All Ensign Peak Academy middle and high school students in both the Live and Self-Paced Programs are invited to join any of the following clubs:
Day and Time: Weekly on Fridays from 12:30 – 1:30 pm Mountain Time
The chess club holds various types of chess tournaments, on Chess.com
Join by using the link in the Student Center.
Chess Club President: Sam Lantz
Day and Time: Monthly on the Last Monday of each month, 2:00 – 2:30 pm Mountain time.
We meet each month to discuss a book! We will vote on books to read, so we love hearing suggestions, and ask that you please send you requests. We will insure all books are a good fit for the Ensign Peak Academy Mission Statement.
We hope to see you each month and discuss all of the wonderful books that are in store.
We we encourage you put your school work first. If you might not have the time to read the book during the day, an idea is to wake up 15 – 20 min. early to read our book.
Join by using the link in the Student Center.
Book Club President: Emma Crabtree
Day and Time: Weekly on Tuesdays, 12:15 – 12:45 pm Mountain Time
Starts Sept 10, 2019
Things we will do in Yearbook Club:
1. Decide on the cover of the Yearbook
2. Choose (by vote) on the layout design
3. Create a layout (2 page spread) that will go into the Yearbook for everyone to see
4. Help gather photos
5. Learn layout design principles on an easy-to-use program
6. Learn photography tips from a professional photographer
7. Learn tips from a computer graphics design professional
8. Take photos for the Yearbook
9. Work with each other during the Club and outside of the Club to create the Yearbook
10. Work on a project that will be a memory and a keepsake for all Ensign Peak Students
11. Hang out with your friends outside of class!
The Yearbook program we will be using is from a website called http://www.TreeRing.com.
Go ahead and check it out. This yearbook company is extremely flexible and customizable. It’s inexpensive (we’ll have a set cost for the Yearbook in a few weeks). It’s easy for non-Yearbook Club students to upload their photos. Students in Yearbook Club will be able to access more of the Yearbook, especially the layouts (pages) they are working on. If you’ve ever worked on an online photobook, like Shutterfly, you’ll see how similar it is to that process…just designed specifically for Yearbooks.
Join this club by clicking the link in your Student Center.
Yearbook Club Advisor: Sheri Albee
Starting August 22, 2019, join anytime
Day and Time: Weekly on Thursdays, 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Club Fee: $20 per month or $180 lump sum
Everyone has a great idea for a story. Everyone wants to write a novel. Everyone thinks that being a writer would be the most delicious of all fates.
And then no one actually writes.
The truth is that there’s only one way to be a writer, and that is to write stuff. There’s only one way to become a good writer, too, and that’s to write more stuff. But the best writers edit, revise, and publish. That’s what this club does. Access real writing skill from professional authors and editors, and see your story in print.
Join by using the fee tool in your Student Center.
Authors Club Advisor: Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones (alias Mr. C) has for several years taught classes on history, civics, and Defense Against the Dark Arts both on- and off-line as part of the growing private/homeschool movement. This will be his third year teaching full time. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a B.A. in Classics (Roman History) and minors in English and History, and has a lifetime in politics—including running a presidential campaign–to go with acting, singing, and writing. A sought-after speaker on education and history, he is also a working writer, with four published books, dozens of articles and essays, and a long-running popular blog. Mr. C resides in Lehi, UT with his wife Mrs. C, their eight children, two cats, and a growing flock of free-range finches.
Starting February 5, 2020
Day and Time: Wednesdays, 4:00 to 5:00 pm
Cost: $20 per student per month
Join this club paying the club fee in the Student Center.
Do you love art and can’t get enough of it? Do you want to take art class but can’t fit it into your schedule or it is not offered yet? Do you like to hang around the art people and do things with them? If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes,” you may be interested in joining the art club. It is open to any students enrolled in the Ensign Peak Academy Middle School or High School program.
The club activities will be student-driven with assistance and mentorship from the advisor. Suggested activities could include the following: group art projects; in-depth learning and work on individual art projects, virtual streaming (connected with phone, tablet or computer) field trips to art galleries, museums and studios, guest artist speakers, art discussions, community art service projects, and sponsoring an online art show periodically.
Art Club Advisor: Miss Marie Withers, Artist and Teacher
Miss Withers is an active artist and teacher. She continues to make art and sell art in galleries and at art shows, specifically landscape paintings and some illustrative work with portraits and the figure. Well-versed in using a variety of media, she creates with oil painting, acrylic painting, watercolor painting, pastel drawing, colored pencil, charcoal and graphite. She is also a graphic designer, having worked in that capacity for Brigham Young University for almost twenty years. She has a B.F.A in Art Education from Utah State University, with an emphasis in painting, and a Master’s Degree from BYU in Art Education. In her community, she teaches art lessons and classes to all ages and participates in community mural projects. One of her delights is working with students and encouraging them in their art goals.
Here are some of Miss Withers art pieces: