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121 Reach
(Tutoring at RTMS)

Conner

Meets Every Wednesday at 4pm at River Trail
Club dues: $10.00
121Reach is a nonprofit, youth-led, youth-founded tutoring organization in which high school tutors mentor middle-school-aged tutees.
Webpage

Academic Bowl Team

Kemp

Meets Wednesdays in Room 135 at 3:45pm

Aid Special Citizens Club

Conner

Meets Thursday mornings, as needed, in room 309
Dues: $10
10 service hours required per semester.
Everyone is welcome to participate. We volunteer to help physically and mentally disabled people in the community. Activities include everything from helping out at senior homes for the disabled to volunteering at the Atlanta Special Olympics. 

Anime

Niehaus

Meets Wednesday afternoons from 3:45-5:00 in room 234
We play games, watch anime, do workshops, and collaborate with people of similar interests.

Art Club

Gutierrez

All welcome. You do not need to be taking art to join the club. At a relaxed pace, we do various art projects such as mural painting, mask making,  and portrait drawing.
Meets Wednesdays after school until 5 PM
Club dues: $10.00         

Atlanta Food Bank Club 

 Benning

Meets every 3rd Monday of the month
Club dues: $10.00 (includes Club T-shirt)
Collect food and grocery items to provide food to a wide range of people in need who suffer from hunger and food insecurity.
The first Food Drive Campaign will be held during the month of October and during the Spring (TBA).
Club members will serve as volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank Product Center/Pantry among other activites throughout the year.

Beta Club
(by invitation)

Ely

The Senior Beta Club is an academic-leadership-service organization for students in grades 10 through twelve.
Webpage
Requirement for membership:88 cumulative average; community service activities
Dues:$25 for new members and $10 for old members (for senior medallions)
Service Hours to remain as a member in good standing :
    summer- 10 hours
    fall- 15 hours
    spring- 15 hours
Attending meetings is a requirement (unless you have a zero period or morning College English, etc.)

Black History

Whitlatch

Meets once a month in room 606 from 3:45-5:30 PM
Open to everyone. 
The objective of this committee is to develop a program that will educate, entertain, enrich, acknowledge and commemorate the many contributions of African Americans. Activities are developed to demonstrate how images of African Americans have evolved throughout the history of America.  Both negative and positive images are presented to help students, faculty, community stakeholders and others understand how these images strengthen a nation of people.

Bollywood Dance Team

Pope

Students meet to discuss dance routine, dance practices, and any other details for upcoming International Night and other performances.
Meets Wednesday 3:45 to 4:30

Breakfast Club

Borgognoni

Every other Tuesday morning @ 7:30 starting September 20th
$10 per semester
Everyone has a common need: to eat breakfast and have meaningful conversation. So we want to expand that by opening up the classroom to an organized discussion format. Mr. Borgognoni recommended a Socratic Seminar, which is something we will be doing in some of our Language Arts classes. There is a plan and order to these conversations and the officers will be responsible for keeping the club on task and on schedule. Every week students will be able to voice their opinion in a comfortable and inviting place to a wide variety of subjects: sports, politics, media, entertainment, current events, etc.
Officers will be responsible for organizing the forums, taking up dues ($10 per semester), managing the money, purchasing the breakfast, and other community/humanitarian related events. We want to make this more than just about eating breakfast in the morning. We want students to start off the day right and really understand that “It’s a great morning to be a Titan!

BVP WNHS-TV Club

Lee

We meet every Tuesday after school
$20 for dues
The Broadcast/Video Production club is open to any student enrolled in Broadcast/Video Production or any student who displays an interest in television production, film, or any type of digital media.  The club members will have the opportunity to work on special projects, such as a movie or contests videos, that will not be advertised to all of the BVP classes, allowing for more hands-on training and practice.  Students will be able to earn a varsity type letter that shows that they put in the effort needed to make the program and Northview High School a better place.
The BVP club will provide :, Equipment: cameras, tapes, edit bays, Challenging Competition, Vidiopalooza, Field Trips, A creative atmosphere, Hands-on activities, Fun!

Chinese Club

Wu

Meets twice a month on Wednesday at 3:50 in room 602
Chinese Club welcomes anyone who is interested in Chinese culture
Dues $15

Club Smile

Janess

Meets Tuesdays 4:-4:30pm in room 208
Club Smile promotes unity and compassion through acts of kindness   
and service at Northview and in the community of Johns Creek.

Community Crafts Club

Aboulafia

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Crew

Rogers

AJRA (Atlanta Junior Rowing Association) welcomes new recruits
Webpage

Dance Team

Green, V.

