Is your student looking for activities to enhance their educational experience at Northwestern? 
This page lists several activities offered to students from elementary to high school level.
Detailed announcements regarding extra-curricular activities are made on a daily basis during homeroom.

High School

Academic Sports League (ASL) -Students compete individually, and as a team, against other schools in a variety of academic areas.  Practices are scheduled after school several days a week from September to February.

Art Club - Open to anyone interested in Art, the Art Club will take trips to museums and other special art events, hold an art-a-thon and explores unique areas of art.

Cats R Us - School Store
hands on experience, especially appropriate for students in the business program.  Students work in the morning, at lunch, and after school in the school store.

Concert Band - Open to all students with an instrumental music background.  Concert performances are held throughout the year.

Drama Club
Plays are offered several times a year.  Students can try-out for an acting role or stage crew, helping with lighting, sets, audio, etc.

Forte -A choral ensemble which requires students to audition in order to participate.  In addition to performing at school concerts, the group travels throughout the local community for various performances.

Future Farmers of America (FFA) - The Albion chapter of the National FFA Organization is very active in our district.  Students must be enrolled in Agriculture classes and meet monthly in the Ag Room.  The group participates in many local events such as the Albion Fair, Pumpkin Walk, the Maple Expo.  Our local chapter travels to the state farm show as well as the state and national conference.

Guitar and String Club -
Students learn both basic and advanced guitar and play various styles of music together.  The group also participates in several concerts a year.

Marching Band
Many hours of practice and dedication are required of students participating in Marching Band.  Students compete on Saturdays at local band competitions during September and October.  They also perform at football games and parades.

Mock Trial -
Seniors enrolled in the law class can compete at the Erie County Courthouse, by portraying the roles of prosecution, defense, and witnesses.

Model United Nations -
Students in grades 10-12 participate in a Gannon University sponsored program that deals with topics affecting the real United Nations.  Each school is assigned a country and students work together to solve problems.

National Honor Society
- National Honor Society is a service organization that focuses on helping community groups and projects, such as community blood drives, food drives.  Eligible students are invited to complete an application.  After review by the selection committee, students who meet the selection criteria are chosen to be inducted as members in the spring of each school year.

Student Council -
Student Council sponsors various activities and fundraisers throughout the year.  Students must be willing to commit themselves.

Thespian Society - Students are invited to this honorary society based on their in involvement in dramatic productions.

Tri-M Music Honor Society - This is an honor society for students involved in music.  Students can be tracked for selection if they are involved in music classes and maintain a good academic standing.

Yearbook - Students have the opportunity to produce a book that records the year’s activities and events in a permanent form.