Skip to Content Skip to Footer Accessibility Concerns
Students at an assembly

Clubs & Activities

National Junior Honor Society

NJHS helps support our campus and the community. Members take part in community involvement and activities on campus. NJHS membership is an outstanding opportunity to develop the habits and standards so important to success in high school, college, and a career. Think of it as making yourself #futuready. As an NJHS member, you’ll have exclusive access to robust tools and resources:


  • College admission and financial aid planning options, including webinars and a mini-website called Honor Your Future Now, which you can browse by yourself or with your family for college preparation tips 
  • Help with financing your college education through the NJHS Outstanding Achievement Award, which each year recognizes 500 exceptional NJHS members who best reflect the values of membership with a $500 college savings award 
  • Service projects, both by the chapter and individual, allow you to build teamwork capabilities, hone project management aptitude, and make friends—all valuable life skills 
  • Leadership development, motivation, and inspiration gained through your own chapter’s work as well as three LEAD Conferences and NJHS State Summits held in select locations annually

Amanda Grady 

[email protected]

Drama Club

Students will learn theatrical staging, acting, directing, and design basics. Students do not need to have any theater experience prior to being a part of the club. Theater is a performing ensemble and will participate in concerts, school events, and festivals. 


Christine Magruder

[email protected]

Student Council

Student Council Students will focus on refining and implementing leadership skills. This class gives practical experience in the areas of planning, conducting, coordinating, and developing leadership and responsibility. *Students are elected in a student body election.


Valerie Standlee

[email protected]

Yearbook

Students will produce, manage and distribute the school’s annual publication (yearbook). Students will develop skills in writing, marketing, layout design, art/graphics, photography, teamwork with a standards-based approach to the basic concepts in Information Technology/Graphic Arts Communication.


Casie Swartz

[email protected]

FEEDBACK