2020 Club Fair
HOW IS THIS GONNA WORK?
The Club Fair will take place virtually during school from 1:35 - 2:05 PM on Wednesday, October 28th and will operate on the following schedule:
Block 1: 1:40-1:48
Block 2: 1:48- 1:56
Block 3: 1:56- 2:05
Once released from the Introduction, you will have three eight-minute blocks to visit the clubs of your choice. Go to each meeting by either finding it in the "Meeting Link" Google Sheet. If you will be attending school in person, bring headphones!
Fill out the google form at the bottom of this page so that we can get your feedback.
Choose one of the buttons below to go to your class's introductory meeting:
Student Government Association
The primary purpose of the SGA is to represent the Student Body and provide a unified voice in student dealings with individuals and agencies.
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union (BSU) will be an organization that enhances student success by promoting diversity, cultural celebration, inclusivity, academic success, volunteerism, and community outreach.
This club's purpose is to create awareness of environmental issues. We serve to educate students, teachers, and others about the the ever increasing necessity to preserve, protect, conserve, and restore the environment.
Magnet Ambassadors positively promote New Century to industry partners, prospective students and parents.
Speech & Debate
Speech and Debate is a competition-based program where members can participate in any of 17 events ranging from impromptu speaking to political debate.
Greenpower is a hands-on program in which students design, build, and race a single-seat electric car against other teams.
Science Olympiad is a team competition focused on STEM that competes in many different events, from Ornithology to Codebusters.
We enjoy reading, writing, and reciting poetry and works to hone our recitation skills for the Poetry Out Loud national recitation competition.
Book Club welcomes readers seeking a place of solitude and/or group discussions on the book of their choice. Diverse, yet appropriate, books are welcomed.
Key Club is a service organization geared towards providing for the community and enhancing one's own leadership capabilities. The goal of Key Club is to benefit communites through service projects, volunteering, and public outreach.
Future Business Leaders of America
FBLA-PBL is the premier organization for student leaders, helping them grow their potential for top-level leadership, development, and business careers..
Computer Science Club
Computer Science Club competes at local programming competitions and hackathons. We will work on programming (mostly in Python), do practice problems, and improve our skills!
Japanese Culture Club
The Japanese Culture club gives students the opportunity to share a love of Japanese culture on topics such as Japanese history, mythology, media, including anime, manga, music, and video games.
Math team is a group of students who study and compete together in mathematics competitions. We work on developing team cooperation, leadership, and problem-solving skills. We learn material not covered in math classes.
We will plan and organize the prom (assuming we have one.) If we can't have a traditional prom this year, we will try to plan some kind of alternative so that students can make memories.
The Mindfulness group is ideally designed for traditional students to have a place to mentally reset. We will focus on strategies to improve self-awareness, stress relief, and time management. Mindfulness is best suited for upperclassmen.