Junior High Activities
Extracurricular activities are an important part of building a true community atmosphere. Through clubs and sports, our students build character and become a more cohesive group. We offer a variety of activities to provide something for just about any interest and ability, and we invite all eligible students to get involved!
Join a Team
Mogollon Jr. High athletics teams compete in the White Mountain League with 10 other schools. We welcome your support, whether as a spectator in the stands or a member of one or more teams.
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
Students must have the following items on file with the office in order to participate in sports:
- Parent/Guardian permission
- Passing grades verification
- Permission to transport form
- Completed physical/health history form
- Permission to drug test form
- Proof of insurance
- Birth certificate
- Sports fee - $25.00 per sport with a $50.00 student cap and a $100.00 family cap. Families can pay high school white card/sports fees with tax credit.
Please view our athletics calendar for all of our upcoming games and events. For your convenience, you may also select and print out the available schedules from the list below.
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Join a Club
Looking for other ways to get involved? Join one of our academic or special interest clubs!
The science club lets students take advantage of unique opportunities to get involved with science-related service projects and back country outdoor skill development. Agencies such as the USDA Forest Service, Arizona Game and Fish, and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality work with the club on service projects and hands-on learning experiences.
We are fortunate to live in an area where we can enjoy a rural lifestyle and the beauties of nature. Mogollon 4-H Club is an information education program designed to teach students life skills. It involves people sharing, doing, and learning together through projects, events, and activities.
Enjoy the great winter weather in the White Mountains, and join us at the ski club. We’ll take three or four trips during the season. Students must have passing grades and good behavior to join us on one of our trips.