Clubs and Organizations
ANNOUNCING HORIZON ARCHERY CLUB
Those students interested in joining the Horizon Archery Club need to come out and join us on Monday, October 3, 2011. This will be the first time we have an archery club at Horizon Academy. We will meet in the cafeteria at 2:30pm, right after the second bell. This club is for grades 5-8. You will need a permission slip to stay afterschool. Please see Ms. Brown in room 4-209 or pick up a permission slip in the front office during the month of September.
ANNOUNCING HORIZON ACADEMIC CLUB
Those student that are interested in seeing if they are smarter than all the other middle school students in Marion County need to join our Horizon Academic Club. We will have our first meeting Monday, September 12, 2011 at 2:30pm in the media center. We will be meeting every Monday throughout the year to sharpen our brains for the BIG competition in May. You will need a permission slip to attend. Please see Ms. Brown in room 4-209 for permission slips during the week of August 29, 2011.
Horizon Academy Dazzlers
The Horizon Dazzlers is a dance drill team for students in grades 5th through 8th. The Horizon Dazzlers perform inmany activities throughout the year, including school assemblies, school basketball games, the school winter/spring concert, the school winter carnival, regional competition, district competition, dance clinics, a summer dance camp, the Ocala Christmas Parade, the Belleview Christmas Parade, Hands Are Not for Hurting Expo, and the Marion Oaks Spring Fling, among other activities. Practice days are two to three days a week in the school gym from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm. For more information, contact coaches Mrs. Yadira Thompson or Mrs. Sophia Duran.
Horizon Academy Pom Squad
The Horizon Pom Squad was started at Sunrise Elementary School a few years ago and moved to Horizon Academy when it first opened. The Pom Squad is a mix of baton twirling, cheering, and dance. The Horizon Pom Squad is directed by Mary Krizanac . Mrs. Mary Krizanac is a certified Physical Best instructor and Baton Twirling instructor.
The Pom Squad is a representation of our school and members are expected to act appropriately at all times. To become a member of the squad, students will be judged on willingness to learn a routine, sportsmanship, cheerfulness, and performance. To continue as a team member, students are expected to take part in practices, afterschool events, and fundraisers.
Tryouts will be held at the end of September and practices will be held one day a week after school beginning October.