Northwood’s Science Olympiad team placed third overall at the Mira Loma Invitational held in Sacramento on Saturday, Jan 12. Thirty teams from schools across the nation competed in 24 events ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to Thermodynamics. The competition lasted over eight hours, consisting of
Northwood’s CubeSat Club contributed to the IPSF CubeSat program that made Irvine history on Monday, Dec. 3, launching the IRVINE02 satellite from Vandenburg, California, after a year of intense preparations. “It’s a huge task and I’m so proud of all the students and all the
Northwood’s National Organization for Women (NOW) club held a thrift sale on Dec. 12 to raise funds for domestic violence victims and shelters. Students purchased a variety of price-reduced clothing that was brought by students and all proceeds went towards Laura’s House domestic violence shelters.
With the end of the year approaching, Northwood dance students spectacularly showcased the results of months of hard work at their annual fall show Fallout XI on Nov. 29 and 30. Fallout was completely choreographed by students who relied on their own previous experiences. “The
Technology Club volunteers have gathered at NR Computer Learning Center headquarters every Saturday beginning Nov. 10 to help kids ages 8-12 explore technology and computer science. “I think it’s really easy to get intimidated by just raw code, and getting interest in the concepts early