The Peer Leaders club is one full of universal energy for helping the school community. Although it requires much responsibility, commitment, and enthusiasm, these peer leaders take on the task every day, acting as a resource and a ‘peer’ to their fellow classmates.
The Thespian Society includes the “Bang Bang You’re Dead” production, the Improv Club, while also sponsoring the Fall Drama. The students of the Thespian Society have worked hard year after year to put on incredibly well delivered performances for our student body.
Model United Nations (MUN), one of North’s most established and prominent clubs, consists of over 70 kids who are passionate about public speaking, international relations, and politics. Due to the new virtual instruction during this pandemic, MUN’s officers have been faced with numerous challenges that threaten the functionality of their club.
The South Asian American Student Association, more commonly known as SAASA, is one of High School North’s most populous clubs. Every Memorial Day weekend, 300 students from all different ethnicities come together to put on performances showcasing a year’s worth of effort and practice.
One of High School North’s newest and most socially impactful groups is the HSN Shades Club. The group was founded this past spring, as ongoing protests about police brutality and calls for racial equality saw a major uptick in media coverage with the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.
For all interested in combining finance and community service, Small Step Loans, a new club in West Windsor-Plainsboro launched this past August, is a perfect opportunity to get involved in giving back to those struggling around the world.
Indeed, the pandemic has impacted the operation of the clubs here in the North. . Recently, I had the chance to talk to the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) club president Justin Epstein about his club and its goals for the future in a virtual environment.