Clubs at McKeel Academy of Technology

It's that time again! If the club is currently accepting signups, use the button to be taken to McKeel Systems. Sign in with your Parent/Guardian Wildcat Account to complete signups. Please note space is limited and students will be selected by lottery. Please contact clubs@mckeelschools.com if you have any questions.

Cooking Club (3rd Quarter)

If you are interested in cooking and eating, this is the club for you.  There are a few details that need to be considered. First, you need to have your own transportation to the location (in South Lakeland @ What's Cooking).  Second, you are agreeing to come every week for the nine weeks.  Last, being able to listen and follow directions is very important.  If you can meet these requirements and want to have a good time, this is the place for you!  Priority will be to kids who didn't participate last year, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't sign up.  It is a first come first serve basis, so sign up quickly.  This club is on Thursdays at What's Cooking from 3:30-5:00pm.


Sign your child up for Cooking Club (3rd Quarter)

Rowing Club

Do you want to try a new sport?  Do you want to stay fit between seasons?  Come out and give rowing a try!  This club will introduce you to rowing on both the machine and water.  Middle school and high school students of all ages, shapes, and sizes are encouraged to attend.  No experience needed, and the practice schedule is flexible so athletes can still participate in other clubs and activities. Rowing is available year round.  


See attached flyer for more Learn to Row information. 

Please see our flyer for information on Rowing Club.

Sign your child up for Rowing Club

Sewing Club (Spring Semester)

Sewing Club - Do you know how to sew by hand or use a sewing machine? Want to learn? McKeel Sewing club will teach you how to sew basic hand stitches and how to use a sewing machine.  You will have the chance to make a pillowcase, sew spring and summer holiday decorations, headbands, scrunches, zipper makeup or travel case, tote bag, and PJ pants/shorts.  There may be some other fun sewing projects if time allows. Students have the option to sew during this time for community service, this will be explained in detail at our first meeting but will always be the choice of the student. All levels of experience are welcome. WE WILL MEET Monday, March 17 through May 20th. We will meet in room 05-101 from dismissal to 4:30pm.

Sign your child up for Sewing Club (Spring Semester)