Middle school is not too early to start developing skills and exploring leadership opportunities – with the added benefit of being part of a team and making close friends. Find your school below to see where you can get involved! If you don’t see your school listed, contact your guidance counselor for clubs and ideas.


Middle Schools Ways to Lead/Get Involved
Balboa Middle School Environmental Horticulture, ASB
Blackstock Jr. High School Tri-Counties Leadership Academies, AVID
Camarillo Academy of Progressive Education Jr. Optimist Program
Colina Middle School ASB, CJSF, GATE
De Anza Middle School AVID, leadership class
Fillmore Middle School FFA
Frank Intermediate School ASB, AVID, Yearbook
Fremont Intermediate School Student Govt., TA
Haydock Intermediate School ASB, AVID, Yearbook
Las Colinas Middle School ASB
Los Cerritos Middle School ASB, PTSA (students)
Monte Vista Middle School ASB, Jr. Optimist Program, Peer tutoring
Oak Park Independent School ASB, Yearbook, Community Service
Ocean View Jr. High School ASB, Peer Counseling
Phoenix Workability Program
Sequoia Middle School Student Govt. class, projects
Sinaloa Middle School Leadership class
Sycamore Canyon School JA, Rotary supported, ASB
University Charter Middle School Student Leadership
Valley View Middle School Builders Club, NJHS
ASB—Associated Student Body (Student Govt.) AVID—Advancement Via Individual Determination
CJSF—California Junior Scholarship Federation FFA—Future Farmers of America
GATE—Gifted and Talented Education NJHS—National Jr. Honors Society
PTSA-Parent-Teacher-Student Association TA—Teaching Assistant

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