Clubs, Organizations & Activities

Bored?  There are a wide variety of clubs and activities available to students. To request a new club or activity or for general information about clubs and activities, please contact the Student Services administrator.  For information about a club or activity beyond what is listed here, contact the sponsor.  The important point is to "Get Involved!"



DISCLAIMER:  Secondary school students may form non-curriculum related student groups.  The fact that such clubs are permitted to conduct meetings on District premises and may be monitored by school officials shall not constitute school sponsorship or District endorsement of the purposes of such clubs or the content of their meetings.

Clubs & Activities are divided into two distinct types - curriculum related and non-curriculum related 


Curriculum Related Student Groups directly relate to a school's curriculum if:
  • the group's subject matter is actually taught, or will soon be taught, in a regularly offered course; the group's subject matter concerns the body of courses as a whole; or participation in the group is required for a particular course or results in academic credit.

Clubs or Activity Sponsor Description Meets Web
Aegis Club Gudgel & Gutierrez Aegis Students, a youth ant-genocide organization, is based in the UK, and Omaha North is fortunate to host one of the first US chapters. Passionately devoted to improving the world around them, student members of the Aegis Students chapter engage in social activism, raising awareness, and creating for their fellow human beings a more just, socially-conscious, and peaceful society through education. Meetings are every Wednesday morning at 7:00AM in room 205. Contact Mr. Gudgel at for more information.  
African-American History Challenge Jackson African American Achievers is a group of male African American students with a GPA of at least 2.5.  It is sponsored by Ms. Erdenberger, Mr. Williams who are responsible for these three objectives of the group: Community contacts and professional development, community service and mentoring younger members of the group.  We meet approximately monthly. Contact sponsor  
Art Club Anderson Students interested in art participate in enrichment activities.  Tuesday & Friday, 3:15 - 5:15 PM.  You do not have to be in an art class to be in art club. Website


Clay Club Buckley  Clay Club is an opportunity for students currently enrolled in pottery to spend more time in the studio, advancing their skills and creating works independently     
Culture Club Durante  A club to celebrate and learn about the cultural diversity of our students and our larger community  TBD  
DECA Glassman Students in marketing classes participate in district, state and national competitions and activities associated with marketing education There are 1-3 DECA activities per month. Details of the organization are announced and discussed during marketing classes.  
Drama Club & International Thespian Society Brown If you are interested in any part of theater or entertaining, on-stage or back-stage, you belong in Drama Club!  Come check it out.  All are welcome for Drama Club.  
"If you haven't figured out where YOU belong- It's because you haven't found us!"  We are also members of the International Thespian Society- a sort of Honors Level Drama Club.  Thespians has a point requirement.
Every 2nd Tuesday at 3:30 PM in the auditorium or contact the sponsor  
French Club Fernandez-DeBlas

 The French club agenda is discussed during the first few French club meetings of the year.  Traditionally participants in the club learn to make/eats a French dish while discussing French culture and current events. Other activities may include: Participating in the Homecoming Parade, dance lessons, and field trips to see French art.

Generally held the first Thursday of the month, 3:15 to 4.  Meeting times are discussed in class and during school announcements.

Future Business Leaders of America Glassman FBLA is one of the largest and oldest student organizations in the world.  In creating the most important portfolio of your life, yourself, our student organization creates projects, scholarships, and many other business related activities that will allow the student to enhance their learning opportunities at Omaha North High School, as well as in the business world.  In doing so, FBLA teams up with other student organizations, such as Academy of Finance, allowing for even more growth opportunities for all students who wish to be involved in the business world.  What ever you, the student, decide to do in life, business is one common term throughout the world and I hope FBLA or another area of business can help you grow while attending Omaha North High School. Wednesday is our meeting day afer-school in room 242.  Students should email Mrs. Glassman to be included on the update list or if they are not available to attend the meeting.
Future Educators of America (FEA) Wiley

This is a club for students who like to work with young people or have an interest in becoming a teacher. Students tutor or help teachers at elementary school 3-4 times per month.


G.A.P.P. German-American Exchange Long & Custard

Contact sponsors as or for more information.

German Club Long

German Club is for everyone that would like to help promote the study of German in the school and in the community. Our activities include participation in the Homecoming Parade, promotion of German-American Day, a Gingerbread-Building Contest, crafts and DIY activities, movie nights, games nights, food nights, and much more. If you are interested in being a member of German Club, talk to Frau Long or come to a meeting on Wednesday night.

Wednesdays (every other week) after school in Rm. 173 from 3:10 to 3:50

 HOSA Fricke The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration and experience.  The purpose of he HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education Instructional program.  Meetings are on Tuesday in room 334 from 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM  
JROTC Color Guard & Drill Team Bridges & Tidmore Participate in competitive meets against other local and regional competition. Mon thru Friday; November thru March  
Junior Class Officers Collins & Longacre This group of elected sophomores organizes junior class activities and is responsible for the planning, decorating and promotion of the 2018 Prom. Look for application information in September    
Latino Leaders Wiley Join Latino Leaders!  This club is open to all students and meets every Thursday after school.  Get involved at North and meet new people.  Past activities have included volunteering, ice skating, participating in the challenge course at Camp Cedars, picnics, and fundraising.    
Louder than a Bomb Poetry Club Schmidt & Porter

Students write and perform original poems in preparation for a state-wide competition in March. Contact club sponsor at for more information.

