Clubs & Activities

Middle School North



Kellie Rogers




Brandie Larson


L.I.F.T. Jr.


Karen Webb

Lift, Jr. is a non-denominational school organization that meets bimonthly to provide inspiration and encouragement to actively live in faith and truth. Any student or faculty member at BHMS North may attend.

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National Junior Honor Society

National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the middle school level of the National Honor Society. This group is the premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. This is more than just an honor roll: NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character and Citizenship.

NJHS at Barbers Hill Middle School North

The Barbers Hill Middle School North NJHS follows the guidelines of the National Organization and the bylaws set by the local chapter.

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To be eligible for membership at the Barbers Hill Middle School North chapter of NJHS, you must meet five specific standards.


Candidates must meet one of the following grading standards. Students enrolled in one PreAP class must obtain a cumulative average of 93.75. Students enrolled in two PreAP classes must obtain a cumulative average of 92.5. Student in three PreAP classes must obtain a cumulative average of 91.25 and those in four PreAP classes must obtain a 90 cumulative average. Those enrolled in all regular education classes must obtain an overall 95 average.


Students should show some evidence or interest to doing community service.

Character, Leadership and Citizenship

Recommendations from your teachers and other evidence.

If you have any questions about membership in the Barbers Hill Middle School NJHS, please contact Mrs. Hooks at

Select Academic Team


Students are invited to be members of the Select Academic Team (S.A.T.) as a result of their strong academic achievements on the SAT, ACT, or EXPLORE exams. To participate on the team, scores on those exam(s) had to be at or above the 98th percentile which places them in the top two percent of students in the United States.
The goals of the Select Academic Team are to provide academic enrichment activities to position these students to become National Merit Scholars, to obtain admission into the colleges of their choice, and to become competitive for college scholarships. As members of the Select Academic Team, students will have the opportunity to participate in annual academic summer activities and to meet regularly with an academic coach. Annual summer activities will include field-based experiences such as job shadowing, cultural and fine arts events, visits to college campuses, and opportunities to interact with experts in various fields.
Semi-monthly meetings with an academic coach are held before or after school during the school year. Activities for team members will be recommended to further knowledge in specific areas of interests and will help prepare students for mastering college entrance exams.


Student Council


Heaven Klaus


Science Club


Kathy Hayman





Tiffany Sherman