Discovery days generally happen a few times during the year. These are opportunities for students to participate in activities to which they normally may not have exposure. This middle school philosophy helps students to grow as an individual. Students who are at an adolescent age are in transition and are looking for activities to "define" them. As a middle school, we want to provide activities that are positive and will spark students' interest. These activities could become lifelong hobbies or pastimes for students. Some examples of past Discovery Days are golf, hiking, swimming, bike riding, ice hockey, rock climbing, scrapbooking, beaded jewelry making, art, photography, volleyball, folf, pop-up book making, fly fishing, fly tying, pie making, various cooking activities, dance, Karaoke, chess, woodworking, web design, guitar, basketball, soccer, lawn games, backpacking, gymnastics, racquetball, Ping Pong, pop can art, music, and many others.