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Waukesha North Clubs and Activities
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Academic DecathlonLansing Dimon970-3645WebsiteAcademic Decathlon involves learning a lot of information about a lot of different and NEW topics not normally studied in school. Students participate in competitions throughout the area that involve multiple choice tests, giving a prepared speech, and giving an impromptu speech. Students with ALL types of GPAs are encouraged to join.
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Angela McLean
970-3026
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Kirsten Wiesneski
970-3658
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Anime ClubHeidi Vanderbush
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Art ClubChristina ForeckiWebsiteArt club is a place where students can come to make art or crafts and be by other students who like art too. We will sometimes have planned activities, or you can just come and draw or paint on your own.
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Best BuddiesDavid Dybdahl970-1353WebsiteBest Buddies is a nonprofit organization that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships for individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Visit our website for more information:
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BowlingTim Golden349-8276WebsiteHigh School bowling is a fun yet very competitive sport.
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ChoirJoey Hyland970-3648WebsiteChoir is unique because it is a class that has many opportunities outside of the school day as well. Our purpose is to make music together while learning about responsibility, accountability, punctuality, teamwork, and how to handle ourselves with class.
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CORE 2062, FIRST Robotics TeamBrian FarrellWebsiteWe are a group of high school stu­dents and adult vol­un­teers that learn, ex­plore, and cel­e­brate sci­ence and tech­nol­ogy. Through the in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion FIRST, For In­spi­ra­tion and Recog­ni­tion in Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy, we build a ro­bot to com­pete each year.
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DECAJulie Kabitzke970-3576WebsiteStudents learn leadership and marketing skills. Students are able to participate in a variety of experiences including: guest speakers, field trips and competitive events. DECA prepares emerging leaders & entrepreneurs for careers in business and marketing.
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Drama ClubKaitlin Stone970-3660WebsiteThe Waukesha Northstar Players of Waukesha North High School strive to bring quality theatre to the community. We believe that theatre has the wonderful ability to touch not just the audience members, but the actors as well. Club members will assist in the production of all mainstage shows and other club fundraising events. They will have the opportunity to learn about the technical aspects of theatre as well as the art of acting. The Northstar Players hope to leave a lasting impression with their audience members and create great memories for all. See what we are showing now: http://waukeshanorthstarplayers.weebly.com/now-showing.html
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Ecology Club (Green Team)Mary DiMaggio970-3675WebsiteFocus on making North an enviornmentally friendly school
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FBLAChris Del Ponte970-1233WebsiteFor a quarter million teens in the United States, Future Business Leaders of America is an organization designed to allow the student to develop leadership skills and networking connections.
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FCCLACaryn Riederer970-3634WebsiteFCCLA is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
The Ultimate Leadership Experience is unique among youth organizations because its programs are planned and run by members. It is the only career and technical in-school student organization with the family as its central focus. Participation in national programs and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers and communities.
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ForensicsRyan Ausloos 970-3656WebsiteForensics is a performance-based activity that highlights a student’s ability to understand texts, organize information and speak publicly. Students can work at their own pace and on their own schedule, making it an easy activity to get involved with.
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Heidi Vanderbusch970-3662
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Freshman BoardJenny Wienke
970-3668
WebsiteFreshman Board's goal is to engage Freshmen in the Waukesha North family.
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Freshman IgnitionNancy Senger 970-3684WebsiteIgnition is an introduction to high school life for incoming freshmen. We require upperclassmen mentors lead the activities.
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Girl TalkSarahi Monterrey970-3547WebsiteGirl Talk is a club that is open to all female students at Waukesha North High School. This club was implemented the 2009-2010 school year at Waukesha South through a WEF Grant and has now expanded to North H.S. The purpose of Girl Talk is to empower teen girls by raising their self-esteem and helping them prepare for life after high school. This program is able to accomplish this by providing students the opportunity to share their thoughts about issues that affect them and by providing them with guidance to encourage them to make wise decisions.
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HOSACaryn Riederer970-3634WebsiteHealth Occupations Students of America is a unique student led vocational organization under the umbrella of Family Consumer Education.
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Homework ClubRobert Syverson970-1013WebsiteHomework Club meets Monday and Wednesday after school from 3:00 to 4 or 4:30. If you're struggling in any subject and need tutoring or help catching up on homework, stop in to Room 306 (across from the Commons) and see your grades improve. 
