There is a wide variety of sports organizations and clubs that students take advantage of at NDCR to enhance their overall experience during their four years with us. If you have a passion that is not explored below, please consider initiating the process to start your own club!
NDCR Student Government consists of four elected representatives from each class. These representatives include the Class President, Vice President, Student Representative and Treasurer. The purpose of the Student Government is to serve as the liaison between the student body, faculty and administration of the school and as a voice of the student body to the administration. The members of the Student Government shall also provide leadership and an example for the students of NDCR.
The Yearbook Committee is committed to creating a yearbook that the students and faculty will be proud of. They have been working tirelessly to make sure that this year’s publication will be a comprehensive look at their high school experience!
The purpose of the Anime Club is to provide a space for students to connect over and celebrate their interest in east-Asian art and media, notably animation. Focusing on a hobby/interest that was once considered countercultural, the Anime Club aims to bring students together to appreciate and learn from cross-cultural trends in media such as storytelling, music, fashion, and of course, animation. Student participants will gain a broader understanding of the context in which their preferred media was created and a safe, supportive space to pursue their interests with like-minded peers.
The Theater Club encourages students to express their creativity and ideas in an open-minded and safe space. Students participate in creative writing and performing in original pieces. Members are welcome to audition to act or be part of the stage crew. It will enable students to explore and expand their creativity, leadership role abilities, communication skills, and respecting others' opinions.
Science & Engineering Club
The NDCR Science and Engineering Club provides membership to our students who are getting to know about science and engineering. In the club, students lead and seek science learning opportunities in school and outside organizations. Members engage in activities and field trips that promote science and engineering exploration beyond classroom curriculum. They meet with other students and promote fellowship utilizing shared interests. Lastly, they experience being a part of larger scientific communities and meet with people who are enthusiastic about science - scientists, engineers, professors, doctors, writers, and artists.
Girl Scouts provide girls the opportunity to lead their own adventure and team up with other girls in an all-girl environment to choose the exciting, hands-on activities that interest them most. Along the way, they will gain important skills in four areas that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience: Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), Outdoors, Life Skills and Entrepreneurship