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Fun clubs on campus

Have nothing to do at lunch? Don’t worry, Northwood has a variety of clubs everyday during lunch to suit the interests of every student. Be sure to check out these clubs with your friends:

Career Club: Through insightful guest speakers, Career Club aims to help students understand what it is like to truly work and become educated in a specific career field. Stop by the College and Career Center on the last Tuesday of every month to broaden your perspective in your transition between high school and the next chapter in your life. The club will also be promoting hands-on internships and programs specific to the field of interest presented for students to gain experience for themselves.

Kulture Klub: Do you love Korean barbecue and want to experience more of Korea? Come to Room 934 every Wednesday to join a community of students who are interested in Korean culture including Korean food, K-pop, K-drama, K-movies, Korean shows and the Korean language. Northwood High School’s Kulture Klub is more than just your regular serving of kimchi, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about Korean culture!

Computer Science Club: This club gathers in Room 931 every Friday to discuss various topics in computer science ranging from logic puzzles to high-level algorithms. Members will have the opportunity to pursue computer science through interactive presentations, games and its annual county-wide Dave Wittry Memorial Programming Contest held during the spring semester.

Red Cross Club: Interested in helping those in need? Drop by Room 922 every even Wednesday to learn about ways to get involved in helping those who are devastated by emergencies. Working with the American Red Cross, Red Cross Club raises money and hosts volunteer events at local hospitals and the Orange County Chapter, including their three annual on-campus blood drives.

Engineering Club: A community built around creativity, problem solving and hands-on learning, this club fosters experience in the field of engineering and its relevance in the developing world. Check them out in Room 1024 every Tuesday to take part in informative lessons, collaborative projects and demonstrations. The club will also be hosting guest lectures and competitive opportunities for students to develop their interest.

A Capella Club: Couldn’t fit choir into your schedule this year? Don’t worry! A Capella Club has got you covered. Whether you are a novice or professional singer, stop by Room 502 every Friday to show off your voice and make new friends. You will learn about music theory, develop singing techniques, and even have the opportunity to perform before choir concerts to earn community service hours. Don’t miss out!

Here are some other clubs that you might be interested in joining.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA): Meets in Room 1227 every other Wednesday.

2D3D CAD Club: Meets in Room MC1 every even Thursday and even Friday.

One Goal: Meets in Room 1027 every Wednesday.

Yoga Club: Meets in Room 1003 every Friday.

Interlude: Meets in Room 501 every odd Thursday.

Technology Club: Meets in Room 1125 every Friday.