The AVID Club serves to bring college-bound students together to work on service events, socials, and team-building.
American Sign Language Club
The NCHS American Sign Language Club exists to promote the learning of ASL and the awareness of Deaf Culture. We meet the second Wednesday of every month during the second half of Power Hour. We also meet after school hours one to three times per semester. Dues are $5.
Blue crew is an organization led by students, for students. They paint their faces, they wear blue, they are always loud, and they're always supporting the panther athletics. Come out to any home sporting event and see your blue crew in action! Go Panthers!
Computer Science Club
Crafty Cats is a club that allows students to express their creative side by completing projects that let their talents shine through! We have planned to complete Dream Catchers, painted signs, Holiday ornaments, marbled pottery and more. Remember, it’s not a hobby, it’s a post-apocalyptic life skill!!
Drama Club is an organization for students who enjoy theatre, whether they are involved in productions or just enjoy being an audience member. They meet every other Wednesday at 4:30pm in room F105 to discuss current theatre news at NCHS, plan trips to see productions in the community, and to play theatre games or participate in different acting exercises. All students at NCHS are welcome to join, dues are $5.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
In NCHS French Club we celebrate and explore French cuisine, culture, film, games, and art. No French language skills required. Our dues are $10.00 for fall semester and $5.00 for Spring semester.
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
The Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) provides a safe place for students to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, and work to end homophobia and transphobia. GSA provides a sense of community and a space for LGBTQ and straight allies to build a social network where their identity is respected. In addition, GSA works to study LGBTQ heroes and history. GSA is meant to provide acceptance and support.
The Junior Class Council is dedicated to representing the best interests and future of the Class of 2018. Comprised of, by, and for the Class of 2018, we engage in planning and fundraising for future events, and do our best to make sure that the last two years of your high school experience is incredibly. We look forward to what lies ahead, and hope that you’ll come and be a part of the future!
Key club is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to better their home, school, and community. We do volunteer services to blood drives, and many other things! Key club also offers a few scholarships and looks great on your college application!
National Honor Society
North Crowley Step Team
The North Crowley Lady Step Team is steppin to that Panther beat! Be prepared for the Lady Steppers to shake the building!
Our club is for people who loves or is interested in kpop, kdramas, or the Korean culture. We bring people together through a common interest. Overall we get people who wants to express themselves freely and want to have fun!
Panthers for Christ
Reincarnated is a club of enthusiastic student dancers and performers working together to increase school spirit through our elaborate and spontaneous flash mob performances.
The Sophomore Class Council is dedicated to representing the best interests and future of the Class of 2019. Comprised of, by, and for the Class of 2019, we engage in planning and fundraising for future events, and do our best to make sure that the last three years of your high school experience is incredibly. We look forward to what lies ahead, and hope that you’ll come and be a part of the future!
Silver Stars Drill Team
The Silver Stars Drill Team is an award-winning dance team committed to promoting scholarship, sisterhood and service to the North Crowley community. Drill Team members support and perform at football games, basketball games, pep rallies and showcase their talents in Winter and Spring shows as well as competition. Silver Stars is a year-long commitment with tryouts hosted annually after Spring break in March. Being a part of this dynamic team is both rewarding and challenging, but most definitely a memorable experience.
North Crowley Student Council is an organization that represents the entire student body by embracing the diversity of its students.
Through democracy, students are able to participate in a wide variety of activities that connect NCHS students with the rest of the student body as well as the collective community. Student Council participates in community service, outreach programs, student functions, and other various projects that promote leadership and student morale.
United Club is an organization for those dedicated to improving their school, community, and world at large. United Club members volunteer their time helping achieve various projects such as the Samaritans Purse Christmas, as well as other service projects such as feeding the homeless in the downtown area and hosting a clothing drive for the local community. If you enjoy volunteering your time to improve the lives of others, this is the club for you.
Meets first Half power hour every Wednesday in Ms. Arriaga’s Room, A111
UIL accounting travels to schools across the Metroplex and competes with other high school students. Students have the opportunity to test at district competition and move on to state competition. If you are interested in this club or have an interest in Accounting, please contact Ms. Sweet in A206. We meet during power hour each Tuesday.
UIL Computer Science
UIL Science is part of the UIL Academic team. Members of this club participate in the UIL Science contest. The purpose of the Science Contest is to challenge high school students to do a wide range of reading in biology, chemistry and physics, to gain an understanding of the significance of experiments rather than to recall obscure details, to be alert to new discoveries and information in the areas of science, to gain an understanding of the basic principles as well as knowledge of the history and philosophy of science, and to foster a sense of enthusiasm about science and how it affects our daily lives. In addition this year the UIL Science team is reading Five Equations that Changed the World, a book that discusses the five most important equations in physics.
UIL Current Events
UIL Informational Speaking
UIL informative speaking travels to schools across the Metroplex and competes with other high school students. Students have the opportunity to speak at district competition and move on to state competition. If you are interested in this club, please contact Ms. Sweet in A206. We meet during power hour each Tuesday.
UIL Number Sense
Video Game Fight Club
The North Crowley Video Game fight club is a place where gaming aficionados can come and meet and play video games. All students are welcome. Currently the club owns a Nintendo WiiU and we play Smash Brothers 8 person and team. We also have a second projector to play any console brought in by members of the club. The club promotes friendly competition and provides opportunities for gamers to play others besides their siblings or AI.