Pershing Clubs

  • Pershing offers a wide variety of clubs that meet both after school and as elective classes.  Participation in clubs is a great way for students to explore interests and identify future academic paths.

    Contacts:  Julie Bennett,
    The National Honor Society is one of the oldest and most respected, student organizations in the United States. Membership in the National Junior Honor Society distinguishes students who have committed themselves to the pursuit of academic excellence, community improvement, and personal development, creating a more well-rounded individual.
    Student Council
    Contact:  Dawn Harrison,
    Student Council introduces middle level students to the concepts and responsibilities that accompany public service. Councils can teach students the skills necessary to be effective leaders and give them experiences in applying the democratic processes found in our local, state, and federal governments. Participation in student council puts students into a situation where they are challenged to apply skills learned in the classroom to plan and carry out council activities and projects.  Student council leaders can serve as role models in and out of the classroom as they work to engage all members of the student body in positive activities and projects that promote service, civic engagement, and school spirit.