• All students interested in participating in a NMS club must complete the permission slip and receive parent/guardian approval before attending a meeting.


    NMS Clubs Permission Form


    Any club questions can be emailed to Ms. Beth Wylie

Club Name Sponsor Contact Description Day and Time
Academic Bowl Ms. Trinita Marshall Academic challenges and competions Wednesdays 4:05-4:55 pm Room 815
Junior Beta Club Mr. Karl Myrthil & Ms. Harriet Tuggle Nationally based honor/service club composed of 7th and 8th grade students who have an overall 88% grade average for the previous year. Monthly meetings, fall and spring service projects plus monthly Service Saturdays where members focus on cleaning up the NMS campus. Every other Tuesday 4:15-4:55 pm Room 918
Newspaper Club Ms. Denna Warrayat Students work together to produce a Northwestern Newspaper each month. Some sections may include the following: interviews, articles, trivia, opinion pieces, news. Thursdays 4:05-4:50 pm Room 626
Robotics Club Ms. Tara Romero more info to come Info meeting Thursday 8/24 Meetings on Wednesdays 4:05-5:00 pm
Student Council Ms. Paula Perque Student council is a leadership group which provides an opportunity for students to develop leadership skills by working together and planning events for the student body and community. Two Mondays a Month 4:05-5:00 pm Room 602
Engineering Club Mr. Everett McCoy The Engineering Club is a precursor to the development of a Technology Student Association (TSA) to enhance personal development, leadership and career opportunities in STEM. Tuesdays 4:05-4:45 pm Room 408
Kindness Club Dr. Cindy Vinson and Ms. Rachel LaGrone Promoting generosity, compassion for others, and a positive school culture through student-led service projects. All students who are interested in helping others are welcome. Every other Wednesday 4:15-5:00 pm Wildcat Den
Science Olympiad Ms. LaWanda Estes Ms.Leah Robinson Combining events from all science disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide cross section of students to get involved. Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on, group participation. Mondays 8:05-8:45 a.m. Room 702
Art Club Mr. Jason Novak Promotes imagination, creativity, and art production. Focus on materials and projects beyond regular art class. Fridays 8:20-8:40 pm Room 208
Model United Nations Mr. Dwayne Gregory MUN is ideal for students who have empathy for other people around them and the world. Solving problems such as hunger within a country, the proliferation of nuclear weapons, unequal treatment toward females, government corruption, and various cultural issues are some of the topics just to name a few. Students learn how to debate in a controlled environment with respect. Students write position papers, and students attend various local MUN Conferences at middle, high, and college campuses. Wednesdays 8:05-8:45 am Room 805
Sports Club Mr. Jeff Montgomery An opportunity for students of all grade levels to be active before the school day starts. Students will participate in a variety of games inside the gym. Monday and Wednesday 7:45-8:45 a.m. in the gym
Run Club Mr. Joey Brock Join Mr. Brock for an after-school run Monday and Tuesday Locker rooms in the 400 Hall 4:15-4:45 pm
Tennis Team Ms. Colleen Zeller- Front Office Fall semester only 7th and 8th grade teams Try out dates: September 25th, 26th, and 28th at 4:15 pm on the tennis courts Practices: October 3rd-19th Day TBD 4:15-5:15 Tournament October 21st
Garden/Environmental Club Dr. John Bartlett More info to come TBD Room 704
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Ms. Johndra Jordan Ms. Trinita Marshall FCA encourages wise choices, friendship, and a positive lifestyle. It is open to any student regardless of participating on an athletic team. FCA offers events and resources that speak directly to your life. Every Thursday 8-8:45 am NMS gym
Disc Golf Club Mr. Michael Brinker Enjoy a game of disc golf with friends after school. TBD Room 601
Enhanced Algebra Study Club Ms. Stacy Gordon invites all students who are currently taking Enhanced Algebra Concepts & Connections. We will work on helping each other master the standards and make interactive studying supports. Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:05-4:45 pm Room 814
Always a Hawk Ms. Jennifer Rindt Former students of Hembree Springs Elementary who would like to reconnect. 2nd Friday 8:10-8:40 a.m. Room 906
Guardians of the Library Ms. Alison Tripp group of students who help keep the library running. Tasks include: reshelving books, organizing game and maker space materials, watering plants, feeding fish WILL REQUIRE AN APPLICATION TO PARTICIPATE Every morning- different days for each group of students Media Center
Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Ms. Alison Tripp competitive reading team, members will read five-ten chapter books and compete in a State wide competition TBD- More info in media center AM and Lunch
Latin Club (Junior Classical League) Mr. William Hunter a chance for Latin students to gather and enjoy activities together, from movie screenings to gladiator contests. We are a chapter of both the National and Georgia Junior Classical League (JCL) along with Milton HS in order to participate in state-wide and nation-wide events such as Fall Forum and State Convention. Dues are $30 and include a tshirt, fees for national contests, and chapter dues for both the state and national JCL. 1st Wednesday of the month 4:05 pm Room 125
Pickle Ball Club Ms. Colleen Zeller Enjoy learning/playing pickle ball with friends! Wednesdays starting 9/13 Tennis Courts 4:10-5:15
Chess Club Ms. Alison Tripp Come enjoy your morning a play a game of chess with your friends! Wednesdays 8:05-8:50 am