Extra Curricular Clubs

Your secondary school experience is much more than the courses you take.  Long after graduation, many of your memories will relate to the extra-curricular activities that you participated in.  North Delta has many extra curricular opportunities for students. If you are member of a club and would like more information included on the website, ask your sponsor teacher to submit your changes.  

Make the most of your high school career by getting involved in extra-curricular activities.  

NDSS School-Based Clubs

Anime
Mr.  Schaeferle Tuesdays after school  Room 1109 
Watching anime, talking anime, having fun and hanging out. 

Athletic Teams
ND teachers Ms. Niemar & Mr. Cotter, athletic directors Various times and locations
Please check the athletics website and listen to announcements for information on joining teams.

Senior Girls Bhangra Team
Ms. Dhanoa Practices every Wednesday morning and Thursday after school in the cafeteria/theatre
ND Senior Girls Bhangra Team is a dedicated group of girls from grades 10 to 12! High energy, dynamic and vibrant group of girls bringing the heritage of BHANGRA to North Delta Secondary! Winners of several high school dance competitions! Positive & upbeat attitude is a must. Tryouts are mandatory.

Debate Club
Mr. SohalMondays at lunchRoom 1110
Come debate cool topics. Our goal is to get really good at it so we can go and debate other schools formally, in the MUN style where they get assigned to be a certain country to represent. 

Delta Youth Advisory Council
Mr. Kirincic Monthly meeting times vary (emailed to members)  Conference Room   
Meet with school teams from across the district to give feedback to the School Trustees and Superintendent. New policies and initiatives are brought to DYAC for student input. Please see Mr. Kirincic to sign up.

Film Club
Mr. LumWednesdays at lunch for meetings (filming takes place after school) Room 1109
Students will learn overall process of creating film/video project from the beginning to the end through screenwriting, shooting, directing, and editing their film piece. Students will be introduced to work on the HD digital cameras and DSLR, video stabilizers, using green screen, semi- professional lighting and sound recording devices, as well as edit their work on Mac computers in Final Cut.

Games Club Mr. Chen-Campbell
Wednesdays at lunch Room 1624
Drop in anytime - play board games or Wii games. Bring your lunch.

Green Team  
Ms. Peters Mondays at lunch Room 2311
Taking care of the school garden and other environmental initiatives around the school

Grad Council
Ms. Rizzardo, Mr. Bisson, Ms. Peters Mondays at lunch Room 2005
Organize grad events to build community among members of the class and develop positive school culture and traditions. Open to grade 12 students.

League of Legends Club
Ms. LuckeWednesdays at 3:00 until 4:30-5:00Computer Lab 1306
Club members battle each other in the League of Legends forum.  We are considering teaming up with Seaquam to have a competitive high school team (e-sports are big and you can win scholarships for them).

Me to We
Ms. Burnett 
Thursdays at lunch Room 1607   
Making positive social changes with global and local initiatives such as hunger, poverty, health care, children's rights and education. 

OGG (Older Guidance Group)
Ms. Cipriano Ms. GillisVaries – usually lunch timeConference room
The goal of the OGG is to educate students about healthy relationships and violence prevention through classroom presentations for younger students, as well as other initiatives developed by the group. The Group is chosen every 2 years through an application process.

Poetry Club
Ms. Cullen Ms. PetersVaries-Lunch every 2 weeks (first meeting Oct 17)Room 1012
We meet to share our own poetry and support others and their writing. We will also be participating in the Poetry in Voice recitation contest.

Queer/Straight Alliance
Mr.  SchaeferleMondays at lunchRoom 1109
Working towards making North Delta the most open and accepting school it can be. 

Student Council
Ms.  RolstonWed at lunch (execs) Wed after school (all welcome)Library
Organizing school events/activities. All students welcome!

Students for Change
Mr. SchaeferleFridays at lunchRoom 1109
Youth Seeking Change is a non-profit club that is community and awareness based. Our goals are to target global and local issues and bring awareness about them within the school and community. We have made sandwiches for the downtown eastside.

Youth Empowerment Program
Rob GrewalMon-Fri at lunchRob’s office 1208
Provide Social Emotional Support to immigrant students.  Help guide them through their journey at NDSS as well, in the community. A welcoming environment where students can seek support and have questions answered.  Outdoor ed trips give the youth a chance to connect with one another, to better support one another and work on team building. Open to all immigrant youth grade 8-12.