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Student Organizations


The National Junior Honor Society recognizes outstanding 7th, 8th, and 9th-grade students who have demonstrated the traits of scholarship, leadership, character, service, and citizenship.

The National Honor Society recognizes 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students who have demonstrated scholarship, leadership, character, service, and citizenship.


  • Earn and maintain a grade average of 90 or above over the previous three semesters. (All grades except P.E./Athletics will be included in the grade average.)
  • No 5’s in conduct over the previous three semesters
  • No 4’s in conduct during the previous or current semester
  • Must have been in attendance at NCS for one (1) full semester
  • Return the application by the deadline
  • Participate in two school, church, or community service activities
  • Display positive leadership characteristics and attitudes
  • No Class ‘A’ or ‘B’ discipline violations
  • Academic Committee approval
  • Attend induction ceremony
  • After the election, if any of the above qualifications are not evidenced, a member will be placed on probation. One (1) semester will be allowed to correct the deficiency, or membership will be terminated. Major disciplines may result in removal from the National Honor Society. Once terminated, a student may not be reinstated.

At Northland Christian School, our student council is a student-led organization representing the student body in school affairs. The student council is open to all students in 9th-12th grades. Officers are elected by student council members each spring for the upcoming school year.

The purpose of the Student Council is to raise awareness for community and global causes and provide opportunities for students to help serve in various capacities on our school campus. The Student Council also actively works to encourage school spirit and to promote acts of kindness in our student body. We seek to demonstrate the love of Christ and endeavor to demonstrate His unconditional love for others through our acts of service so our school is known for its love, compassion, and generosity.

2022-2023 STUCO Officers:

President: Brooklyn Freeman

Vice Presidents: Christina Vigil and Harmony Moore

Service Chair: Camille Downey

Spiritual Life Chair: Madelyn Blossom

Blood Drive Chairs: Collin Scamp-Gross and Cierra Raven

Elementary Chair: Natalie Ramirez

Spirit Chair: Fabiana Gonzalez

Membership in Student Council is open for all students in grades 9-12. All interested students may fill out an application at the beginning of the school year. All Student Council members are required to purchase a STUCO t-shirt which must be worn any time they serve.

2022-2023 Programs

  • Souper Bowl of Caring Food Drive
  • Assisting with Elementary events: Pastries with Parents, Grandparents’ Day, Little Boots Day, Field Day
  • Blood Drives for Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center
  • Operation Christmas Child
  • Powder Puff football game
  • Homecoming Decorations for Hallways
  • Awareness Week
  • International Student Connection Committee
  • Teacher Appreciation Week
  • Other service opportunities

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