Clubs and Sponsors
Below you will find the name of the club along with the sponsor name which you can click on to access the sponsor email address.
Archery - Catherine Liddle
We are a NASP program (National Archery in the Schools Program). We use Genesis bows and only Easton 1820 arrows. This is in compliance with NASP. We will compete against NASP schools and in NASP tournaments. We also have the opportunity to shoot 3D tournaments with NASP and I will give you information if you are interested in shooting 3D tournaments with S3DA through www.archeryevents.com.
Archery Club is an educational organization focused on safety, equipment and techniques associated with the sport of archery. We strive to bring Students, Parents and Community together. Sportsmanship comes first.
Mount Juliet High School Archery team practices at Mount Juliet Middle School from 3:30pm-5:30pm. Tryouts will be in October, after October break.
Art - Ashley Thon
Art club is designed to give a creative outlet for students that may not currently be in an art class. This club is lead by students, who come in and decide what types of projects and activists they want to work on or what skills they would like to learn. Students don’t need to have any previous art experience and can come to work on their own personal projects or get some creative inspiration. Art club offers community service opportunities for working on projects for the people in and around the Mount Juliet area. Nation Art Honors Society will also be offered for students that are interested, this will allow for more scholarship options and give more resources and allow them to have their works featured in galleries or publications.
Best Buddies - Madison Taylor
Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
BETA - Natalie Lutz
Beta Club is a student-centered organization that seeks ways to develop and nurture students by providing opportunities and experiences to demonstrate the ideals of achievement, character, leadership, and service.
Beta Club meets once a month on Wednesday morning. The meetings are held in the cafeteria and led by the officers. Beta Club has 4 officer positions: President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Students ninth through twelfth grade are eligible to join and be an officer. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.5. Beta Club strives to complete one service project per month for our school or local community. You can get updates about Beta Club by texting @mjbeta to 81010.
Bear News Network Club is for MJHS students who want access to BNN's equipment, even if they're not currently taking A/V Production classes. We have more than 25 iMac and PowerMac computers, all sorts of cameras and microphones, multiple green screens, and lighting equipment. You'll take advantage of Final Cut Pro to edit your video project, GarageBand to make music, and Photoshop to work on graphics. BNN Club also gives you access to help from A/V Production students and instructors, but be prepared to research your own solutions! BNN Club is a great space to try out new ideas without the pressure of class deadlines, and it's built for you to have the time to solve your own production problems. What you make in BNN Club can be yours alone, or you can submit it for inclusion on BNN's web and local television programming. Come make something great! Membership requires only an application with contact info and signature of understanding on equipment safety guidelines. Regular attendance is strongly encouraged.
British Culture Club - Mary Kay Kelton
E La Vita - Charles Seaton
E La Vita meets before school once a week to for prayer and inspirational thoughts from member-leaders.
Electronic Gamer Club - Brooke Holloway / Andrew Boyer
FBLA - Petra Wade
Future Business Leaders of America is a premier student business organization of young people preparing for success as leaders in business, government, and communities. Our mission is to bring business and education together through innovative leadership and career development programs.
FCA - Brad Mattingly
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a student led club open to all.
FCCLA - Amanda Saladin / Brittany Neely
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life -- planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication -- necessary in the home and workplace.
FFA - Mitzi Pigg
FFA is a national youth organization for students interested in agriculture and/or leadership. The mission statement of the FFA states that, FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
In order to be in FFA, a student must be enrolled in one agriculture class per year and pay their membership dues. Dues are 15.00 a year and will provide the student with local, regional, state and national membership.
FFA officers and members meet every Wednesday morning at 7:15. We have monthly meetings and participate in community service projects throughout the year.
Mt Juliet FFA is very active in contest or Career Development Events (CDE), state, national FFA conventions, regional and state leadership workshops and camp. CDE's vary from individual public speaking, parliamentary procedure, team presentations, livestock and horse judging, agriculture issues, marketing and sales contest and so much more. FFA CDE's focus on preparing students for the future by teaching valuable career skills.
