• Manga to Monet Art Club   Sponsor:  Lisa Bailey
    Bring your sketchbook, clay, paint, or pencils to a meeting of art enthusiasts.  Whether you like to doodle or you enjoy sculpture, learn art lessons and get some time to create with art-minded middle-school students.  There is a limit of 25 students per lunch period.  Sign up in the media center.

    BETA    Sponsor:  

    Book Club    Sponsors: Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Dunn
    The Mebane Book Club is made up of a group of students who like to read and share ideas about books. Students read Battle of the Books Titles (minimum 2, prefer 3-4)  that are chosen by the county. We then meet during lunch every month to discuss our books, compete in mock competitions, and nosh on some scrumptious snacks. Students and sponsors sign up to bring in the treats. There are no membership dues, and membership is open to grades 6-8. At the end of the school year, students will compete in the district championship.

    Heart and Sole  Sponsor:  Ashley Matthews

    Heart & Sole is Girls on the Run's middle school program that meets the unique needs of girls in 6th-8th grade. The program considers the whole girl - body, brain, heart, spirit and social connection - in a positive, structured space where girls can learn about themselves, explore new ideas, cultivate empathy and strengthen connections. Running is incorporated into each lesson to encourage physical wellness and teach life skills such as team building, creating a support system, standing up for themselves and others and decision making. The girls prepare for a celebratory Girls on the Run 5K event at the end of the program. This non-competitive event fosters goal setting and a sense of confidence through accomplishment to last a lifetime.  

    Registration is open for the fall season! Visit to learn more and register. Paper registration forms are available in the front office.  Girls on the Run, coached by Jillian Westberg.  Assistant Coaches are Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. Fields.  Girls meet after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays  from September 9 to November 18 to prepare for various 5K runs in the county.   You must register to join!

    FCA      Sponsor: Mr. Rynning
    The FCA vision is, "To see the world Impacted for Jesus Christ through the Influence of athletes and coaches." FCA is an inter-denominational ministry with a focus on volunteerism and athleticism.Meetings take place on club days and every Thursday morning on the field at 7:30am. Come join us!  No pre-registration needed.

    FFA    Sponsor: Ms. Holder
    Future Farmers of America- dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.  Meetings are after school.  Show team meetings usually follow FFFA meetings. 

    SGA  Sponsor: Mrs. Tileston:  SGA is a student led organization that works hard to make school a better place for students, faculty, and staff. We lead many school-wide activities including pep rallies, candy grams, and canned food drives. We not only work here at school but also throughout the community. SGA's number one priority is to provide leadership for Mebane and supply a vehicle for students to share ideas on improving our school through support and respect for each other.

    WMMS  Sponsor:     Mrs. Bailey
    WMMS Morning Outlook There are two opportunities for you to be a part of the best news team in Alachua. There are 8 students per semester.  The first semester is only for 7th and 8th grade, but the second semester is open to grades 6-8.  Learn the skills you need to be in front of the camera and behind the scenes.  You must be willing to work in all areas of production and be able to get to school by 7:30.  Applications are available at the beginning of each semester in the media center.  5,4,3,2,1, Smile, you are on camera!

    STEAM Ahead        Sponsor:  Mrs. Bailey
    Discover how Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math can be fun.  Activities are 1/month.  Sign up in the media center to be a part of the next event.  Note to parents:  We love volunteers to help with these activities.  If you want to see the delight in the eyes of middle school students, sign up to be a volunteer student for this very popular club.  Meetings are on the first Tuesday of every month in the media center during both lunches.  Space is limited, and you must sign up before the last day of the month before in the media center.  See you there!

    Yearbook      Adviser: Mrs. Bailey
    Create a record of the moments in middle school. Applications are available at the end of the year, to apply for the following year.  Take photographs, design layouts for the next year's book, and learn creative ways to get the yearbook published.  Join the elite team of Mustangs who get the job done.  Most Yearbook staff are aides for the media center, finishing work during his/her aide time.