Clubs and Activities

African American Awareness Club

AP Psych Club

Basketball Club

  • Sponsor: John Sharpe
  • Open to all who want to have fun playing basketball but may not have the time or skill to be on a team.

Book Club

  • Sponsor: Jason Pinho
  • Open to Juniors and Seniors, Book Club will meet twice a month from 2:30 to 3:15 to discuss literature.

Business Club

  • Sponsor: Curt Keller
  • Our purpose is to focus on learning about business savvy, personal finance, and the stock game. 

Class of 2019 Class Council

Class of 2020 Class Council

Class of 2021 Class Council

Class of 2022 Class Council

Debate/Political Awareness Club

  • Sponsor: Dan Carlson
  • Open to all to promote, discuss, and teach about politics.

DECA

Forensics Team

French Club

Game Club

Geocaching Club

  • Sponsor: Kari Lopez
  • Open to everyone interested in having fun geocaching.
  • Meets Wednesdays from 2:30 to 3:15 in B214

German Club and German Exchange

  • Sponsor: Kaye Lynn Mazurek
  • We meet monthly. Everyone is welcome at any time and you do not have to speak German. We do many fun activities such as Battle of the Bands. During the fall of even-numbered years, we host students and teachers from Mörike Gymnasium for 3-4 weeks. Then during the summer of odd-numbered years, we travel to Germany to live with German families

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Men's Choir

  • Sponsor: Ashley Ward
  • Men's Choir performs at concerts throughout the year.  Rehearsals are typically Tuesday/Thursday, although students should check with Mrs. Ward to sign up for the Remind 101 course.

Sons and Daughters of Liberty (History Club)

  • Sponsor: Tim Moore
  • We meet monthy in B213. This club is open to all grade levels.

Interact Club

Justice League - Student Social Justice

Knights for Christ

Math National Honor Society

Military Club

  • Sponsor: Kari Lopez
  • Open to all to discuss both historical and current issues surrounding the military.
  • Meets Monday from 2:30 to 3:15 in room B214.

National Honor Society

  1. Must be a junior or senior who maintains a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
  2. Students are required to have three extra-curricular activities or athletics he/she has participated in at Northern High School. The three can all be the same and they do not necessarily have to be during the same year.
  3. The student is then evaluated by teachers, activity directors, and coaches in character and leadership. If the student has enough extra-curricular activities and his/her evaluations are in good standing, he/she becomes a member and is inducted in May of the junior year.
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News Team

  • Sponsor: Cynthia Starrs
  • We do the morning broadcast of the daily news for the school.

Newspaper Club

  • Sponsor: Brendan Burke
  • We will produce newspapers written by students.

SADD

Science National Honors Society

Scuba Club

Sponsor: Michelle Brandon

Senior Class Council

Spanish Club

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica

  • Sponsor: Catherine Savone
  • The SHH meets monthly, usually on the fourth Friday of the month plus service hours.  Students must have completed two years of Spanish with a B or better to qualify for membership.

Student Council

  • Sponsor: Cynthia Starrs
  • Student Council meets every Wednesday after school from 2:30 PM – 2:45 PM in the Lower LGI.

The Knight Walkers

  • Sponsor: Lori Anderson
  • We meet on Thursdays at 3:00 PM in the Counseling office.

Ultimate Frisbee Club

 

 

 

 

updated November 8, 2018