Experience Pines Pride!
Participating in high school activities is an excellent way to help build strong core values, time management skills, sense of community and citizenship.
The Northland Pines School District Co-Curricular Activities Code Handbook has been developed to help students and parents/guardians understand procedures and regulations for participation in all extracurricular activities.
This is a club where students compete in scholastic competitions while experiencing the challenges of individual and team events.
ACT (Yellow Ribbon)
Suicide prevention awareness Council dedicated to the education of staff and students regarding suicide prevention and providing support to those who may need it.
Mrs. Price – Room 2204
Provides educational opportunities for students and the surrounding community in sustainable organic gardening which will promote holistic health and support local needs.
DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America)
Prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. Merchandise with school logo can be purchased.
Helps students build their public speaking skills, self-confidence, and they also get to have a lot of fun.
Mrs. Tilley – Room 2211
Experience German outside of the classroom in a fun atmosphere with your friends!
Mrs. Stuber – Room 2109
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
Promotes career opportunities for knowledge, skill, and leadership development in the health care industry.
Mrs. Justice – Room 1211
Be a part of a full-scale musical production through acting, singing, dancing, pit orchestra, or technical crew.
Mrs. Janssen – H.S. Choir Room
National History Day
Explore the interesting events in history, travel to Madison for research, and complete for scholarships.
National Honor Society
Students demonstrate their all-around ability to balance school activities with the community. Inducted NHS members work on Chapter Events and Service Projects.
One Act Play (Fall)
Join a cast and crew which performs in a short traveling competition play with other Wisconsin theater programs.
Mrs. Gussert – (715) 479-4473 ext. 4225
This is an organization where students come together and promote social connectivity and outreach for people with special needs.
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
Students come together and focus on decision making skills and empowering themselves to lead productive lives.
Geared to prepare students for careers in trade, technical, and skilled service occupations. Meetings conducted every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.
Mr. Fuller – Room 1102
Take Spanish as an elective and be a member of the Spanish Club. You will begin learning a language spoken by more than 34 million people in the United States.
Mrs. Weber – Room 2111
As a part of council, students develop leadership skills, plan student activities, and address student issues and concerns about school.
Mrs. Tilley – Room 2211
Students help their peers make responsible decisions and be accountable for their actions.
Mr. Tilley – H.S. Office
Trap Shooting Club
Take aim and be a part of the skeet shooting organization formed in 2012. Participate in virtual shoots and practices at several ranges.
Mr. Lehman – Room 1107
Join Yearbook and support your class, and all school events by helping to put your yearbook together throughout the year.
Mr. Olivotti – Room 2203