• Club Descriptions

    Academic Challenge- Compete in academic challenges that require fast-paced thinking on a variety of topics. This is a MSHSAA Activity.  Students must follow MSHSAA eligibility guidelines. (Sponsor: Jennifer Mueller )

    Art Club-  (Sponsor:Carlynn Forst)

    Board Game Club (Sponsor: Jodi Wickman) Play board games on Mondays after school

    Book Battle - (Sponsor:  Ms. Diel and Ms. Dolan) - If you like reading and enjoy trivia, this is the club for you!  As a North High Book Battle team member, each member of the group reads 2 out of a list of 10 books.  Then, in April, we compete against all Parkway high schools in a trivia night, with trivia questions about the 10 books: authors, characters, what happened in the story, etc. We meet a few times in Academic Lab to vote on the books to read and sign up for your individual books.  You are welcome to join us!

    Chess Club-Play chess for fun and to gain practice/instruction for tournaments. All ability levels welcomed. Chess is an MSHSAA Activity.  Students who compete must follow MSHSAA eligibility guidelines.

    (Sponsor: Adam Stiller) 


    DECA (Marketing Focus)- Develop business understanding & civic consciousness thru work-based experiences, classroom instruction, & competitive events (Sponsor: Laura Strickland)


    Diversity Awareness- Every other month two student leaders attend a full day event to learn and discuss diversity and inclusion issues. They then use their understandings to cultivate ways to implement them in the school community. (Sponsor: TBD)


    Envirothon / Ecochallenge - Focuses on nature and the environment. Envirothon participants study Missouri forests, wildlife, soils, aquatics, and current issues and compete against other students from around the state to put their skill sets to the test in teams of five who cooperate and problem solve. Ecochallenge participants find a local problem that they can find a solution for and work together to make that solution a reality. Both groups meet outside of school time and occasionally during AC Lab. Activities include hiking, speakers, data collection, and in some specialized circumstances overnight outings. 

    (Sponsor: Lorrie Crossett)


    FBLA (Business Focus)-Develop business understanding & civic consciousness thru work-based experiences, classroom instruction, & competitive events (Sponsor: Carla Hertlein)


    FCCLA-For students interested in culinary arts. (Sponsor: Kara Sussman)


    Forensics (Speech & Debate)- If you enjoy debating current events, performing in theatre, or persuading your peers with wit and wisdom, Speech and Debate is the club for you.  Meeting and competition schedules are flexible to accommodate students in every activity, either athletic or academic (Sponsor: Bob McKitrick)


    Gay-Straight Alliance- Anyone supportive of the LGBTQ community. Focus on educating community on issues of diversity, discrimination, & bullying. (Sponsor: Chad Little)


    Improv Team- Meet weekly to practice improvisational skills & learn new ones. May participate in shows, workshops, & competitions. (Sponsor: Chad Little)


    International Club - Interested in learning about different cultures?  Join the International Club!  Our monthly meetings offer students the opportunity to meet students from around the world and learn about the cultures represented at North.  Look for our posters and listen to the announcements for our next meeting. (Sponsor: TBD)


    International Thespian Society- Open to anyone who wants to be involved in play production as an actor or technician. Students must be involved in several productions in order to be formally inducted into the society. (Sponsor: Chad Little)


    Juggling Club: (Sponsor Adam Stiller) 


    Key Club (Community Service)- Meet once a month to plan a monthly community service project. (Sponsor: Caitlin Edmonds)


    Medical Club- Promote awareness of opportunities relating to medicine such as listening to guest speakers, volunteering, shadowing a professional, workshops or classes. (Sponsor: Megan Yemm)


    Mock Trial- Students play the roles of both lawyers and witnesses, trying a case in a real courtroom.  We compete against other schools and due to our success, have become one of the top teams in the area. For more information, see Mr. Nilsen in 2113 sometime before October. (Sponsors: Scott Nilsen & Megan McCorkle)


    Mu Alpha Theta- Learn about math through conversation & problem-solving skills. Meets after school once a month. (Sponsors: Julie Parks & Michelle Goetz)


    Pro-Start Catering- Learning the in’s and out’s of the catering business. (Sponsor: Becky Bright)


    Project Gearbox - Project Gearbox is a club that collects, organizes, and sends care packages to soldiers, both overseas and stateside. (Sponsor: Melody Barger)


    Psychology Club - The Psychology Club is for students who are interested in learning more about the field of psychology and how we use psychology in all aspects of our lives.  Activities in the past have included guest speakers, such as a St. Louis County SWAT officer, and movies that explore psychological issues. (Sponsor: Melody Barger)


    Recycling Club- Meets twice a month to improve the recycling process at North. (Sponsor: TBD)


    Robotics Team- Work to develop a solution to an engineering challenge in a competitive game environment. Meeting are held at night in room 1217. (Sponsor: Allen Daniel)


    Senior People- To develop socially responsible, self-directed young women who serve as role models for North High. One event per grade level. (Sponsors: Melody Barger, Megan McCorkle & Andy Rudolph))


    Sister 2 Sister - The goal of The Sister 2 Sister mentor group is to help African American female students acquire the skills needed to be successful in life and to meet individual needs on a social, emotional, and academic level. (Sponsor: Joshlyn Harris)


    Strength & Conditioning- During the winter sports season, meet daily after school, lift weights & speed/agility training (Sponsor: Jeff Kinney)


    Technology Student Assoc.- Promotes technological literacy, leadership, & problem-solving.        (Sponsor: Scott Phillips)