2 -- The mountain climbing club is very interesting. (You don't want to use "badly" -- it's a negative.)
3 -- I'd change it to just "the careers club" and then use either "great" or "good" before "fun." They mean about the same thing.
4 is fine.
5 -- The robotics club is terrific.
Other than "very," you can also use any of the following, but not always interchangeably:
Here's a thesaurus search for "very" -- http://thesaurus.reference.com/browse/very
If you browse through the adverbs, you'll find LOTS of words, although a few of the longer words will not always work well as a substitute in the sentences you're working with right now.
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