Get Involved! Clubs, Teams, and Activities at Compass this Year!

Compass has a variety of clubs, teams, and activities planned for the coming year! Some are open only to Compass students, and some are open to others in the homeschool community. Follow links below for more information and to sign up!

  • Academic Bowl Club (4th-8th grade)
  • Practice and participate in area quiz bowls to answer questions on history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more. Weekly meetings and competitions conducted virtually.

  • Alpha Rho Chapter, Homeschool National Honor Society (8th-12th grade)
  • Student-led organization promoting scholarship, academic excellence, networking, service projects, and socials. Fall monthly meetings conducted hybrid- in person or virtual.

  • Compass Collaborative Student Newspaper (4th-12th grade)
  • Staff and guest writers needed to contribute creative writing, short stories, poetry, reviews (movie, video, book, or toys), puzzles, riddles, jokes, photos, artwork, comics, or opinion pieces. Staff meets in person; writers can contribute via e-mail.

  • Mock Trial Team (9th-12th grade)
  • Teens strong in public speaking, debate, or acting, or interested in law are needed to portray witnesses and attorneys in a mock murder case. Practices held in person; competitions conducted virtually.

  • Pen Point Literary Magazine (9th-12th grade)
  • Passionate student writers serve as authors and editors for annual anthology through Compass Literarians class. Contributing writers and artists sought 2nd semester. Editorial board meets virtually weekly 1st semester. Contributors submit via e-mail.

  • Speak for Yourself! Public Speaking Club (9th-12th grade)
  • Teens interested in competitive speaking meet to plan and practice for oration contests. Meetings held in person.

  • Super Spellers Club (3rd-8th grade)
  • Kids who love to words and spelling play games and complete puzzles featuring word families, word roots, and word origins along with practice spelling bees. Meetings held in person.

  • Technovation Team for Girls (6th-8th grade)
  • Middle school girls tackle a community problem by learning to code an app to address the issue and connect resources and needs through Code for a Cause class. Class meets in person.

    Watch for upcoming details on annual competitions for homeschoolers: Poetry Out Loud Contest, Geography Bee, Jr. Spelling Bee, Sr. Spelling Bee, and Quads Chess Tournament.

    Ideas for new clubs or competitions? Contact Compass to discuss.