are paired with an experienced team member to learn the basics of robotics. They will cycle through all areas of robotics including programming, building, wiring, engineering notebook, etc. Once they find an area that they like working in, the instructors provide more training. Students should have high grades in math and science in order to be in robotics. Previous backgrounds in any type of robotics is very helpful.