After School and 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 currently offered.   Price is per semester unless otherwise noted. 

Homework Club- a supervised after-school time for students to complete homework. Homework club is not tutoring. If your scholar is in need of tutoring please contact the teacher for the particular subject. Homework club requires a yearly registration and a quarterly tuition payment  based on days of the week attending. Please go HERE for a full description of Homework club and policies. Homework Club will be available beginning Wednesday, August 7th. 

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

Fall 2019 Clubs: Register and Pay HERE

Name of Club Description and Required Supplies




Pep Club

Available to all North Phoenix Prep students? Do you like sports? Interested in getting LOUD! Pep club will cheer on our Gladiator sports teams and also support student culture during pep assemblies!

Ms. DeSilva


begins week of August 19th


RPG (Role Playing Game) Club

This semester we will explore the world of Mouse Guard.

 Mouse Guard RPG is based on the Mouse Guard comic books by David Petersen – he co-authored the game. You don’t need to know the comics to play; you simply need to be able to imagine life as a mouse. Imagine how monstrous a raccoon must be when frogs are twice your size. Imagine hiding under a maple leaf. Imagine two inches of snow covering your furry little body. Imagine the natural world rendered bigger, more wondrous, more dangerous. So grab your weapons, fluff up your fur, tweak your whiskers, and tap into your anxieties about owls, weasels, and raccoons. You’re about to undertake great and perilous deeds for the sake of all mousekind

~it’s not what you fight, it’s what you fight for. 

Mr. Frederickson


3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Room 523

$45 per semester

 Chamber Orchestra

A string ensemble open to all intermediate-level violin, viola, cello, and double-bass students at NPX. Beginners should contact Dr. Mann for a placement audition and may be admitted depending on their ability level. Intermediate and advanced students may register without an audition. Students must be able to read music, though Suzuki students who read music but are still working on sight-reading fluency will be considered.

Students must have their own instrument.

Dr. Mann

Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday


Room 513

$35 per semester

Scholar’s Forum

 An opportunity for students and faculty to engage intellectually outside of the classroom. Each meeting of the Forum includes a 5 min. presentation by a pre-scheduled speaker (students and faculty may sign up to speak) on a topic of their choosing. The remaining 20 minutes opens the meeting up to discussion from the other members of the forum who will engage with the speaker and other members of the forum on the given topic, either in discourse or open debate. No one will be forced to present and some participants may never present or even speak, preferring to simply listen to the conversation for the whole year.

Dr. Mann

 Monday’s at Lyceum

Room 523


Performance Dance Club

Appropriate for beginner to advanced dancers, gymnasts, and musical theater enthusiasts!  We will work on technique, terminology, and choreography while exploring the dance styles of jazz, musical theater, and ballet. Boys strongly encouraged to join!

Dance club may also work in conjunction with Pep club to support student culture during pep assemblies.

Opportunities for outside performances and outreach as the club progresses!

Appropriate dance attire encouraged but not required.

Ms. DeSilva


begins August 21st 

2:15 pm- 4:30 pm

in the MPR

$25 Per Semester

If the cost of joining this club is a hindrance please email Ms. DeSilva

Chemistry Club

Chemistry Club: Club to safely explore the chemical nature of the world around us.

Ms. Fulton


Begins August 22nd

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Room 601

$20 per semester

Jazz Ensemble

An ensemble for intermediate-advanced students who play piano, drum set, guitar, trumpet, saxophone, trombone, or double-bass/electric bass. Beginners may be admitted after an audition; contact Dr. Mann to schedule an audition. Intermediate and advanced students may register without an audition. Students must be able to read a lead sheet, and chordal instruments (guitar and piano) must be able to read and realize pop-chord notation.

Students who play an instrument other than piano must bring their own instrument. Sheet music will be provided. 

Dr. Mann


Begins August 23rd

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Room 513

$35 Per semester

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

Needed: Book: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey


Monday’s 3:40 pm – 4:40 pm

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  4pm -5pm

Meet in the weight room


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

Mr. Shisler and Dr. Mann

Thursday’s during Lyceum

Begins August 22nd

Room 621



Life Skills Club

High School Students only

Students will learn important skills for after high school.
1st quarter: Typing and how to use Google docs
2nd quarter: Budgeting, apartments, check writing, credit cards, etc.
3rd quarter: Cooking, sewing, home repair, tire changing, etc.
4th quarter: Student choice/College survival

Ms. Humphrey


3:40 pm – 4:40 pm

Room 505

$20/ semester

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.

Find out more about Model UN HERE

Mr. Belcheff


3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

$30/ semester

Drama Club

Drama Club: Drama training and participation in Senior show; improv exercises and scene work, learning to audition, and production crew for Senior show.

Ms. Baker

Thursday’s after school 3:35-4:35 pm

Room 606


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

Every other Thursday after school

3:30 pm – 4:15 pm

Room 616


Middle School Choir

Middle School choir club —This is a co-ed, non-audition ensemble focusing on classical and contemporary choral literature. This group participates in both the NPX Winter and Spring concerts with possible additional performances at NPX or at possible off-campus community outreach events (TBD).

Needed supplies: Black binder, pencils, recording device (memo on smartphone)

Mr. Herrera


Thursdays after school  3:30pm – 4:30pm

Room 515


High School Honors Choir

High School Honors Choir– This is a co-ed, non-audition ensemble focusing on the study of/ performance of classical & contemporary choral literature. This ensemble performances at both the annual NPX Winter and Spring concerts. Additional performance opportunities may occur at NPX or community outreach events (TBD). Depending on enrollment, this ensemble will have two additional break-out ensembles (male and female) within the larger ensemble.

Mr. Herrera


3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Room 515


High School Senate Club

Similar to student council the HS Senate Club supports the High School social events through fundraising and other activities.

Education in marketing, budgeting, and operation of a small business are also components of this important club.

Mr. Black

Tuesdays at lunch

room 514


Small Stock Club

Students will gain leadership skills and learn responsibility by purchasing and raising their very own project animal. Project options are guinea pig, rabbit or poultry. Mrs. Sneed and Mrs. Williams will facilitate the animal selection process. We will not meet every week. The club runs through the entire school year. Participants are required to show at the Maricopa County Fair in April.

If you are interested in this club please attend an information session on August 26th, 2019 with Mrs. Williams. She will be going over all the responsibilities and commitments of raising a Small Stock Project. Email for further information!

Participants will need to purchase their own small stock project. They may choose from a rabbit, cavy, or poultry. They are responsible for purchasing all necessary items.

Ms. Williams


Club meetings will be held on the Archway Campus from 3:30-4:30.

The club will meet all year. The dates for the meetings are as follows: 9/09, 10/21, 11/04, 11/18, 12/2, 01/13, 01/27, 02/10, 03/02, 03/30, 04/06, 04/27, 05/04.
The County Fair will most likely be April 15th, -19th, but they have not given an official date yet. We will also be meeting periodically on Saturdays for Showmanship practice.


After school licensed child care option- 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