Student Clubs

Are you looking for something to become involved with this year at the NGC? Becoming a member of a club or athletic team is a great way to meet new friends and ease the transition to high school. Students from the NGC may also participate in clubs at the high school. If you are interested in that, please see your counselor.

Art Club

The Art Club is for any student at the NGC. You do not have to be in an art class to be in Art Club! Art Club is organized by local artist and NGC teacher Ashley Burosh. Art Club is for students interested in the visual arts that would like to create art along-side peers with similar interests. The club meets every Thursday in room F109 from 3:30 to 4pm. Students must arrange for transportation at 4pm as they may not stay in the building after 4pm unless they have arranged to stay with another teacher or coach. Planned activities include: screen printing, stamp and button making, cardboard collage and painting, found object mural, outdoor chalk mural, holiday activities, origami, etc.

Sponsored by: Mrs. Ashley Burosh

Business Professionals of America

You will learn about BPA (Business Professionals of America) through your Prep CC Class and membership is open to all interested students. This club will help you develop your skills if you are interested in pursuing a career in business management, office administration, information technology, or other related career fields. You will also have an opportunity to compete at regional, state, and national levels. BPA is also a Co-curricular business organization open to any student enrolled in a business course at either the NGC or BDHS 10th-12th grade campus; and, thus, you will be able to continue membership in this club throughout all four years of high school.

Membership Dues: $20 National BPA Fee (a fundraiser will be provided for assistance with dues if desired)

National Website: Business Professionals of America

Sponsored by: Mrs. Lori Fulford & Mrs. Gerlanna Dickey

Cardio Club

This club is designed to introduce weight lifting to students. Students create weight training plans to maximize muscle development through a multitude of weight lifting exercises. Once a month the club completes a physical benchmark test that includes maxing out on bench, squat and military press. This data is collected and tracked throughout the school year. It is a fun and exciting atmosphere that promotes support and camaraderie among its members. This club will meet for the first time on October 2nd. We will meet Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30 – 4:30.

Sponsor: Mr. Kris Sims


Our mission is to inspire our students to travel and learn about new cultures and teach them how to appreciate differences and pass that forward, inspiring them to make a difference within their school, community, state, nation and even globally. Our hope is to introduce and offer opportunities which cultivate a cultural awareness while fostering service learning consciousness through travel and volunteer service.

Sponsor: Mrs. Kris Miller

Page Turners & Battle of the Books

Page Turners is a group of students who love to read. We get together after-school on Fridays to discuss books that students are reading. Students interested in Battle of the Books must read 8 books. Once the students have read all 8 books the team competes in April against other HS teams in Indianapolis. The competition involves a written test over the content of the books. Then, the top 3 scoring teams will compete in a “Jeopardy” type round to determine a winner.

Sponsor: Mrs. Diane Rogers


SAVE Club is a national nonprofit organization created by students for students that is dedicated to promoting good citizenship and respect by helping others of all ages learn how to care for other people.

SAVE Club:
Engages students in meaningful violence prevention efforts within their school and community.
Empowers youth with knowledge and skills necessary to provide service to their community and school.
Encourages positive peer influences within the school and community through violence prevention efforts.
Educates students about the effects and consequences of violence as well as safe activities for students, parents, and the community.

The SAVE Club will meet on Mondays in the Parent Welcome Center from 3:30 to 4:30.

Sponsor: Mrs. Anita Swaner-Templeton

Spanish Club

Beginning in January, the Spanish Club will create opportunities for students to practice Spanish conversation and increase their exposure to the culture and customs of Spanish-speaking people. Any student enrolled in Spanish I or II may join. We will celebrate Hispanic holidays, learn about different customs, and experience the food, music, games and art of Hispanic culture. Meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 4:30.

Sponsor: Mrs. Silvia Hernandez-Calderon


Yearbook is a club for students who are on the WNGC Academy. This club is perfect for you if you have an interest in photography, editing, page layout, interviewing, and collaborating with others. Meeting times vary throughout the year, but mainly after school and is coordinated through after school activities. Please see Mrs. Myers or Mrs. Ellwanger for more details.

Sponsors: Mrs. Jenn Myers