Clubs and Activities

Check out all the clubs and other activities for students to get involved in at Ridgeview STEM Junior High!


JAM (Jesus and Me)

JAM will be starting Friday, September 15th and meeting every first and third Friday after school in Room 109, 2:15 – 3PM.   Students must have transportation at 3:00.   All students who wish may attend and have the opportunity to fellowship with other students, share their faith as well as prayer requests in a casual, friendly atmosphere.

Point of contact:  jennifer


LGBT & Allies Club will be meeting on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays beginning October 4th.

All are welcome.

Point of contact:

Power of the Pen

Are you interested in:

*writing creative stories?
*explaining yourself in written form?
*competing with peers?
*becoming a stronger writer?


You may be interested in Power of the Pen Team at RJHS.  This is a club for 7th & 8th graders meeting on Tuesdays, beginning October 31st, from 2:15- 3Pm (students must have a ride at 3pm; no transportation is provided).  If you are interested, or for more information, you may contact the advisor,

Coding Club

Hosted by Automation & Robotics teacher, Mr. Hartley- COMING SOON.

Watch this site for more information.

Point of contact:

Book Club

Held as announced by Media Specialist, Mrs. Kissell, this group reads and shares about books they have read.

Point of contact:

Inter Act Club

A student version of the Rotary.  Coming soon.  Watch this site for more details.


Robotics Club

About: The robotics team at Ridgeview is a new club created to offer students the chance to create and code a robot that will compete with and against other schools in Ohio. We hope to give students an experience that will lead them to join the robotics team at the high school.

Advisors: Mr. Ouimet (Computer Science), and Mr. Hartley (Automation and Robotics), & Nick Johnson (PHSC graduate and robotics team member)

Meet: We will meet in Mr. Hartley’s room (120) after school from 2:15 – 3:30 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. This will start Tues. Sept. 5.

Cost: $35 fee is charged to help offset the cost of supplies and competition at PHS Central in January (or other competitions if we qualify).