- Board Game Club
- E-Sports Council
- Friday Lunch Magic
- League of Legends
- Math Club
- Student Leadership Team
- Yearbook Committee
Whether it is taking over a dystopian Europe, building miniature kingdoms, stopping kittens from exploding, or trying to survive a desert island, Board Game club has something for everyone. Come down and play some cooperative games with your friends, or crush them playing something competitive. We have a game for everyone to enjoy!
The E-Sports Council is a small student led group working to support E-Sports programs through things like organizing and running tournaments, planning small in-school events, suggesting and organizing new E-Sports activities. We are here to have fun playing video games in a safe and competitive environment and representing NHS in a team environment. We meet once a week at lunch.
Come and learn to play the best selling trading card game of all time. Strategy, cunning, amazing art, and great conversation await those who are willing to take the challenge of learning the many facets of the game. We have cards and decks in stock, so all you need to do is show up with your game face on! Prepare your spells, wizards!
League of Legends is one of the world’s biggest competitive video games, and whether you are a veteran player or completely new, this club is for you. NHS’s League of Legends club focuses on skill development, teamwork, and strategy in order to teach not just the basics but also higher level skills in order to compete against schools across the province. Feel free to join the club just learn, or join up with the school team if you like to compete. We meet once a week at lunch, and try to practice once a week after school together as well. Practice times can be flexible depending on people’s schedules.
See you on the Rift!
Joining Math club will give you the opportunity to participate in a variety of Math contests and win some prizes! We tackle challenging and fun Math problems that will boost your critical thinking skills and understanding of the world of numbers. Math club meets every Monday at lunch in room 222/223.
NHS’ Sexuality and Gender Alliance is a student-run group that provides a safe place for any and all students to meet and learn about sexual and gender diversity, to support each other and to raise awareness and promote equality for all human beings.
The Student Leadership Team (SLT) is a volunteer based organization led by students and supervised by teachers. The purpose of the student leadership team is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership, organizational, communication, critical thinking and collaboration skills by planning and carrying out a variety of school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and global and community citizenship, the student leadership team acts as an intermediary between students and faculty to represent the voice of the student body at large. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.
The Student Leadership team is based upon the parliamentary procedures. Ideas are presented, voted upon and confirmed by the student body president(s) and implemented by the student leadership body. Any student that is interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the school are welcome to become involved.
Being a part of our school yearbook committee is a fun and rewarding experience where we visually capture and organize our school’s yearly memories in the annual yearbook. If you enjoy collaborating with others and have an eye for photography, layout and design then maybe our school yearbook is for you.