Hilbert Middle School Clubs


Hilbert Middle School has an inspiring and active Parent Club and we want YOU to be a part of it!  Click on this link for more information: Parent Club Flyer


After school Drone Club will meet each Thursday in the North Gym beginning October 4th until November 8th. The club will meet from 3:00 to 4:00 pm. Students need to be picked up promptly at 4:15. Permission slips are available in the main office.PDF DocumentDrone club flyer


This is an excellent opportunity for any student, teacher, or parent to train their body and keep their heart healthy throughout the winter months!  All levels of runners are welcome and trained in a safe and effective manner.  This is an open club, come join us every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3:OO-3:45pm! Click on these links for more information: PDF DocumentRunning Club


Your student will foster problem solving skills with this engaging, hands-on, inspiring club. Please contact Mrs. Lemon for more information at: lemonm@redfordu.k12.mi.u


High Intensity Interval Training.  Get your fitness on with this complete physical activity program.  HIIT club meets every Wednesday from 3:00- 3:45pm in the north gym.  Click on the link below for a registration form or contact Mrs. Toppa at krafchs@redfordu.k12.mi.us for more information.

PDF DocumentH.I.I.T. Club


Welcome snow! The students will be skiing for four consecutive Thursdays at Mt. Brighton this year!  Dates are tentative due to weather. Contact Mrs. Javor for more information at: javorj@redfordu.k12.mi.us. 


The First TECH Challenge (FTC) Panther Robotics has 2 teams.  We have a 6th grade team and a 7th and 8th grade team. Contact Mrs. Beattie for more information at beattie@redfordu.k12.mi.us.  


Students meet one day a week after school to tend to the school's chickens, who live on site.  THis involves cleaning their coop, collecting eggs, replenishing their food and water and giving them their favorite snack--mealworms.  One day each month we cook the collected eggs and eat them.  We try to teach students as many different ways to cook and eat eggs as we can.


This club meets once a week to manage the vending machine.  Students control the inventory, keep records on expenses and profits, and make decisions on what to sell and at what price.