• Extra-curricular clubs and activities are an important part of the life of the middle-school child. Membership in different clubs and organizations gives students the opportunity to develop skills in social interaction, to be creative, and to assume positions of responsibility. Marietta Middle School provides a wide variety of activities in which students may involve themselves. All students at Marietta Middle School are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities.

    Name of Club/Organization Brief Description of Mission/Purpose Name of Faculty Advisor(s)  


    Advanced Theatre course that prepares select students who are passionate about Musical Theatre and would like to grow in specific areas of musical theatre style dance, vocal, and acting performance.  This is an AUDITION ONLY course; students are allowed to sign up typically during the second semester and must prepare a song, monologue, and will be asked to learn a dance combination.  

    Kayce Grogan-Wallace


    Fellowship of Christian Athletes

    Allowing all students the opportunity to fellowship in their own ways while fostering understanding among diverse school populations and providing a safe environment for students to positively cope with the unique stresses of middle school academics, sports, and life.

    Robert Meaders

    National Junior Art Society

    Students advocate for Visual Arts by exploring a variety of art forms.

    Mary Northcutt


    Student Governance Team

    Students represent the school in various roles to enhance and improve school culture.

    Robert Meaders



    Create and publish Marietta Middle School's yearbook.

    Melina Barbuto


    National Junior Honor Society of Secondary Schools

    National Junior Honor Society of Secondary Schools’ (NJHS) purpose is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, to develop character, and to encourage good citizenship in students of secondary schools.

    Click NJHS for additional information.

    Mary Ellen Mayer