CLUB DIRECTORY


Name Contacts Meetings Description
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121 ReachRidhi Ajmera and Rishika Singh
Ms. Farris

-Wednesdays
-4:00 PM
-Rivertrail Middle School

121 Reach dedicates its time to go to Rivertrail Middle School and help middle schoolers in various subjects as well as organization skills. This club aids in the struggles that middle schools might experience.
Aces for AbbeyMorgan White and Piper Chans
Mr. James

-Thursdays
-7:45AM
-Room 333

Aces for Abbey holds a volleyball tournament annually to fundraise for a college scholarship awarded to boy or girl, who exemplifies a positive attitude and good sportsmanship.
American Politics Club Shane Mumma
Mr. Kamibayashi and Mr. James

Flexible, text @us-politic to 81010 for official dates

The American Politics Club uniquely offers Northview students from across the American political spectrum the opportunity to respectfully debate prominent and controversial topics pertaining to domestic and foreign U.S. policy in addition to offering volunteer opportunities for students to charitably assist their fellow Americans.
American Sign Language (ASL)Nidah Arman
Ms. Dalton

-Wednesdays
-After school
-Ms. Dalton's Room

American Sign Language is dedicated to improving sign language communication skills. With this skill, members have the ability to create a more accessible environment for the hearing impaired.
Amnesty InternationalFarhan Juneja
Mr. Stadler

-Wednesdays
-4PM
-Room 636

Amnesty International Club is affiliated with the non-profit organization Amnesty International, which spreads awareness for human rights. Members participate in an annual fundraiser and a southern regional conference.
Anime ClubBrittany Neil
Mr. Henderson

-Fridays (Mondays for 2 months)
-3:45 PM
-Room 305

Anime Club is a place for those anime fanatics or novice anime fans to let loose and express their love for anime whether it be through playing games, watching anime, or just to hang out with friends.
Becca's Closet: Pass your SparkleCaroline G. Custis
Ms. Sun

-Tuesdays or Wednesdays
-7:30 AM
-Room 604

Becca's Closet: Pass your Sparkle is dedicated to collecting dresses for girls who aren't fortunate enough to pay for their own prom or homecoming dresses.
Black History ClubChristyn Carr
Ms. Pope

-Tuesdays
-3:45PM
-Room 507

The Black History club unites all people to discuss racial history. Members join to celebrate black history and inform the school about black history during Black History Month and a field trip to a civil rights museum.
Books for AfricaMorgan Spencer
Mr. Yarbrough

-7:45 AM
-Room 541

Books for Africa collects unused resources and directly distributes these resources to foreign countries. Members make an impact on not only their community for participating, but also on people far from them.
Bring Smiles to OrphansCharlie Yang and Grace Yu
Ms. Janess

-Wednesdays/Mondays
-7:30AM
-Room 407

Bring Smiles to Orphans provides opportunities for students to reach out to underprivileged orphans. The club organizes fundraisers and donation drives to send to these children.
Chess ClubNithin Daniel
Mr. Kemp

-Thursdays
-7:45 AM
-Room 135

Chess Club provides a fun learning experience for players of all levels. It helps develop analytical skills and team spirit. It seeks to develop interest in chess among the titans and compete in state and national tournaments to represent Northview.
Children's Hunger FundMichele Kim
Mr. Dixon

-Wednesdays
-7:45AM
-Room 337

Through fundraisers and the Project Coin Pak project, Children's Hunger Fund allows members to be proactive in their community in order to feed as many families as possible. The club's purpose is to raise money and feed children and their families.
Chinese Culture ClubChristie Chow and Jina Lee
Ms. Zou

-Fridays
-3:30 PM
-Room 641

Chinese Culture club spreads knowledge about Chinese culture through the use of games, activities, and traditional food. It provides an opportunity to broaden one's horizons and unites students of all backgrounds to learn about aspects of Chinese culture that define many of the students in the school.
Chinese Yo-Yo ClubBettina Lin
Ms. Wong

-Tuesdays
-Afterschool
-Media Center Lab

The Chinese Yo-Yo Club is for students to develop interest in the use of the Chinese Yo-Yo and allows the school to have knowledge about this culture. The Chinese Yo-Yo is an art, a skill, and exercise, and a talent.
Conspiracy Theory ClubNikita Tallapally and Payal Fadnis
Ms. Francisse

