3rd & 4th Grade Native American Club
The 3rd and 4th grade club introduces a new Native American tribe each week, immersing the students in culture through covering traditional homelands, housing, clothing, notable natives, and languages specific to each tribe. The Club provides students an opportunity to interact with other Native students throughout the state while learning about Native tribes.
The vision of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is for the next seven generations of Native people to be successful, respected, influential, and contributing members of our vast and ever-changing global community.
Alton Carter: Read. Meet. Write.
Together, we'll read "The Boy Who Carried Bricks" by Alton Carter and have awesome discussions about the characters and their experiences. The best part is we'll actually meet the author, Alton Carter!
Black Student Organization
Open to all students, learn about African-American leaders and icons as well as laws, movements, and celebrations impacting the African-American community.
Cultural Explorer's Club
Cultural Explorers Club is a Hispanic children's book club celebrating our culture's rich diversity and traditions. We will learn about Hispanic culture through amazing stories, vibrant traditions, and creative crafts. Open to ALL students in grades PK-5. Everyone is welcome!
4-H is America's largest youth development organization empowering nearly six million young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime! In 4-H programs, kids and teens (9 to 19 years old) complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture, civic engagement, and many more in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles.
Epic Charter Schools Basketball is a great opportunity for Epic students to experience working in a team environment, get some great exercise, and, best of all, have some fun! Each Epic Comets basketball team will consist of players from your area and a play schedule that is a mix of leagues and tournaments.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for students to join our group of supportive peers and rolemodels, and use Computer Science to change the world.
Hispanic Student Organization (HSO)
Join our amazing organization to develop your leadership skills, build relations with other students, and learn about different hispanic cultures.
Interact is a student-driven community service club for Epic students aged 12-18. Our mission is to serve other Epic Charter Schools families in need while also connecting and interacting with local, state, regional, national, and global service organizations. Our purpose is to organize at least two projects every year: one that helps Epic Charter Schools stakeholders and communities, and one that promotes international understanding.
Jr. Native American Student Organization is an active cultural organization that works on aiding, enhancing and enriching the educational experience of Native American Students.
Junior Hispanic Student Organization (JHSO)
HSO is for ALL students in grades 6-8 who wish to join an organization dedicated to celebrating and learning about the Hispanic culture, heritage, and community.
Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what’s right through service and volunteerism. In partnership with their local Kiwanis club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities.
Enhance and strengthen our community engagement, ties, and relationship with all heroes that sacrifice their life and families to provide us peace and freedom. Recognize our troops and their families' sacrifice and commitment to our country. Demonstrate our commitment to embrace all students regardless of their social or cultural background.
In mock trials, high school students in grades 9-12, model the roles of attorneys, plaintiffs, and defendants
Model United Nations
Develop leadership skills, communication skills, and global awareness. Expect to do outside work. Students will prepare debates to present at national competitions.
For students grade 7-12. Grades 7-8 will learn how to prepare for a successful NCAA transition. Grades 9-12 will be for current NCAA eligible students. We will be meeting monthly and walking students step by step through the NCAA process and requirements. We will have one Zoom meeting per semester for parents, so they can learn how to assist and advocate for their NCAA students. The added bonus will be that our NCAA students and families will have the opportunity to collaborate and support one another at Epic.
The National Honor Society chapter of Epic Charter Schools is a duly chartered and affiliated chapter of this prestigious national organization for qualifying students in grades 10-12.
The National Junior Honor Society chapter of Epic Charter Schools is a duly chartered and affiliated chapter of this prestigious national organization for qualifying students in grades 6-9.
Native American Student Organization
The Native American Student Organization (NASO) is an active cultural organization that works on aiding, enhancing and enriching the educational experience of Native American Students
Pen Pal Lessons
Any student in grades 9-12 is invited to join PenPal Lessons. Make international friends and learn about global diversity. Each week we will work on lessons and tasks with a worldwide theme. We will engage and interact with students around the world. Your finished work will be shared in a global forum. Students around the world will post in the same forum.
Poetry Out Loud
POL encourages students to learn about great poetry through memorization and recitation while helping students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary life.
The pre-health club is designed to actively engage 9th-12th grade students who aspire to pursue a career in medicine.
Pride is a safe, accepting and affirming organization for students of all genders and identities.
STEAM Club encourages creative exploration of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
Student Council (HS)
High School Student Council is to promote school spirit, be a connection between the administration and student body, and provide leadership opportunities in the school and in the community. It is through these missions that we build teamwork and responsibility within each member. Through participation, members will learn to solve real problems and make real decisions.
Student Council (MS)
The purpose of the Middle School Student Council is to promote school spirit, be a connection between the administration and student body, and provide leadership opportunities in the school and in the community. It is through these missions that we build teamwork and responsibility within each member. Through participation, members will learn to solve real problems and make real decisions. The Student Council Code: Live with courage. Take pride in what you do. Always finish what you start. Do what has to be done. Be tough. Be fair. When you make a promise, keep it. Be loyal to the team. Talk less and listen more.
Warrior Book Club
Warrior Book Clubs are held in a safe, structured, virtual learning environment for Pre-K through 2nd-grade students to engage and interact with each other while listening to a read-aloud book. These books are based upon Indigenous themes or written by Indigenous authors. Language arts skills and standards are highlighted throughout these meetings