TJ Activity Meetings Days, Times, and Locations
Date, Time, Location
What to expect
meet 1st and 3rd Wednesdays after school
"EN PLUS" French club and honor Society.
1st and 3rd Wednesdays after school
CAS=Creativity, Activity, Service
A brilliant IB way to get involved in your community and structure your own life!
2nd lunch, Room 111
The Key Club does community service projects - trash pick up outside of the school, or help teachers clean their rooms. Affiliated with Kiwanis Club of Richmond that we partner with to run a water station at the Richmond Marathon or pass out presents at the Christmas Party at Richmond Children's Hospital.
Meets one day before home games
The Pep Club provides excitement, support and school spirit by
•Making colorful and attractive banners/posters to promote weekly events
•Providing support during PEP RALLIES
•Determining “ Theme Based” games apparel
•Attend home games and away games (when transportation can be provided) wearing your PEP CLUB t-shirt.
The National Honor Society
2nd lunch (odd days) in room 117
After the first semester ends in January, juniors and seniors recommended by guidance with a GPA of 3.5 or better receive a letter to pick up an application packet by a certain date. List your community service. A National Honor Society induction ceremony follows. Check for NHS scholarships at: https://www.nhs.us
Third Wednesday of every month starting in February in Room 222
The BETA CLUB is focused on leadership and is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors by invitation. Members must have: (a) worthy, moral and ethical character; (b) exemplary achievement, and commendable attitude. No grades lower than a B.
Senior Class Officers and Council
Mrs. Alexander- Taylor & or Mrs. D. Cheatham
2nd and 4th Tuesday, 1st lunch in Room 126
The Senior Class Officers and Council plan the calendar of events for the year, discuss issues that concern the Senior Class such as prom planning, community service, senior class fundraising and senior fun activities.
Wednesdays after school in the 3rd floor math room
In the Robotics club we code, design, build and compete!
Mr. Bismark Agbemble
The Student Ambassadors Senate Program represents our school as an student advisory committee to the student body and administration. We expose TJHS students to new opportunities, community service projects, and build professional leadership skills as young leaders in the 21st century. We help with tours, planning events, opportunities and engagement.
Mr. Bismark Agbemble
Last Wednesday of every month from 3:01 to 5:30pm in Room 226
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high school and colleges around the globe. For students with career interests in marketing, entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality and management.
SNaCC- (School Nutrition and Cooking Club)
Mr. White Look for announcements The School Nutrition and Cooking Club has snacks!
Future Business Leaders of America
Mrs. Kim Harvey 2nd Wednesday of each month in Room 224 Join the Future Business Leader of America to prepare for careers in business. It is the largest student business organization in the world with a quarter of a million members. FBLA prepares students for "real-world" professional experiences by strengthening your communication and leadership skills. Scholarships at: http://www.vafbla-pbl.org
Mr. Stuart Harnsberger Meets Wednesdays after school. Wear a smock! In Art club we let our creative sides rule!
Ms. Gustavson Look for announcements. Planning to meet in room 205
Snapchat is temporary, but Yearbooks are forever!!
Develop your editorial, journalism and design skills.
Student Council Association
after school from 3-4:30pm Rm 114
January 8 & 22
February 5 & 19
March 5 & 19
April 9 & 23
May 7 & 21
All students at "Tee-Jay" are eligible to be members of the Student Council Association. Student government activities include but are not limited to student/teacher/administration relations, social, fundraising, and charitable events.