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After School Clubs

This year students can take advantage of many different clubs here at CRMS. For more information regarding the various clubs please click on the blue 'Club' link to the left. 

Knight Time

Knight Time is the advisement program at CRMS.  Two days a week, students work together with their Knight Time teacher in activities and curriculum that help develop the social, emotional, academic and career aspects of their education.  It is also an opportunity for students to get to know a teacher in a non-academic setting, where they may feel more comfortable going to an adult for advice.  It is our goal for students to feel welcome and comfortable at CRMS. Some of the activities in Knight Time include off-campus walks which require a parent signed permission form.


Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is an international program supported by the Colorado Department of Education and Douglas County Schools to promote and maximize academic achievement and behavioral competence. It is a school-wide strategy for helping all students achieve important social and learning goals. We know that when good behavior and good teaching come together, our students will excel in their learning. Castle Rock Middle School is proud to be a part of this exciting initiative.

Please visit our PBS page under the "Parent Info" tab for more information and ways for you to help with this initiative.

Student Council

Student Council membership is open to all students at CRMS. We encourage students interested in being leaders to let their Social Studies teachers know they are interested in serving on Student Council. We will be meeting a few times during Advisement and once a month after school. 

Student Council is the voice of CRMS students! We hope to build school spirit and serve as leaders.

National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society is a national organization for students who show qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, character and citizenship. Our organization contributes not only to our school by encouraging higher standards of education, but also to the community by volunteering time and abilities to better our community. 

Those who are eligible are any 7th or 8th graders who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better for the first semester of this school year and who possess the qualities required for induction into this society. These qualities are clearly stated in the application form.