Clubs & Organizations

Students in computer science club

Maybe you want to send a weather balloon into space, or bake cupcakes, or play the piano.

Maybe you're a singer, or concerned with animal welfare, or interested in sports journalism. Or maybe you want to explore your spiritual side, be it Muslim, Catholic, or Jewish. There are clubs and organizations doing all of these things at Northfield Mount Hermon. Our annual Student Involvement Fair offers almost as many intriguing choices as our course catalog.

Not only are student clubs a great way to pursue an interest you already have, they’re a great way to try something totally new with people who want to see you succeed. Maybe you've never spoken a single word into a microphone; you'll get all the training you need to work at the NMH radio station. Or theater may be completely alien to you, but we'll find you the perfect role, onstage or behind the scenes. 

NMH faculty get involved, too; they're enthusiastic, supportive collaborators. And even if you take a leap and start your own group, you'll be sure to find other students ready to join you.

Current student clubs, affinity groups, and other organizations

Nhu Hoang

My philosophy is: Fail early, so you can eventually succeed.

Gretel Schatz, Director of the Dance program, instructs a dance student.

I want dance students to engage their own memory and intellect.

Mary Hefner

I love teaching AP Bio. The kids are highly motivated.

Eugene

“The best thing about NMH is the connections you make.” 

Connor

“NMH challenges students to innovate and persevere while keeping in mind the effects of our actions on the community."

Taneyah

“This community gives me the resources to grow as a student and discover passions I never knew I had.” 

Anna

“I am confident in myself and my abilities to succeed, thanks to NMH.”

Miles

"I love the freedom I have to explore what I am passionate about."

Leighlani

"NMH gives us space to experiment and gradually to grow into ourselves."

Noah

"I noticed how welcoming everyone was when I first came to campus.”

Ayleen

“The first step to excelling at NMH is embracing your own individuality.” 

Tayhee

“I appreciate the bond faculty and students have at NMH.”

Marissa

"The community at NMH is unlike any I’ve ever known, and for that I am grateful.”

Olivia

"NMH allows me to be myself in the classroom and ensures I am an articulate, curious, and courageous student.”

Aksorn

“I was initially surprised by how relaxed, yet academic, the environment is."

Abby

"The curriculum here is hard, but it’s the right amount of hard."

Ngone

“The academics are extremely rigorous, but because of the way teachers present things, it’s like, ‘I have school today!’”