Clubs & Organizations

  • safety patrol Safety Patrol:

    The school Safety Patrol program has been praised by safety and education groups around the globe for reducing injuries and deaths among 5- to 14-year-olds, the age group most at risk for pedestrian injury. The program also instills students with a sense of responsibility and leadership, as each day they protect classmates going to and from school.










    4h 4-H Club:

    We have over 80 students that attend 4-H Afterschool on Wednesdays. The whole school participates in the 4-H meetings on early release days. All students at South Ocala should join 4-H. Go to to join. We have 2 goats at school, Hoody and Stella.  We also have rabbits and chickens. We collect eggs every day and sell the eggs for $2.00 a dozen. The money raised helps purchase feed for the animals. We have extended our butterfly garden around the front of the media center and planted butterfly attracting plants. We are starting to plant our fall garden and vertical gardens. We will also have a lettuce garden. Volunteers are welcome to join us during 4H afterschool. If you would like to donate to our animal program by buying feed or supplies or would like to donate plants or seeds, please contact Mary Dukes or Kristie Varnadoe (4H Leaders).


    Mrs. Dukes - 4-H Leader


    morning show



    WSOE News:

    Ms. Fant oversees the morning show that airs to the school.






    Students can participate in enrichment clubs at South Ocala.


    Our purpose is to provide co-curricular organizations and activities to permit all interested students an opportunity to participate. Every effort is made to avoid membership requirements that would prevent this participation.


    Student Membership Requirements:

    In accordance with Marion County School Board and established school policies, certain requirements must be met by the individuals involved in activity programs.


    These are as follows:

    1. All students involved in activities must have at least a "C" or higher in all subjects with an "E or S" in conduct and meet the club's requirements. Students may not have a fine on the "debt list".
    2. Students involved in any activities, whether on or off campus, are governed by the Marion County Code of Student Conduct.
    3. Students must complete a student participation and Parental Approval Form prior to joining any club.


    Students are encouraged to join and participate in clubs and organizations. Membership requirements are contained in each club's constitutions and by-laws; there are general requirements regarding eligibility for membership in any club or organization.