Auburn Junior High School Clubs for 2022-2023
|AJHS Musical Production
rehearsals Dec March 9 (daily)
|This club is open to any 7th/8th grade students at AJHS to be a part of the musical production. Opportunities include performing on stage as part of the cast, learning how to build/paint scenery, run the stage/spot lights, learn how to make costumes and work backstage as part of the stage crew. There are also opportunities for students to learn stage management and assistant directing skills. This is usually a seasonal time commitment, most often Dec - early March. Email Mrs. Sheppard at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
|American Sign Language
|1st and 3rd
Wednesday of each month
|Learn the culture of sign language and how to communicate in sign language.
|Select and Read books to discuss at monthly meetings.
|The debate club is great place for students to explore the art of "organized arguing." Students in debate club tend to enjoy discussing current issues and if they don't already have a strong voice and good presentation skills, they will learn these abilities in a fun, safe club environment. Students learn to create factual/logical, ethical and emotional arguments to persuade others in the club that their "side" is correct.
|2nd and 4th
Tuesday of each month
|Projects to bring awareness to environmental concerns
|Compete with other schools in the video game "Rocket League".
|Afterschool sports. This is great for students who want to play sports but do not want the commitment of a modified team.
|Activities to promote cultural awareness in our school and community.
|For band students who want to explore the music of jazz in a select group
|Ms. Evans and Mrs. Viccaro
|This is a safe/supportive space for LGBTQ+ allies to be together. This is still a work in progress.
|National Junior Honor Society
|Mrs. Linn (2492)
|This is a group that recognizes students' academic achievements and community service efforts. There are certain academic requirements that must be fulfilled to enter and to maintain membership. There are monthly meetings.
|Roll Playing Game Club
|2nd and 4th
|Develop your own character, roll play scenarios with other students, and problem solve solutions to move forward in the game.