Summit Academy - Middle School - Activities / Clubs
Find your passion.
Whether it’s joining the National Junior Honor Society, the Art Club, or making a difference around school with Student Government, discovering one’s passions is part of the magic of life – and Summit wants to extend as many opportunities as possible. Check out these exciting clubs below!
We meet weekly with the purpose of exploring our creative sides with bigger, more specialized projects. We work creatively around the school, entering community art shows, making decorations for school events, and showing work at district functions. There is no fee to join, though students will be encouraged to donate rare supplies for our larger projects, including winter candy houses and duct tape clothing.
Japanese Culture Club
Started by students, this is a fun-loving group who enjoys all things from the great land of Japan. We get Japanese nicknames, learn about samurai and ninja, play Japanese card and board games, and watch lots of Japanese movies and cartoons.
This group focuses on leadership, event organization, and service in the school. Officers are expected to be active in the school and be examples of excellence in academics and behavior. We organize and run all spirit related events including Spirit Week, Penny Wars, and the Spirit Assembly. We plan and host school dances. We work durning after school events such as Parent/Teacher Conferences, Open-House nights, and the annual Parent Expo. Open positions may be filled in the fall by running a campaign and being voted on by the school populace.
National Junior Honor Society
We are devoted to creating student leaders through scholastic success and service-oriented endeavors. As a part of the National Junior Honors Society, students have the opportunity to develop friendships, learn leadership skills, and experience volunteer opportunities that will enlighten spirits. As a member of National Junior Honors Society students are committed to completing the following requirements each school year. Current members will have 56 hours of individual community service. New members will have 28 hours of community service. Students must maintain a 3.50 GPA. Participate in organization activities and projects such as the Christmas Service Project. Continue to demonstrate strong character at school and be a positive role model and representative of the Society.