LTaB meets on Thursdays after school in room 330. Students typically come from 3:10-5:00 (whenever the late bus arrives  
Math/Chess Club Steinbruck Students that enjoy mathematics can come to Brown Bag math club for a lunchtime of math problems, games, puzzles and help with math homework.  Various competitions throughout the region will be attended by the math team. Every B6 in room 142  
National Art Honors Society  Anderson  The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is designed specifically for high school students in grades 9-12.  In 1978, the National Art Education Association began the National Art Honor Society program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art.  The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community. Tuesday & Wednesday, 3:15 - 5:15 PM.  
National Honor Society Durante, Fricke & Marx Service organization dedicated to enriching the community and North High. Application process beginning in February. Based on GPA, participation in school and community activities as well as some volunteer experience.  Click here to read our selection process. Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7 a.m. in the Lecture Hall  
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Chatmon NSBE is a non-profit organization dedicated to support African-American students who are interested in future technical studies. Contact the sponsor  
Robotics Wiemer & Runyon

Contact club sponsors at or for more information.

Science Club/Science Olympiad Dappen, Alan, Prusha, Anton, Teal and Musson Participants in Science Olympiad turn their passion for learning and doing science into preparation for competitive tournaments at local, regional, national and international levels. The events selected by the students are researched and practiced at meetings and on the student's own time. Wednesday at 3:15 PM in room 241.  
Science Quiz Bowl Team Musson Contact sponsor for more information    
SkillsUSA Hankel, Banker,  Runyon & Wiemer SkillsUSA ia a partnership of students, teachers and indestry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.  SkillsUSA helps each student excel.  It's mission is to empower its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens    
Spanish Club Pospishil, B & Folligan Pending Contact sponsor  
Sparkles Dappen, Ms.

Contact club sponsor for more information.

Speech & Debate Mr. Brown

Contact club sponsor at for more information.

Contact sponsor  
Special Olympics Ms Dappen,  Mr. Sprague For information about the Special Olympics, please contact the sponsor. Varies, contact the sponsor  
TSA Teams   Engineering Staff Technology Student Association (TSA) tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science (TEAMS) is an annual competition for middle and high school students designed to help them discover their potential for engineering.  During this one day competition, students apply math and science knowledge in practical, creative ways to solve real-world engineering challenges. Contact an Engineering staff member.  




Non-curriculum Related Student Groups - A non-curriculum related student group is any student group that does not directly relate to the body of courses offered by the school.
Clubs or Activity Sponsor Description Meets Web
Black Student Leadership Council Jackson

The purpose of the Black Student Leadership Council (BSLC) is to increase the understanding and experience of Black culture through various interactive activities, and to promote leadership skills.

Contact club sponsors for more information.
Contact sponsor  


Brown & Kimbrough Contact sponsors at or  for more information. Tryouts are typically in March    
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cooney & Wiley Athletes and non-atheletes meet together for scripture reading, fellowship, prayer and support.    
Gay-Straight Alliance Illes This club is a youth-led club advocating understanding and tolerance of all people, and an end to the chronic verbal and physical agression that gay students face. Contact Ms. Illes  
Golden Vikings Dance Team Young

Contact sponsor at for more information. Tryouts are typically in March/April.

Junior Class / Prom Lee & Longacre Planning committee for the annual prom dance Contact sponsor  
Just Friends Sprague & Dappen, A. Just Friends is a club that meets four times a year after school to give students with disabilities and students without disabilities an opportunity to get to know each other in a fun, friendly atmosphere. There is usually a craft or activity that has been planned that gives students the opportunity to work together and form friendships. For questions - go to either of the sponsors in room 071 or 145 Meets four times a year - contact Ms. Dappen for dates.  
Outdoor Club Alati Contact sponsor at for more information.    
Principal's Student Advisory Haynes Students from each grade level sign up to meet monthly iwth the principal.  Student concerns about school procedures and possible solutions are discussed. Haynes  
Real Advocate for Diversity (RAD) Jamal Students will learn and expore information related to ethnicity and acceptance/tolerance and share this information with the student body. Contact sponsor  
Robotics Wiemer Pending Contact sponsor  
Role Playing Club  Tindall Looking for something different to do? Want to meet new people and make new friends? Always wondered the purpose of a 20-sided die, or maybe you already love Role Playing but can never find people or space to play? Come hang out with us every Wednesday after school and learn how to make your own characters, run a game, play different systems and have a great time! Wednesday 3:05 pm - 5:00 pm in room 243  
Potato Club Connor

Do you love potatoes and anything made with potatoes? Join the potato club! This social club meets to bring awareness to the wonders of potatoes by sharing a new potato tasting adventure the 3rd Thursday of each month. Meet in room 313 after school on August 17th for more information

Senior Class Sponsor Bruland, Custard & Degner      
Student Council Geiger & Marx

Student Council represents the voice of the student body and promotes student leadership through activities for the school and community. Student Council members are selected by an application and interview process in the Spring.  Incoming freshman apply in the Fall.

Teammates Visocky This school based mentoring program matches North High School students with community volunteers. The program was started by Tom and Nancy Osborne at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.    


meets on Thursdays after school in room 212. Students typically come from 3:10-5:00 (whenever the late bus arrives


meets on Thursdays after school in room 212. Students typically come from 3:10-5:00 (whenever the late bus arrives