After School Activities

Clubs, Organizations & Activities

Students are encouraged to participate in school activities and should check with their teachers, counselors, or administrators for information about joining a club or organization. Some of these activities include the following: National Junior Honor Society, Student Council, Art Club, Model UN, cheerleading, athletics, and various book clubs.


Link to PDF- Marshall Clubs 23-24

see link above titled "clubs, organizations, & activities"


For more information contact Assistant Principal Volrie at

Participation Guidelines

Students who wish to participate in school sponsored extracurricular activities must follow the rules listed below which govern participation. 

  1. A student must meet academic eligibility each nine weeks as set forth by the University Interscholastic League (UIL). 
  1. Some clubs and organizations have eligibility requirements such as: passing all classes, attendance above 90%, demonstrating effective citizenship skill, etc. 
  1. Students who violate the Student Code of Conduct may be excluded from extracurricular events.


National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)

The National Junior Honor Society is a student organization dedicated to service through scholarship, leadership, character, and citizenship. At Marshall, students apply for NJHS in the spring semester of sixth grade. NJHS members must maintain a 90 or higher non-weighted grade point average during their 7th and 8th-grade years. Our NJHS Chapter also votes for student officers and is student-led with faculty members serving as advisors. We have our induction ceremony in the late fall. As campus leaders, members are expected to attend meetings, serve on committees, and volunteer their time to improve both their community and school.