Extra Curricular Activities

The college seeks to help every individual student to develop his/her abilities, talents and personality to the fullest possible extent. As a step in this direction, the school enjoins all students to take part actively in its extra-curricular programme. There are more than 20 different clubs in the school. A student is expected to have membership in one of the club groups. Club members meet every week for about one hour (or more).

As much as possible, students are given an opportunity to choose their own clubs. Selection of clubs begins in September. Students are allowed to visit different clubs and then sign-up for the club they are interested in. Students are made to complete a selection pro forma on which they indicate their preferences.

As part of its overall curriculum, JMC organizes ‘Club Fair’ within the first one week of resumption of every new academic session. The purpose of this fair is to bring to the notice of our first year students, the many clubs available on the campus. The clubs which are all sponsored and promoted by the school management are structured and designed to make JMC a home away from home, and to ease the stress of academic pressure that seems to threaten especially new students. Thus getting involved in extracurricular activities can provide the much needed break from class and the rigorous academic exercises. Clubs afford students the opportunity to discover their talents and skills and follow them with passion. The clubs are grouped under academic and non-academic.

Academic Clubs

Aims and Objectives

  • Identify the creative writing talents and abilities of members of the club.
  • Promote learners’ engagement of reading, writing, speaking and representational skills and abilities through listening, talks, discussion and writing with regard to identified themes.
  • Harness the above objectives through display of work at designated school notice boards; in the school newsletter and at additional coaching sessions in the school library.
  • Promote creative writing through discussion, display, audio-visual material and competition.
  • Promote learners’ English language communication skills and achievement, particularly with regard to, although not exclusively, those who have been identified as gifted and talented in the subject of English.

Aims and Objectives

  • To impart on students the basic rules of debate and qualities of a good debater.
  • To give tutorials to learners on how to present a good speech and preparation of note cards.
  • Inter-class debates shall be organized each term to prepare students for inter-school debate.
  • Excursion to Radio/TV stations to acquaint students with the art of news presentation and broadcasting.
  • Organize talk shows to expose the students to the art of making public speech.

MOTTO: Thinkers and Shapers

MISSION: To create a community of students with a common interest in Mathematics through mathematical competitions and other learning circles.

Aims and Objectives

  • To create an easy learning concept of Mathematics.
  • Develop techniques for critical thinking.
  • Learning Mathematics in creative and innovate ways.
  •  To encourage the study and appreciation of Mathematics.
  •  Keep students ahead of their peers and learn how to solve difficult Mathematics problem.
  • Identify gifted and talented students in Mathematics and prepare them for the Cowbell Mathematics Competition.
  • To deepen the knowledge of students in Mathematics generally.
  • To demonstrate to learners that Mathematics is not abstract but logical.

Aims and Objectives:

  • Use of French in laboratory and oral communication.
  • Excursion to Alliance Française, Port Harcourt.
  • Organize interactive session on French Day.
  • Sing the Nigerian National Anthem in French.
  • Chart reading in French.
  • La Francophone.

The Junior Engineers, Technicians and Scientists (JETS) club is an affiliate of the federal and state ministries of education. The club is set up to help students appreciate the impact of technological and scientific development on the overall well being of the nation.

MOTTO: Invention: our supreme task.

Aims and Objectives:

  • To produce young engineers, technicians and scientists who are able to deal with local technological and scientific issues.
  • To analyse and proffer solutions to underlying environmental problems from a range of scientific and technological perspectives.
  • To serve as a platform where students apply theory learnt in science subjects for the production of tangible goods.
  • To create a forum for scientifically inclined students to share knowledge and ideas (through tutorials) especially in key science subjects like: Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, 59 Chemistry and Biology.
  • To teach practical skills to students in soap making, perfumes, and cosmetics.

Aims and Objectives:

  • Encourage students to explore and study the English language.
  • Help students to learn how to spell quickly and with accuracy.
  • Build and improve students’ vocabulary.
  • Promote students’ knowledge of proper word usage.
  • Encourage students to strive for excellence in spelling and reading.
  • Organize spelling and reading competitions among students in an atmosphere of fun and friendship.

