• 4H Logo 4-H

    4-H is an informal, learn-by-doing educational program for youth, grades 4-12, from all backgrounds. 4-H is designed to help youth develop into responsible, self-directed, productive citizens of the world through a wide range of activities.

    Why be a part of 4-H? Develop leadership and citizenship abilities, public speaking and communication skills, prepare yourself for life and to have FUN!

    Club Sponsor: Mr. Goins and Mrs. Bolus

    Meeting Times: 2nd Wednesday of every month from 3:45 - 4:45 PM

    4-H Local Chapter Link: https://extension.tennessee.edu/Wilson/Pages/4-H-Youth.aspx


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    Archery Club

    Archery Club is a National Archery School Program (NASP). Students compete against other schools in matches and tournaments.


    Ray Evans evansr@wcschools.com

    Meeting Times: Tuesday and Thursday 7:15-8:00AM; Room 180

Art Club

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    Art Club 

    Art club meets once a month for an hour after school to create a variety of art projects.

    Club Sponsor:

    Caitlin Hammer


    2020: TBD

Best Buddies

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    Best Buddies

    Builds friendships between people with and without IDD, offering social mentoring while improving the quality of life and level of inclusion. There is an application process to be part of this club.

    Club Sponsor:

    Meeting Times: Best Buddies meet once monthly. Members will be informed of specific meeting dates and times.


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    BETA Club

    BETA club is by invitation only. Teachers recommend students who show character, leadership, a good work ethic, and are service-minded.

    The Junior Beta Club at Mt. Juliet Middle School is designed to recognize academically excellent students and work on their leadership and service skills. Students have to make A's or B's first two-quarters of 6th or 7th grade. Teachers nominate their students that best show citizenship, leadership, and enthusiasm. In January, we invite these students to join Beta. They are then members of the club for the rest of their years at MJMS as long as they stay active and participate, continue to do well in school, and have proper behavior.

    Meeting Time: The 1st and 3rd quarter Tuesday of each month from 3:30-4:30 PM in the Library



    Club Sponsors

    Mrs. Liddle
    Ms. Caddy
    Mrs. Davis
    Mr. Goad
    Mrs. Moses
    Mrs. Nugent
    Mrs. Simms


Black & Gold Choir

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    Black and Gold Choir

    Black & Gold choir is Mt. Juliet Middle School's audition-only choir for 7th and 8th grade singers. This choir has consistently received SUPERIOR ratings in performance and sight-reading at the MTVA Choral Festival, SUPERIOR ratings for performance at the MTVA Solo and Ensemble Festival, and 1st Place SUPERIOR ratings in performance at the Music in the Parks Festival at Dolly Wood.

    In the Spring of 2017, this choir earned a perfect 12 out of 12 SUPERIOR ratings.

    Auditions for this group are held at the end of each school year.

    Club Sponsor: 

    Meeting Times: 

Builders Club

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     Builders Club

    Builders Club is an international student-led organization providing members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership. Members learn to work together and develop servant-leaders skills as they serve their school and community. Builders Club is supported by Kiwanis International.



    Denise DeFevers - defeversd@wcschools.com

    Nicole DeFevers - defeversn@wcschools.com

    Meeting Times: Wednesdays from 7:45-8:15 AM in room 115

Chess Club

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    Chess Club

    The MJMS Chess Club is a casual meeting of students of all skill levels. Students play as many chess matches as time allows and socialize with other students.

    Club Sponsors:

     Mrs. Davis

    Mrs. Liddle

    Meeting Times: Monday morning at 7:45-8:15 AM in Room 209

  • Crochet Club

    This club is a knitting and crochet club. We are all about having fun while learning something new! 

    Meetings: 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from 3:45-4:30 PM in room G3.

    Sponsors: Mrs. BolusMs. Wrye, and Ms. Taylor


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    Auditions are held at the end of each semester for the following semester. Shows are always Broadway or Disney musicals that are fun and exciting. There are 75-100 kids who perform and work shows while bonding as a family.

    Club Sponsors: Tori Capps

    Meeting Times: 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

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    Fellowship of Christian Athletes

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes is for any student who is interested in having a time of fellowship with their peers. FCA meetings are time well spent! Each meeting consists of worship music, a Biblical lesson through guest speakers, skits, or testimonies, followed by a time of prayer!

