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Reviews of North Point School For Boys — Extracurriculars

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Rhonda Ness - Parent   (Jan 30, 2019)

This is a small school, and so the extracurricular opportunities are perhaps more limited by the nature of its size. That said, there is an optional after school engineering academy in the second semester, hockey plays a large part in this school, with many kids practicing before school starts with the school. There are sports teams which you can try out for as well. Every year the grade 6-9 classes get a chance to go on an adventure during spring break. Last year was Moab where they rock-climbed, hiked and mountain biked. Awesome! There were etiquette lessons last year, called the "gentlemen of North Point", I hope that this is a recurring event. There are no clubs that I'm aware of, but perhaps as the school grows, these will become possibilities.

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