-Thursdays
-after school
-Room 639

Conspiracy Theory Club explores theories pertaining to government, modern medicine, celebrities, and aliens. The club provides an opportunity to practice research, debate, and speaking skills in a fun and open environment.
Criminology and Criminal LawBrandon Kim
Ms. Janess

-Mondays
-3:45 PM
-Room 407

Criminology and Criminal Law revolves around the concept of human law, specifically criminal law. It helps develop the minds of students who are interested in understanding deviant criminal/human minds and how people think.
Dead Poet's SocietyAbigail Page
Mr. Carroll

-Every other Monday
-Afterschool
-Room 782

Dead Poets Society is centered on the love of poetry. Its purpose is to engage students with writings of past poets as well as their own writing encouraging their own styles of writing as well as their peers.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)Elizabeth Burton and Nick Beard
Ms. Evans

-Fridays
-7:40 AM
-Blackbox Theatre

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is for students who have a love for sports but is also a Christian who loves Jesus! This club impacts students through coaches, friends, and other athletes.
First Aid for AllAbi Yamani
Ms. Wong

-Wednesdays
- 7:45 AM
- Media Center Lab

FAFA is a part of the successful student led organization by the same name. FAFA makes and distributes first aid kits to third world countries. It engages students to get involved in the organization and to help the community.
Fishing ClubStephen Riechel
Mr. Lumpkin

-Room 104

Fishing club gives students the chance and ability to learn about the sport of fishing as well as giving students a chance to experience the outdoors. It brings together the particular Northview fishing community together.
Gay-Straight AllianceAmanda Waller
Ms. Lake

-Friday
-7:50 AM
-Room 501

The Gay-Straight Alliance or GSA is the Georgia Organization of LGBTQ+ community that's made available to high-schoolers to bring unity between those within the LGBTQ+ community.
German ClubConstatin Claasen
Ms. Muck-Batticks

-Wednesdays
-7:40AM - 8:10AM
-Room 631

German club aims to learn more about the German culture rather than the actual language and grammar. This club immerses the students in the German culture and leaves the grammar rules for in-class.
Girls in STEMMaria Vinokurskaya
Mr. Kemp

-Every Thursdays/Wednesdays before first Sunday of the month
-Room 132

Girls In STEM provides monthly sessions for elementary and middle school girls to engage themselves in experiments and other hands-on activities that high school mentors prepare and plan out.
Global AmbassadorsNeed Sandell and Causal Ganoiuota
Mr. James

-Fridays
-7:50 AM
-Room 33

Global Ambassadors dedicates its time to help kids with special needs through fundraisers and distribution of technology that enables kids in third world countries to lead full and purposeful lives.
Guide ClubMichelle Pang
Ms. Sun

-First Wednesdays of each month
-7:45 AM
-Room 604

Guide Club provides tutors to those under privileged kids in the Norcross area to improve education standards and to help in the development of the community.
Habitat for HumanityKatarina Amelchento and Sonia Kalia
Ms. Darling

-Thursdays twice a month
-8:00 AM
-Room 504

Habitat for Humanity helps homeless families build their homes through fundraisers. Their mission is to help homeless families by building/funding new homes.
Happy Hands Happy HeartsTyler Cato
Ms. Weatherford

- Thursdays
8:00 AM
Room 406

Happy Hands Happy Hearts helps specifically the new CBI and existing special education students so that these students can easily integrate into Northview.
HopeSakeena Haider
Ms. Evans

-Wednesdays
-7:45 AM
-Room 539

Hope works with refugees from Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, and other countries by providing donations that include clothing, kitchen supplies, school supplies, etc. It helps families stationed in Atlanta who have run out of food stamps and spread awareness of their conditions.
ICareMissionTejas Mirthipati
Ms. Rodriguez

-Thursdays
-7:45 AM
-Room 637

ICareMission conducts eye camps, takes monetary donations, collects eye glasses, and sponsors retinal and cataract surgeries to help the disadvantaged.
ImprovAnia Thomas
Ms. Lake

-Fridays
-3:30 PM
-Blackbox

Improv club is organized to provide students with a safe, fun environment to improv. It enables the students of Northview to fully express themselves and exercise the creative parts of their minds.
In Christ AloneTife Abimbola and Callie Christianson
Ms. Reilly

