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Mariemont Junior High Extracurricular Offerings

Mariemont Junior High School attempts to provide varied and extensive extracurricular opportunities for students.  We hope that there is at least one choice which will appeal to each student’s interests. Students are encouraged to participate in the extracurricular life of our school. Becoming involved in a wide array of educational opportunities in Mariemont City Schools is an integral part of the whole learning experience in our school district.

Throughout the year, daily announcements will alert students to the times, dates and specifics of the clubs and their activities.

Note: Band, String Orchestra and Chorus are offered as class electives and require pre-registration.

Art Club

Art Club is designed for all 7th or 8th grade students who are interested in visual art and desire to have more than one semester of art experience during the school year.

Athletics

Mariemont Junior High School is fortunate to offer a wide range of competitive athletic teams for boys and girls.  Specific try out, practice and schedule information is available separately from the school office.
Go Warriors!

Fall Teams

Cheerleading, Footbal,l  Cross Country (non-cut), Football (separate teams for 7th & 8th – non-cut)
Soccer (girls & boys),  Golf (girls & boys), Tennis (girls), Volleyball (separate teams for 7th & 8th)

Winter  Teams

Basketball (girls and boys, separate teams for 7th & 8th)
Cheerleading, Basketball (girls and boys, separate teams for 7th & 8th), Co-Ed Swimming/Diving (non-cut) 
Wrestling (non-cut)

Spring  Teams

Co-Ed Track (non-cut,)  Tennis (boys), Co-Ed Track (non-cut)

Builders Club

Builders Club is sponsored by Kiwanis to serve the Mariemont, Fairfax and Terrace Park communities. It is the largest service organization for middle school students (ages 12 to 14) with more than 40,000 members worldwide!  Builders Club is open to any MJHS student who wants to join. They hold a few meetings throughout the school year, which will be reported through daily announcements in homeroom. This is a great way to get involved with community service and leadership opportunities.

Drama

Each spring the Junior High School presents a play performed for the public and for the elementary schools. There are tryouts for speaking parts, and students are also needed to help with lights, sound and stage. Practices are after school as needed

Lady Warriors

The goal of Lady Warriors is to develop a positive attitude toward self as a unique and worthy person and to demonstrate a respect and appreciation for individual differences. Lady Warriors is open to all 7th & 8th grade girls and meet each Monday during their respective lunch times. Topics of discussion range from siblings to social life to substance abuse. Lady Warriors also organize social activities and community service opportunities outside of the school day.

Latin Club

Latin Club is open to all 8th grade Latin students. It provides an opportunity for students to further explore the Latin language and the culture of the ancient Romans through discussion, games, creative and artistic projects and friendly competition. The club meetings take place during lunch, with a few special afternoon meetings.

Math Club

Members of the Math Club will meet weekly during lunch to work on math designs and problems. They will also practice for math competitions held throughout the year.

Power of the Pen

Power of the Pen is a non-profit educational writing competition for 7th and 8th grade students in Ohio. At three levels of competition, District, Regional and State, students participate in three rounds of impromptu writing and receive instant feedback from judges. POP runs from October to May.  In October, all 7th & 8th graders try out in their language arts classes, and two teams are formed on the basis of these writings.

Science Club

Science Club begins meeting in September and continues through May. At the first meeting, the students generate a list of topics to cover during the year. In the recent past Science Club has delved into such challenges as designing & building potato cannons, hatching & brooding ducks and explaining electricity using colored plastic sheets.

Stock Select

Sponsored by Kiwanis with community volunteer advisors, MJHS student teams will compete against other junior high teams from Ohio in the “Stock Market Game”. Each team will have a virtual portfolio of $100,000 to invest, and the contest runs from February through April.

Student Council

The MJHS Student Council helps to unite students, staff and community in important school issues and provides an open line of communication between them. Among other responsibilities, Student Council members help organize and promote spirit week & homecoming activities, fundraisers, and community service projects throughout the year.

Yearbook

The Yearbook Club is open to all 7th & 8th grade students. The work begins at the start of the school year and ends with the February deadline. Students help choose a theme, design the layout, take photographs, and work with software to put the book together. Meetings are held after school or at lunch, as needed.

For further information, contact the school office at 272-7300.