John Muir
Middle School
707 Letts Ave., Corcoran, CA 93212
Soccer team and coach pose together in front of a soccer goal on a field

Wildcat Clubs

Participation in our school's extracurricular activities and clubs is a great way for students to develop and nurture leadership skills. John Muir Middle School students enhance their ability to work with other students as a team while, at the same time, enjoy some amazing experiences. Please refer to this site often; we update opportunities and news about our clubs and other extracurricular activities regularly.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

This club focuses on service and learning how to be a future business leader. The students collect paper at the school so it gets recycled. They also collect bottles and cans as a fundraiser for a trip. They also do other fundraisers at after-school events. 

Advisor: Sherry Leal

Friends of Rachel Club (FOR)

This club was established after a presentation to the whole school in which students were invited to take Rachel's Challenge. They are trying to establish a “chain reaction” of kindness and compassion at the school by working on different projects every month.

Advisor: Ashley Williams

California Junior Scholastic Federation (CJSF)

Students who qualify for this club based on their grades have the opportunity to perform community service and receive special recognition at promotion.

Advisor: Johnathon Sorrick

Associated Student Body (ASB)

The John Muir Middle School ASB class is comprised of highly motivated young scholars. ASB members are leaders. They are self-motivated, honest, trustworthy, hardworking, and humble. They respect both adults and fellow students. ASB members have school pride! The primary goals of ASB are to create a memorable experience for all students on campus and to grow as student leaders.

Advisor: Marlena Ramirez

For more information about the John Muir Middle School ASB class and current happenings on campus, please visit the John Muir Middle School ASB website.


This group meets every day to create the school yearbook. They write, take pictures, graphically organize, and digitally produce the yearbook.

Advisor: Jennifer Steffen