To join Drumline, you just simply sign up. No experience is needed to start. Chad Johnson is the coach. In drumline, you play some percussion instruments, but also do performances while playing.
Corydon Central Vanguard is directed by Mr. Novak with percussion by Chad Johnson. He went to Wright University. Mr. Novak said that if someone just up and decided to start marching with little to no experience they should mostly practice their music to their best ability to focus on their marching. He said that some of the instruments are flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, mellophone, baritone, tuba, and percussion.
Student Council is an extra-curricular club that students with good behavior and good grades can join. Student Council is a mixture of 7th and 8th grade students. They do all of the Red Ribbon Week activities and sponsor the school dances. In February, the student council raised $1,000 for Pennies for Patients. Student Council also helps out at nursing homes, like making Christmas and Valentine’s Day cards for the people there. They also work on different projects around school and sponsor the Talent Show working backstage. The sponsor of Student Council is Mrs. Green.
National Junior Honor Society
National Junior Honor Society is an organization that any 8th grader with a GPA of 3.7 or higher and good citizenship is eligible to join. Members of NJHS do various service projects around the community. They also organize canned food drives.
Gerdon Youth Center
The Gerdon Youth Center was donated by Mr. Bill Gerdon in 1997, and has been used as a safe place for the youth to play, learn, and grow. Today, the center is used for a variety of activities, including the Indiana R.O.C.K. program and Teen Leadership Training. It is located on 600 East Chestnut Street, Corydon, IN.
YMCA of Harrison County
The YMCA of Harrison County is very important to the community, especially junior high students! Teenagers need at least an hour of exercise per day, so why not add some variety to your workouts by doing laps in the pool or shooting baskets in the gym?
Winter Guard is an indoor, out of school activity in which students can learn to twirl flags and rifles in preparation for Color Guard during the fall.
Archery is a Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) activity. Archey started after winter break and ended a week after spring break. They meet on Thursdays after school until 5pm. National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) equipment is used and bows are provided. The bows are shoot with “fingers” while no sights are used. Students compete against each other, along with traditional target shooting, and students also play special games. There is a speaker who teaches from the Bible for about 15 minutes each day.