Art Club assists and encourages students in the creation of special art projects. First trimester is “Sculpt-it”, second trimester is “Paint-it”, and third trimester is “Craft-it”.
Breakfast & Books is a book club meets once a month before school. Students chat about the book of the month over a yummy breakfast. Books are chosen in a variety of genres, and all middle school readers are welcome to join.
Ecology Club's mission is to recycle and promote environmental issues throughout campus.
French Club meets to discuss all things French including food, culture, and entertainment. They also sponsor service projects to raise money for charities.
Garden Club provides members the opportunity to work and learn in the alternative garden after school. The garden consists of vertical aeroponic systems, a 100-gallon aquaculture tank, and two hydroponic raft beds along with raised self- wicking soil planters.
Junior Thespians enables students to continue their study and practice of the finer points of theater and the varied facets of dramatic presentations in a nurturing environment. They practice one act plays, solo and ensemble performances, costume and set design, in preparation for competition in district meets.
National Junior Honor Society is a nationally recognized group of students who exemplify service, character, leadership, and scholarship. Open to seventh and eighth graders with a cumulative GPA of 3.85 or higher and an exemplary behavior record, NJHS invites students to join each spring and participate in community service on and off campus.
National Junior Spanish Honor Society is a nationally recognized group of students who meet to discuss Spanish language and culture and participate in community service events. NJSHS invites students with a 90% average in Spanish classes to join each spring.
Robotics Club members construct robots in preparation for competition in district robotics tournaments.
Ronald McDonald House Charities fundraises and supports the mission of RMHC to improve the health and well being of children by providing a “home away from home” for families so they can close to their hospitalized children. Students have the opportunity to visit the house and assist families in residence.
Student Government meets as an advisory class to learn about government and plan activities and events for all middle school students. Seventh and eighth students with a minimum 3.0 GPA are eligible to run for election each April. Sixth graders are elected in September.