Extra-Curricular Opportunities

  • Radnor Middle School embraces opportunities for the development and growth of adolescents outside of the traditional classroom. Participation in athletics and clubs is an integral part of the development of our students. The character, teamwork, competitive spirit, and healthy lifestyle that are forged in these years are assets in life.

    Athletics

    At Radnor Middle School, students are encouraged to participate in athletic programs and, in fact, only a few teams (basketball, baseball, and softball) limit the number of players on the team. The coaches, most of whom are RMS teachers and staff, have a middle school philosophy of safety, participation, and fun first, while still building very competitive teams in the league.

    The interscholastic teams are:

    Fall Season

    • Girls' Soccer – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Boys' Soccer – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Field Hockey – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Girls' Tennis – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Girls' Volleyball – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Football – Two (2) teams: one for athletes 115 pounds or less and the other for athletes over 115 pounds

    Winter Season

    • Boys' Basketball – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Girls' Basketball – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Wrestling – One (1) team that includes both 7th and 8th graders

    Spring Season

    • Boys' Baseball – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Girls' Softball – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Boys’ Lacrosse – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Girls’ Lacrosse – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Boys’ Tennis – Separate 7th grade and 8th grade teams
    • Boys' Track & Field – Separate 7th and 8th grade teams
    • Girls’ Track & Field– Separate 7th and 8th grade teams

       

    Clubs

    Clubs meet during and/or after school hours and are created by school community interest.  With the support of school and community members, clubs meet regularly to provide students with an experience for further development that extends beyond the traditional classroom and into the local and global community. Clubs are established with approval from the building principal and the designation of an adult sponsor.  The offerings of clubs may change from year to year.

    The following clubs met last year:

    • All School Musical Production
    • Art Club
    • Baking Club
    • Best Buddies
    • Color Guard
    • Community Service Club
    • FBLA Club
    • Fitness Club
    • Homework Club
    • Intramural Floor Hockey
    • Intramural Swimming
    • Intramural Track and Field
    • Language Club
    • Magic: The Gathering
    • Nath Counts
    • MRR Computer
    • Music Club
    • Odyssey of the Mind
    • Reading Olympics
    • 7th & 8th Grade Jazz Band
    • Sewing Club
    • Ski Club
    • Squash Club
    • Student Council
    • 3 o’Clock Jazz Club
    • Ugandan Pen Pal
    • Ukulele Club
    • Ultimate Frisbee Club
    • Video Club
    • WEB (Mentoring)
    • Yearbook