• Clubs and Activities

  • Chess Club

    Sponsors:Miles Wilson
    Meeting Location: Thursdays from 4:30pm-6:00pm

    Information: Play and examine the intricacies of the game. Will begin October 10th.

  • 815 Student Ambassadors of Technology

    #815SAT Crew TShirts Sponsors: Jamarla Bess, Genine Bonaby, Keitha Alexander, Rodney Johnson
    Meeting Location: Lab E7

    Information: This club for Shiloh Middle School students supports the technology team by honing in their soft skills, application, web design, and help desk problem-solving via work-based activities assigned on meeting days. Our students will add a new component to their resume this year with becoming a journalist for the school. Students will produce a monthly newsletter from our student perspective for our community and stakeholders to learn more about the wonderful experiences of Shiloh Middle. Application for #815SAT

  • 8th Grade Events

    Sponsors: Brittany Bundren
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  • Basketball Pep Band

    Sponsors:Johnathan Ancell
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  • Dance Club

    Sponsors: Kiyana Kelly 
    Meeting Time: Wednesdays from 4:30pm-5:30pm beginning 9/11/2019
    Meeting Location: TBA
    Information: The Dance Club at Shiloh Middle will incorporate various styles of dance, including Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Contemporary, and African. Dancers will be required to wear all black and should bring their own ballet and Jazz slippers on the days that require. Cost of the Dance Club will be $30.00 per student and due by 1st practice on September 11th.

  • Distinguished Gentlemen League

    Thanksgiving Food Drive with DGL Sponsors: John Harvey
    Meeting Location: Media Center
    Information: This is a highly selective club requiring an essay, an application and a teacher recommendation. Participants learn about leadership, manners, as well as dressing-- and learning-- for success. Students have distinguished themselves in and out of the classroom, showing more confidence, making more positive choices, displaying appropriate behavior, and succeeding academically.

  • Drama Club

    Sponsor: Deirdre Palmore and Keitha Alexander
    Meeting Time: Every 2nd and 3rd Tuesday from 8:00am-8:55am
    Information: Drama club is where students rehearse and perform a scripted play. We play drama games, do dramatic scenes and perform in various events throughout the school year. Participants will be offered the chance to experience the excitement of imaginative play while developing poise, social skills, confidence and the ability to work with others. Dues are $10 for a T-shirt. Club will begin September 10th. 

  • Future Business Leaders of America

    Sponsor: TBA
    Meeting Location: TBA
    Information: Check back in August of 2019 for updated information.

  • Honors Orchestra

    Sponsors: Suzanne Pearson
    Meeting Time: Thursdays from 4:30pm-5:30pm

    Information: Honors orchestra is by audition for students looking to work on harder music outside of the regular orchestra class. There will be performing opportunities throughout the year. The cost to participate is $10 for a t-shirt.

  • Intellectual Ladies

    SponIntellectual Ladies in front of Shiloh MS sign sors: Shernita Spence, India Cornileus, Alec Perry
    Meeting Location: Staff Development Room
    Information: Consideration in this club requires an essay, an application, and a teacher recommendation. Participants learn about leadership, manners, as well as, dressing-- and learning-- for success. Students collaborate in and out of the classroom, showing more confidence, making more positive choices, displaying appropriate behavior, and succeeding academically.

  • Jr. HOSA

    Sponsors:Kristina Larkins
    Meeting Time: 1st and 4th Thursdays of the month from 4:30pm to 5:30pm
    Information: 
    Shiloh Middle School will provide an opportunity for leadership development, motivation, and recognition for those students interested in pursuing careers in health care. Our SMS Junior HOSA organization will embrace the mission of HOSA which is "to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of health science education students, therefore, helping HOSA members and advisors to meet the needs of the health care community." Students who join Junior HOSA must have a genuine interest in pursuing careers in health professions. HOSA is 100% health care!

    The $40.00 for dues must be paid all at once by Thursday, September 12, 2019.

  • Junior Beta

    National Junior Beta Shield Sponsors: Cindee Deveaux and Amy Judon
    Meeting Time: Thursday at 8:15am
    Information: The goal is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. This honor society and service organization is open to 7th and 8th students by invitation only. Students must have an 87% overall average and all E's and S's to participate. Meetings will begin September 10th. 

  • National History Day Competition

    Sponsors:Laura Bruster
    Meeting Time: 8:00am-8:50am on every Tuesday except the 4th Tuesday of the month
    Meeting Location:
     Bruster's classroom (A hall Room 4.134)

    Information: National History Day. It's more than a day, it's an Experience. To promote the study and appreciation of history among students. National History Day is a non-profit organization based in College Park, Maryland that operates an annual project-based contest for students in grades 6-12. Students will have the opportunity to build and create their own projects based on this year's topic: Breaking Barriers in History. Our regional competition will be March 9th at Clayton State University in Morrow, GA! Meetings begin September 3rd.

  • News Crew

    Video Broadcast Crew Sponsor: Genine Bonaby and Nicole Carrington
    Meeting Location: Media Center
    Information: Check back in August of 2019 for updated information.

  • Readers Rally

    Sponsors: Renita Hamilton-Edmondson
    Meeting Location: TBA
    InformationReaders Rally is a quiz bowl style reading competition for students in grades 4-12. It is for all readers, especially those interested in participating in the Readers Rally. The primary goal of the Readers Rally is to promote the love of reading. As a competition, all activities associated with Readers Rally, including book club meetings, team practices and the Rally event, should also promote the development of character, a positive attitude and a sense of responsibility and good citizenship. It is the purpose of Readers Rally to achieve this goal through fair play and good sportsmanship with adult leaders providing the example.

  • Relay for Life

    Sponsors: Ashley Brown-Lemley, Brittany Bundren, and Shernita Spence
    Meeting Location: TBA
    InformationStudents and staff help to promote volunteer-driven cancer fundraising activities to donate to the American Cancer Society.

  • Shiloh Ambassadors

    Sponsor: Shernita Spence
    Meeting Location: TBA
    InformationShiloh Ambassadors serve as role models in the areas of academic achievement and co-curricular involvement. Peer leaders have multiple responsibilities at Shiloh Middle such as helping with orientation for new students by giving tours and serving as student ambassadors for various school functions. The Peer Leader Club is currently open to 7th and 8th graders.  Membership includes a multi-step selection process.

  • Student Council

    Sponsors:Jacob Van Yush & Victoria Nash
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  • Technology Student Association

    Sponsor: Chimera Brew
    Meeting Location: Engineering Lab (Brew's Room across from Gym)
    Information: Check back in August of 2019 for updated information.

  • Young Artist Society (YAS)

    Sponsor: TJ Krooss, Katherine Alvey, Teresa Waterman, and India Cornileus
    Meeting Location: Krooss classroom (across from cafeteria)
    Information:  The Young Artist Society fosters personal growth, leadership, and opportunities in the Visual Arts by looking at modern day concerns and collaboratively developing solutions through project management and production. THE STUDENT IS THE CANVAS, CREATIVITY IS THE MEDIUM, AND CURRICULUM IS THE TOOL! 

    Students will receive applications at the September 10th meeting. We will accept a maximum number of 45 students. There will be a $45 fee which will be paid on My Payments Plus. The fee will include a Shiloh Messenger Bag, Acrylic Paint, and Paint Brushes. Our focus for the 2019-2020 school year will be on personal development through painting.

    This year the Young Artist Society will be participating in the PTSA Reflections Competition. The theme is "Look Within"!