Clubs & Activities
The extra-curricular activities here at North Middlesex Regional High School provide the student with an opportunity for personal and social development. The library, as well as many clubs and activities, are available after school hours. Students utilizing these opportunities are able to take advantage of the late bus schedule, which is available Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 PM.
Every fall, a club and activities fair is organized to help promote membership. Students can propose a new club to be formed at any time during the school year. Students must find a faculty member to act as an advisor for the club and prepare a proposal to the principal. Once approved by the principal, the club must receive final approval by the Superintendent. On his/her approval, students may begin advertising and meeting as a club. Current Clubs Include:
Best Buddies is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Here at NM we are one of almost 1,500 school chapters in all 50 U.S. states and 50 countries worldwide. Through Best Buddies people with IDD are able to participate in social experiences, secure rewarding jobs, live on their own, become inspirational leaders, and make lifelong friendships.
Join us in the NM Best Buddies chapter and the global movement for social inclusion. Whether you are a peer buddy matched one-to-one with one of the buddies or an associate member, you will be involved in our monthly socials such as holiday parties, apple picking, bowling, and movies along with schoolwide events like the Special Olympics pep rally. For more information, visit BestBuddiesOnline.org.
The International Club meets monthly throughout the school year. It is designed to enrich the World Languages curriculum by promoting global understanding and appreciation of other cultures through participation in a variety of cultural activities. Among the activities that take place each year are celebration of holidays, arts and crafts workshops, viewing of foreign films and preparing and eating foreign foods. The group’s four officers are elected in the fall of each year.
Library/Media Center hours: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday during the school year.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The National Honor Society is made up of students whose objectives are to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the students of North Middlesex Regional High School. Entrance into National Honor Society is based on QPA. Any sophomore, junior, or senior may be an eligible candidate for National Honor Society. Selection to this prestigious organization will be determined by a vote of the National Honor Society Faculty Council.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE LEARNING GROUP
The Louisiana Service Learning Trip is dedicated to bettering the New Orleans and North Middlesex communities, improving quality of life, and providing unique opportunities that participating students cannot find in everyday classrooms.
The robotics team is made up of students who wish to expand their robotics knowledge beyond that in class. The team annually competes in VEX Robotics competitions throughout New England. The Robotics Team is open to all grade levels regardless if you have taken the robotics class.