A message from Activities Director Jed Helwig
North High School students can participate in a variety of co-curricular
activities which promote pride, build character, and instill good
sportsmanship while developing personal and team excellence. We
strive to provide activities which appeal to a wide range of students
because we believe students involved in activities benefit greatly through
• Activities provide students countless teachable moments during
which values such as empathy, courage, fairness, and responsibility,
as well as respect for self and others, can be developed.
• Activities connect students to caring adults in their learning
environment who foster social-emotional growth and academic
• Activities provide students with opportunities for moral, social,
emotional, and civic growth.
In order for activities to help students grow and develop their own moral
compass, we must move beyond defining success by the scoreboard.
We must create an atmosphere where student participation focuses on a
Through well-defined pathways, supportive leadership, and intentional
coaching, students can develop the capacity to lead productive,
rewarding, and empathetic lives that result in the betterment of society.
2020-21 School YearNEW REGISTRATION COMING SOONSTAY TUNED!Arts & Activities
Organization Air Force JROTC ASA (Asian Student Alliance) Band Bowling Club (Co-Ed) BPA C.A.R.E Choir/Show Choir DECA Drama/Theater FCCCLA Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Golden Prom Knowledge Bowl/Quiz Bowl Link Crew Math Club National Honor Society One Act Play Polar Speed Winter (Strength Training) Prom Robotics Rocket Club Speech/Debate Team Stargazers Student Council Student Newspaper 'Polar Prints' Summer Strength & Conditioning The Carter G Woodson Society Winter Drumline Yearbook