Chamber Club will meet in room 608 beginning October 19th from 3:30-4:30pm.. (Orchestra room) The club consists of both 7th and 8th grade orchestra students who are interested in learning new music and orchestra leadership outside of class. These students get the opportunity to perform at events such as Light Up the Night Festival, the Middle School Variety Show and the Orchestra Final Concert! For more information contact Ms. Farmer.
Dance Club was created to introduce dance to middle school students. We welcome anyone who wants to dance and welcome any level of dancer. Dance styles learned include Hip Hop, Jazz and Contemporary/lyrical.
The deadline to join the club has passed. Spots will be available to join in the fun after January 13th, 2022. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the GSA and become a culture changer! The GSA club is a club dedicated to creating unity, support, advocacy and is a community for persons who identify as LGBTQ+ alongside their allies. Everyone is welcome.
Come out in the Spring to learn correct fundamentals, game techniques and course strategy that will serve as a solid foundation for golf. Each student will be exposed to golf in a way that is fun and enjoyable! All experience levels are welcome, but you need to bring your own clubs. Limited spaces available, please contact Mrs. Wesner for more information or stop by the Media Center to see her.
Interested in community service? Interact, the student branch of Rotary, organizes and participates in service projects that benefit our school and community. We meet throughout the entire school year. All are welcome!
Jazz Band meets once or twice a week starting in December in room 606 (Band Room) . The club consists of both 7th and 8th grade band students who would like to work on a new style of music outside of class. Students will work on different jazz styles like swing, rock, and funk while also learning about improvisation. These students get the opportunity to perform at events such as the Staff vs. Students Games, the Middle School Variety Show, and the Spring Band Concert! For more information, contact Mr. Ronning.
Applicatons are now available to join the Math Competition Club. This will be a club focusing on competing at the school as well as national level. Stuents may pick up the application form from Ms. Kang (Room 422) either before school, during A20, or during lunch. Students must be the one to pick up and turn in applications. Only the first 60 applications will be accepted, while the top 30 scorers on the pretest will be invited to join the Math Competition Club. There will be an Informational Meeting on Thursday Oct 21st for anyone that is interested in learning about the club.
Application deadline is Tuesday October 26th by the end of C lunch.
Pretest is on Thursday October 28th from 3:30-4:30 pm (location TBD)
Join The Paw Print to write, edit, and publish news articles that will help the middle school's students and staff learn about the latest happenings at NMS, in Novi, and around the world. For more information contact Mr. Fenchel or visit him in room 128.
Science Olympiad is a team of students chosen to participate in Science Olympiad Tournaments throughout the schoolyear. Students have the opportunity to explore a variety of topics including: Biology, Anatomy, Earth Science, Engineering, Physics, Coding, and many more.
Want to learn how to ski or snowboard? Join us on the slopes of Alpine Valley Ski Resort and/or Mt. Brighton Ski Resort! Everyone is welcome. Attendance is not mandatory every meeting and you may pay as you go. Regardless of experience, you must attend a teach session to participate. For more information, contact Novi alum and Ski Club Sponsor Mr. Kuhn. Weather permitting.
Class representatives are elected from each Academic 20 class. Meetings are held once a month. Student Council leads a few special events such as Spirit Days, Activity Afternoon, Senior Citizen Luncheon and more!