CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
NJHS is an international middle school organization that prepares students for leadership and lifelong success. Applicants into NJHS must reach the standards in leadership, citizenship, character, service and scholarship. Click here for the NJHS Constitution.
Meets monthly on 2nd Thu. at 400 - 530 pm
Contact: Ms. Blews
Join the club that invented the term "subtractiplication"... more commonly known as division. Think about it. Then smile. Then join.
Meets every Thursday, 835 - 920am, Room 174
Contact Ms. Falk
World Lang. Academic Team
Learn how language and culture deeply influence all aspects of our society, from ancient Greek and Latin to modern Spanish and Chinese. There might be a little English too.
Contact: Ms. Flesh
Students Working Against Tobacco
S.W.A.T. is Florida’s statewide youth organization working to mobilize, educate, and equip Florida youth to revolt against and de-glamorize Big Tobacco. It is focused on prevention of tobacco use and addiction in local schools and communities.
Meets on Thursdays
Contact: Ms. Ingraham
Become part of a club who are deeply concerned about our most precious resources: clean water and air. Find out what part you can play to preserve today's environment for generations to come.
Meets every day, 845 - 920am
Contact Ms. Faerber
Master the most important communications skill: constructing a clear and persuasive point of view. Debate skills extend to any academic endeavor from science to math to social studies. Do you have what it takes?
Meets Mondays 400 - 530pm
Contact: Mr. Muniz
If you want to see a better IRMS, be a part of the team that is creating change every day. The Student Council plays a vital role in shaping the everyday student experiences at Indian Ridge. Get involved!
First Meeting: 9/21 at 4:05 - 4:45 | Room 131
Contact: Ms. Blews
If you are interested in the future, then get involved in our Science, Technology, Electronics, and Math club. Learn how and why things work, and discover your passion.
Meets on Tuesdays (but not every Tuesday) at 400pm. Check the schedule.
**REGISTRATION FORM AND DUES REQUIRED**
Contact Ms. Kannal.
Become part of a rhythmic dance crew who not only invent new moves, but make their own music through the soles of their shoes.
Contact Ms. Moise
Youth Crime Watch
Crime prevention starts with a vigilant community. This club is focused on making sure on-campus crime stops before it starts. As Ben Franklin said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
For those students interested in a career in teaching, learn how you can become the next Mr. Gurtov or Mrs. Brosz. Few careers are as rewarding or important to society than educating our nations' youth.
Contact: Ms. Enders