121 Reach
(Tutoring at RTMS)

Meets Wednesdays at 4:00 at River Trail. Dues: $10.  121Reach is a nonprofit, youth-led, youth-founded tutoring organization in which high school tutors mentor middle-school-aged tutees.

21st Century Leaders

Edwards - 604
Meets Mondays at 3:50 in room 604.  This group works to empower leaders at NHS by building leadership and business skills.  Students are involved with community projects, leadership events, workshops, and summer programs at colleges.

Academic Bowl Team

Kemp - 135   
Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:45 in room 135.  This is a competitive group that participates in academic bowl competition.

The Acrobatic Effect

Meets Friday mornings.  This club is for members with a passion for acrobatics to teach elementary school-aged children the fundamentals and basic skills of acrobatics and gymnastics.

Aid Special Citizens Club

Meets Thursday mornings as needed, at room 610. Dues: $10. Ten service hours required per semester.  Everyone is welcome to participate.  Members 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.


Meets Fridays at 4:00.  Members play games, watch anime, do workshops, and collaborate with people of similar interests.

Art Club

Gutierrez - 641
Meets every other Friday 3:45 in room 641.  Dues: $10.  All are welcome to come and share art, learn new styles and techniques, and work on projects.  You do not need to be taking art to join this club.  At a relaxed pace, we do various art projects such as mural painting, mask making, and portrait drawing.
ASTRA (Ability, Service, Training, Responsibility, and Achievement)

Peek and Pope
Meets Wednesdays 7:50 AM bimonthly at room 435.  The Club works on international and local service projects through increasing awareness, fundraising and service hours.  The club also participates in Northview projects and events.

Atlanta Food Bank Club 

 Benning - 104
Meets Wednesdays at 4:00 in room 104.  Dues: $10 (includes Club T-shirt)  collects food and grocery items to provide food to a wide range of people in need of food who suffer from hunger.  The first Food Drive Campaign will be held during the month of October and during the spring.  Club members will serve as volunteers at the Atlanta Community Food Bank Product Center/Pantry among other activities throughout the year.

Badminton Club

Sunjune Lee     
Meets Fridays at 3:50 in the gym. Members practice and play badminton at many different levels.

Beta Club

Meets Mondays at 7:45 in the auditorium.  Beta Club is a service club that promotes achievement, character, service, and leadership through volunteering opportunities and conventions in which to compete in several categories.

Black History Committee

 Agans and  Pope   
Meets Mondays at Ms. Pope’s room.  This committee is active through various ways, including introducing hosting a show and bringing guest speakers during Black History Month.  Its purpose is to introduce students to black culture and to raise money for local charities.

Bible Study

Janess - 202
Meets Tuesdays at 7:45 in room 409.  This group meets for fellowship and prayer.


J. Lee - 782
Meets Thursdays 3:45 in room 782.  Dues: $20.  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 movie or video contests, 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, videopalooza, field trips, a creative atmosphere, hands-on activities, and fun!

Car Club

Dixon - 331    
Meets Wednesdays at 7:45 in room 331.  This is a club for students with a common interest in cars, car media, and anything automotive.  The club will attend a monthly car show.

Charitable Children

Rodriguez  - 637
Meets Fridays at 8:00 in room 637. Charitable Children raises money for and awareness of the needs of Children’s Hospital. 


Kemp - 135
Meets Tuesday twice a month in room 135.  This group will represent NHS at chess events. They hope to encourage more interest in chess at Northview.

Chinese Culture Club

Wu - 602
Meets Mondays at 4:00 in room 602. Dues: $15.  Chinese Club welcomes anyone who is interested in Chinese culture.


Parr - 335
Meets Tuesdays at 8:00am.  The students will motivate the student body to be bold and express their faith in extraordinary ways, offering a shift from the pressures of high school.

Dance Team: Titan Attack

Meets Thursdays at 4:00 in the gym.  This dance team gives a chance for people to express themselves through dance.  It accepts a variety of dancers but pans to mainly focus on hip-hop style dancing.

Debate/Speech Team

Ulrich, Kohanim  - 506

Meets Mondays and Thursdays from 3:50-5:30 in room 601.  Dues are $100 for year; individual competitions have separate registration and judging fees.  The Debate Team is a competitive club that focuses on improving critical speaking and debating skills.  Students can choose to attend tournaments around the state and country during several weekends each year, but competition is not required.

