Student activities at Paramus provide a venue for students to develop talents and share experiences with other students.
The Fitness Club is designed to improve the level of wellness, every student has the opportunity to that by having a custom fitness program provided for them. You do not have to be an athlete to attend, all students from every district can participate.
Faculty Advisors: Mr. Pandich 2012-2013
Art Club is open to all students who are interested in exploring drawing, painting, sculpture, and ceramics. A variety of mediums will be used, such as: watercolor, tempera, acrylic paint, pencil, charcoal, and marker. The club offers guided lessons as well as the opportunity to pursue individual projects and interests.
Advisor Ms. Wilson 2011-2012
The Interact Club is designed to encourage teen involvement in the community to foster personal growth. Some of the activities will include nursing home visitations, writing letters to soldiers, as well as participation in walkathons and other fundraisers.
Advisor: Mrs. Jarzembowski 2012-2013
Dance club will be a club held for students who either love to dance, or want to learn how to dance. We will explore all different types of dance, and the cultural roots of each different genre of dance. The club will be both educational and physically beneficial to each member. Any type of dance that a member would like to learn about, we will explore. The club will be interesting, fun, and exciting!
Mrs. Hogani, Advisor 2012-2013
Poetry with Guitars
Writing lyrics and playing tunes, write poetry with (or without) guitars. Gather weekly on Wednesdays after school to fine-tune our original songs and poetry for a Coffeehouse performance at the end of the year. Come join us for some lessons and lyrics! All welcome !(even if you can't write or play an instrument).
Mrs. Lee, Advisor 2011-2012
Mr. Gulistan, Advisor 2012-2013
Physics Club is open to students who express an interest in exploring the science outside of the classroom. We are a NASA Explorer School and have many opportunities to do exciting projects with NASA! Students can also come to physics club for peer tutoring with upperclassmen.
Advisor: Mrs. Henriquez 2011-2012
Student Newspaper Club
Everyone welcome! No experience necessary, just bring your curiosity and enthusiasm.
Join us as we brainstorm ideas for each issue showcasing a different aspect of our diverse student body. Working within the group or on your own you will have fun learning to layout and design, edit and create the student newspaper. Keeping in tune with your peers add their jokes, poems, short stories, sketches or your own.
Look for our issues on the Bergen.org website-Paramus-Spotlights-“Knights on the Move”.
Advisor: Mrs. Ryan 2012-2013
Club advisors are typically members of the faculty who have a special interest in the club and in working with students on special projects. The Board of Education appoints club advisors annually.