What do you need to do? All new families should complete the survey to submit Activity requests. This includes the option to take Spanish in 8th grade (see below). Complete the activity request form by clicking the button below.
What is "Activity Period?" In Middle School, there is an “Activity” class period each day devoted to clubs. These clubs are non-graded. A guide for such activities can be found here to help your son choose a club that may interest him. Most occur twice or three times a week, so in most cases, your son can be in two different clubs. Note: The only Middle School club that does not meet during this period is our Robotics Team.
Will my son get his Activity Period request? They are subject to availability, we try to give students his first or second choice. You’ll see which Activity he received when you view his course schedule in our school system, onCampus.
Language at Northridge, in the Middle School. Northridge 7th and 8th graders take Latin. 6th Graders will take Language Arts, where there is a focus on grammar, writing, and Latin roots. For any middle schooler interested, Exploratory Spanish is offered as a Monday/Wednesday/Friday activity, for credit. In High School, students will choose to concentrate on either Latin or Spanish.
What you need to do. All 9th Grade students must complete the form below to select their elective preferences. All other grades (10th – 12th) will be contacted by the Head of High School, Mr. Peter Fletcher (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be guided through the elective selection process.
Languages: Choosing Latin or Spanish. Northridge offers a choice between Latin and Spanish in grades 9–12. Note: 9th Graders take either Spanish 1 or Latin 1 (no prior experience necessary for either).
Electives. In high school, there are a few class periods each day devoted to elective course offerings. These electives are graded for-credit courses.
Will my son get his Elective request? They are subject to availability, we try to give students their first or second choice. You’ll see which Elective he received when you view his course schedule in our school system, onCampus.