Doctor Who Club

Bingham - 102
Meets Thursdays 4:00-5:00 after school in room 102.  This club watches and discusses Doctor Who.  It provides a forum for people to express their interest in science fiction media, and also has fun with games and activities related to the show.  It would like to introduce NHS students to foreign film and historical fiction.

ESPN – Español Para Niños

Horton - 638
Meets every other Wednesday afternoon.  The group teaches the younger children the basics of Spanish.  Along with interactive lessons and games, the club also provides the opportunity for the kids involved to build a brother/sister relationship with the volunteers.


Darling - 537
Meets Thursdays after school.  The Equestrian club members are active in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association.  They participate in several horseshows each year.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Barr, Parr, Lee
Meets Friday at 7:30 in the auditorium for doughnuts, worship, and a message.  This Is a national organization with a representative on staff with FCA in each district and a student led leadership team at each school.

Fencing Club

Meets Mondays from September to March, 4-6 PM
Dues: cost of fencing equipment.
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.


Watts - 541
Meets Thursday mornings at 7:45 in room 502.  FLOOD is a Christian student service club that is connected to an Atlanta-based organization by the same name whose focus is homelessness.  Club members agree to serve by helping with short-term mission projects which are specified by the organization.

French Club

Prince - 639

Meets Mondays or Wednesdays in room 639. This club celebrates the French language and culture.  Members play games, watch movies, and eat!  

Future Business Leaders
of America

McCall, Morgan,Chesser - 438
Meets Wednesdays at 8:00 or afternoons at 3:50.  Dues: $20
FBLA is a leadership organization through which students can gain business leadership and experience.  Members participate in fundraisers and are allowed the opportunity to compete in various business and computer events at the local, state, and national level. 

Future Educators of America

Peek - 210
Meets Thursdays 8:00 in room 435.  FEA promotes education and service.  They work to help others academically.  Students will plan several volunteering opportunities.

Gay Straight Alliance

Clements, Lake - 501
Meets Fridays at 8:00 in the Chorus room.  GSA is set up to raise awareness about the struggles many in the LGBTQ community face, and to show love, support, and acceptance to everyone.

German Club

Kemptner - 631
Meets once a month after school in room 631.  Dues $15.  German Club is a service organization that raises money for charities.  The club also experience German culture through planned events..

Glee Club ”Vocally Charged”          

Meets Wednesdays at 3:50 in the Chorus room.  Vocally Charged performs at its own concert as well as at the chorus concerts.  There are two groups of performers: 12 auditioned members make up the acapella group; non-auditioned members make up the pop vocal group.  See Mr. Clements for information.

Go Green Team (Recycling)

K. Thompson
Meets Thursdays at 3:50.  This group is responsible for the NHS recycling program through pick up as well as educating the school about recycling.


Barahona-Murphy - 636
Meets after school certain Fridays in room 636. Guide is a nonprofit, community service oriented organization. We plan to volunteer our time through some Saturday sessions that provide drawing and math enrichment tutoring programs to young Hispanics, low-income school children at different Fulton County Libraries nearby. While we help others, we will strengthen skills, our sense of community, and our responsibility towards others in need. Club fees $10.00 (includes T-Shirt).

Guitar Club

Meets Wednesdays after school.  Guitar club serves to not only teach peers how to play guitar, but to also provide a community to bond with each other through music.

Guitar/Piano Club

Meets Monday afternoons.  This club teaches guitar and piano skills, encouraging both beginners and experience players to improve their performance and technique.

HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association)

Rogers - 132
Meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month in room 132.  HOSA is a national organization which provides valuable insight into health-related careers.  Students will be able to compete in local, state, and national conferences to gain knowledge and learn skills in their specific health field.


Gregg - 132
Meets Tuesday mornings from 7:50 in room 208.  Humada supports the community and those in other countries such as India and Africa who are less fortunate.  Humada will give back by hosting several fundrasiers and a book drive.

Improvisation/Improv Club

Lake, McClain - 831
Meets Fridays at 4:00 in room 831 to play Improv games to work on improvisation skills.  No dues; no requirements to join.