Frisbee - Crystal Pierce
Frisbee club is open to any student that wants to play Frisbee sports. There is a focus on both ultimate Frisbee and disc golf. The mission of the club is to positively promote the growth of Frisbee sports and sportsmanship.
German Club - Janine Zahuczky
The mission of German Club promotes and encourages interest in German culture and provides all MJHS students with an opportunity to experience German life and traditions within the German-speaking world.
A variety of enriching opportunities throughout the year are provided to explore Germanic countries, such as scholarships, study abroad programs, excursions to cultural events, guest speakers, and organizing various festivals throughout the year. Students participate in Club Rush, Homecoming parade, Bavarian Bierhaus, Oktoberfest, All Souls' Day, Weihnachten, Fasching, State German Competition, National German Exam, Aprilnarr, May Day, and other various outings voted by club members (drive in movie, bowling, ice skating, etc). Students also interact with German exchange students and have the opportunity to host or travel abroad. German Club operates within the National German Honor Society, in which dedicated class and club members wear cords at Graduation. Club members also produce commercials for BNN, create decorations for the display case, learn German games, and work on the Olympics. Depending on the project, meetings are held either every week or twice a month on Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:15 pm in Room A107. Membership dues are $5.00 and support funding for club operation. Students must be enrolled in a German class or have an interest in German culture and lifestyle. Announcements will be sent out via Remind and posted on the Club website.
GSA - Brian Valkyrie
A student-run club that brings together LGBTQ+ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.
HOSA - Jan Dickens
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) is a National organization for students interested in Health Care. They learn about many different opportunities in Health Care. Students participate in community service regional, state and National Competition. Last year we collected money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, collected gifts for a nursing home at Christmas among other activities. We attended the TN Strong Youth Summit to Stop Tobacco Conference, Regional and State HOSA Competition.
Interact - Samantha Franke
Interact Club is a service organization run through the Rotary Club of Mt. Juliet. We participate in service projects within our school and out in the community. Some examples include making birthday cards for children in the hospital, providing snacks during testing, helping decorate parade floats, helping during Taste of Mt. Juliet, and so much more! We meet twice a month to discuss upcoming volunteer opportunities.
Japanese Culture Club - Janine Zahuczky
The Japanese Culture Club aims to cultivate interest in Japanese culture and language among the MJHS student body. It is a student-run organization which provides opportunities to connect with others who appreciate unique perspectives of Japanese culture, and celebrates connections to Japan and the Nashville metropolitan area. Our club offers many volunteer opportunities within the Japanese community, such as working booths at
cultural festivals, participating in Sakura (Cherry Blossom Festival), and at various Anime conventions (MTAC).
Club members also participate in Club Rush, Homecoming Parade, panel discussions, Hibachi, ribbon dance, fan dance, manga series readings, guest speakers, visits by Japanese Consulate officials, origami, pen pal program, sushi making, Ramen noodle showdown, karate demonstrations, National Japanese Exam, and Japanese Tea Ceremony. Students also learn Japanese games, create decorations for the display case, watch Anime movies, participate in national competitions (Nengajo), and help organize the Olympics. Students actively studying Japanese are entered into the National Japanese Honor Society and wear honor cords at Graduation. Depending on the project, meetings are held either every week or twice a month on Mondays from 3:20 to 4:15 pm in Room A107. Membership dues are $10.00 and support funding for club operation. Students must have an interest in Japanese culture, language, and knowledge of Asian societies. Announcements will be sent out via Remind and posted on the Club website.
Key Club - Laura Morgan
Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others. Key Club International is a part of the Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs. They meet the first and third Wednesday mornings in room C108.
Literary Alliance - Brooke Holloway / Amber Judkins
Move to Stand / Stars - Aimee Twohig
Mu Alpha Theta - Jennifer Wallace
Mu Alpha Theta is a national math honor society for high school and junior college students. "The Mu Alpha Theta National High School and Junior College Mathematics Club was founded in 1957 by Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. Andree at the University of Oklahoma. In his words, Mu Alpha Theta is "an organization dedicated to promoting scholarship in mathematics and establishing math as an integral part of high school and junior college education." The name Mu Alpha Theta was constructed from the Greek lettering for the phonemes m, a, and th."