-Two Wednesdays every month
-3:45 PM

In Christ Alone creates a family of believers in Christ whom will help strengthen and uplift one another in our daily lives and communities.
International Youth Fellowship (IYF)Ruth Lim
Mr. Brown

-Mondays
-3:40PM
-Mr. Brown's Room

The IYF is an organization that gives hope to the youth of the world through world camps that hold special innovative activities and lectures that creates a healthy mind for the youth.
Jewels 4 JewelsShirin Kuppusamy and Anita Zhang
Ms. Darling

-Tuesdays (maybe Wednesdays)
-7:45 AM
Ms. Darlings Room

Jewels 4 Jewels hand-make jewelry and sell it to donate the profits to the Nepal Education Fund. It helps students relax and pursue an artistic passion while teaching students marketing skills to arrange and staff sales.
JROTCDavid J. Lee
Mr. Henderson

-Wednesdays and Fridays
-3:30 PM
-Room 305

JROTC informs students of the enlisting process as well as the experience you would encounter while attending a military college.
Junior Classical LeagueJessica Cho
Ms. Crawford

-Select Wednesdays
-Afterschool
-Room 602

The Junior Classical League is a branch of the National Junior Classical League that comprises of Latin students. This club encourages an interest in and an appreciation of the language, literature, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome.
KaleidoscopeEun Gee (Lindsey) Yang
Ms. Rogers

-Thursdays
-Afterschool
-Room 132

Kaleidoscope is Northview's multicultural club that promotes unity through diversity. This club volunteers, organizes International Night, and welcomes/learns from others who represent different cultures.
Liberty In North KoreaJuli Lim
Ms. Yi

-Wednesdays
-3:30PM
-Media Center

LINK is affiliated with the main organization that is based in California and focuses on aiding those who are unable to escape North Korea. LINK at Northview dedicates its times to fundraise money for the organization to help sponsor the refugees when safely located.
MDJuniorSneer Chauhan and Pooka Vikraman
Ms. Bingham

-Tuesdays
-Afterschool
-Room 102

MDJunior is associated with the national MDJunior organization. Through this organization, MDJunior at Northview receives information on colleges, has guest speakers, and host volunteering opportunities for students interested in the medical field.
MedikidAshitha Dama
Ms. Francisse

-Thursdays (once a month)
-Afterschool
-Room 639

Medikid directs their attention on holding fundraisers and other events to raise money for various non-profit organizations that focus on treating rare disorders in children.
MIT Launch ClubAmanda Badari and Richa Sehgal
Mr. Anderson

-Fridays (Once every two weeks)
-Afterschool
-Room 332

MIT Launch Club teaches entrepreneurship to high school students using hands-on activities that simulate real-world situations with the help of MIT Mentors.
Model United NationsKatrina Amelchenko and Amman Suparinala
Mr. Brown

-Mondays and Wednesdays
-3:30 PM
-Media Center

Model United Nations devotes their time to discussing real UN policies and resolutions for real world problems to create a simulation of the actual UN.
Muslim Student AssociationAbdullah Shah
Mr. Lumpkin

-First Fridays of every month
-Morning
-Room 104

The Muslim Student Association allows Northview students to unite to form a supportive Muslim community that aims to educate the Northview community about Islam.
NaatyaDivya Umapathy
Ms. Niehaus

-Wednesdays
-3:40PM
-Room 336

Naatya combines the three most popular classical dance art forms of India, Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathak. This club enables students to immerse themselves in the Indian culture and talent.
Northview BadmintonShruti Chitluri
Ms. Browning

-First Monday of every month
-3:30PM
-Cafeteria or Aux Gym

Northview Badminton dedicates their time to playing badminton in tournaments, practice sessions. Not only are rackets and nets provided, but the practice sessions can help in learning how to play badminton also.
Northview Chamber Music SocietyJulia Lu and Mehal Churiwal
Mr. Aucoin

-Wednesdays
-3:30PM
-Orchestra Room

NCMS is a volunteer club that focuses on bringing music to the community by playing at local retirement homes and hospitals. This club mainly focuses on giving back to the community through musical talent.
Northview Cricket ClubAnish Ganga
Mr. McCombe

