Clubs and Activities

Columbia Central Jr. High School
In addition to the clubs listed below, students also participate in band, choir, and athletics.

  • Boys/Girls Quest
    7th Grade boys and girls may participate in this after school physical fitness and enrichment program put on by the Jackson YMCA. This program offers training for a 5K run while offering personal/social developmental skills, team work, physical, relational, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development.
  • Builders' Club
    Students work with the Kiwanis organization on a variety of community service projects. Some of their projects include care packages for those serving in the military overseas, raising money and gift donations for Motts Children’s Hospital and events within the community.
  • Chess Club
    Experienced and beginning chess players play chess matches and participate in a tournament in the spring.
  • 4-H Club
    Students meet in coordination with 4-H and learn about raising animals and farming.
  • Most Teens Don't
    In partnership with Community Mental Health, the Substance Abuse Coalition and Henry Ford Allegiance Health our students create positive messages about resisting social pressures that lead to high risk behaviors. Students are involved to help youth understand that most teens don’t use drugs or alcohol.
  • National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)
    Columbia Central Jr. High School students are inducted into The National Junior Honor Society, the nation's premier organization, established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1929. Students are required to have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 for induction and maintain a 3.5 GPA.
  • Peer Mentoring
    Students mentor and befriend students at the elementary campus.
  • Student Council
    This student government organization is open to any student. Students plan projects that support educational activities and promote school spirit.
  • Theater Club
    Students try out for roles in the school play production in the spring.
  • Yearbook Club
    Students are invited to participate in creating the school yearbook. Students will work with media print, design and publication. This group meets afterschool periodically throughout the school year.