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In addition to a high academic standard, Norcross High School is committed to offering its students a wide variety of clubs and activities. Whether boasting a membership of over one hundred or just a few folks, the organizations at Norcross hope to provide a place where students can feel a sense of community.
There really is something for everyone!

School Sponsored & Student Led

School Sponsored


Mission Statement



800 Club

To honor students who have achieved an "800" on any part of the SAT, PSAT or SAT Subject Exam.


African-American Leadership Roundtable (AALR)

A student empowerment team that provides students with the skills to move beyond negative stereotypes and into positions of leadership.

Terrell Jones

Cedric Cooks

Art Club

To provide students with the opportunity to experiment with a variety of art media.



A performing arts class designed for students with experience on wind and percussion instruments. The marching band performs at football games, competitions and other events.

Band Room

Best Buddies

Provides disabled and non-disabled students with an opportunity to socially interact with the school community.



A cappella

A place where students can use their talents to entertain others while expressing and challenging themselves and honing their musical abilities.





To give students the opportunity to perform dance choreography with flags, rifles, sabers and props with the Marching Band.

Band Room



To give students with little to no advanced dancing skills a chance to express themselves musically through expression.



DECA(Distributive Education Clubs of America)

To provide Marketing Education students learning opportunities and preparing these emerging leaders through goal-oriented chapter activities in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.

Kelly Young



Drama Club

An opportunity to allow students to express themselves through the art of performance and artistic collaboration.



First Robotics

To provide an opportunity for students to learn and develop skills in leadership and organization as well as understanding the various aspects of designing and building a robot for competition.

Drafting Room

French Club

To promote an understanding and appreciation of French culture and language outside of the classroom setting.


French Honor Society

The establishment of a chapter of the French Honor Society offers several potential benefits to a secondary French program.

Madeline Crain


Future Problem Solvers (FPS)

To give students a creative avenue for problem solving. Competes in FPS competition.


Georgia Thespian Society

To promote excellence in high school theater.

Drama Room

Gwinnett Student Leadership Team (GSLT)

To develop student leaders who enhance the function of leadership throughout their local schools by shaping culture and performance.


IB Club (International Baccalaureate)

To provide an environment that encourages IB Diploma and IB Certificate students to be involved in artistic pursuits, sports and community service work, thus fostering their awareness and appreciation of life outside the classroom.

Linda Katz



To Promote positive environmental behavior at NHS and in our community.



To foster an interest in building superior physical fitness, to learn complex drill movements with rifles, and to be a ceremonial escort for the flag.

Gym 1

Math Team

For students who excel in Math will have the opportunity to compete against other Math Teams.


Mock Trial

A competitive organization that simulates a real-life trial in front of a judge and jury which is designed to help students develop problem-solving abilities, advocacy skills and public speaking.


Model UN

To allow students interested in diplomacy and foreign affairs to engage with others and participate in a simulation of the United Nations.

Andrea Bieytes

National Art Honor Society

To recognize outstanding art students who excel in the Visual Arts and give them opportunities to explore new art techniques, participate in art-based community service, and develop their personal portfolio.

Laura Insixiengmay


National English Honor Society

To confer distinction upon secondary school students for high achievement in English language and literature; provide, through its local chapters, cultural stimulation in secondary school environments; encourage interest in English language arts; promote exemplary character and good fellowship among its members; serve society by fostering literacy.

Sage Hernandez

Maria Pena

National Honor Society (NHS)

NHS is a prestigious society which recognizes students who excel in Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character, and challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

TRL 4,


National Science Honor Society

To encourage and recognize students with aptitudes and interests in the sciences at NHS, emphasizing scholarship, academic leadership, and community service.


National Thespian Society

An honor society where membership on the basis of the student's achievements in the school's theatre program.



Norcross HOSA

The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all healthcare enthusiasts, therefore, helping them to meet the needs of the healthcare community.


Norcross Student Leadership Team (NSLT)

To develop student leaders who enhance the function of leadership throughout school by shaping culture and performance.


Odyssey of the Mind

Teaching students to learn creative problem-solving methods while having fun in the process.

Alix McHardy

One Act Play

Competitive performance entered into the GHSA One-Act Play competition.



Readers Rally

To prepare students who have a passion for reading, competition, and teamwork, to compete in the Gwinnett Co. Reader's Rally; for students who have read the Georgia Peach Award books.

Lauren Hagey,

Lorraine McCullough



Science Fair /Science Olympiad

Encouraging students to Enhance science projects and compete with other students.

Alix McHardy

Senior Beta

A service organization and honors society serving our community by participating in projects and activities.


Spanish Club

To provide the opportunity for members to speak Spanish and increase their knowledge and awareness of the Spanish-speaking world and its culture.



Spanish National Honor Society

To recognize outstanding students who have excelled academically in Spanish.



Student Council

An organization whose member's primary focus is to represent their peers, to be a liaison to the faculty and staff, to plan and lead events, and which encourages all students to actively participate in school events and activities.



Technology Student Association (TSA)

To prepare its members to be successful leaders and responsible citizens in a technological society through co-curricular activities within the technology education program.



Winter Guard

To give students the opportunity to perform dance choreography with flags, rifles, sabers and props in an indoor setting and to compete at local competitions during the winter months.



Writing Club

To give students a chance to participate in a writing workshop with peers and to work on individual writing skills. We will also read and evaluate creative works by contemporary authors (both poetry and fiction), in order to examine the authors' style and to use as models for student writing.



A class that focuses on the production of a professional, creative publication that covers the students and activities at Norcross High School, and to take on responsibilities in an authentic business situation.

Chris Miller


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Student Led


Mission Statement



Anime Club

To learn about Japanese culture, provide a place for students to interact with a shared interest, and explore technology related to animation.

D112, D101

Blue Crew

Students encourage and support a positive school environment.

B209, B204

Chess Club

To learn, develop, and practice the sport of chess. To instill the virtues of organization, planning, strategizing, critical thought and sportsmanship in a relaxed, constructive, and social atmosphere.

A202, D203

Culinary Club

To provide students with the opportunity to learn cooking techniques and to prepare food for others.

Counseling Office

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA )

Providing students, athletes and adults a place for fellowship and worship. Focusing on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.

Collin Oliver

Field House

Future Business Leaders of America(FBLA)

To bring business and educators together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.



To provide a safe and welcoming space for any student who wants to talk about issues related to sexual orientation or gender identity and expression



Students interested in Art projects, community service or any.


More Love Letters

To spread love and encouragement to others.


Philosophy Club

We aim to challenge and expant pre-conceived notions on social, political, and intellectual issues.


Random Acts of Kindness (RAKS)

A club to focus on others and perform anonymous actions for people in need and those deserving recognition.


Relay for Life

A service-oriented group supporting the American Cancer Society and its mission, and participating in theGwinnett County Relay for Life event in the spring.

Amy Gallois, 

Caitlin Delvasto

Gym, Media Center

Step Team

To provide an opportunity for students to learn how to "Step" and to perform at NHS basketball games and other community events.


Young Americans for Freedom



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