Clubs & Organizations


SST Northwest is proud to offer our students with a variety of afterschool activities and clubs for the 2021-2022 school year.


SST Northwest Fall Clubs Information

-Clubs will begin the week of September 27th and meet weekly through the week of December 6th.

-Please be sure to look carefully at the grade levels indicated for each club before making your selections.

-Club fees vary slightly depending on the resources needed for each club and will help cover the cost of materials, books, and equipment as well as a club celebration that will take place at the end of the semester. Parents will be sent a link in ParentSquare to pay club fees along with the official confirmation of enrollment.

- We may need to limit how many clubs a student can join to allow all students to participate. Your child may not be able to have a spot in a club every day but we will ensure they are able to participate in at least one club of choice. Parents will receive official notice of their child's enrollment into a club for confirmation.

-While some clubs will have limits on spots, we have created a plan to offer many spots in our K-2nd clubs because we have several staff members teaming up. Our goal is that every student will be able to join the club of their choice.


Requirements for clubs:

  • grade average above 70 in all classes

  • Attendance above 90 percent average (unless valid excuses)

  • Positive behavior during the school day

*these clubs will also work towards participating in a competition for their areas.


  • Important- Students enrolled in our Narwhal Afterschool care will receive a 50% discount on club fees.

Book Club--K-2: Students will enjoy read-alouds and activities to go along with various stories and children’s books throughout the semester.


Art Clubs--K-8: Students will enjoy creating various art projects and craft activities using a variety of materials and of varying complexity depending on grade level.


Math Kangaroo--1-3: Perhaps you have heard of the international mathematical competition called Math Kangaroo USA. This competition takes place every year on the third Thursday in March, with practice beginning in early Fall. This is a fun opportunity for students to learn new strategies and skills while completing challenging math problems.


STEM Clubs--K-4: Students will work independently and in groups to build, create, and solve problems using a variety of materials and resources in a fun and engaging way with Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics concepts.


Jr. FLL & FLL--K-8 (2 divisions): First Lego League Robotics and Jr. First Lego League Robotics introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants gain real-world problem-solving experiences through a guided, global robotics program, helping today’s students and teachers build a better future together. Both divisions inspire youth to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning and robotics. *Competition information will be shared.


Character Squads--3-8: Come join us as we celebrate character and participate in fun activities, learn chants, and work together to share our magic Narwhal spirit!


Makerspace Club--5-8: We will build, create, design, and make using a variety of materials in the Makerspace!


Drama Club--5-8: The arts can provide our children with a fresh viewpoint while also engaging them in a hobby that has been cherished across cultures for centuries. We will have so much fun engaging in skits and celebrating our own unique expressions.


Science Olympiad--6-8: Science Olympiad is an American team competition in which students compete in 23 events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Over 7,800 middle school and high school teams from 50 U.S. states compete each year.


Student Council--4-8: Student council gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to the school and community, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community


Math Counts--5-8: Perfect for our math problem solvers! This competition is divided into four stages: school, chapter, state, and national. The math problems increase in difficulty between levels—perfect scores are relatively common at the school-level, while winners of the written round at the national-level do not often achieve a perfect score.


News Club--4-8: Students will have the opportunity to write and develop basic newspaper and newsletter skills, and explore photography/videography with the ultimate goal of producing a school newspaper to keep the SST Northwest staff and Narwhal student body up to date on the latest news, current events, and happenings!


Study Hall--3-8: Students will have the opportunity to finish work and have quiet study time in a supervised study hall environment.


Chess Club--3-8: Students will have the opportunity to play the game of chess, including tournament play. Playing chess has many benefits and can improve academic skills such as concentration, reasoning, creativity, and problem solving.


U.S. Geography Olympiad--6-8: The United States Geography Championships, formerly known as the United States Geography Olympiad, is a nationwide academic geography competition for primary and secondary school students in the United States. It was introduced during the 2012-2013 school year. It currently consists of approximately 105 National Qualifying Exam sites held around the United States and its territories, along with a certain number of international schools. This is an fun & excellent opportunity to showcase one’s geographical skills and understanding of a country's geography.