Jewish Student Union

Zavlanos - 306
Meets Tuesdays twice a month at 7:45 in room 306.  Anyone is welcome to join to make new friends, learn about Jewish culture, and eat!

Junior Civitan

Dell - 403
Meets the first Tuesdays of each month (Jan and April – second Tuesday) at 8:00 in room 404 or 540.  Junior Civitan’s purpose is to provide personal and career development opportunities while encouraging service to the community.  The focus of the Northview Junior Civitan Club will be on helping people with developmental disabilities.  The Junior Civitan Club is sponsored by the Johns Creek Civitan Club.  For more information visit


R. Brown - 305
Meets Thursdays at 8:00 AM in room 331.  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 any time.  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 tam 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.


Brown, Hart, Rogers

Meets biweekly.  Application required. 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.

Key Club International

Stienecker and Whitlatch - 223
Meets every other Thursday after school at 3:50. Dues $20. Key Club International (a part of Kiwanis 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" 

Korean Culture Club

S. Lee and Yashina

Meets every other Wednesday in the media center.  This club helps out the Korean community by volunteering at events and making people more aware of Korean culture. Guest speakers are invited to meetings.

Latin Club

David - 602

Invitation only – Limited to Latin Class students

Making a Difference

Rodriguez - 637

Meets every other Wednesday in room 637. Students will discuss and plan events that will “make a difference.” Some contributions include volunteering and fundraising for causes, visiting kids in the hospital, and giving back during the holiday season. The students will also participate by cleaning up around Northview at each meeting.

Make-a-Wish Youth Foundation

Rogers - 132

Meets 1st and 3rd Wednesdays in room 132.

Math Team

Stone,  Daas -301
Our Northview Math Team meets weekly to discuss famous mathematics problems that are not necessarily discussed within the normal school curriculum. Students teach and challenge each other to grow in knowledge. We attend several mathematics tournaments during the school year, co-host our own tournament, and compete in several state and national competitions that are held after school. Meetings are held Thursday afternoons
Dues are $20

Medical Society

Bingham - 102
Meets Wednesday after school (4 PM) 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.

Middle Eastern Culture Club


Meetings TBA.  The Middle Eastern Culture club meets to introduce students to the culture of the Middle East through its food, language, everyday life, and travel.

Mock Trial

Lake - 501
Meets Tuesdays, 4:00 – 6:00 in room 501 (other days as needed). Mock Trial is a competitive team and will host tryouts in December.

Model United Nations


Meets Wednesdays at 4:00 at room 606.  Model UN is an academic simulation of United Nations to educate participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy, and the United Nations agenda.

Music Production

Pidgeon - 233
Meets Wednesday 4:00 in room 233 The group will work with studio software to teach fundamentals in audio editing.

Northview Cancer Society

Meets Wednesday mornings at Room 638.  This club will work with the American Cancer Society by volunteering at various events and raising money that will be donated to the society.

Northview Chamber Music Society

Meets selected Tuesday afternoons at 4:00 PM. 
This club exists for band, chorus, and orchestra 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 - 831
Lake - 501
NTC is a group of students who produce our main stage (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.

Operation Smile

Meets Monday 3:50 in room 508.  This group raises money and awareness for a non-profit organization that provides free surgeries for kids who have cleft lip, cleft palate, and other facial deformities.

Origami Service Club

Gloede - 232
Meets Mondays 4:00.  The club gives students the opportunity to learn how to fold origami figures while learning the algorithms involved in the design of a figure from one piece of paper with no cuts. The members will also volunteer to teach origami to senior citizens.

Outdoors Club

Wilkens - 536
First Monday of the month at 3:45pm in room 536. The Outdoors Club is designed to bring students closer to nature.  The club attends five trips per year, including camping, hiking, cooking, river rafting, and exploring.  The club will create lasting bonds and friendships. 

PAWS (Protecting Animal Welfare Society)

Tucker - 104
Meets Tuesday at 3:45 in room 104. This group volunteers at the GASPCA shelter and Petsmart on adoption days. The group plans to have two fundraisers this year to benefit the shelter.

Philosophy Club

Meets Mondays after school in room 606.  Dues: 5$.  The club’s purpose is to discuss various topics and the ideas of various philosophers.


