Student Life

Clubs and Organizations

There is a place for EVERY student at Prep to get INVOLVED and EXPLORE what they are passionate about.

Prep offers student-run organizations that enrich student life and gives anyone an opportunity to be a LEADER.

Senior High Co- Curricular

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  • Asian Club

    This club is open to every student who is interested in learning about Asian cultures, especially China. Members eat out often in different area restaurants to experience different cuisines, such as Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, etc. There is also an Asian movie day. The highlight of the year will be a trip visiting countries in Asia, such as China, Japan, Taiwan, etc. The club meets the first Tuesday of each month in Room 119.
  • Broadcasting Club

    This club teaches the basics of radio broadcasting to interested students who then have the opportunity to participate in live radio broadcasts of selected junior varsity football games and basketball games.
  • Chess Club

    Come play chess. Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned veteran, the Jackson Prep Chess Club welcomes you to come and play. Learn from some of the best players in the state: our competitive team has won six consecutive state championships. Have fun in a friendly and competitive environment, while sharpening your wits over the chessboard. The Chess Club meets in Room 125 during activity period.
  • Community Service Club

    This student-led club is at the forefront of Prep communit service activity. Students who join commit to a minimum of thirty hours of community service during the year. The club also plans specific off-campus service activities for its members.
  • Culinary Club

  • Debate Team

    As members of the Debate Team, students develop skills in reasoning, logic, writing, and public speaking while traveling to numerous parts of the state, meeting students from other schools and winning trophies at tournaments throughout the year. Meeting times are communicated through daily announcements.
  • Drama Club

    The purpose of the Drama Club is to promote acting and performing in the community on a professional level. The Club participates in the One Act Festival in Starkville in December. Meetings are held in Room 110. Field trips, speakers, and community service projects have been planned.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    The Prep FCA chapter exists to build a community of students that can encourage one another in their school activities and sports to glorify God in everything they do. Meetings are open to all Prep students. The chapter plans specific service projects during the year.
  • Fiber Arts

  • Film Club

  • French Club

    Learn about the French culture in a relaxed atmosphere outside of the classroom. The highlight of the year will be the trip to Canada (Montreal and Quebec) during their winter carnival. 
  • Junior Classical League

    The JCL promotes the classics at Prep and is open to all students interested in the classics.  Some of the favorite activities are the JCL Convention, World Language Week, and trips to Keifers's.
  • Mock Trial

    Mock Trial students assume the roles of attorneys and witnesses in simulated trials. Two teams of 8 are coached by local attorneys. MT is organized in November. There will be competition with teams from area schools in January. Winning teams proceed.
  • Patriot League

    This is a select group of 10-12 grade students who serve as ambassadors for Prep, helping with Admission Office events such as "Prep Preview" in the fall and "You Are Prep" in the spring. There is an application process.
  • Prep Players

  • Quiz Bowl

    Quiz Bowl is an academic competition team that includes all academic subjects in high school and college, as well as pop culture, sports, music, and movies. All students are welcome to watch or to play. Students are selected for the tournament travel team based on practice competitions. 
  • Spanish Club

    Enjoy the cultural aspects of learning Spanish in a relaxed atmosphere outside the classroom. Activities include holiday focuses, service projects with the local Hispanic community, and planning for annual World Language Emphasis Week. Any current or past Spanish student may participate.
  • Tech Crew

    There is a need for students who are interested in assisting with the sound, lighting and stage operations for the new Centre for Arts and Leadership. No prior experience is necessary. 
  • The Robotics Team

    The Robotics team aims to enhance a student's ability and interest in engineering and technology use. We do this primarily by design, building, and programming fully functional robots to compete in the First Tech Challenge competitions.
  • United Student Union

  • Young Life

  • Youth Leg

    YL is a simulation of the MS State Legislature in which students assume the roles of legislators, lobbyists, and members of the press. Students propose bills and work to pass legislation. The event is held in downtown Jackson in November, and students are invited to participate. Students apply by proposing bill topics.

Junior High Co- Curricular

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  • Art Club

    Open to 9th grade students enrolled in Art I
  • Book & Reading Club

  • Broadcasting Club

  • Community Service

    Community Service opportunities abound for junior high students to become involved in the community.  JH students may participate in community service activities on and off campus.   Sixth through eighth graders should record their service hours on "Log Sheets" found on the Community Service page of the Jackson Prep website.  Ninth graders log their hours on x2Vol.   For more information, visit

    Kelly Headley serves as the Director of Community Service at Jackson Prep.  Contact Mrs. Headley via email at
  • Debate Club

    Open for 9th grade students
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes

  • Fiber Arts

  • French Club

  • Growing Writers

  • Junior Classical League

  • Latin Club

    Open to 8th and 9th grade students enrolled in Latin I or Spanish I
  • Mathcounts

  • Pep Squad

  • Quiz Bowl

  • Robotics

  • Science Bowl

  • Spanish Club

    Open to 8th and 9th grade students enrolled in Spanish I
  • Student Council

  • "Unite" Bible Study

    Open to all students. Students will sign up for Bible Study and meet the small group leaders.
  • Youth Legislature

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