Students looking for new opportunities at CJ can get easily involved by taking part in one or more of the 21 current clubs at school. The organizations range from a focus on academics, to leadership, to select interests.
"Having clubs gives all students the opportunity to be involved in something," said Greg Mueller, administrator. "Students can be in sports, performing arts, or clubs, and many choose to be involved in multiple activities."
A new club to CJ this year is the Red Cross Club. Brianna Gavin '17, who attended a Leadership Development Camp held by the American Red Cross over the summer break, came back to CJ with the idea to create this club.
Mueller said there are usually a couple new clubs each year at CJ. Last year, the juggling club was formed.
"It's exciting for students to create these club ideas, have ownership, and learn the process about having something approved," shared Mueller.
If students are interested in forming a new club, they are asked to see Mr. Mueller, have a proposal with the goal of the club, when they would meet, what they would do, and who the moderator would be. There will also be time for students to learn more about existing clubs at an event to be scheduled later in September.
"At CJ, we are about educating the whole person, and clubs help us do that," stated Mueller.
You can learn more about the current clubs at CJ by visiting the CJ clubs' homepage.
(Pictured above: members of Eagle Ambassadors)