Aims and Objecves

  • Create a social media.
  • Create programmes that can access other programmes.
  • Programme mini-computers.
  • Create and design websites.
  • Making games.
  • Learn how to fix computers.
  • Learn how to troubleshoot.
  • Prepare students to enroll into IT Academy (Micro-so Academy).

Non-academic Clubs include

Music club trains her members in all form of musical performances and provide in-school and out-of-school me access to music for the students.

Vision: “Music: The epithet of intellect, discipline, emotions and expressions”.

Mission: “Producing musical maestros of tomorrow”. Aims i. To train students in musical concepts. ii. To instill in the students the sense of musical arrangement and song wring. 63 iii. To train students in sight reading of musical notes and chords in solfa and staff notations.


  • To form several ensemble for performance.
  • A 30-man ensemble.
  • A string quartet.

Aims and Objecves

  • To inculcate discipline in students.
  • To promote best pracces in our society.
  • To restore the dignity of the human person.
  • To help prevent cases of examinaon malpracce in the school by reporting culprits to the school authority.
  • To raise awareness about sexual perversions like, homosexuality and lesbianism in the school.
  • To report cases of the and those caught in the act to appropriate authority. vii. To preach against the culture of bullying in the school.

Aims and Objecves:

  • To train and rehearse students for dance performance during school’s special events.
  • Organize dance classes for students.

Racket/Basketball club comprises of different sports such as, football, volleyball, basketball, badminton, lawn-tennis and table-tennis.


  • To foster the passion for a healthy lifestyle and a sense of an appropriate work-life balance.
  • Passion to succeed in sporng acvies.
  • To display competence in sports.
  • To have a sense of camaraderie through parcipaon in sport acvies. Objecves:
  • Regular and systemac pracce in different sport acvies in the school.
  • Parcipaon in annual inter-house sports compeons
  • Peer and staff mentoring in the teaching and learning of sports acvies

Aims and Objecves

  • To teach students how to play chess game.
  • To train students on strategies in dealing with challenging situaons in life through skills learned from the game.
  • To make students learn the art of focusing by constructive engagement of their hands, hearts and heads.
  • To organize compeons among members.


To inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all mes all forms of humanitarian activities, with a view to preventing and alleviating human suffering, thereby, contributing to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and peace in the world.

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide First Aid to accident victims and parents suffering from allergies.
  • To train and orientate our members on disaster management.
  • To educate students on ‘Safety Tips’ during mes of disaster.

Aims and Objectives

  • To discover and develop creative skills in students.
  • To impart in the students the basics of art and photography.
  • To guide students in developing skills in taking still and moon pictures.
  • Excursions to museums, galleries, photographic studios and laboratories, and the department of Fine and Applied Arts of some universities.
  • To develop entrepreneurial skills in art and photography by taking pictures and videos of events and activies in the school.
  • Historical development of photography.
  • To teach students how to use beads to create pictures.
  • Drawing and shading of objects.

Mission: To identify acting and dance skills among students.

Aims and Objectives

  • To discover and develop creative skills in students.
  • To teach students the basics of drama, language and culture.
  • To help students develop interest in the areas of art and theatre.
  • To help the students appreciate extra-curricular activies.

Aims and Objectives

  • Horticultural design of the proposed picnic center in the school by using flowers to spell JMC.
  • Cultivation of ornamental trees and shrubs around the center.
  • Cultivation of food crops like yam, cassava and maize in the young farmers’ farm.
  • Excursion to Agricultural Research Center at Umudike.

Aims and Objectives

  • To identify the needs of students.
  • To identify skills in cooking and weaving of fabrics.
  • To groom young people to be financially independent
  • Satisfy the identified needs of the students by teaching them good house-keeping skills.
  • Teach the students practical cookery tasks and weaving of fabrics.
  • Teach financial literacy for the management of the home.
  • Demonstrate how to launder and store clothes.
  • Food processing and preservation.