Montgomery County Junior Council (MCJC) is the countywide student government organization for the middle school students of Montgomery County and a region of the Maryland Association of Student Councils. Founded in 1957, the mission of MCJC has always been to use our organization to represent more than 36,000 middle school students in Montgomery County. We play a vital role in the student body of our county and act as advocates, sharing the voice and perspectives of middle schools students with Montgomery County Public Schools, the Board of Education, the Montgomery County Council and local and state legislators.
For more information about the Montgomery County high school student government, visit mcrsga.com.
For more information about the Maryland student government, visit mdstudentcouncils.org.
For more information about the Montgomery County Student Member of the Board of Education, visit https://www.natetinbite.com/.
"We, the students of the Montgomery County Junior Council, in order to improve interschool relations and cooperation, to promote friendly relations among students of the schools, to increase the effectiveness of the individual student council, to initiate and to promote improvements and activities for the general good of the students of the schools, and to voice a collective opinion of middle school students of Montgomery County to schools, the Board of Education, County Council, and community, do ordain and establish this constitution for Montgomery County Junior Council."
~Montgomery County Junior Council Constitution