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Extra-Curricular Clubs

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Airplane & Rocketry Club

If you are interested in airplanes and rockets and the science of how they work, this club is for you. Learn about the history and heroes of aviation and aerospace exploration and build and test fly models of rockets and airplanes. Compete with other teams of builders and learn leadership and how to team with fellow students for success.

  • Sponsor:  Mr. Lambert
  • Meeting Day:  Wednesdays
  • Location:  Extracurricular Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 15 – December 15
  • Grade Levels:  3-8
  • Club Fee:  $40

Junior Brick Club

If you are interested in the world of engineering, this club is for you. We will explore foundations of electricity, motion, force, and structure using Snap Circuits and Legos. Be prepared to solve problems by thinking logically and creatively with your team.

  • Sponsor:  Mrs. Hayes (Mrs. Keeler, Mrs. Turpin)
  • Meeting Days:  Wednesdays
  • Location:  Mrs. Hayes’ Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 15 – December 15
  • Grade Levels: 1-3
  • Club Fee:  $30

Junior Classical League

Are you interested in Greek and Roman mythology? Ancient history, art, languages, and literature? Do you want to explore connections between the past and the present? Discuss how ancient civilizations can help us appreciate better what it means to grow into an excellent person? This is your club!

  • Sponsor:  Mr. Enloe
  • Meeting Day:  Fridays
  • Location:  Latin Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 17 – December 17
  • Grade Levels:  6-8
  • Club Fee:  $20

Speech and Debate Club

The National Speech and Debate Association is a prestigious institution in the contemporary education world. While working to compete on such a stage, TVCA students will deepen their knowledge, learn the art of persuasive argumentation, and, most importantly, learn to perform the first two acts while modeling virtue. For those bright and spirited TVCA students, this club is a chance to demonstrate to other schools from around the country what a knowledge of the truth, a practice of goodness, and a love of the beautiful truly means.

  • Sponsor:  Mrs. Lund (Mr. Lund)
  • Meeting Day:  Wednesdays
  • Location:  Mrs. Lund’s Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 15 – December 15
  • Grade Levels:  6-8 (for competition); 4-5 (with teacher recommendation)
  • Club Fee:  $35

Strategic Games Club

What do William Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln, and Albert Einstein have in common? Two things: 1) all played games of strategy; 2) all became great. Students interested in doing likewise should join this club. Members will practice sportsmanship and develop strategic thinking skills through friendly strategy game play and competition.

  • Sponsor:  Dr. Condra (Mrs. Condra, Mr. Phipps)
  • Meeting Day:  Thursdays
  • Location: Hitchcock Building
  • Start/End Date:  September 16 – December 16
  • Grade Levels:  5-8
  • Club Fee:  $20

Strength and Honor Club

This club is for young men who strive to be leaders. In seeking to prepare students for the full flourishing of both body and soul, we will engage in strenuous team building workouts on one hand, and on the other, we will examine excerpts from great leaders, philosophers, and men of action, both ancient and modern.

  • Sponsor:  Mr. Nugent (Mr. Lund, Mr. McGrady)
  • Meeting Day:  Mondays
  • Location: Nugent’s Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 13 – December 8
  • Grade Levels:  6-8 Young Men
  • Club Fee:  $20

Theater Club

Theater Club is a place where talents are nurtured, skills are learned, and confidence is built. In this club, our students will enjoy memorizing and practicing lines, learning basic stage awareness and terminology, and hopefully, falling in love with theater. Friendships and memories are just some of the fruits that will come out of being involved with a theater production, no matter the size or grandeur.

  • Sponsor:  Mrs. Goodwin (Ms. Mellow, Mr. Phipps, Mrs. Roberts)
  • Meeting Day:  Thursdays
  • Location: Goodwin’s Classroom and the Auditorium
  • Start/End Date:  September 14 – December 15
  • Grade Levels:  6-8
  • Club Fee:  $15

Timberwolf Pup Club

Are you ever at a loss for what to do when you’re asked to babysit? Would you like to offer babysitting services, but you’re not sure how or you’re worried about being inexperienced? Join Timberwolf Pup Club and learn basic childcare safety protocols, learn how to feed, play and care for children of all ages through hands-on opportunities and create a Babysitter’s Kit equipped with everything you need to ensure fun-filled and stress-free babysitting experiences. You will have an opportunity to become TVCA Timberwolf Pup Club Certified and be better prepared to take the online American Red Cross Babysitting Basics class for certification.

  • Sponsor:  Mrs. Solis
  • Meeting Day:  Mondays
  • Location:  Mrs. Solis’ Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 15 – December 15
  • Grade Levels:  6-8
  • Club Fee:  $30

Wilderness Pursuits Club

Join the Wilderness Pursuits Club and develop the physical and mental skills necessary to endure and enjoy a journey in nature. In addition to pitting yourself against Idaho’s pristine wilderness, you will have the opportunity to learn wilderness survival, wilderness first aid, navigation, and trail etiquette. This club is not for the faint of heart. Montes vocant, et debeo ire!

  • Sponsor:  Mrs. Williams (Mr. Baber, Mrs. Holscher, Mr. Lambert)
  • Meeting Days:  Thursdays
  • Location:  Mrs. Williams’ Classroom
  • Start/End Date:  September 9 – December 15
  • Grade Levels:  7-8
  • Club Fee:  $30


Register for Extra-Curricular Clubs:

  1. Visit www.mypaymentsplus.com and click “register now”.
  2. Select Idaho and Treasure Valley Classical Academy in the dropdown menu.
  3. Enter your first and last name along with your email address. Create a password that’s at least seven characters and includes at least one number. Double-check that everything is accurate before continuing to the next step.
  4. Select the option that represents you best: parent/guardian, student, staff member, or guest.  Click next after making the appropriate selection.
  5. Add students to your new account. If you do not know your students’ ID numbers, you may find it on your students report card, schedule or contact the front office.
  6. Once you have added your students to the account, click “done.”