Band Objectives:

  • Cultural – To continue the development of music appreciation & understanding through the study & performance of music.

  • Educational – To develop interested & discriminating listeners & provide a well-rounded musical background.

  • Service – To provide music & support for school and community affairs, while promoting & enhancing the dignity & reputation of the band at music festivals & concerts.

  • Recreational – To provide all students with an opportunity for worthy use of leisure time, an emotional outlet, & good social experiences.




Choir is an elective music course for JH & high school students desiring to perform.  The goal of this course is to teach students to become better & more confident musicians & to develop an appreciation for various styles of music.

close up

Close Up


Founded in 1971, Close Up is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, civic education organization that believes a strong democracy requires active, informed participation by all citizens. Therefore, we seek to serve young people from all communities and all backgrounds, regardless of race, religion, gender, socioeconomic level, or academic standing.  

Close Up’s issue-centric, nonpartisan curriculum gives participants a deeper understanding of history, government institutions, current issues, and the role of citizens. Our goal is to inspire every person to find their voice and to help young people develop critical skills for tackling the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. 



Advisor: Brady Eichelberger

Esports is a fast-growing non-traditional flexible sport that involves competing via school appropriate video games against other schools within the region. Esports is all about reaching students who have a passion for video games and/or technology. Just like for other sports, students are required to remain eligible, consistently attend practice, & remain committed to the program. Esports teaches valuable lessons similar to traditional sports, such as strong communication, self & team accountability, handling both wins and losses, building friendships and a place of belonging. Not only do more high schools across the state and nation build programs each year, but colleges/universities do as well, which can lead to potential scholarships and future opportunities.

NR-S Esports works with Fenworks to support our gaming programs. They provide high level, technical and coaching support:

Here is the link to our Twitch stream: We will use this to stream Rocket League varsity games, which are going to be played on Tuesdays at 5:00pm.





National Honor Society

Advisor: Amy Cudworth

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, CHARACTER.

  • Scholarship: NR-S students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) meet the scholarship requirement for membership.

  • Leadership: Student leaders are resourceful, good problem solvers, involved in and promote school activities, dependable, and are both organized & organizers.

  • Service: The NR-S chapter has established 15 hours of volunteer work per student during the school term.

  • Character: Students must uphold principles of morality & ethics; be cooperative & responsible; demonstrate high standards of honesty & reliability; show courtesy, concern & respect for others.


Sources of Strength

Advisor: Mindy Meier

Student Council

Student Council

Advisor: Avolt Baumbach