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Extracurricular Activities

Pupils who remain after school for any activity must report directly to the teacher in charge of the activity at dismissal time.  All school activities must be supervised by a member of the faculty.  Extracurricular activities for Oswego Middle School will be organized during the fall term.
Student Council
The student council is an organization of the whole student population of Oswego Middle School.  It is an effective voice for students that are accepted by students, faculty, and administration.  There are no limits to the contributions that students can make to their education by participating in student council.

A good student council always strives to:
  •          maintain an open minded policy
  •          develop effective communications with students, faculty and administration
  •          earn students, faculty and administrative respect
  •          support social activities, educational programs, and service to others
  •          build a tradition that will be looked back upon as a cornerstone to productive lives.

The Middle School offers numerous clubs to suit a wide variety of student interest.  The clubs a student may wish to join include:
Art Club                                          
Downhill Ski Club       
National Junior Honor Society
Student Council
Chess Club
Drama Club
Friend to Friend Club
Hands On History Club
Girl's Wrestling Club
Con Brio
Sailing Club
Inclusive Club
Yearbook Club

Focus Forward:

The Focus Forward Program meets on Mondays and Wednesdays after-school from 2:30 - 3:20 pm. Transportation is provided. After-school sessions begin in late September until early December and pick back up in late January until May. A Google Classroom is provided for updates and Parent Square messages will be sent as reminders.

Focus Forward is a school-based mentoring program that strives to enrich the lives of students in our community. We match middle-school students with trained and supported undergraduate mentors at SUNY Oswego, under the supervision of professional staff, who help provide the academic and social support necessary for each student to achieve their full potential. We work to build students' self-confidence and self-efficacy while giving them the tools they need to be effective learners. 


This year at OMS we are excited to offer an after school intramurals program to our students.  Below is an outline of the intramurals program.  

  • Four 7-week co-ed sessions throughout the school year

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:30-3:30pm afterschool

  • Late bus available at 3:20pm

  • Supervised by OMS teachers

  • Sign-ups will be held prior to the beginning of each session

Interested students are encouraged to participate in the interscholastic sports program.   Please see the athletics page for more information with dates and season information.

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