Extra-Curricular Activity Opportunities

Athletic Director Minerva

Tyler Truax

Sports Program

Athletic Director Johnsburg

Zach Pierson 

Fall Sports

Winter Sports

Spring Sports



BV -  Zachary Pierson

   Peter Olesheski - Volunteer
   Rob Wind - Volunteer

GV - Joe San Antonio 
   Aileen  Stevens Assistant

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GM - Charlize Bernard &Aileen Stevens

Cross Country


V - Matt Brown & Tyler Truax

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Elementary  Soccer - Grades 4-6




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Elementary Basketball - Grades 4-6


Baseball / Softball


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Youth League Baseball

Community Sponsored



Performing Arts

Vocal Music

Advisor:  Katherine Smith

Instrumental Music

Advisor:  Katherine Smith

Drama Club

Advisor:  Katherine Smith

MCS has a full vocal music program involving grades Pre K – 12. Throughout the year we hold 2 formal concerts, one during the winter holidays in December and one in the Spring. There are several opportunities for choral students to perform throughout the year such as graduation and the local Christmas Bazaar.

7th Grade Guitars


Through the MCS Drama Club, students participate in the bi-annual school play and on opposite years a talent show.



National Honor Society

Advisors: Bruce Hodgson and Sherry Galkiwicz

Student Council

Advisors:  Deb Taylor and Molly Rascoe

Youth and Government

Advisor:  Bethanie Natalie

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories, which consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character.

Students in grades 7-12 are encouraged to participate in our student government program.

YMCA Youth and Government (Y&G), also known as YMCA Youth In Government or YMCA Model Legislature and Court (MLC), is a YMCA program in the United States that allows high school students to serve in model governments at the local, state, national, and international levels.



Yearbook - The Emerald

Adviser: Katherine Smith

The Ember -Student Magazine

Adviser: Harold Caldwell


 Team Competitions

Odyssey of the Mind


Elizabeth Lucas - Grades 9-12
Heather Lynn - Grades 6-8


North Country Quiz Bowl

Adviser: Robert Kirker

Creative Problem Solving develops skills in young people that help them thrive in our technical world.





Started in 1987, the PSAB is a quiz bowl that provides a chance for schools to compete in a contest of knowledge for the right to represent our region in a national competition.



Outing Club

Adviser: Chris Fink


Culture Club

Adviser: Robert Kirker