The Mt. Juliet High School chapter typically meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday's of each month before school. Any student is welcome to attend the meetings. To become a member of the national organization, students must have completed through Algebra 2 with at least a "B" average. There is a one-time cost of $10.00 to join the national organization. We also collect yearly dues of $5.00 to help with local expenses, including math contests, service projects, and senior graduation cords.
Our chapter continues to seek ways to both support our school and promote mathematics. Some activities include helping with elementary family "math nights," recruiting students to participate in math contests, preparing for math contests, arranging for guest speakers at our meetings to address students about math-related careers, and participating in school service projects.
National Honor Society - Amy Bowman
National Honor Society is a community service organization for Juniors and Seniors who have earned membership to this prestigious organization. Membership is based on a minimum GPA of a 3.5, extracurricular involvement, and leadership skills. Members must attend the monthly meeting and participate in the monthly community service project. Membership applications are distributed and available at Club Rush each August.
Prom Committee - Mary Kay Kelton
Science National Honor Society - Gayle Hayes
The SNHS is an academic honor society whose purpose is to "encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought, to advance students' knowledge of classical and modern science, to communicate with the scientific community, to aid the civic community with its comprehension of science, and to encourage students to participate in community service and, in turn, encourage a dedication to the pursuit of scientific knowledge that benefits all mankind."
Membership is open to juniors who must be enrolled in at least one honors or AP science class during or prior to their junior year and seniors who must be enrolled in an Honors II or AP science class during or prior to their senior year. A member must maintain a B+ average (3.5 on 4.0 scale) across all science courses and a 3.0 out of 4.0 overall. Members are required to participate in at least one SNHS project and attend at least one officer lecture during the year. Dues are $5.00 for returning members and $10.00 for new members. Meetings are held every Thursday morning at 7:45am in room C122.
Spanish - Hannah Rodriguez
STEM Club - Robert Brindos
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – STEM ignites an interest in STEM subjects and provides a platform to extend young people's learning. Most importantly, they are fun and exciting, allowing all involved to explore STEM subjects in innovative and inventive ways outside the curriculum.
Step Team - Brittany Lawton
Step team is a talented group of MJHS students who perform frequently at pep rallies and basketball games. They are a tight-knit community that is passionate about hand and foot coordination and welcomes all who want to be a part of it.
A group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership and encourage student / faculty / community relations. Any student is welcome to attend the council meetings.
Students for Sustainability - Laura Morgan
Technology - Robert Brindos
The Technology Club is a student organization made up of STEM concentrators who are interested in competing in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge.
Unplugged Gamers - Eric Trusty
Unplugged Gamers Club welcomes anyone who enjoys playing non-electronic games such as trading card games, board games, and any other type of game that does not involve all those silly wires. Unplugged Gamers meet twice a week . Monday and Wednesday in room B-142.
Young Democrats - James Peach
Young Democrats provides space for left-leaning Golden Bears to discuss recent events and organize action to help advance legislation and candidates at the local, state, and national levels. Young Democrats typically has membership crossover with Youth In Government. For two years in a row, the Young Democrats club has also participated in a debate with Young Republicans.
Young Republicans - Josh Seal
This student club strives to encourage civic engagement among students and providing a place for dialogue for students to discuss conservative politics. The club regularly holds forums with elected officials and candidates, regular meetings with members, and combined activities with the other political clubs assisting in voter registration drives, school elections, and debates.
Youth in Government - Josh Seal
The mission of YIG is to promote civic engagement among students with a primary emphasis on learning how Tennessee state government operates. Students learn how our state government works and then attend a competitive conference run by the YMCA Center for Civic Engagement in the spring in a mock-legislative session at the State Capitol building and offices. Our YIG club also participates in a Model UN conference in the fall.