• Get Involved at AMMS


    Admiral Moorer Middle School is determined to bring meaningful ​student-based school organizations, consisting of administration-approved organizations functioning with myriad tasks, varying on the specific purpose of each respective club.  Below you find a listing of school's clubs and organizations as well as more information about each of them.

     
    Admiral Anime Club
    Grades: 6, 7, 8

    Academic Requirements: None

    Students must express an interest in Anime, Manga, and Japanese culture.  The Admiral Anime Club will hold weekly meeting after school until 4:30 where students will learn basic Japanese, discuss manga, and watch Anime.  Any student may attend but only members will be able to hold office and vote on what shows we watch.

     
    Choral Club
    Grades: 6,7,8

    Academic Requirements: Students must meet the minimum eligibility requirements to participate in events in which other schools have representation.

    Tryouts are required to demonstrate the ability to sing in tune. Singers must attend out-of-town contests. 6th Grade choral fees (which include materials, transportation, and registration for required choral events) are $35.00 plus a $20.00 choral shirt for a total of $55.00. Seventh and Eighth grade choral fees (which include materials, transportation, and registration for required choral events) are $35.00 plus a $50.00 choir outfit for a total of $85.00.

    ​Future Business Leaders of America
    Grades: 7, 8

    Academic Requirements: None

    Dues are $15.00 and are used support the activities of the club. Every member will receive a FBLA T-shirt.

    Responsibilities: Students should show an interest in participating and supporting various chapter activities such as civic activities, social events, and chapter meetings. FBLA provides a unique instructional method for applying the competence mastered. FBLA activities are an integral part of the instructional program. Participating in FBLA provides students with various opportunities to develop leadership skills, enhance occupational preparation, work as a team, strengthen critical-thinking skills, develop decision-making skills, and promote respect for the dignity of work.

     
    National Junior Honor Society
    Grades: 7,8

    Academic Requirements: Students are first eligible to join NJHS after completing the first semester of the seventh grade year. Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 90 or higher are academically eligible. Accelerated courses, with their more difficult content, are weighted by adding points to the student's average for that class. Students must also display excellent citizenship. Offenses will be investigated by the Faculty Council.


    Students who are academically eligible are invited to complete an application indicating their interest in and suitability for membership. The application will request information about the students adherence to high standards of conduct, willingness to participate, and service to the community (through school organizations, civic groups, church groups, or other means). Eighth grade students who did not qualify academically in seventh grade may apply to join at the spring induction in eighth grade if they have met the standards. Students who transferred from another school will be eligible to apply if they have been at AMMS for at least one full semester or recommended by their pervious principal. At the discretion of the Faculty Council, an additional fall induction may be held during a regularly scheduled NJHS meeting in cases where a proximate disciplinary infraction has kept academically qualified candidates from being inducted during the spring assembly if the student had demonstrated exemplary behavior during the remainder of the spring semester.


    Responsibilities: Members are expected to maintain academic and behavioral standards; pay nominal dues; attend monthly meetings; participate in service and fund-raising projects; participate in induction; and attend the annual banquet.

     
    ​Student Council
    Grades: 6,7,8


    Each student and teacher will be split into one of four houses, or groups. For each group, there will be a house leader (who will serve as a president of that house). Each house will be responsible for doing a service project throughout the year. Students will earn points for their houses from teachers for positive actions in the classroom, hallways, lunchroom, or anywhere on campus. Students will also earn points for their houses by maintaining high grades, demonstrating great citizenship and showing a positive change in behavior and/or grades. 

     
    Band
    Grades: 6,7,8

    Academic Requirements: Students must meet the minimum eligibility requirements to participate in events in which other schools have representation.

    Musical aptitude test are given to determine possibilities of success on specific instruments. Students must obtain an instrument. Band fees are $40.00 to include a shirt.

    Responsibilities: Attend concerts and competitions. Perform at PTO meetings and school assemblies.

     
    Drama - Moorer Theatrical Company
    Grade: 8

    Academic Requirements: None

    Student must have a desire to act. Audition will be held. The Drama sponsor will consult with administrators and seventh grade teachers concerning the conduct and dependability of all students auditioning. Participation fee is $15.00, which includes a T-shirt.

    Responsibilities: Participants will be required to attend after-school rehearsals and possibly Saturday rehearsals/workdays. Participants must be present for all performances.

     
    ​Multi-Cultural Club
    Grades: 7,8

    Academic Requirements: Maintain a "70" average.

    Must express an interest in becoming a positive role model.

    Responsibilities: Attend all meetings. Participate in workshops, seminars, and community activities that promote good citizenship. Support fund-raising projects and demonstrate good citizenship.

     
    ​Science Club
    Grades: 6,7,8

    Academic Requirements: Must maintain a "70" average.

    Members must have an interest in science.

    Responsibilities: Attend all meetings. Participate in workshops, seminars, and activities that promote the exploration and advancement of the various branches of science.

     
    ​Technology Student Association
    Grades: 7,8

    Academic requirements: Must maintain a "70" average.

    Members must have an interest in technology and must be a student or completer of Career Discoveries.


    Responsibilities: Attend all meetings. Participate in workshops, seminars, and community activities in technology education. Support fundraising projects. Demonstrate good citizenship.

     
    ​Yearbook Club
    Grade: 8

    Academic Requirements: Cumulative average of 80.


    Staff members are identified using criteria that includes discipline, grades, and teacher recommendations. The yearbook course will expose rising eighth grade students to a variety of career and technologies (photography, journalism, graphic design, and communications). The goal of the yearbook staff is to define stand record the school year in a poignant and provoking photographic historical record that creates lasting memories. Members of the yearbook will receive a credit for the course. Members are required to meet all requirements outlined in the yearbook application process. Participation involves attending ball games and other "outside school time" events to take pictures, conduct interviews, and sell yearbooks and other promotional items.