The vibrant student life and Northland Scholars Academy includes a variety of clubs, activities, and organizations. The following is a partial list. Additional offerings may be organized should there be the requisite student demand for them.*
Boys – Basketball
Girls – Basketball
The Great Outdoors
Canoeing and Kayaking
Ice Skating and Broomball
Writing and Poetry
Video and Film Making
Students are eligible to earn Academic Letters at Northland Scholars Academy. The criteria required to earn this honor is as follows: Students must have earned a 3.50 – 4.00 G.P.A. for the school year. Eligible students must have completed a minimum of 3 credits per semester. All classes will count toward the G.P.A. This award is based on the combined semester grade point averages from the two previous semesters, not the quarter grade point averages. All students meeting the above criteria will earn an academic chenille letter (similar to the letters athletes earn). Students earning a G.P.A. of 3.50 – 3.75 will be recognized as honor students and will receive a silver Lamp of Knowledge pin. Students earning a G.P.A. of 3.76 – 4.00 will be recognized as high honor students and will receive a gold Lamp of Knowledge pin. Averages will be determined up to two decimal points. Each subsequent year in which a student earns an academic letter, a gold or silver bar will be awarded according to the corresponding G.P.A.
* Other clubs (including athletic) and organizations may be added as deemed appropriate by the NSA administration and supported by student popular demand.
Transportation to school activities/events/competitions will be provided by NSA. Students must use that form of transportation. All applicable Northland Scholars rules and policies and those of sponsoring organizations such as WSMA, WHSFA, and WIAA are to be followed at all extra & co-curricular activities.