The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science is proud to offer over 50 unique clubs and organizations, tailored to individual student interests and abilities. Students are encouraged to create new clubs based on their interests by following the appropriate process with the Student Government Association. Additionally, students have the opportunity for leadership development through elected positions as Class and Club Officers. 

Because all clubs at MSMS are student-led, with faculty sponsors, students have a unique opportunity to shape the activities their clubs and organizations engage in during their two years at MSMS.   

Students also have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of academic and special interest competitions. Some examples include Quiz Bowl, Science Bowl, International Science Fair, Poetry Out Loud, Welty Creative Writing Competition, Scholastic Art and Writing Competition, and Robotics FIRST. These are just a handful of the competitions MSMS students participate in year after year. Students are encouraged to seek out academic competitions tailored to their unique interests.  

Art Club is a space for any MSMS student seeking an opportunity for self-expression. We hope art club provides time for students to slow down and embrace creativity in the middle of a hectic week. Meetings will consists of free time to create as one pleases and tips on how to develop artistic techniques and personal voice. Art Club is welcoming of all students, regardless of artistic abilities, and we will be undertaking a number of fun projects to engage the MSMS community throughout the year.

During the spring semester, MSMS’ Asian Student Association hosts the Annual International Culture Fair where students and community members can check out diverse culture displays.

Astronomy Club exists as an opportunity for people to relax and talk about something their shared interests: space! 

The Black Student Alliance is a social club dedicated to the creation of a more inclusive, helpful, and understanding community for African American students and their peers. BSA consistently contributes to the community by advocating for the justice of those wrongfully harmed by police brutality and hate crimes, organizing and participating in community service projects, promoting academic excellence, producing informative, yet entertaining, performances, and organizing wellness seminars that keep both BSA members and the MSMS community informed on current events. Not only is BSA a club, but it is a family. Being that our members are so connected, the BSA offers special networking and leadership opportunities that will only propel you into your desired future. The BSA never fails to welcome all students. We, as a club, offer support in your time of need, solace in your time of despair, and comfort in your time of loneliness. 

Blu Diamondz is an all-inclusive performing step team founded upon sisterhood and service. Yes, we’re the girls that stroll and step at the parties! Each year, we accept new members and integrate them into the sisterhood by teaching them old steps and strolls, while also coming up with new ones. Being rooted in service, Blu Diamondz typically participate in several community service projects throughout the school year—when given the opportunity. We strive to emulate the unexplainable bond between the “Divine 9” organizations of the NPHC, so we pride ourselves on being the “sisters” to the boys’ step team, Blu Knightz. In January of 2020, both organizations collaborated to form the inaugural “MSMS Allstars” step team, and we are eager for the “MSMS Allstars” culture to continue. Blu Diamondz look forward to growing the club and accepting new members!  

We’re a laid back club looking to create a sense of community and foster conversation over breakfast-style cuisine.

Building Hope on Campus is a place where we strive to foster discussions of theology and find ways to serve our community. If you are a Christian or have any desire in learning more about the Christian faith, please come join us on Wednesday nights!

Chess Club is for the growth and development of all levels of Chess players. We want to create a fun and beneficial environment to all members that want to invest some of thier time into playing or learning more about Chess.
Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) welcomes all interested students. We want to learn and grow in The Word as a group striving to be more and more Christ-like. We conduct our typical meetings with worship through music, a short video, and a lesson. At the end of the meeting everyone receives a name of someone who was there (picked randomly), and it is given so that you may be able to focus your prayer that week on that person. We know MSMS can be difficult, but God says that we should not worry and should not fear anyone but Him. Our time on Earth is tough but we will make it through with our Christian family and faith in Jesus.

Film Club is the perfect club for all kinda of film lovers. The club meets and watches a movie that has been picked by either the club presidents/sponsor or voted on by the members. We then get together and watch the movie with everyone else in the club. Then we discuss the movie and share interesting facts that anyone has to share. We watch a wide variety of movies depending on the year and many other elements. There are absolutely no fees to join and club meeting are relaxed and fun.

