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Clubs and Groups

* Mom's Night Out: Monthly night out for the Moms! Come join in some fellowship.

* Mom's Coffee: Monthly or weekly time to have some coffee, relax and talk with other homeschool moms.

DC ExplorersThe purpose of the club is to provide opportunities for our high schoolers to learn how to navigate in an urban environment!  What better city to live so close to it isn’t so big that you feel overwhelmed. 

4-H Club of Fort Belvoir HomeschoolersThe purposes of this club are to stimulate members’ personal growth and development, to have fun while learning practical life skills, to develop effective leadership in youth and adults, and to help youth develop responsible citizenship.

The development of club members will occur through 4-H project work; club meetings, demonstrations, and community service; club, county, district, state, regional, national, and international 4-H events; and other activities.

Helping Hands ClubWe will be meeting once a month to complete community service projects.Open to Grades K - 12th

Lego Club: Lego Club is designed for students 5 - 14 years old. We will have monthly meetings with various lego challenges and themed projects.  

National Beta Club: an organization for 4th through 12th-grade students. Its purpose is "to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership, and service among elementary and secondary school students.

Congressional Service Award The Congressional Award is about the challenge. It is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you would like to try for the first time. To earn the Award, young people set goals in ALL four Program Areas: Voluntary Public ServicePersonal DevelopmentPhysical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. The requirements for the six levels of the program increase based on the level the young person is applying for. 

Chess Club: Meets every Thursday.  National Chess Master David Bennet is the point of contact. 

Running Club: Establish where you’re at with a timed run or walk. This is NOT a competitive run or walk but rather a “starting point" for each individual. We will guide each participant if they so desire with setting realistic goals for the running season. Fun runs and running games will be sprinkled throughout the season as we gain in our intensity with some drills and harder runs.

Book Club:   Meets once a month. K-2 Book Club, Grades 3-5 Book Club, Meet in the Middle Grades 6-8 Book Club, and Grades 9-12 Book Club.

Teen Club:  Teens, ages 13 and up, meet twice a month for an off post activity and on post for a game day.

Tween Club:  Meets up twice a month.  Target ages are 8 - 12. 


Groups, clubs, and events are held because volunteers make it happen!

*Not all groups are current.