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We are proud to offer a variety of clubs and activities for students at Jones Magnet Middle School.  If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please contact the club sponsor by email or phone for all essential information and meeting times.

*If you are interested in starting a new club at Jones Magnet Middle School, please make an appointment to discuss your thoughts with the school principal, Dr. Bowling

4HIM (Rebecca Felix & Debra Tominack)
The 4 HIM Club is a prayer group that was started by a former Jones Student.  We are called 4 HIM because we are showing others that we would like to acknowledge God in our school. 



BAND (Amy Fatek)
Band is offered as an elective class for 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students.  Instruments taught are:  flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, baritone horn, trombone, tuba and percussion.  


The Battle of the Books Club participates in a reading competition sponsored by the Hampton Public Library.  Students read 15 books and compete against other middle schools by answering trivia questions about the books they have read.

Meets once a month during lunch.  Please see Ms. Bender to get a pass in your agenda.


CHORUS  (Melissa Tussing)
Students will study a variety of selections and genres in unison, two and three parts to be sung in two major concerts, a winter concert and a spring concert.  Concert performance is mandatory.


CHROME (Nevre Brooker & Poketha Ruffin)
CHROME is a Hampton Roads organization established to promote a lifelong interest in Math, Science and Engineering among minorities and female students.


CITY 2 CITY CLUB (Serene Cherian)

Students converse with students from other countries. The club includes an electronic pen pal exchange program with themes for each month such as social gatherings, food, family, etc. The club meets after school on the first Wednesday of every month.

DRAMA CLUB  (Hannah Fairbee)
Students interested in performing plays, designing costumes, and assisting with set design are encouraged to participate. The first meeting will be Wednesday, September 27th from 4-4:45 in Room #230.  Participants cannot miss more than 2 meetings a month.  



The Future Educators Club is designed to provide interested students with opportunities to explore the teaching profession.


GENTLEMEN’S CLUB (Anthony Wardrett)
“Achievement Begins With Believing in Oneself”
The Gentlemen’s Club was formed to afford young men alternatives to achieve success in both the community and school. It allows them to realize the need for our future leaders to be men of character, discipline, well-rounded background in academic pursuits and examples in all aspects of life.

Meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month at 8 am in the library.



The National Junior Society is an organization that recognizes students for excellence in scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and character.  Students are offered an opportunity to be inducted into the society after the 3rd nine weeks of their seventh grade year.


SCIENCE (Astronomy) CLUB:  (Sara Clemmer, Curtis Blauch & Susan Booth)
The Environment / Astronomy Club will promote scientific reasoning and learning, hands-on science, community involvement, and good environmental practices.  
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 4-5 pm (unless otherwise noted).  Download the Permission Slip 


The SCA is composed of a slate of elected officers and representatives and alternates from each home base and serves as student government for the school.


YOUNG LADIES’CLUB  (Edwina Harvey-SImmons)
Girls Moving Towards a Brighter Future”
All interested female students are welcome to join the Jones Young Ladies Club.  The club will focus on etiquette, hygiene, appearance, self-esteem, healthy relationships, positive attitudes, community service, and preparation for higher education.

Meets the 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month at 8am in the library.