-Fridays
-4:00 PM
-Room 331

Northview Cricket Club allows members to play cricket and experience a new type of sport that most aren't familiar to. As a club, they compete in tournaments in the state of Georgia.
Northview Flute ChoirKristina Lee
Ms. Dickerson

-Tuesdays
-Morning
-Band Room

Northview Flute Choir is dedicated to uniting the talented flutists together to collaborate and perform beautiful music. They strive to improve their musical skills while sharing it to the community of Johns Creek.
Northview TSAShefali Ranjan
Mr. Carroll

-Wednesdays
-4:00 PM
-Room 782

Northview TSA focuses on bringing together students who are passionate about technology and how it affects our world. It promotes STEM throughout the Northview community.
Origami ClubJing Manning
Ms. Gloede

-Mondays
-3:30 PM
-Room 232

Northview's Origami club has the purpose of creating origami masterpieces as well as learn more about the art. This club also participates in teaching the elderly in this mind-stimulating art form.
Partnership ClubRoha Surani and Farzeen Himani
Mr. Stadler

-Tuesdays
-Mr. Stadler's Room

Partnership Club assists in alleviating global poverty by connecting students in volunteering in the community through various activities in partnership with organizations such as the Global Soap Project.
PAWSMaya Fuller
Ms. Ulrich

-Thursdays
-7:50 AM or 3:40 PM
-Room 503

PAWS focuses on fundraising and volunteer work for animal shelters working directly with GASPCA and the Johnny and Xena Foundation.
Philosophy ClubAparna Pateria
Ms. Kohanim

-Wednesdays
-3:35 PM
-Room 511

Philosophy club explores different philosophies and philosophers through discussion and debate of problems and phenomena in the real world in the context of existence,beliefs, and purpose.
Programming ClubYi Liu
Ms. Peek

-Every other Friday
-3:45 PM
-Room 437

Programming Club dedicates their time to teaching Java at both a beginner and advanced level with insight into algorithms such as Heapsort and Bubble Search, and other higher level concepts such as such as artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.
Project DarasaniMehal Churiwal
Ms. Gregg

-Mondays and Tuesdays
-3:30 PM
-Room 208

Project Darasani currently sponsors the education of over 80 children in Tanzania and continues to expand. This club focuses on providing education to those in Tanzania through collecting, sorting, and packing supplies for the children.
Project PengyouKassia Karras
Ms. Bolduc

-Tuesdays
-7:45 AM
-Room 758

Project Pengyou is a global community of students with interests in other cultures. It joins together Chinese-American and American students to find similarities and differences in each others' cultures as well as build a supportive community and network.
Raksha IncRupkatha Banerjee
Ms. Francisse

-Mondays
-3:45 PM
-Room 639

Raksha Inc is a Georgia-Based organization that provides financial, legal, and educational assistance to individuals in dangerous domestic and social situations by promoting political and social awareness.
RC Aviators ClubJames Suh
Ms. Simonsen

-Mondays
-3:30PM
-Room 105

The RC Aviators Club is dedicated to providing students at Northview a hands-on experience in creating specifically propeller-based planes for future aeronautical engineers and hobbyists alike.
RoboticsDevansh Yerpude
Mr. Downey

-Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
-3:30 PM

The Robotics club at Northview engages in the construction of robots and teaches the full details of fabrication, design, programming, and electrical engineering.
Ronald McDonald HouseNaukaran Gill
Ms. Gordon

-Tuesdays and Thursdays
-3:40 PM
-Room 206

Ronald McDonald House is a home environment providing support and resources that keep families of patients close. They provide families with various activities that help relieve their worries in direct connection with the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Rubik's Cube ClubYuxiao Lin and Brian Chen
Ms. Simonsen

-Fridays every other week
-Afterschool
-Room 105

The Rubik's Cube Club at Northview challenges students with different types of Rubik's Cubes including discussions of its solutions. This club participates in competitions as well.
Senior Service AssociationKavya Venkateswaran and Anuhya Kasam
Ms. Krieger

-Last Friday of each month
-3:40 PM
- Ms. Krieger's Room

The Senior Service Association is partnered with the Sunrise Senior Living Center. This club aims to entertain the elderly through activities such as arts and crafts and other games every month.
SEWARohan Khattar and Anand Jansayala
Ms. Gaillard

