• VICA, Vocational Industrial Clubs of America is a co-curricular activity. Members have scored high in skill contests at state level. Money making projects enable them to attend such contests. Service projects, like setting up a haunted house for one of the public school festivals, give them a chance to have fun together.

    DECA Distributive Education Clubs of America, is for those looking forward to careers in marketing. They run a student-operated store and organize a yearly fashion show.

    FBLA, Future Business Leaders of America, is an organization for students in business classes. It offers competition with other schools in fields such as parliamentary procedures and business management decision making.

    Student Council functions as it has since 1937. Members are no longer homeroom representatives; they are elected by their classmates. They plan homecoming, prom, parties and service projects such as fund raising for the Red Cross African relief and gathering food for the Grand Forks Mission.

    The National Honor Society has become much more than an enumeration of top students. It aims to serve the school and the community. One of the most rewarding projects has been helping elderly and handicapped persons with their Christmas shopping.