Clubs & Activities

CKMS offers several opportunities for students to explore their interests. You can get more information about these clubs in the office.

Any student who participates in a club or activity that receives financial support from ASB funds must purchase an ASB card.


Click on the bars below to learn more about clubs and activities at CKMS. Contact a club advisor for even more information.


Visit the Associated Student Body page to learn more.

Astronomy Club

Meets every other Wednesday in Room 1.

  • Advisor: Mr. Mygatt

The Astronomy club is about the hobby of astronomy, space and space exploration. You will discover the wonders of the cosmos. You will have a chance to look through telescopes and learn the night skies. No  astronomical experience is required, just a desire to know more about the universe.


Choir is a credit course taught by Mr. Platten.  Our ASB supports Middle School solo/ensemble and Junior All State events, which are not required coursework.  

Destination Imagination


  • Advisor: none

Destination Imagination (DI) is a world-wide Creative Problem Solving Program for students in Kindergarten through university level, In all 50 states and over 40 countries. DI’s aim is to make the world a better place through creativity, problem solving and teamwork.

Diversity Club

Meets every other Tuesday from 2:15-3:15 in Room 54.

The purpose of Diversity club is to raise awareness of diversity at CKMS. It provides activities to help students accept cultural differences, and promotes tolerance and unity. All students are welcome to be a part of the Diversity club, and new members are accepted at any time.

  • Advisor: Mrs. Collins & Mrs. Walsh


Dungeons & Dragons

Advisor:  Mrs. Murphy

Meets every Tuesday from 2:10-3:30 in the Library.  For more info, click here.

Honor Society

Students with a GPA of 3.6 or higher are invited to join Honor Society.

Advisor: Mr. Fultz



Orchestra & Band are credit courses taught by  Mr. Logan.  Our ASB supports Middle School solo/ensemble and Junior All State events, which are not required coursework.  

Sailing Club

Meets the first Monday of every month from 2:05-3:00 in Room 53.

Sailing Club sails with the Central Kitsap Sailing Team in the Fall and the Spring.  Our club meets at Silverdale Waterfront Dock on Sailing Club event days.  We sail with experienced high school sailors in Vanguard 15 sailboats.  No experience necessary.  We provide life jackets and a great Northwest adventure.  

Advisor:  Mrs. Burke


Skills USA Club

Meets Mondays from 2:10-3:30 in the Shop

Skills USA is a national program that fosters engagement and familiarity with STEM programs.  This club is guaranteed to help motivate you toward academic success.  It promotes a positive school attitude and helps improve one's self-esteem.  If you want a reason to be excited about school today and plan for tomorrow, this is the club for you.

Advisor:  Mr. Brenner