-Every other Thursday
-7:45 AM
-Room 233

SEWA at Northview is affiliated with the larger widespread organization, SEWA, that aims to provide for Bhutanese refugees in need of monetary value or knowlege.
Side-by-Side TutoringDennis Dong and Lindsey Yang and Clara Ahn
Ms. Yi

-Wednesdays
-3:30PM
-Media Center

Side-By-Side tutors students in any subject while improving each tutor as an independent teacher. They gather tutors and tutees together to bond academically.
Special Needs Association of Northview (SNAN)Anish Nair
Ms. Jesse

-Thursdays
-7:45AM
-Room 403

SNAN focuses on the betterment of special needs students' inclusion and acceptance into our community as well as our school. They organize events to help the special needs students integrate into society.
Stock MarketVamshi Pandiri
Mr. Silver

-Tuesdays
-Mornings
-Room 301

Stock Market discusses stock trading and teaches how to survive in the financial world.
Talk Girl EffectMaria Garcia
Ms. Pope

-Tuesdays
-3:40 PM
-Room 507

Talk Girl Effect supports the freedom of speech for anyone on the topic of feminism and equal rights. This club is solely dedicated to enabling students to speak up for what they believe in.
Titan To TitanSherry Liang and Larry Yan
Mr. Alhadeff

-First Thursday of every month
-7:45 AM
-Media Center

Titan to Titan helps the community of Northview within. It creates a relationship between the upperclassmen and the underclassmen through various sessions of counseling whether it be for academics or personal.
Together We AspireRory Pan and Summer Chen
Ms. Gregg

-Mondays
-7:45 AM
-Room 208

Together We Aspire is affiliated with organizations such as Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and Easterscals to fundraise, hold drives, and volunteer at events in support of child beneficiaries.
Ultimate FrisbeeSteven Yao
Mr. Carroll

-Fridays
-3:30 PM
-Abbott's Field

Ultimate Frisbee dedicates time to practice the sport of ultimate frisbee while acquiring the right skills necessary to compete in the Spring Atlanta Flying Disc Club High School League.
UNICEFLiz Wong
Mr. Lee

-Tuesdays
-3:45 PM
-Room 138

Northview UNICEF Club is in accordance with the worldwide UNICEF organization. This club at Northview aims to raise money for those who are deprived of basic necessities. They educate students about specific issues each month including human trafficking and children's rights.
USA Biology Olympiad ClubLawrence He and Kevin Wong
Ms. Simonsen

-Wednesdays
-3:40 PM
-Room 105

The USABO Club at Northview aims to united a group of students who are passionate in studying and investigating Biology. It helps students develop interest in the field of Biology.
VibhaMallika Chimpiri
Mr. Anderson

-Tuesdays
-7:40 AM
-Room 332

The Vibha at Northview is branched from the independent action center in Atlanta. Vibha aims to raise money, educate, empower, and enable the individuals who wish to impact the lives of underprivileged children in India.
Volunteering Out in the Community Everyday (VOICE)Sravika Yernehi
Mr. Yarborough

-every other Tuesday
-7:45 AM
-Media Center

VOICE revolves around the passion for volunteering and helping others in the community. Volunteering includes different locations on a bi-weekly basis and conducting various charitable events such as bake sales and drives.
Webtoons ClubElla Ma
Ms. Wilson

-Every other Wednesday
-7:20 AM
-Room 634

Webtoons Club aims at students who are interested in art, especially in publishing manga or webtoons. This club promotes working on art individually but also as a group.
Whole FitAayush Shah
Mr. Morgan

-Mondays
-3:30 PM
-Room 404

Whole Fit discusses the importance of physical health as well as mental health especially with the high-stress situations students face at school. Members are taught the importance of nutrition, wellness, and mental health through various discussions and debates.
Will to LiveMichael Trautwein
Coach Dixon

Mornings Room 337

Club Will To Live represents the Will-To-Live foundation, an organization dedicated to spreading awareness for teen suicide and depression. Club WTL brings students together to teach the value of hope and friendship.
World VisionEmily Lim
Ms. Sekman

-Wednesdays
-3:45 PM
-Room 508 (Sekman's Room)

World Vision at Northview is a branch for the larger worldwide organization, World Vision. This club fundraisers and sponsors a child in third world countries in order to change the life of a child.