Clubs & Activities
The Middle School South campus has several clubs and activities that are available to students. All clubs are sponsored by a staff or faculty members of Middle School South. Any students interested in joining an activity or club is encouraged to contact the sponsor listed.
- Eagle Eyes
- L.I.F.T. Jr.
- National Junior Honor Society
- Select Academic Team
- Strategy Club
- Student Council
- Thespian Jr. (Drama Club)
Sponsors -Sabrina Ashworth & Amber Ball Morton
The cheerleaders and mascot attended camp this summer at Texas A&M. In the competition on the final day of camp, the squad won first place for the dance routine, first place for cheer, first place for the game-day routine, consisting of performing a sideline, band chant, and cheer, and 2nd place for the sideline performance. The mascot, Evie the Eagle, won the Dancing Diva award. Cheerleaders chosen for the prestigious honor of All-American were Madison Breeland, Addisyn Briscoe, BriAnn Hutto, Julianna Jennings, Katie McAdams, Reese Owens, Graycie Troutman, Savannah Williams.
Sponsors -Teeya Thornton & Jordan Stelly
Eagle Eyes is a crime prevention and safety group on the MSS campus. The process for becoming a member of Eagle Eyes is an application process, with 3 teacher recommendations. These students are the eyes and ears of the campus, working to keep the school a safe and healthy environment for all students, staff, and faculty.
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the middle school level of the National Honor Society. This group is the premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. This is more than just an honor roll: NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship.
NJHS at Barbers Hill Middle School South
The Barbers Hill Middle School South NJHS follows the guidelines of the National Organization and the bylaws set by the local chapter.
To be eligible for membership at the Barbers Hill Middle School South chapter of NJHS, you must meet the following five specific standards.
Candidates must meet one of the following grading standards. Students enrolled in one PreAP class must obtain a cumulative average of 93.75 in their core classes. Students enrolled in two PreAP classes must obtain a cumulative average of 92.5 in their core classes. Student in three PreAP classes must obtain a cumulative average of 91.25 in their core classes, and those in four PreAP classes must obtain a 90 cumulative average in their core classes. Those enrolled in all regular education classes must obtain an overall 95 average in their core classes.
Students should show some evidence or interest in doing community service.
Character, Leadership, and Citizenship
Recommendations from your teachers and other evidence.
Sponsor - Kristin Hoffman
Sponsor - Melissa Farr
Our student council members and officers uphold the following Barbers Hill Middle School South Constitution.
Students are responsible for maintaining records of the points they earn each grading period. Use the following link to access copies of the calendar used to record points. Additional calendars are available in Mrs. Farr's room.
The '23-'24 Executive Committee Officers are:
Hudson Conrad - President
Cole Jackson - Vice President
Jahzara Davidson - Secretary
Nicholas Falcon - Treasurer
Peyton Bailey - Historian
Itzel Morfin - Public Relations Chairperson
Alexa Hall - Student/Teacher Appreciation Chairperson
Aiyanna Paxton - Community Service Chairperson
Sponsor - Diane Balogh
WHAT IS A JUNIOR THESPIAN?
§ A Thespian is an Actor.
§ A Junior Thespian is a theatre person in grades 6th- 8th who participates in and loves theatre.
§ As a troupe we celebrate theatre. If you enjoy acting and working behind the scenes, this organization is for you!
WHAT DO WE DO?
Junior Thespian Troupes are a part of the International Thespian Society (ITS). ITS is the only organization to honor middle school students for outstanding work in theatre. The Society focuses on students, their achievements and aims to provide access to quality theatre arts instruction. As a troupe we explore acting through theatre games, participate in theatre fundraisers, take part in service projects, and show dedication by attending shows in our theatrical community.
HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?
You do NOT have to be a member of Troupe to attend meetings. In fact, you actually earn points toward your membership by attending! Each students who wants to be involved will maintain a Jr. Thespian point sheet. When the student reaches 10 points, they are eligible to be inducted into the troupe. We hold one induction ceremony per year, in conjunction with our end of year banquet.
We meet Thursday mornings before school in Theatre room A223.
President- Colt Goerner
VP- Kaylynn Campbell
Secretary- Karys Kaderli
Publicity- Bryleah Collins
Hospitality- Reese Gatlin, Maci Johnson, Lexi Hauck
7th Grade Ambassadors- Kassia Garrie, Layla Aghajan
Seargent of Arms- Dayson Fleischman
Sponsor - Courtney Nunez
7th Grade/8th Grade Coach
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