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Debate Team
(region/state competition)

Ulrich,
Edwards

The Speech and Debate team offers students the opportunity to develop their public speaking and debating skills.  Students can choose to attend competitive tournaments around the state and country during several weekends each year, but competition is not required. 
Meets on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:50-5:30
Dues are $100 for year; individual competitions have separate registration and judging fees.
Webpage

Environmental Brigade

Rogers

Meets occasional Thursday mornings as needed in room 132 and  includes some weekend activities

Fencing Club

Bevels

Meets: Every Monday from September to March, 4-6 PM
Club dues: cost of fencing equipment
Club Description: Fencers of all levels, including brand new fencers, are welcome to participate. Students work with a coach on Mondays and participate in tournaments, including two held at Northview. Students are eligible to letter in fencing.
Webpage

Food Bank Club

Braun

 

French Club

Francisse,
Prince

Meets every other Friday, before or after school, in room 639.
From March to May the club meets only once a month

Future Business Leaders
of America

McCall, Morgan,
Brickle

Meets: once a month, date varies
Club dues: $20
Future Business Leaders of America; service based club, members also have the opportunity to compete in various business and computer events at the local, state, and national level

FCA

Jackson

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German Club

Kemptner

Meets once a month after school in room 631
Dues $15
Open to anyone interested in German culture

Glee Club

Clements

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Habitat for Humanity

Dunbar

There are no regular meetings for Habitat, but they are always announced ahead of time and held after school in room 238.  Annual dues are $20.  There are no “qualifications” to join, but students must be 16 years old to participate on a build.

HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association)

Tucker

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Improvisation/Improv Club

Lake,
McClain

Meets Fridays 4-5pm in room 831 to play Improv games. No dues, no requirements to join.

Interact Club

Brownthwaite,
Whitlatch

Meets in room 511; meetings are announced at school
Dues:$20

International Thespian Society

Lake,
McClain

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Jewish Student Union

Zavlanos

Meets Wednesdays twice a month in room 837
Anyone is welcome to join.

JROTC CLUB

Goodwin

Anyone at Northview can join. Army JROTC is a character and  leadership building program. Contrary to popular belief, participation  
in JROTC requires no obligation in the United States Army at anytime.
The JROTC Club meets periodically, although no set meeting dates or meeting schedule has been developed yet. The JROTC promotes the development of young men and women through leadership training and team activities and is open to all students at NHS. The JROTC sometimes participates in various drill and color guard competitions.  The JROTC Club members also participate in community activities when invited as well as participating in the annual Veterans Day Assembly held each November here, at NHS. 

Kaleidoscope

Crumbley,
Garcia

Biweekly Meetings Alternate Wednesday and Thursday
Club dues: $20
Kaleidoscope is a service based leadership organization. Students are taught the skills to be active in the community and contribute to be make a difference towards the issues faced by the world. The organization also fosters and focuses on each student being a resilient member of society. Student leaders are trained as peer mediators who train the freshmen class in anti-bullying including anti-cyber bullying skills. Partnership Walk is a big fundraiser during the fall semester that the students head which targets global poverty. Second semester’s keystone project is International Night which highlights cultural diversity of the community through music, dance and food.
Application required

Key Club International

Conner,
Steinecker

Meets every other Thursday after school
Key Club International is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization whose goal is to teach leadership through serving others. Key Club gives its members the opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.
Our motto - "Caring-our way of life"
Dues: $20 (includes t-shirt)
Webpage

Lacrosse Club

Weinberger

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Latin Club

David

Invitation only – limited to Latin Class students
Webpage

LINK
(Liberty in North Korea)

Jeong

Meets as needed on Tuesdays
Dues: $20 (including club shirt)
LINK website: http://www.linkglobal.org/

Math Team

Gloede,
Stone

Our Northview Math Team meets weekly to discuss famous mathematics problems that are not necessarily discussed within the normal school curriculum. Students teach each other and challenge each other to grow in knowledge. In addition, we attend several mathematics tournaments during the school year (usually on Saturdays), co-host our own tournament, and compete in several state and national competitions that are held after school. We are the reigning state champions for the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics Tournament and have been regional winners for the American Mathematics Competition.
Meetings are held Thursday afternoons
Dues are $20

Medical Society

Bingham

Meets every other Thursday after school in room 102
Dues:$15 per year (covers club t-shirt and supplies for meetings and fundraisers for projects).
Medical Society is a club that is open to any student at Northview.  Our focus is on the medical professions as careers, especially medicine, nursing, and medical research. We often have guest speakers (medical doctors, nurses, paramedics, community health activists) and medical ethics exercises (case studies and the ethical implications), along with group discussions and community service opportunities.

Mock Trial

Lake,
Weinberger

Meets Wednesdays 4:00 – 6:00 in room 501 (other days as needed)
Mock Trial is a competitive team and tryouts are in December.

Muslim Students Association

Johnson

Every other Monday afternoon in room 640. We meet at 4 pm.
Dues: $7, not including t-shirt dues
MSA is about learning about and teaching Islam to others. We do a variety of activities ranging from community service to group discussion. Also, every spring we attend a tournament--Muslim Interscholastic Tournament (MIST)--and win many prizes for Northview. For any questions, talk to our lovely sponsor Sra. Johnson.

