After/Before School Co-Curricular Programs

All NPX students are invited and encouraged to join a club!

Clubs- also known as Co-curricular programs at North Phoenix Prep continue to be driven by members of our faculty and reflect the levels of student interest and engagement on campus. Please see the listing of all current extra-curricular programs being offered this academic year. Clubs begin meeting the week of August 20th. Price is per semester unless otherwise noted. If the cost of a club is a hindrance to enroll please contact 


North Phoenix Prep Co-Curricular Clubs- some clubs may not be active- dependent upon term. Please follow the link to register 

Name of Club Description and Required Supplies




Old English Club

OLD ENGLISH CLUB (in which students will learn the old English language of the early Anglo-Saxons, & collaborate on a club newsletter for distribution to the school community). Old English is the language in which Beowulf is written.                                                                                    Of course, much of this is owed to the influence of Latin and Greek, a knowledge of which is coveted by all who wish to use words with both art and knowledge. But there was an earlier age before the tongue of the Angles knew much either of Greek or Latin, as evidenced by the prose of King Alfred (849 – 901) and the verses of Beowulf. To these ‘old wellsprings of English undefiled’ the club should wish to journey in order to become better acquainted with the base of our language that is the gift of our Teutonic forebears.

This is a great club for those who love English!

Mr. Pagani

Friday afternoons 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Room 517

$50 Per semester

Japanese Fine Arts Club

We will explore various Japanese fine arts including cha-do (tea ceremony), sumi-e (brush painting), cooking, ikebana (flower arrangement), traditional forms of theater, and more!

Mr. Belcheff & Ms. Humphrey

Thursdays 3:45pm Room 517

$20 Per Semester

Board Games Club

Board Game Club: play strategy and board games with friends, new and old. Possible games could be: Settlers of Catan, Monopoly, Diplomacy, Risk, Ticket to Ride, Scrabble, Balderdash, Dominoes, Oregon Trail, Clue, and more!

Ms. Schripsema and Mr. Olsen

Thursdays 3:45pm Room 519

$50 per semester

Class Piano for Beginners

A group class starting at the basics of sitting at the piano and progressing as far as the group can get together over the year.

Students should have a copy of Alfred’s Group Piano for Adults Student Book 1 (Second Edition) ISBN 13: 978-0739053010. While it will not contain the pictures and games of books for younger students, this book is page for page the most content and greatest value for its cost.

Dr. Mann

Thursdays 3:45pm Room 513

$35 Per Semester

Dance Club (option of both days or one day per week) $30 for one class or $50 for both

Tuesdays– Classical Ballet, technique and terminology utilizing the Cecchetti method. Appropriate for both beginner and experienced dancers. Attire: Girls- pink or white tights, black leotard, pink ballet slippers. Boys-white t-shirt, black basketball shorts or pants, black ballet slippers. May wear socks to first class.

Required – Gail Grant Technical Manual and  Dictionary of Classical Ballet (available on Amazon ISBN 978-0486218434) 

Thursdays– jazz and musical theater. Focus on FUN. Attire: black leggings or pants (must be able to move and stretch) Leotard or t-shirt. Bare midriff not appropriate. Black jazz shoes. May wear socks to first class.

Registration will include occasional evening company class, performance opportunities, and master classes (small additional cost) with professional dancers throughout the year

Ms. DeSilva

Tuesday & Thursday mornings 6:50 am

$50 Per Semester

Fiber Club

Learn or practice knitting and/or crocheting. Students may bring their own project if they already have one, or I will provide yarn and hooks or needles for a beginning level project, such as a dishcloth.

Ms. Schripsema

Thursdays  during lunch/rec

$50 per semester

Jazz Ensemble

Suitable for performers at all levels, and open to piano, drum set, guitar, bass (guitar and upright), trombone, and saxophone players. Other instruments considered on an individual basis.

Dr. Mann

Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 Room 513

$10 Per semester

The Green Team

Do you enjoy the outdoors and keeping our environment beautiful? Join the NPX Green Team. We care for the school garden, help organize recycling, and learn about the natural world. This year we are hoping to incorporate outdoor survival skills, a field trip to a local farm, and outdoor arts and crafts.


Tuesdays at Lunch Room 505

$20 Per semester

Strength & Conditioning

Weightlifting and general condition for students in 7th -12th grades. It is advised to change from uniform to athletic wear (such as field day attire) and athletic shoes. Please bring a water bottle.

Mr. Gray

Tuesday & Thursday after school until 5pm Meet in the weight room


Eupraxia – Wellness Club

Eupraxia is Greek for “faring well”. In this club, we will briefly cover a number of topics relating to general wellness. Topics can/will include things such as stress management, sleep, general nutrition, healthy friendships, etc. The club members will also help to determine which topics they would like to learn more about. We aim to provide information to promote a healthy mind, body, and soul. All meetings will be optional to attend, and all meetings will be free to attend.

Mr. Fleming

Once per week during lunch. Day TBD

No cost

Key Club: Service Program for High School Students

Key Club–Community volunteer organization. Student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club

Ms. Tabor

Wednesdays during lunch


High School Art Club

High School Art Club: An open studio during lunch for creative students.


Mr. Black

Mondays during 2nd lunch



Model UN

Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation and/or academic activity in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations.

Mr. Boyer

Every other Friday at lunch in room 521

$30/ semester

Yearbook Club

Yearbook Club is a yearlong club that gives students the opportunity to leave a lasting impression at North Phoenix Prep. Students will learn to be photographers, graphic designers, and marketing planners. These are all the different areas that are covered and explored while building the yearbook for the school. Our main focus is to create and promote the sale of the school yearbook. Meeting times and days vary.  The price includes a Yearbook and a T-shirt. Join the yearbook club and help leave your mark!

Ms. Pagnone

Room 616 Day/time/TBD


Middle School Choir

Mr. Lang

Friday afternoons 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Room 515


Small Stock Club

Students will practice livestock husbandry skills with their own small stock animal. They will practice leadership, budgeting, and record keeping. Students will be required to already own or purchase a rabbit, poultry, or guinea pig and must participate in the Maricopa County Fair in April. Other shows are optional but will be available.

Ms. Williams

8/13 – 5/6 (Meeting dates: 8/13, 8/27, 9/24, 11/5, 11/26, 12/10, 1/21, 1/28, 2/11, 3/4, 3/25, 4/29, 5/6)

When: Mondays from 3:30 – 4:30 (Only on specific dates above. Additional Saturday commitments will be announced later.)


Shades of the West

Together we will be exploring the literary and artistic influence of authors and artists of color within the Western culture. Participation is free and open to all grade levels. Please join us in room 614 each Monday during lunch.

Ms. Tabor & Ms. Coughlon


Homework Club meets daily after school on the Prep side of our campus. Homework club is run by Prep teachers and requires a registration. 

Quarter 1 Homework Club available HERE. Make sure you have pre-registered!

7th & 8th grade students are welcome to attend the Athenaeum program located on the Archway side of the campus

Athenaeum is a tuition-based extension of the school day, featuring dedicated homework time and high-quality enrichment opportunities. Our activities and lessons are aimed at improving students’ scholastic performance by reinforcing the lessons, virtues and curriculum of the classroom. But it’s not all academics! Athenaeum scholars also enjoy time for recreation, games, socializing and just plain fun. Athenaeum runs daily from the dismissal bell (even on half-days) until 6:00pm.

Click here to register for Athenaeum