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Summit Academy - High School - Activities / Clubs

Find your passion.

Whether it’s joining the National Honor Society, DECA, HOSA, making a difference around school or discovering one’s passions is part of the magic of life – and Summit wants to extend as many opportunities as possible.


National Honor Society

Advisor: Marcia Scoles

Hi, my name is Marcia Scoles. I am the advisor for the Summit Academy North High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. Members in NHS are required to uphold the bylaws and four pillars of NHS: Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service. Members will expand their horizons through collaboration amongst each other, peers, high school staff, and the community through service projects. 

For National Honor Society, any sophomore, junior, or senior who has a cumulative 3.5 GPA or higher after quarter one will receive a letter with a Student Information Form. For any student interested in joining NHS, if they have received the packet they must complete the Student Information Form, type the essay included in the packet, and submit it to Mrs. Scoles by the deadline. The deadline has not been announced yet. However, it may be near the end of November or even into December. Please listen for announcements, check the Principal's Notes on the High School Webpage, and Summit Academy High School Facebook Page. After all applications are submitted by the deadline to Mrs. Scoles, her Faculty Council will meet, discuss, and review all of the information provided by the interested applicants. Faculty Council members will then vote. Majority rules. After all final decisions are made, students will receive a letter notifying them of their acceptance status, either acceptance or non-acceptance. After students have been accepted, they can then begin attending meetings for National Honor Society.

Student Council
Advisor: Lucy Becker

Student Council supports the student body and makes it their commitment to communicate students’ ideas, pursuits, and apprehensions with teachers and school administration.Student Council facilitates fundraising projects for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects and school improvement planning. Student Council will participate in food drives, dances, fundraisers and various school parties. Student Council members will learn diverse skills that will extend beyond that of their formal education.

Advisor: Aaron Wallace
DECA is a business club that allows students to have fun while learning Marketing and Business. They also get the opportunity to compete against fellow students at the District, State and International levels.
Advisor: Chad Bonmon
HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.
Helping Hands Club
Advisor:  Molly Guckian
Is designed for anyone who wants to make a difference. This club gives students a chance to help out with bringing notice to organizations that are in need of help.  Students will get an opportunity to make a difference in their school, community, and world and to help educate themselves and others about the real world and its problems. The Helping Hands Club will hold fundraisers, put up posters around the school, and hold meetings about certain topics to bring awareness and education the student body. 

DMA (Dance, Music and Arts) Club 

Class Advisor Mariana Caran

The DMA club is a safe place to show off your artistic talents. This club offers a chance for students to express themselves through dance, song, drawing, musical instruments, creating and writing poems, etc. As of right now, the DMA club has been working on looking to showcase many talents through dance at school events. All are welcome to join!

Summit Hiking Club

Advisor:  Tim Geerlings


Once or twice a month, we go on 3-4-mile hikes after school. Most of the hikes are in nearby parks with dirt trails, occasionally we hike along paved trails. Any students are welcome to attend if Sr. Geerlings has a permission slip signed. There is no cost to attend; food and transportation to the hike and back to school are provided.

In May or June, hiking club takes a longer trip over a weekend to Lake Michigan and Northern Michigan. Students must participate in most hiking club events during the school year to participate in the Northern Michigan trip.

Contact Sr. Geerlings ( with any questions.

Summit Academy North High School Student Abroad Program
Advisor: Brion Hoke
Annually a group of students tour another country to learn about history and learn firsthand about actual historical events in the setting the events occurred in.  Please contact for more detail.

For more information on the Summit Academy Student Abroad Program contact Mr. Hoke at or 313 615 4653.


Ignition Mentor Program
Advisor: Lucy Becker

Ignition is a highly interactive and customized leadership development program specifically designed to make transition a positive experience for everyone in our school. The ideal Ignition mentor is someone who has a personality that will allow them to "facilitate” well and connect with mentees in a real way. The best mentors aren’t necessarily the smartest or most popular students on your campus, though they may be. You are ideally looking for students who will be able to: get up in front of their Ignition Advisory to speak to their team of freshmen, empathize with freshman in a genuine way, have the time to commit to their responsibilities as an Ignition mentor, and who have the right attitude to make the program a success.



Advisor: Brion Hoke

Working as a collaborative group, we develop full productions that are shown to the student body and the community annually at Trenton Village Theater.  I challenge my students to work hard, develop their roles and work as a team to create dynamic productions.


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