We are excited to offer a variety of student clubs this year. To learn more or to sign up for a club, simply contact the teacher sponsor, sign up on Teams, or scan the QR code with your phone's camera.
A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) Club
Meetings: Tuesdays at Lunch in Room 501
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Aliwalas
Black Student Union
Interested in educating yourself about Anti-Racism, Diversity, inclusion, equity for all? Have a desire to fight social injustices and want to break down barriers, dismantle discrimination, racism and implicit biases?
Business Case Competition Club
A business case is a real-life problem that has been experienced by a business. Case Competitions are a team event where students work together to understand, analyze, and solve business problems. If you are interested in business and want to improve your presentation skills, this academic club is for you! Use join code on TEAMS: ol9bwhl
Encourage students to develop and strengthen both critical and creative thinking through learning strategic thinking "outside the box" by studying and playing chess.
Teaching students about meaningfully articulatins opinions, ideas, and logic in a structured debate setting. To encourage critical thinking while cultivating expertise in presenting critical analysis.
Meetings: Tuesdays at 3pm in Room 121
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Hayre and Mr. Norton
Teacher Sponsor: Mr. Misura
GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance)
Teacher Sponsor: Ms. Knopp
International Student Union
|Bringing together International and Local Students to create opportunities for cultural exchanges and help our new International Students navigate our school.|
Meetings: Mondays at 3:15pm in Room 123
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Mackie
Math Tutoring Club
Math tutoring club supports junior students who need help in Math. No need to sign up ahead of time, just show up.
Meetings: Monday to Thursday at Lunch in Room 120
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Mrs. Begg
Discussing the process of getting into the Medical Field including university applications and volunteer opportunities.
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Stipp
Meetings: Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 217
An educational simulation and/or academic competition in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations and United Nations all while participating in activities, attending workshops and conferences.
NS Investing Club
Members can learn how to invest in a fun and exciting manner. There will be different competitions, games, and outreach opportunities that will introduce students into the world of money. No prior experience necessary.
|North Surrey Muslim Student Association (NSMSA)||Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Kassem & Mr. Assad|
NSI (North Surrey Investigators)
Discussing the process of getting into and opportunities available in the Criminology Field.
Meetings: Mondays at 3pm in Room 505
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Shimmin
This club is for students with an interest in learning about and participating in outdoor activities and environmental stewardship. No previous experience necessary, everyone is welcome.
Meetings are Wednesdays at lunch in Room 116.
Peer Tutoring supports students who are having difficulty in learning. Purpose is to develop students tutoring and communication skills.
Meetings: Room 501 - Tuesdays Afterschool and Fridays at Lunch
Meetings: Mondays afterschool in Center Court
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ryan Sahota
Helping students set achievable goals to be successful in academics, relationships, and life. Meetings: Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 122
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Natsuhara
Right to Play
Right to Play is a global non-profit organization that "Educates and empowers youth through the power of play". Students in the RTP Club plan and run 4-5 playdays at local elementary schools throughout the year. Or use join code on TEAMS: cwq98xn
Robotics - Hephaestus 6390 Club
Students Design, Build, Program and Compete with large scale Robots in the FIRST Robotics league. This year-round club challenges it’s members in Engineering, Coding and Manufacturing. No experience is necessary and new members are encouraged to join.
Casual learning environment for students interested and passionate about science, experimenting and exploring concepts outside school classroom curriculum while enhancing their knowledge in the science field.
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Mr. Wilson and Mr. Verkaik
Ski and Snowboard Club
Are you ready to experience the adrenaline of ski and snowboarding? Join our teams by scanning the QR code.
Experience the mountain with your friends and learn how to ski or snowboard at the same time! Lessons will be provided. This club will take place at Mount Seymour.
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Knopp and Mr. Mattson
Students will organize and maintain the greenhouse, planting seasonal herbs, vegetables, and flowers for plant sales. All proceeds from sales will go toward charitable causes.
Spartans of Society (S.O.S.)
Our motto is “Service Above Self.”
SOS participates in social media awareness campaigns, fundraising and community service. Partnering with other clubs and student council on joint initiatives.
Meetings: Twice a month in Room 123
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. Hall
STEM Outreach Club
Club goal is to inspire young students to pursue their passion for science, technology, engineering and math by giving them a head start in learning, doing projects, experiments and guiding them to helpful resources. Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Mrs. Ohms & Ms. Jansen
Student Council is a structured group of students who are selected to represent their grades and the school. Council members are responsible for organizing & running events related to creating school spirit.
Theatre Club: Grade 8 Play Drama Club
Students in Grade 8 will have fun together and culminate in a final performance to be shared. Sr. Acting students will help with leadership and mentorship of our Grade 8 students.
Meetings: Mondays at 3pm in the Theatre
Teacher/Staff Sponsor: Ms. MacKenzie
Theatre Club: Improv Club
We have a Junior Improv Club and a Senior Improv Club. The senior students will help with leadership and mentorship of our junior students. The senior club is for grade 11 and 12 students and is led by Mr. Ebtekar on Friday's in the theatre from 3:15 to 5:00 pm. The Junior Improv Club is for Grade 8, 9 and 10 students
Meetings: Monday's in Portable 8 or the Theatre
Theatre Club: Musical Theatre
Calling all performing artists. Do you like singing, dancing, and acting or any combination of those? If yes, then musical theatre club is the place for you. We perform and have lots of fun doing it!
Meetings: Tuesday's & Thursday's at 3:15 in the Theatre
Theatre Club: Tech Theatre
Students in this club support the behind the scenes needs of the theatre productions, concerts, and assemblies happening at NSS. Lighting, Sound, Media/Video, Costumes, Props, Stage Management and Stage Crew are some of the fun positions that you can explore in this club.
Meetings: Wednesday's at 3pm in the Theatre
We Can Talk
A student-led organization that strives to foster & promote safe environments for students to discuss issues. Club plans to fundraise to help organizations with similar goals.