Anderson - 332
Meets Thursday 7:45 in room 304. This club will work on several aspects of photography and focus on subjects every meeting.  We work to improve each individual’s expo

Programming Club

Chesser - 788
Meets Tuesdays 4:00 in Room 788.This club promotes the knowledge of computer science by teaching the Java, Flash and various other languages.

Project RAIN

Bingham - 102
Meets Thursday 8:00 AM in room 102.  RAIN stands for Retirement homes, Assisted Living facilities, Independent Living facilities, and Nursing homes.  These members will volunteer on the weekends at local facilities to play games, do crafts, and read with the elderly. 

Project Darasani

Meets Wednesdays, 7:45 AM, 3:50 PM.  Project Darasani fundraises and collects school supplies to send to schools in Africa through multiple fundraisers and drives.

Reading Bowl

Paul - Media Center
Meets TBA in the media center.  This group will read numerous books and then participate in competitions.

Red Cross Club

Meets 3:50 in room 782.  Red Cross educates the student body about emergency preparedness and uses resources from the American Red Cross to help people contribute to the community and possibly interest them in pursuing a career in health.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

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

Meets Monday afternoons at 4:00 PM. Dues $25.This team of students is dedicated to exploration of science and to the pursuit of knowledge within the vast universe.  Members compete in a variety of events which reflect true scientific collaboration. 

Sewa (Service for Humanity – Bhutanese refugee relief)

Meaders - 337
Meets Monday 4:00 in room 337. Dues $15. Sewa means “service” in Sanskrit; pronounced “Say-Wah.. Sewa is a community service oriented club that specializes in the resettlement of Bhutanese Refugees in Clarkston, GA. We obtain Grady healthcare cards, tutor, and fundraise to improve the quality of life for all the people who fled to the US from concentration camps and civil war.

Spanish Club

Barahona - Murphy, Gutierrez - 636 & 638

Meets once after school and once in the morning, twice a month in room 636638. Dues $10
Open to all students with an interest in the Spanish heritage and culture who want to use Spanish to contribute to the community.

Talk Girl Effect

Pope - 539
Meets Thursday at 3:50 in room 539.  This group of girls will meet to find ways to make a difference in the lives of women and girls around the world.  The club is connected to two national organizations.

TSA/Techno Titans Robotics Club

Olney - 790

Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:00-7:00, and Saturdays 8:00-11:00 in Room 796 and 790
Dues: $50/year

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


Pope - 539
Meets Wednesday 3:45 in room 539.  Named for the organization from which its content is drawn, this club combines polemic and controversial debates of the former TED club with the truth seeking Socratic seminars of philosophy club.  Students can voice opinions and ideas pertaining to the humanities. 

Titan to Titan

Dixon, Alhadeff - 337
Meets in Mr. Dixon’s room, Wednesdays at 8:00.  Titan to Titan helps welcome new kids to the school by providing mentorship, and helps with various events such as orientation.

Toast Masters

Marinelli - 610
Meets Mondays at 3:45.  Toast Masters gathers to encourage students to feel more comfortable with public speaking.  Students will practice speaking in front of other club members.

Tutors in Action

Pope - 539
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. Interested tutors should see Ms. Upton

21st Century Leaders

Edwards - 432
Meets Mondays at 3:45 in Ms. Edwards room. Open to all students that are interested in developing leadership skills through community service activities. 

Ultimate Frisbee

Weinberger - 407
Meets Friday after school (4:00-6:00) on available practice field. Intramural sport/club; no dues unless the student attends a  Tournament (one or two each spring)

Project UNIFY

Gregg, Leja - 407
Project Unify is a club that will help with Special Olympic events and Special Olympics, equestrian division.  The club will also fundraise to help Special Olympics’ funds as well as Special Olympics Equestrian events.  Will be giving hands/help to Rising Hope Farm.


Anderson - 332 
Meets Thursday 7:45 in room 304. Vibha means "Brightness", in Sanskrit, usually associated with children. Vibha is a national charity that collects funds through annual events and fundraisers. There are action centers throughout America, and one here in Atlanta. The main aim is to educate and empower underprivileged children in India  through projects in the fields of education, healthcare and vocational training.