    FCA also takes pride in doing community outreach projects by providing for families in need during the holidays.

    Huddle Coach: 

    Asst. Huddle Coach:  

    Meeting Times: 

    FCA National Website: http://fca.org/

First Priority

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    First Priority is a student-led, Faith-based club where students come together to impact our campus with the love of God. Everyone is welcome and everyone is loved. We strive our best to love as God intends and sharing His word. A typical meeting consists of praying, a message, and music.

    Club Sponsors: Mrs. Osburne and Mrs. Liddle

    Meeting Times: Tuesdays at 8:00 in Room 123

    First Priority Greater Nashville Website: http://fpnashville.com/

  • Future Farmers of America

    FFA is about agriculture, leadership, public speaking, and learning about and caring for animals.

    Meetings: Thursdays after school from 3:30-4:30 PM and Friday mornings from 7:30-8:20 in room 176

    Sponsors: Mrs. Dean and Mr. Evans

  • Future Teachers Club

    Are you always helping your classmates understand an academic concept? Do you love to decorate bulletin boards? Are you always creating new activities? Do you want to learn about being a teacher? Come see what the Future Teachers Club is all about!

    Meetings: 1st Wednesday of each month from 8:00 - 8:30 AM in room 130

    Sponsors: Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Miller

  • Get on Board Club

    If you enjoy playing board games, then this is the club for you. We will alternate between playing board game favorites and exploring new games. In the process, you can make new friends who share your passion for games. 

    Meetings: Every other Monday from 3:30-4:30 PM in the Library.


    Mrs. Bowlin

    Ms. Reynolds

    Mrs. Thompson

    Mr. West

    Ms. Williams

  • Math Club

    Struggling with a Math concept? You don't understand what was taught last week? Math Club is for you!

    Math Club is a time during which peer tutoring can occur. Members do not have to attend every meeting.

    Meetings: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:50 - 8:20 AM in room 220

    Sponsor: Mrs. Fisher

Military Support Group

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    Military Support Group

    MJMS and The TN Army National Guard host monthly meetings to bring together students that have an immediate family member serving in the military. These meetings are intended to foster relationships between students with a common bond. Throughout the year, the meetings are focused on resiliency, team building, and character development.

    Sponsors: Mrs. Jade Bowman

    Email: April Nemath

    Meeting Times: Monthly

    Child & Youth Program Website: http://www.tnmilitary.org/youth-programs.html

  • Ninjas of Niceness

    Ninjas of Niceness provide intentional acts of kindness around our school to boost morale and doing things behind the scenes "without any fanfare," but to do good things for others.

    Meetings: Every other Thursday from 7:45-8:15 AM in room 232



    Mrs. Bowman

Science Club

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    Science Club

    Students work individually and with partners on STEM activities to enhance the middle school curriculum. Past activities have included bridges, catapults, hot air balloons, and racers to name a few. We also do some fun chemistry experiments. Everyone is welcome! Come have some fun!

    Club Sponsors:

    Laura Scott - scottnl@wcschools.com

    Meeting Times: 

  • Sign Language Club

    This club is designed to help students and/or teachers learn the basics of American Sign Language while getting a glimpse into Deaf Culture. There are times this club has opportunities to perform publically. For example, members perform the National Anthem each year on Veteran's Day.

    Meetings: Every other Tuesday from 7:45 - 8:15 AM in room 232


    Mrs. Bailey

    Mrs. Thompson

    Mrs. Pulcastro


Student Council

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    Student Council is a group for students who want to grow in leadership through schoolwide activities, service projects, and participating in the state organization TASC.

    Meetings: Wednesday mornings from 7:50-8:30 AM


    Mrs. Serbin

    Mrs. Gribble

    Mrs. Trawick

    Coach Crum

    Ms. Hammer

    Mrs. Miller

    Mrs. Smith

  • HOSA

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    HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.

    Sponsored by: Mrs. Simpson

  • Video Gaming Club

    Enjoy learning and sharing in all things video gaming! Members must complete an application for entry!