The EMC (Eagle Mission Club) is a service organization that encourages students to view JCS, their hometown, and the rest of the world as a mission field. Our primary purpose is to share the love of Jesus with others, while cultivating a heart for service. The EMC is open to students in grades 9-12 and membership is a requirement for all participants of the spring break mission trips to Argentina, Kenya, and Nicaragua.
Interact is a service club for youth ages 14 to 18. Clubs benefit from sponsorship by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance. Interact has a membership of over 250,000 youth in more than 11,000 clubs worldwide. Interact clubs are self-governing and self supporting and can be either school or community based. Interact is a combination of the words international and action. With clubs in over 120 countries and geographical areas, Interact is truly an international phenomenon. Interacts’ global youth network is dedicated to community and international service. Every Interact club project, great or small, has a lasting impact on society worldwide. Brazil, India, the Philippians, and the United States boast the highest number of Interact clubs.
The Journalism Club is made up of several students who are in charge of putting the school yearbook together. All students in grades 9-12 are eligible to apply. Students are chosen based on their work ethic, responsibility, and creativity. The students sell business ads, take pictures, lay out pages, and edit the yearbook.
The Honors Math Club is an academic organization that recognizes and promotes scholarship in, and enjoyment and understanding of, mathematics among high school students at Jackson Christian School. Eligible students are 10th, 11th and 12th graders who have completed Algebra I and Geometry. To become a member, the student must have an overall math average of 92, with no less than 85 in any one semester in a math course. The student must have an overall class average of 90, with no less than an 80 in any non-math course in any one semester. Once a student becomes a member, he/she must maintain an overall class average of 80 and 85 in math classes.
The National Honor Society is an academic organization that recognizes and promotes the important qualities of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Eligible students are 11th and 12th graders who maintain an overall A (92.5) average. Also, new students will not be eligible until their third semester at JCS.
The Student Council is a group of high school students that serve as liaisons between the student body and the administration. This group is composed of the class officers of grades 6-12.