Future Physicians of America (FPA) is a club for all students who see themselves in the field of medicine and being a physician. This is the club for you if you want to be a physician—and you want to be around other people who want to be physicians as well. This club typically meets on bi-weekly on Wednesday afternoons and discuss pathways to medical school and specific branches of medicine while hearing from people in the field.

Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is all about the community and support system it provides.

Model Security Council is a club that focuses on the exploration of international issues through the eyes of the United Nations Security Council. In this club, you’ll have the unique opportunity to act as a member country of the Council and debate resolutions dealing with global security crises. Our goal is to host practice meetings in preparation for the Model Security Council State Convention that we compete in around March. If you’re interested in international relations and/or public speaking, this is the club for you!

The MSMS Fashion Board is a club for all members of MSMS who share a passion for fashion to collaborate with others! We design, produce, and host many fashion events around the school and on social media.

Spirit Club is devoted to spreading spirit across campus. If you like spreading positivity and making others happy, you should join Spirit Squad. Whether it is just spreading cheer or actually cheering, we have a place for you!

Mu Alpha Theta at MSMS includes the typical math competitions, interesting math games, fun lectures, and creative community service projects. Mu Alpha Theta also offers multiple ways to serve the community with Math Superstars and Math Outreach.

Здравствуйте!  Welcome to Russian club, here to quench all of your hopelessly romantic and lightly communist desires.  In Russian club, we will reinvent our love of music, novels, poetry, and cinematography.  There’s so much Soviet Era animation.  We will meet twice a month to hang out and celebrate Russia through movies, discussion, and quirky Kahoots.  If you’ve ever felt abnormally drawn to wild mushrooms, onion domes, and witches that live in a wooded chicken-legged house to eat children in seclusion, Russian club is the place for you.  Comrades, it’s time to join the Motherland.  До встречи, and join Russian club!

The MSMS Senate is the Student Government Association’s legislative body. It is a group of senators, two seniors and two juniors from each floor of each resident hall, that must be elected to represent the concerns of their peers through bills that propose changes to the MSMS Student Handbook or resolutions that address a problem outside of the handbook. The Senate meets weekly to discuss these bills to send to administration for approval, denial, or comments for reconsideration. 

Shockwave is MSMS’ dance team with a focus on urban/street dance. Shockwave hopes to help its members fully embrace a passion for dance.

Our main focus is competing in Speech and Debate tournaments across the state and even nationally. At tournaments, you can compete in variety of different events in areas like acting, public speaking, and debating. You don’t need any previous experience to join! If you have an interest in theatre, giving funny speeches, discussing important issues, or you just want to get better at public speaking, please consider joining!

This is Tabletop Gaming Club. We allow students to relax by playing board games and hanging out, so if you want a place to decompress or have a bit of friendly competition, this is the place.


Tea Club is a group of students that meet weekly to sip pleasant beverages over lighthearted and thoughtful conversation. Our concern is mental stability and social comfort of the students in our class. We consciously set aside time from our busy schedules to chill and clear our minds, but because of our relaxed nature, there is no obligation for a member to attend each meeting (which we call “parties”). Our members are encouraged to attend when they feel like they need a break.

The Third Self is MSMS’ creative writing podcast!

The Wave is a club created to give viewers an insight on what it is like attending The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science. Our club is completely student-led and centers around our YouTube channel, where we upload all of our videos! Our videos are typically range from vlogs to informational videos about the school, and any other fun ideas we may come up with. Be sure to check out our YouTube channel!
Are you interested in politics? Do you feel abandoned or excluded by the Democratic or Republican parties? Then join Young Independents! Young Independents is a club for discussion of politics and current events that encourages the voices of people on all sides. We’re not a demanding club, and attendance is by no means mandatory. I hope you’ll join us this year as we look to cut through the partisan bureaucracy to find meaningful solutions.

Hi writers! Creative Writing Club is a safe space for poets, aspiring novelists, comic strip creators, or short story writers alike to share their ideas and receive constructive criticism and strong encouragements. Our goal is to build a community where all types of writers can share their brilliant ideas without fear of judgment and so they could grow as people and as writers. We have plans of participating in many contests, both in and out of our MSMS network, so please join if you are interested. Happy writing!

Test Prep Club is a club for students to formally study for PSAT, ACT, and SAT together.