Activities and Clubs


The Academic Team competes with the Okaloosa County Middle Schools four to five times a alt="" year using a buzzer system, much like the College Bowl. Four students on a panel respond to questions from all areas of academics (Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Humanities.) The team is awarded points for correct responses. The entire team also competes in two Knowledge Masters Opens (KMO's), an international competition, responding to questions on a computer. 

The Academic Team is consists of two teams: a Sixth Grade Team and a Varsity Team (comprised of 7th and 8th graders.) Any student who wishes to participate and comes to practice is part of the team.The team begins practice in August and ends in May. Practice is held two mornings (one for JV and one for Varsity) each week in Room 46. Meets will be announced and will be held in the county on occasional Saturdays.





MATHCOUNTS is a fun after school activity for people who love math. The MATHCOUNTS team competes with other schools in the county. The team gets to use calculator for some problems and not for others. The team consists of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders of any type of math class.




alt=""Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a Christian-oriented organization.The FCA meets monthly to plan community projects such as: Waterfront Mission, Sharing and Caring, Shelter House and convalescent homes. Our Thanksgiving project last year consisted of a school-wide canned food drive which benefited the needy in our community. Our Christmas project was to put together shoe boxes with toys and items of need for men, women and children.

This year the FCA will be raising money to help feed families in need during the Christmas season. The students will be selling items from Classic Cookies during the last few weeks of October.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is open to all students who wish to belong, not just athletes. Please help make this a great year for the FCA. If you are able to help out with drinks or snacks for our meetings, that would be welcomed. For more information contact Mr. Keck.



alt=""The Yearbook Staff creates the theme, designs layouts, identifies people in photos, writes headlines and copy, sells ads and markets the yearbook to students. Students also may do some photography. All grade levels may turn in an application with parental approval. Meeting times for the Yearbook staff will be determined after the staff is chosen. Excessive absences or lack of cooperation/effort may result in being dropped from the staff.

Parents are invited to help, especially with photography, ad sales, planning and record keeping. Parents are also needed to help take orders during open house at the beginning of the year, special events, and on picture days.

Students must have a qualifying GPA, be a SAILS student, and be recommended by a faculty member. For more information, please contact Mr. Zirpola.




alt=""Membership in Multicultural Council is open to all students of all ethnic groups who are interested in academic excellence, leadership skills, and a Willingness to embrace diversity.

Members will...

Adhere to the "code of conduct" as outlined in W. C. Pryor Middle School student agenda book Embrace, support, and assist fellow members of this council, our school, and our community. Participate in events/activities that celebrate cultural observances. Work diligently to advance their academic performance. Respect all adults and their peers.

The council is self-supporting; fundraising and donations (parent/guardian led) are our primary means of acquiring the necessary funds to do projects, take trips, and/or support our school and/or community. Parent/Guardian participation/involvement is essential.

An adult volunteer is needed to serve as president; in charge of fundraising and keeping parents/guardians informed and connected to the activities of the council.

Application for membership is available at the end and at the beginning of each school year term.






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