Below you will find a listing of many of the extracurricular clubs and activities that North Pittt High School offers for students to enjoy. Visit the club's website for more information!
For interested students of the visual arts, this club seeks to deepen awareness of local and regional art exhibitions and offerings. Increase visual literacy within the school and community. Encourage talented students to continue exploring their own art skills.
Battle of the Books
Battle of the Books is a voluntary reading club for students. The purpose is to encourage students to read high quality books and have fun while competing with peers. A student participates by reading from the book list provided for that year's Battle of the Books. The school battles are held in March or April.
Career and Technical Education Honor Society
The CTE Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students who have proven to be outstanding in their achievements in the CTE courses they have taken. These areas include Business, Allied Health Science, Family and Consumer Science, and Trade & Industrial Education. Students are invited to become a member of the Society after they have met certain criteria. Students are nominated during their junior or senior years on the basis of their scholarship, citizenship, and leadership.
Club MERC (Making, Engineering, Robotics & Coding)
Open to all interested students. For students interested in robotics, computer coding or engineering. During club meetings students get hands on time with various robotics.
Common Ground is meant to be a safe haven/support group for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies.
Open to all students interested in Theatre Arts. The club exposes students to ensemble acting skills, as well as technical theatre skills. Club members help with all Theatre performances both in acting and backstage duties
F.C.A. (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)
Meets before school. Open to all students
F.C.C.L.A. (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)/
Provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities. Must have taken a FACS course (Foods, Culinary, Parenting, Principles of Family, Interior Design or Personal Finance) and made at least a B for the final average or currently enrolled with good standing
Future Farmers of America is open to all students interested in learning about careers and opportunities in the agricultural industry. Members have an opportunity to participate in regional and state leadership competitions.
F.O.R. (Friends of Rachel)
Friends of Rachel Club is dedicated to creating an atmosphere of kindness and compassion within the school and community. Students are expected to develop, implement, and participate in meetings and projects that align with club goals.
F.R.E.S.H. (Friends Reaching Out Encouraging Student Help)
The mission of the club is to provide students with peer guidance through activities and social encounters that will bring to light inner personalities and forming new bonds
G.E.A.R. Up (Gaining Early Awareness Readiness Undergraduate Programs)
Invitation Only. Supporting and preparing students for post-secondary education and careers
HOSA is a national student organization endorsed by the US Dept. of Education and the Health Science Technology Education Division of ACTE. HOSA's mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health occupations instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSTE-HOSA partnership.
JROTC is a leadership development course in which students are encouraged and given the opportunity to be involved in school and community activities.
(Leading & Achieving Distinction in Everyday Settings)
The goal of the program is to help 20-25 girls increase their grades and cope with personal or social issues that impede their success while decreasing absences and discipline referrals.
Link Crew is a high school transition program designed to increase freshman success. Upperclassmen are trained to act as positive role models and mentors for freshmen.
National Honor Society
The NHS is a nationally recognized organization that acknowledges students of exceptional scholarship and character. Students are invited to apply for induction into the society in their junior or senior year if they have a 3.5 GPA or higher. In addition to scholarship, the students must be able to document school and community services and leadership activities, and be of outstanding character. Induction is held at the beginning of the first semester.
National Art Honor Society
Open to students who have a high interest in the visual arts field, community service and maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher. Students must have completed a visual arts class to apply for membership. Students will participate and document community and art-based service hours throughout the school year. *Required application for membership
A committee under the direction of the prom advisers sponsor the prom each year in honor of the senior class. Refreshments, decorations, and entertainment are provided. The prom committee is selected by the committee advisers; all juniors and seniors are invited to attend the event.
This club is for students who are interested in creating & recording their own music and learning how to operate the recording studio in the media cente
SADD's mission is to empower young people to successfully confront the risks and pressures that challenge them. We focus on peer - to - peer education to foster a sense of belonging and promotes leadership.
Science National Honor Society
SNHS will be the prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America. Requirements: 3.5 GPA in Science Courses; enrollment in at least one honors/AP level science course for each year (9-12); already completed or currently enrolled in Chemistry. ****Students may join Science Club without meeting the above criterion, but they are only awarded a Jr. membership status until inducted into the Honor Society.
S.A.L.T. (Student Athlete Leadership Team)
Must be current athlete and nominated by coach. Work with Coach Goddard on leadership opportunities in our school and community
SGA ( Student Government Association)
The role of the student government association is to get students involved in the principles of a democratic government and the responsibilities of the individual. Students are encouraged to develop good citizenship, become involved in student activities planning, and to create an open and inviting relationship among students, faculty, and administration.
Student Government Association
Skills USA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. They strive to help each student excel. Regional and State competitions are participated in.
Members of SMILE will develop a Positive Self-Awareness about what it takes to become a Confident and Self Assured student that can exhibit Constructive and Appropriate Behaviors in school and community to help establish them as a leader. Each member is to remember and recognize that they are Made for Incredible Living Everyday!
SophistiCATS Dance Line and PAWfection Dance Team
Membership is through audition only. Members perform at school and community functions.
Open to all students that have been enrolled in Spanish, with a "C" average. The goal of the club is to promote the Spanish heritage and increase awareness of cultural diversities.
TAMAS (Teen Age Mothers Achieving Success)
Open to all teenage girls that have children or who are pregnant to learn life skills.
Turning Points USA
A nonpartisan organization with the goal of educating students on the principles of free markets, fiscal responsibility and limited government
Group for at risk young men by PCC. Young men are recommended based on factors including grades/attendance and others.