North Pointe Now

Freshmen’s first game

By Meg Pangborn, Photographer

March 31, 2017

As a freshman, William Aufdemberge has experienced many firsts at North. From his first homecoming pep rally, to his first soccer game and now his first baseball game on the Freshman  team. "When I made the team, I felt great," Aufdemberge said. "A lot of great players tried out, and I was happy...

Lady Norsemen dominate first home game

Lady Norsemen dominate first home game

By Lauren Sexton, Photo Editor

December 8, 2016

The Lady Norsemen beat Ladywood High School at their first home game of the season with a score of 64-46. Nineteen points were shot by sophomore Julia Ayrault, freshman Michelle Bodnariuk shot 15 and senior Katie Snow shot 12. The varsity team will play their next game on Friday, Dec. 2 against Chippewa...

Peter Pan takes flight on refurbished stage

After Tinker Bell tells the Lost Boys to kill Wendy, Peter Pan attempts to save Wendy.

By Lauren Sexton, Photo Editor

November 10, 2016

For the past several months both North and Parcells Middle School students have worked on North's recently refurbished and renamed Chris Fenton Performing Arts Center to bring J. M. Barrie's beloved "Peter Pan" to life. The production ran from Wednesday, Nov. 9 to Sunday, Nov. 13. In director Sean...

Choir students perform selections from movie-musicals at annual spring concert

Combined choirs in the opening of the show.

By Lauren Sexton and Sarah Wietecha

May 24, 2016

On May 17-18 choir students performed pieces from movie-musicals at their annual spring concert. This year's theme was "Screen to Stage" and featured each ensemble singing and performing choreographed numbers. The music choices ranged from movies like The Jersey Boys to West Side Story, and also feature...

Throwback Tuesday: The Secret Garden blossoms on stage

Senior Olivia Hoover, junior Will Fishwick, junior Lindsey Hoshaw, senior Josh Lupo and sophomore Hazel Lyman take their bows.

By Sara Luteran, Dalaney Bradley, Bella DeSandy, Veronica Albo, Ava DeLoach, and Emma Puglia

April 19, 2016

During the first weekend of March, drama students performed The Secret Garden, a show about a little girl with a tragic background moving to her distressed uncle's home in London. Students rehearsed from December up until showtime, spending their after-school hours in the C building. ...

Inside India

April 14, 2016

Throwback Thursday: physics classes race cardboard boats

Seniors Olivia Benoit and Jill Hendra begin to sink.

By Bella DeSandy, Sydney Benson, Dalaney Bradley, Nicole Fazekas, Ava DeLoach, and Emma Puglia

March 25, 2016

Throwback Thursday: choirs combine at holiday tea

Senior Raina Martin acts out a solo during Pointe Chorale's

By Bella DeSandy, Veronica Albo, Sydney Benson, and Emma Puglia

December 24, 2015

Sleeping in is not a thought for choir students on Dec. 2, who are busy rehearsing for the holiday tea bright and early. The performance showcases North and South choirs and soloists in order to give back to the community. ...

Norsemen fall to Blue Devils

Norsemen fall to Blue Devils

By Sydney Benson, Photo Editior

December 19, 2015

On Friday, Dec. 18, the Grosse Pointe community gathered around our basketball court to cheer on the Norsemen and the Blue Devils. Unfortunately, the Norsemen fell short and did not prevail against the devils; the final score was 67-53. The two teams will face each other again February 26, 2016. ...

The boys and girls varsity basketball team win season opener

Senior, Emily McPharlin #22

By Sydney Benson and Trevor Mieczkowski

December 10, 2015

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Lady Norsemen played the Satellites from Regina High School. At the end of the fourth quarter, the girls from North had a 23 point lead against Regina. The final score was 52-29. The following day, the boys basketball team took on the Liggett Knights. The Knights put up a tough...

Throwback Tuesday: AP Psychology hosts famous psychologist cocktail party

Junior Emme Kensora consults her research packet.

By Sara Luteran, Raina Martin, Katie Link, Lauren Sexton, and Emma Puglia

December 8, 2015

On Friday, Nov. 20, AP Psychology students dressed up as well-known researchers such as Sigmund Freud, B.F. Skinner, Ivan Pavlov and Harry Harlow to mingle and learn more about each individual. The purpose of the event was to prepare students for identification questions on the AP exam in a casual, relaxed...

Acoustic Latte Lounge showcases students’ talents

Seniors Gabrielle Wren Sledge, Taylor Jaiyesimi and Chetaya Henderson

By Sarah Wietecha, Assistant Editor

November 28, 2015

Talented students, delicious coffee and good vibes all combined on Thursday, Nov. 19 where students performed poems, sang, danced and spoke at the annual Acoustic Latte Lounge. Looking for some unique music to browse through these artsy photos with? Check out Sarah's Sounds below. ...