In addition to the clubs and activities listed below, students select a specialty advisory. Advisories meet for 20 minutes a day. This is a time where students can connect with a teacher and their peers about a topic or activity that is of interest to them. Most specialty advisories are not academic based, but more real-world. 

Badminton Club: Created by a group of students with an interest to learn how to play badminton. The club meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays. No experience necessary. 

Boys & Girls Club: An after school program for any and all students to hangout and participate in activities. 

Chess Club: Practice your skills, or find a love for the game. Chest clubs allows for students to learn, practice and compete with their peers.

Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA): Gay–straight alliance is intended to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and all (LGBTQIA+) children, teenagers, and youth as well as their cisgender heterosexual allies.

Girls Who Code: Empowers young women to get more involved in the tech industry. Students learn the principles of Apple Swift Coding to learn how to create apps that make a difference in their community and the world around them.

Just Keep Living: JKL is an after school program that provides students with tools to lead active lives and make healthy choices to better their future. Students meet and do various activities, such as community service, workouts, go to a movie, or just hangout. 

National Honor Society (NHS): Students with outstanding grades are invited during the junior and senior years to focus on service and giving back to their communities.

PALS (Peer Assistance Leadership and Service): is an organization focused on empowering youth through mentoring. PALS students are High School Juniors and Seniors trained to be peer mentors and role models to PALees (younger students at our feeder schools). Our Navarro PALS program promotes service opportunities on and off campus. We incorporate SEL strategies to help develop interpersonal skills to help create positive and empathetic school environments. We also work with students on our own campus to promote our No Place for Hate Initiatives and serve as mentors to our PAL Lunch Buddies (Life Skills students).

Student Council: is an organization that serves as a liaison between the Navarro student body and Navarro administration/staff. Student Council is open for Navarro students of all 4 grade levels. They provide a forum for expression of student opinion while building positive relations between students and faculty. StuCo students organize, participate and promote a varied number of student body activities through our No Place For Hate Initiatives. Student Council students are also responsible for organizing 1 Pride, 1 Respect and 1 Responsibility activity for each semester for a total of 6 a year (Homecoming activities included).