• Clubs and Activities

  • Honors Orchestra

    Sponsors: Thomas Pearson
    Meeting Time: To be announced

    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!

  • Men of Shiloh

    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.

  • Relay for Life

    Sponsors: 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.

  • Spanish Club: Sociedad Hispanica de Amistad

    Sponsors:  Claudia Wilde and Gerardo Serrano

    Meeting Time:  To be announced

    Information:  

  • Technology Student Association

    Sponsor: Chimera Brew
    Meeting Location: Engineering Lab (Brew's Room across from Gym)
    Information:

  • Young Artist Society (YAS)

    Sponsor: TJ Krooss, Katherine Alvey, 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!