NPHS Activities


North Penn High School Activities 

Kyle Berger, Director of Student Activities


All club meetings and activities are to be held virtually until further notice:  Field trips and use of facilities are cancelled until further notice. For the most recent updates visit COVID-19 Resources 

Color Guard: Do you have an interest in being part of the award-winning North Penn Marching Knights but don't play an instrument? Do you have any experience in theater, dance, gymnastics, cheer or any other movement? Do you think it's just cool to throw something in the air and catch it? It is!!!
Join the NPHS Color Guard! No Experience necessary! We will train you to be successful!!!
Email Mr. Santanello or visit 

Reflection Performances and Auditions: Seniors who wish to Perform at Reflections on the night of Friday, June 11, must audition in the Audion on May 26 or 27 from 2:15 to 3:30pm. Please sign up here. Performances, usually singing, dancing, poetry, or any other talent, capture a moments of the past years at NPHS. Performances must be school-appropriate. Masks are mandatory for all performers. 
All performers must attend all 3 Mandatory rehearsals:  June 8, 2:15 to 4:15pm,   June 9, 2:15 to 4:15pm,   June 19, 6:00 to 8:00pm

Senior Portraits, Class of 2022!  The portrait sessions take place at NPHS on Monday, May 24; Wednesday, May 26; and Thursday, May 27.  Schedule your appointment enter school code 415.

Link Crew: Leaders Wanted! Current sophomores and juniors, if you are looking to challenge yourself as a leader and make North Penn's Sophomore Orientation an amazing experience for the Class of 2024, please apply to be a member of next year's Link Crew. There are two mandatory training dates, August 23 and 24, that you must be able to attend. Apply today! Contact Mr. Berger with questions. 

ENACT Club: The ENACT Club has won the 2021 Project Green School, Green difference Award. Project Green Schools honors and recognizes Outstanding Energy, Environmental and STEAM Education efforts led in our Schools and Communities at our Annual Green Difference Awards.
The Green Gazette, our eco-newsletter 
January issue, February issueMarch issue, and April issue. If you'd like to read future issues, please sign up here or follow our community Facebook page

Troubadour Magazine: This year's issue of the Troubadour is published and on-line. Check it out!

Upcoming Events and General Information:

Academic Discussion and Peer Tutoring Club (ADAPT): Virtual Tutoring Program
Every Tuesday at 2:55, the ADAPT Club offers one-on-one virtual peer tutoring. ADAPT Peer tutoring is a free student-led tutoring program available to all NPHS students. If you need help, please go to our website to sign up for the next session. Early registration ensures that we can provide a tutor match in a timely manner. You can find more information here: ADAPT Club Website

ADAPT Club SAT Prep Class: The ADAPT Club will offer a free SAT Prep class taught by ADAPT tutors who have scored more than 1550. SAT Prep classes will be held every Monday, after winter break. Joining the classes will also provide you with access to past SAT exams, SAT Prep books, Study Guides, and our qualified SAT tutors. Interested students preparing for the SAT should visit our website to sign up. Classes are open to all grades and will run from January to March (possible extension through May; see the syllabus here). 
Questions about the program can be directed to or Instagram DM@npadapt

NPHS Theatre and Thespian Troupe 5464The Google Meetings are posted on the NPHS Theatre and Thespian Google Classroom. Haven't joined the Classroom yet? Click here to join

Academic Decathlon: Want to make friends while learning things? If so Academic Decathlon is just right for you! Don't worry, your efforts will be rewarded soundly as in previous years awards have been at the regional and state levels. Our Google Classroom code is zfi5jfl and meetings are Tuesdays and Thursdays for 3:00 to 4:00pm. If you have any questions, please bombard either or 

Chromebook Issues:  The Chromebook exchange location has moved inside and is now located in the HS Senior Cafeteria (located in the back of NPHS and most easily accessible using the Snyder Road entrance).

If you have not yet paid the fee, you will need to do so before you can exchange the Chromebook. It will expedite the process if you pay online before you arrive. Please remember to bring your receipt. We cannot take credit card payments onsite, only cash or check. 
This process requires you to sign up for an appointment. Use this form to sign up. Signs are posted to direct you when you arrive. Please be advised that all people entering the building are required to wear a face mask and adhere to our social distancing guidelines. Walk-ins will not be refused but may experience longer wait times.
Contact North Penn Family Tech 7 days a week!

*Monday - Thursday from 8am to 8:30pm
*Friday 8am - 4pm
*Saturday and Sunday daily monitoring and continued support on Sunday evening from 7 to 8:30pm. 
Any questions, email or, and someone will assist you. 

Senior Class!

*Cap and gown orders are done online through Student Services Company. The current cost is $23.00 and that price will go up beginning January 1. Please order online North Penn High School Cap, Gown & Tassel
*Senior Portraits: Prestige by Lifetouch, 1-800-687-9327,, school code:415
*Senior Exemptions: Seniors are able to exempt up to two (2) final exams. Either 2 year-long courses or 4 semester courses. In order to exempt a final exam the student must have straight  (A)s for each marking period (not just an A average).


Future Plans Center (College and Career Center) With the start of the Hybrid Educational Setting, the Future Plans Center will continue to support students virtually. Please email Mr. Brett with questions or available times to meet. 

IMC (Library): Students may request permission via a Google Form that is found on the Library home page. Library QR code
-Students coming from study hall, lunch, lunch study, before school, or after school should use the form. 

Sports and Spring Concerts, and more can be found at

Working Papers: North Penn School District is now able to process working permits while school is open virtually. Electronic application for working permit can be found here Working Paper Procedure. Please call the K-Pod Receptionist with any questions, 215-368-9800, ext. 0. 

Yearbook Sales: Yearbooks are available to purchase online thru March 1, 2021 at Please know that purchased yearbooks will be mailed directly to the student's home during the summer break. They will not be distributed to students in school regardless of whether students return to the building or not during the 2020-2021 school year. 

Parking Applications: Please apply at the link below for a parking tag, use your NP student email. Once you are approved you will receive an email from Mrs. Shaw (K-25) when to pick up your parking tag and pay $30 cash or check (payable to NPHS). The process takes about a week. 2020-2021 Student Parking Application Link. Any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Shaw at or Ms. Scott at

School Nutrition Services Free and Reduced Meal: Students attending a school that participates in the National School Meal Programs can receive a meal at school. Children from low-income families are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals. Participating schools receive federal funds for each breakfast and lunch served. For further information refer to the NPSD Nutrition Services.

Montgomery County's Peer Support Talk Line: When you star to recognize the stressors that you or a loved one is feeling, please call Montgomery County's Peer Support Talk Line at 855-715-8255. It is available, free of charge, 7 days a week, 1:00pm to 9:00pm. Montgomery County also has a Teen Talk Line that can be reached by calling 866-825-5856 or text 215-703-8411. It is available Monday through Friday, 3:00pm to 9:00pm. 

Montgomery County Mobile Crisis provides not only immediate support for crisis situations, but also assistance with managing recurring or future crises. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-855-634-HOPE (4673). This service is available to anyone in Montgomery County, including children, teens, adults, and families.