Jackson-Reed has over 200 clubs and other activities for it's students.  Don't see one you like?  Make your own!

  • If you have any questions about clubs or how to create one, please see Ms. Dionne Clemmons in the main office.
  • Sponsors, if you do not have an account,  request one in order to login and create a club.

All Clubs

  Club Name: Club Description Proposed Activities Meeting Day Meeting Time
Golf Club

Learn the Game of Golf while having fun doing so.

Learn how to play golf

ThuPM (after school)
Greenhouse Club

As a 2013 Green Ribbon Schools recipient, Wilson prides itself on being a leader in the green movement among DCPS Schools by growing seedlings and plant cuttings to donate to schools and/or sell for funding. This program is totally student-run with the support of our school administrators and our teacher sponsor. Come join

WedPM (after school)
Hackathon CompetitionFriPM (after school)
Hackathon Hosting

Jackson-Reed Hacks meets weekly to plan and run (and attend) regional hackathons each year.  Last year was our largest so far, with over 80 students from all over the region, hosted at Facebook’s DC offices.  It’s a lot of work, but it’s a great experience and helps introduce newbies to

ThuPM (after school)
HOSA/Biomed Club

HOSA is an OSSE initiative in support of student-led organizations  that provide student leadership opportunities to align with student academy of student. HOSA is for future health professionals (and is not only for biomed academy students). Students engage in weekly health topics on Tuesdays during lunch in room 428 and

Support with Blood Drives in Partnership with Inova and Be the Match. Participate in health challenge competitions.

Interior Design Club

This club will allow for students to connect through their interest in interior design.

Go over Bedroom designs, color schemes, designing around a light source, and learn fabric types and what they're used for. Possible trips to local Italian furniture stores.

It's Academic

The It's Academic club at Wilson competes at numerous quiz bowl tournaments throughout the year, where participants answer questions covering a broad range of subjects, from history to chemistry to even sports. These competitions test not only test your depth of knowledge in certain areas but also your ability to

Wed, FriSTEP
Image/Logo for Your Club:Jackson-Reed Hip Hop Dance Club

The desired outcome of our program is to help create well-rounded, healthy, and successful students. Taking our dance classes gives students the opportunity to build confidence, explore their creativity, and express themselves while they discover who they are. In addition, our classes provide a safe, enriching after-school community where they

Dance, dance, dance!!!!

Tue, ThuPM (after school)
Image/Logo for Your Club:Jackson-Reed HS Golf Club

Fill in

ThuPM (after school)
Jackson-Reed Live

Learn camera operations, video editing, announcing and game-day logistics as you receive training in real-life, live video webcasting of Wilson sporting and related events.

Record Sports games and other Jackson-Reed events.

Jackson-Reed Mock Trial

Mock Trial allows students to take on the role of lawyers, preparing a case and presenting their arguments in a courtroom simulation. The goal of mock trial is to: Increase understanding of the judicial process and access to justice, develop and refine speaking, listening, writing, and analytical skills, encourage teamwork, cooperation,

Image/Logo for Your Club:Jackson-Reed Model Congress

Model Congress allows students to take on the role of legislators in a multi-day congressional simulation. During simulations, students write legislation, deliver speeches in support or opposition of presented bills, and vote on legislation as a congressional body. The goal of Model Congress is to: increase understanding of the legislative

Jackson-Reed Players

Jackson-Reed Players is a student-run theatre group that puts on multiple productions in a year. Players hosts Play-in-a-Day, full-length show productions, and the One Act Festival, among other events. To foster student creativity, self-advocacy, and confidence through writing and acting opportunities.

Play-in-a-Day, One Act Festival, full-length play production

MonPM (after school)
Jackson-Reed Robotics

Experience the real world of engineering. Learn to use the laser engraver, 3-D printer, drill press, band saw, horizontal and table saws, and power tools. The Jackson-Reed Robotics Team "Tiger Pride 2914" has won many awards, including the Washington DC regional First Robotics competition.

Tue, ThuPM (after school)
Image/Logo for Your Club:Jackson-Reed Theater

Students present a Fall Play and Spring Musical by participating as a performer or member of stage crew. Mailing List Sign-Up Stage Crew Sign-Up Audition Dates: Interest Meeting - Aug. 30th Fall Audition Workshop - Aug 31st Stage Combat Workshop - Sept. 1st or 2nd (TBD) Play Auditions - Sept. 5th &

Audition & rehearse the play or musical, and/or build & paint sets/props, make costumes, hang lights, run sound, and manage production elements on the stage crew.

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, FriPM (after school)
Image/Logo for Your Club:Jewish Student Union

The Jewish Student Union is a club at Wilson to learn about and celebrate Jewish traditions and culture. Meets 1-2 times a month. Examples of activities have included celebrations of holidays, discussions about anti-Semitism, and letter-writing for community service.

Host activities connected to Judaism and Jewish culture and build community with Jews and people interested in learning more about Judaism within Jackson-Reed HS.

Image/Logo for Your Club:Knit for Need

Knit For Need hopes to create a space where Jackson-Reed students can knit/crochet for those in need and for fun! We’ll meet every Friday at lunch in Mr. Flack’s room. same time, same place. All levels and experiences (even folks new to knitting/crocheting) are welcome! 

Each month we will have a drive where everyone will have the opportunity to give items to that organization. This year we will have Knit for Need Mentors who will assist others, especially beginners, with their projects and skills. At most meetings, we will have a “help” table where mentors

LEGOBuilders Club

At LEGOBuilders Club, our mission is to ignite the imaginations of builders of all ages. We aim to provide a supportive environment where LEGO enthusiasts can meet, learn, and create together.

Our club is a hub for innovation, where members can exchange ideas, collaborate on intricate projects, and celebrate the joy of building with LEGO bricks. Join us in exploring the limitless potential of this timeless toy, as we build, connect, and inspire one brick at a time.

Image/Logo for Your Club:Marvel Monday Club

The purpose of the Marvel club is to enjoy film and friends, while building character through intentional discussions.

Watch and discuss every Marvel film over the course of the school year.



ThuPM (after school)
National Honors Society

Everything in the description: for information please contact Ms. Munoz

National Society of Black Engineers

NSBE members, chapters, and supporters are dedicated to increasing the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.

Monthly guest speakerss from community members of color in the STEM field will help sponsors and students facilitate discussions. Student leaders will issue a mini-design challenge each week.

Photography Club

Photography club

TuePM (after school)
Ping Pong Club

Club Purpose: To give students a chance to learn and practice ping pong Club Objective:: Create a fun atmosphere where students of any ability and experience level can have a good time playing ping pong.

Proposed Activities: Play ping pong!

Tue, ThuPM (after school)
  Club Name: Club Description Proposed Activities Meeting Day Meeting Time