Clubs & Activities

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Our students partake in many fun clubs and service organizations on and off campus. The hard part is deciding what activities to do!

Archery

Coming soon! Learn the sport and recreational activity of archery with other students!

Backgammon Club

Join other students who enjoy playing this classic game. From beginners to advanced players, everyone is welcome to practice and gain new skills.

Bagpipes

Join other students who enjoy playing! From beginners to advanced players, everyone is welcome to practice and learn.

Campus Beautification

Join other students in keeping campus beautiful by decorating hallways for holidays and planting a student flower bed!

Girls Inc.

A club for female students to have an all female group to discuss topics and work on service projects.

Interact Club

Interact is a service club for youth ages 12 to 18 who want to connect with other young people and have fun while serving their communities and learning about the world. Clubs, which meet at least twice a month, are sponsored by local Rotary clubs. Interact clubs organize two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Members of sponsor Rotary clubs mentor Interactors as they carry out the projects and develop leadership skills. Learn more here.

Jefferson-Poe Debate Club

All students will participate in this debate club. Students are assigned to either the Jefferson or Poe side. The students will learn about debate through history and literature. The Debate Club teaches students how to thoroughly prepare for debates and respectfully discuss controversial issues by listening to opposing views.

Navy Club

Students will have meetings once a month with Naval officers, and the other three weeks play a Naval strategy board game. Special field trips to Naval museums will occur throughout the year.

SCA – Student Council Association

The Student Council Association (SCA) is comprised of student leaders who represent their fellow cadets and school. These student leaders contribute throughout the year to provide cadets a voice in their school, promote activities at MMA, and foster a sense of cooperation between cadets and faculty.

Web Page Design

Have you ever wanted to create your own webpage? If so, this club is right up your alley. Students will work each week to develop their own webpage.

Student in game room
Students in a meeting