Weinberger - 407
Meets Wednesday 3:50 in room 407. Will-to-Live plans to support Willstock, Will-to-Live 5K, and the Out of Darkness Walk, as well as other charities throughout the year.


Hunt, Henderson
Meets Mondays at 3:45 in room 504, and Wednesdays at 8:00 in room 305.  Club WISH is a chapter of Simone’s Kids, and is sponsored by Aid for Africa.  Club WISH plans to help alleviate the effects of poverty as well as provide aid to underdeveloped areas in Uganda.

Youth Empowerment Society (YES)

Meets every other Thursday 7:50 in room 635. This club works to improve members' lives physically, mentally, and emotionally. We do Yoga, Pranayam, and Life skills. Pranayam is different breathing techniques which can be a cure for mane problems and a stress-reliever. Members also discuss healthy habits and alternative medicine. Use about their ways of life.

Honor Societies

Beta Club


Meets Mondays at 7:45 in the auditorium.  Beta Club is a service club that promotes achievement, character, service, and leadership through volunteering opportunities and conventions in which to compete in several categories.

International Thespian Society


The International Thespian Society is an international honor society for students who demonstrate 100+ hours of excellence in high school theatre. Thespians attend a state-wide conference every February and participate in community service activities including their annual charity drive for "Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat."  ITS inductions are held in December and April; interested students will fill out an application to be reviewed by Mrs. Lake and Mr. McClain.

National Honor Society


The National Honor Society (NHS) is an academic club. Membership is by invitation only. The purpose of the NHS is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in all students of Northview High School. Juniors and Seniors who have a cumulative average of 92 on a scale of 100 at the conclusion of Fall Semester will be invited to submit a portfolio illustrating excellence in academics, leadership, service, and character for use in the selection process. Once a student is inducted, he/she must maintain the high standards by which he/she was selected. Members must attend meetings and fulfill service commitments. Requirement for membership: 92 or higher cumulative average and invitation to join Dues: $30

National Art Honor Society


The National Art Honor Society is an art achievement society.  Membership is by invitation.  Candidates must have been in attendance for at least one semester in art at NHS with an art scholarship average of an A plus receive a nomination from the art faculty based on the candidate’s art scholarship, service, and character.  The society is service oriented with member helping the school and community with various art projects.  Club Dues: $10

National Chinese Honor Society


The National Chinese Honor Society recognizes those accomplished high school students who study Chinese as the second language. The National Chinese Honor Society is not only a scholastic organization but also promotes and recognizes those with good citizenship, leadership quality, and community service among qualified students. The society’s goal is to encourage its members to become life-long knowledge seekers to reach a better understanding to the Chinese language and culture, to be able to play the active role as the builders of the twenty-first century. Dues:$10

National English Honor Society


Carr - 501

The National English Honor Society recognizes excellence in Language Arts. Students taking AP Literature are eligible to become members.  The society strives to promote literacy through service.  Twenty service hours related specifically to literacy are required by each member.  Dues: $30.

National French Honor Society

Francisse, Prince

The Société Honoraire de Français (SHF) aims to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of achievement, to create enthusiasm for and an understanding of francophone cultures, to promote and perpetuate international friendship, and to reward efforts toward furthering solidarity in the French speaking world. Duties associated with the society include promotion and support of charities affecting the francophone world. Dues: $15.

National German Honor Society


The purpose of the National German Honor Society is to recognize high school scholastic achievement in the study of German and to promote interest in the study of the German language, literature, and culture.  The organization is a national educational honorary society of the study of high school German and is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG). Students must have a 3.0 overall, over 3 semesters of taking German and a 3.6 in their German grades.  In addition, they must attend 3 meetings per semester and complete 30 community service hours, 20 of which must be for Northview.  NHS Delta Epsilon Phi has served both community and school by raising money for Juvenile Diabetes, Tanner’s Totes, Relay for Life, volunteering at Boo at the Zoo in Atlanta, serving free hot chocolate to students in the winter and cleaning display cabinets at NHS.  They are dedicated to service. Dues: $10.

National Spanish Honor Society


The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (SHH) is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese(AATSP).The purpose of the society is to recognize high achievement of high school students in the Spanish and Portuguese languages and to promote a continuing interest in Hispanic and Portuguese studies.Community service is mandatory.  Dues are $8.00

National Science Honor Society