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IGBDKathy Miller970-3508The Intergenerational Book Discussion consists of adults and students that read and discuss two to four books per school year. Books are provided for all participants. The purpose of this group is to promote the enjoyment of reading and discussing literature. It also promotes the communication between and among generations to create a positive school - community relationship.
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Interact ClubKrisin Wiesneski970-3658WebsiteWe are the student branch of Rotary International, serving people in the community and abroad. Visit http://waukeshanorthinteract.jimdo.com/ for more information
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International ClubAthena Alwan970-3685WebsiteMission is to connect with exchange students and to introduce them to some of our cultural traditions, as well as give them an opportunity to share with American students some of their traditions.
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Emily Hernandez970-3687
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Junior Board / PromJanet Yunker970-3536WebsiteWe plan the Junior hallway decorating for homecoming week. We also put on a fashion show about a month before the prom, featuring the latest styles available at local retail stores. We organize the grand march at North with the prom immediately following which is held at the Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee. Our purpose is to bring students together through a social function that is somewhat like a "Right of Passage" into the adult world.
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Amy Sroka970-1344
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Key ClubJill Werner970-3529WebsiteOur students are a very fun group who welcomes new members with open arms. We organize school-wide volunteer work, and also help out in the community by volunteering for major events.
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National Honor SocietyRyan Ausloos970-3656National Honor Society is known across the country for its commitment to recognizing and and promoting excellence in academics and citizenship. Students in NHS commit themselves to the four pillars of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Membership in NHS is an excellent addition to a resume or college application.
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E-NewspaperRyan Ausloos970-3656WebsiteE-Newspaper offers an opportunity for students interested in both the written and performance-based aspects of journalism. Students can choose to work on written pieces or create informative videos that promote the Waukesha North Community.
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One Act PlayRyan Ausloos970-3662One Act Play is an off-shoot of the emerging Waukesha North Drama scene. The One Act Play is a chance for students to work on drama in a smaller setting, with one catch... it's a competition. The mission of the One Act Play is to build students' drama skills and to use competition and professional critiques as a chance to see a short play go from auditions to State-level quality.
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Kaitlyn Luckow
970-1212
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Pep BandLansing Dimon970-3645WebsiteThe Northstar Pep Band performs at several Boys and Girls Basketball games throughout the winter season. We perform a wide range of pop and rock music that is typical of the pep band experience. Additionally, we will be traveling and performing to a Milwaukee Bucks game during the 2015-16 season.
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Project GraduationKaitin Stone970-3582WebsiteSenior students are invited to join the parent volunteers who plan an all-night graduation celebration.
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Rock Climbing TeamJill Werner970-3529Rock climbing is a sport that everyone can do regardless of experience or skill. The team competes against approximately 15 other high schools in the area. Each week the climbers can go to the gym to climb any day of the week. The sport itself is great for personal achievement, physical fitness, and overall wellness. Students can finally be a part of a group at school that allows them to be involved as little or as much as they would like.
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Student Alliance for Equity (SAFE)Riley Stone970-1499WebsiteThe members of SAFE celebrate the birthright of all human beings: to be treated with dignity, respect, and equality.
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Greta Voit970-3658
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Senior BoardJim Nelson970-3620WebsiteThe Senior Board is the Senior Class Council. They plan events for the year and work with graduation projects. They help decide which Senior gift will be presented to the school.
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Ski and Snowboard ClubBrandon Egnarski970-4051Ski or Snowboard at Alpine Valley starting in late December. Generally club will go between 6-8 times and usually on Fridays.
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Sophomore BoardHeidi Vanderbusch970-3662WebsiteA group of class leaders who plan activities for the entire class. They also decide about fundraising activities. Many go on to Junior and Senior Board and help plan prom and graduation.
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Student CouncilKailin Stone970-3582WebsiteA leadership organization devoted to giving students a forum to voice their opinions regarding their school and its policies. We also are focused on service activities, both for the school and the community.
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Kaitlyn Luchow970-3536
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Yearbook Northern LightKristen Kamenar970-3681WebsiteThe yearbook is a student run publication. Our mission is to create an archive for the year that reflects the experiences of the entire student body. Students who are involved in creating the yearbook learn how to meet critical deadlines, how to problem solve, think creatively, and the importance of conflict resolution. Students also learn to use industry-standard software, including Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop.
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Yearbook SalesKristin Hubmann 970-3680
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Yearbook Senior PicturesMary DiMaggio970-3675
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