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Clubs & Activities

Enrichment through Clubs and Activities

New Life Academy offers multiple enrichment opportunities through academic clubs and Extra-curricular activities outside of school. Current enrichment activities and clubs are listed below. If you are interested in a particular extracurricular activity, login to myEagleNet, select Extra Curricular Registration and add the event of interest.

Academic Clubs & Memberships

Student Council

Student Council is a leadership opportunity for students in Elementary and Upper School. At the Elementary level, council members share ideas, concerns and interests with teachers and principals. At the Secondary level, council members are the voice to the administration and have input on decisions that affect them and their school as well as help plan events.



National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s most prestigious organization that recognizes outstanding high school students. Being selected as a member of the National Honor Society is one of highest honors a high school student can receive. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.



International Student Club

The International Student Club is designed to promote the interests of the International Students and to integrate students with campus and community life.



Mock Trial

The Minnesota High School Mock Trial Program is an exciting law-related education program that introduces students to the American legal system and provides a challenging opportunity for personal growth and achievement. Students will exercise their critical thinking and teamwork skills, as well as the basic skills learned in the classroom.



Middle School Knowledge Bowl

Middle Grades Knowledge Bowl (MGKB) is an interdisciplinary academic competition for students in grades 6-8. During each meet, teams of students compete in written and oral rounds by answering questions related to all areas of learning. Questions are taken from the standard curriculum for the grades and test students’ recall, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Knowledge Bowl competition provides a format for student growth centered on academics and teamwork.

WHO: SIXTH THROUGH EIGHTH GRADE STUDENTS

WHEN: TUESDAYS FROM NOVEMBER 1st THROUGH FEBRUARY 14th

PRACTICES ARE FROM 3:10-4:30

WHERE: Room 206

COMPETITIONS: FOUR COMPETITIVE MATCHES WITH OTHER METRO AREA MIDDLE SCHOOLS

COST: $60 for the season

QUESTIONS: Contact

Register for this activity by logging into myEagleNet and selecting Extracurricular Registration on the left side menu.



Young Authors Conference

Students in Grades 4-8 are invited to a daylong writing extravaganza where they will spend their day practicing their own writing while learning from local authors, songwriters, illustrators, poets and screenwriters. Students will learn the power of the well-written word and the way in which it can inform, inspire and transform.

2016-2017 Young Authors Conference:

March 16, 2017
Bethel University
$45/student
35 spots available
Register by logging into myEagleNet and selecting Extra Curricular Registration (on the left)



Take the next step to prepare and equip your child for success.

Always minded towards paving the way for a brighter future for our students, our academic program will challenge, equip and empower your student in a nurturing environment.