Jeffersonville High School offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities to help students develop skills and interests in non-academic as well as academic areas. No person shall, on the basis of sex, race, religion, or national origin, be excluded from participation. The principal, assistant principal, or Dean of Students may exclude a student from participation if his/her conduct is recognized as being unacceptable.
Transportation: It is the parent’s responsibility to provide transportation home for students participating in after-school activities. Students should be picked up promptly at the times indicated by the sponsor or coach.
Jeffersonville High School has state-of-the-art sports facilities and many competitive athletic programs, which have brought home many state championships.
Available programs include football, basketball, swimming, baseball, wrestling, tennis, golf, soccer, volleyball, track and more.
Click the link below to learn more.
Greater Clark’s broadcasting programs provide opportunities to learn more about careers in that field as well as develop technical skills. However, students learn so much more.
Check out this video to learn more about the program.
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Watch: Cable TV Channel 184
Jeffersonville High School has many band ensembles, including marching band, pep band, concert band, wind symphony, guard and more.
For more information, visit their website at the link below.
Jeffersonville High School’s theater program strives to create a learning environment that will enable each student to discover their individual unique gifts and talents. The program works to enhance and expand on those talents, ensuring each student is college, career and life ready.
Click the link below to learn more about the program as well as upcoming productions.
The JHS Air Force JROTC program is a citizenship course designed to “develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.” The curriculum consists of Aerospace Studies, Leadership Principles, and Health and Wellness. In addition, students choosing to join the military services after graduation may join at a higher pay grade with a certificate of completion from the JROTC instructor. Students may also compete for college ROTC scholarships.
There are many co-curricular and extra-curricular clubs and activities offered for students. Please ask your counselor for more information. A few examples are listed below:
- Student Council
Academic Requirements (based on grades received at the end of each nine-week grading period)
1. A student must pass all subjects to participate in an interscholastic competition.
2. A student not passing all subjects is on academic probation. While on probation, the student may not compete in interscholastic competition. The probationary period lasts three weeks. If at the end of that time the student is passing the subject he/she failed, probation will be lifted.
3. Initial eligibility for fall sports is dependent on a 7th & 8th-grade student’s grades from the last grading period (4th nine-week grading period) of the previous school year.
1. Students must be present the equivalent of three class periods (135 minutes) of the school day to participate in an extracurricular activity that day.
2. Being tardy to school or absent the day after an extracurricular activity is unacceptable.
3. Any student who wishes to participate in athletics must have on file with the school the required insurance, physical, and cardiovascular forms. These forms must be on file prior to trying out, practicing, or playing in any interscholastic competition and are only valid from April 1st of the previous school year to April 30th of the current school year.