National Art Honors Society

Margol

The National Art Honor Society is an art achievement club, membership is by invitation. Candidates must have been in attendance for at least one semester in art at Northview High School with an art scholarship average of an A, and receive a recommendation from the art faculty based on the candidate’s art scholarship, service, and character. The clu is a service oriented club with members helping in the school and community on various art projects and programs.
Club meetings vary month to month.
Club dues: $10.00

National English Honors Society

Upton

Invitation Only to AP Lit students
NEHS recognizes excellence in language arts. Our goals include 20 service hours per member related specifically to literacy.
No set meeting dates
Dues: $30.00

Northview Art Club

Gutierrez

Meets every Friday after school in room 641
Dues: $7

Northview Chamber Music Society

Aucoin

Meets selected Tuesday afternoons from 3:45 – 5:00
This club exists for students who would like to play their instruments in small groups.  Many of these groups perform for community activities and assisted living communities.  

Northview Theatre Company

McClain,
Lake

NTC is a group of students who produce our mainstage (afterschool) shows.  Students can become involved by trying out for and being  
cast in a show or becoming part of the tech crew for a show.  
Rehearsals after school as necessary for each production.

PAWS (Protecting Animal Welfare Society)

Tucker

Meets second Tuesdays of the month in room 104

Philosophy Club

Pope

Meets Friday morning 7:45-8:25
Meet to discuss and learn about philosophers and different types of philosophies

Ping Pong Club

Blumen

Meets Wednesdays in the commons near the gym. 
Dues $10 for second semester.

Pranayam

Rodriguez

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Programming Club

Peek

Meets Tuesday afternoons, 4:00 – 5:00 pm in Room 788
No dues
This club promotes the knowledge of computer science by teaching the Java, Flash and various other languages.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

Blue

Meets once a month (morning /afternoon). Time varies according to agenda. SADD, a national organization, focuses on teen choices and decisions which will influence life.
Major campaigns - Red Ribbon Week, Alcohol/Drug Awareness, Teen
Relationships, Safe Prom/Graduation, Driving Safety/Click it or Ticket.  
Members educate themselves and share resources and info with peers
Open to 9th-12th grades.

Science Olympiad Team

Tucker

Meets Monday after school in room 104. 
Dues $25 year.

Science Force
(by invitation)

Bhardwaj

Science Force is a service club that includes qualified Juniors and Seniors. It allows students to assist elementary school students with Hands-on science learning opportunities. The purpose of the club is to provide positive role models for the Elementary students, while applying their knowledge of science. It is a great way to build self esteem and get community service credits.
Requirements for Membership: Junior or Senior, possessing a driver's license.  Dues:None

Sewa (Service for Humanity – Bhutanese refugee relief)

Agans

Sewa means “service” in Sanskrit; pronounced “Say-Wah”
Sewa is a community service oriented club that specializes in the resettlement of Bhutanese Refugees in ClarkstonGA. We obtainGrady healthcare cards, tutor, and do fundraisers to improve the quality of life for all the people who fled from concentration camps and civil war to the United States.
Meets Mondays after school in room 337
Club Dues: $15

Spanish Club

Horton

Meets every month in room 602.  Check website for specific information
Dues: $10
Open to all students with an interest in the Spanish heritage and culture.

Spanish for Kids Club

Horton

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Techno Titans Robotics Club

Weinberger,
Brickle,
Stasko

Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in Room 796 and 790
Dues: $50/year

  • Qualifications: Interest, Mature, Willingness to work, Participation on a regular basis
  • Spring robotics program “varsity level competition” (Jan – March) Requires application/interview

Technology Student Association

Olney,
Weinberger

Meets last Friday of each month at 8:00 in room 790
Dues: $20.00

Tri M Music Honor Society

Aucoin

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Tutors in Action

Upton

Offers tutoring every Tuesday in Room 541
TAN members are seniors who volunteer their time to tutor NHS students who need extra assistance in any subject.

21st Century Leaders

Edwards,
Washington

Meets every other Wednesday 8:00 – 8:20 in room 432. Open to all  students that are interested in developing leadership skills through  
community service activities. 

Ultimate Frisbee

Weinberger

Meets Fridays after school on available practice field. Intramural sport/club; no dues unless the student attends a  Tournament (one or two each spring)

Video Gaming Club

Cindy Green

Meets Mondays 3:45 – 5:00 in room 532
Members only need a love of gaming.  We also appreciate if anyone can bring a game system to use on game day - not required

Will-to-Live

Weinberger

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Yoga Club

Peek

Meets Monday mornings 7:45-8:15 in Room 207.
No dues
This club teaches the basics of yoga and breathing as well how to balance your mind, body, and soul. 
For those who want tips on concentration, focus, and balance, this is the club for you.

 

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