NPHS Activities

North Penn High School Activities 

Kyle Berger, Director of Student Activities

Upcoming Events and Meetings:     

5-Star StudentThe 5-Star Students App is here! Check the daily club meetings and activities here. You can also download the app by clicking on this link or  by downloading it from your phone's App Store. Get involved, track you participation in clubs and activities and earn points to redeem prizes! 

Late Buses are available on Wednesdays at 4:30pm. Students must sign up in their home office by 1:30 to be included on the late bus roster. Student ID's are required. The bus drivers will deny access to any student who does not present a valid North Penn ID. 

Lockers are available on request. Simply use the QR code posted in home offices and the K-Pod Reception Office. Your locker will be assigned and emailed to you. Please email Mrs. Borchers with any questions. 

Parking Applications: Please contact Mrs. Shaw at [email protected] or Mr. Taylor at [email protected] for parking information. 

General Information:

Academic Discussion And Peer Tutoring (ADAPT) If you find yourself in need of a tutor for Math, Science, English, History, or even a foreign language, just type in in you browser and click the icon to request a tutor or go to our ADAPT Instagram account @npadapt and find the Tutor Request Form in the bio. Please contact Mr. Jackson with questions. 

ADAPT (PSAT and/or SAT Tutoring) Are you a Junior or Sophomore looking to take the PSAT or SAT this fall! If so, join us virtually Fridays at 3:15 for free SAT tutoring sessions! Our tutors are students that have scored over a 1550 on previous exams. This is the third year that the ADAPT Club has brought the SAT review to NPHS. Through it we'll help you improve your score and answer any questions about the test. For info on how to join our tutoring sessions, see our syllabus at or contact Mr. Jackson in K125. Hope to see you for the first session starting tomorrow after school. 

 Action Club (ENACT)The members of the ENACT Club are back in action and wanted to give you an update on sustainability around the NPHS community.
Here are the editions of The Green Gazette:
Volume 14, March 2023
Volume 13, February 2023 
Volume 12, January 2023
Volume 11, December 2022           
Volume 10, November 2022                                                      
Volume 9, October 2022                   
Volume 8.5, September 2022
Volume 8, March 2022
Volume 7, February 2022
Volume 6, January 2022

Information on the ENACT Club
*We're collecting plastic bags throughout the year to be recycled into a bench when we collect 500 pounds. We've partnered with Weis  this Drop off in C117.
*The green bins in you classroom are for co-mingled recycling (paper, plastic, metal)
*At the end of last year, the club won a Green Difference Maker award for their work on the Green Gazette
*There are several new water bottle refill stations around the building! See me for a Free aluminum bottle to use. 

Chromebook Issues:  Any questions, email [email protected] or [email protected], and someone will assist you.

School Store: NPHS School Store has a new supply of NP sweatshirts and sweatpants. The store is open during all lunch periods to students. Contact Christine Peterson for further information. 

IMC (Library)Students may request permission to visit the IMC via 5 -Star App. See Mrs. Pavlik in the Library for further information.
Library home page

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. 

Parking Applications: Please contact Mrs. Shaw at [email protected] or Mr. Taylor at [email protected] for information.

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
Application for Meal Benefits for the 2023/2024 school year is now available online. 

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.