Archery Club is an after school extracurricular program that is an extension of the Missouri National Archery in Schools Program (MONASP) program that is taught in the Junior High Physical Education classes at the Junior High School. Any Junior High student who has successfully completed the Physical Education MONASP program is eligible to participate in St. Clair Junior High Archery Club (STCAC).
All participants of the STCAC must maintain grades of C- or higher to remain a part of the club. The club will run a grade check at progress report time, if the student has two D+s or lower or one F, the student will be placed on probation for two weeks to get those grades to a C- or higher. If at that time, the grades are not up to expectations then the student will be dismissed from the STCAC.
All participants of the STCAC must follow all school rules during and after school Archery Club practice. If a student gets 3 or more nights of After School Detention, consecutive or separate offenses, the student will be dismissed from Archery Club. If a student receives two or more days of In-School Suspension, consecutive or separate offenses, the student will be dismissed from Archery Club. If a student receives any day of Out-of-School Suspension, the student will be dismissed from Archery Club.
All participants of the STCAC are expected to conduct themselves with the highest level of character at all times. If the participant makes poor choices, they can be released from the STCAC, if any school administrator or Archery Club supervisor deems so.