We believe there is more to school life than academic study, and therefore, we offer a diverse and challenging SuperNOVA Athletics and Academic Program to our students, with opportunities for enrichment, skill development, and personal growth beyond those available in the classroom. The General SuperNOVA Program for academic 2021/22 can be found HERE.

The participation in the SuperNOVA Athletics and Activities Program is inclusive for all students, fully enrolled in grades 6-12, but is considered a privilege for students with acceptable academic and disciplinary standings. Attendance at practices and events is of paramount importance, and therefore, students should plan to commit substantial time when signing-up for teams.

Our SuperNOVA FALL season (PROGRAM HERE) will focus on outdoor athletics such as Soccer, Cross Country, and Tennis. The traditional FALL season academic activities such are Robotics for grades 6-8 and and Speech and Debate for grades 9-12 will be offered to students

Our SuperNOVA WINTER season (PROGRAM HERE) will focus on the traditional WINTER season athletics like basketball and swimming, together with an extension of the soccer season, as well as badminton and table tennis as recreational, students led sports. The traditional WINTER season academic activities like Robotics and Knowledge Bowl (grade 9-12) and Math Counts (grades 6 - 8) will be offered to students, together with the new Speech and Debate Clubs for students in grades 6-8. 

Our SuperNOVA SPRING season (PROGRAM HERE) will focus on the traditional SPRING season athletics like volleyball, together with spring cross country and tennis season, as well as badminton and table tennis as recreational, student-led sports. The traditional SPRING season academic activities like Knowledge Bowl (grade 6-8) and Math (grades 9 - 12) will be offered to students.

Safety protocols

In addition to observing all safety protocols established by NOVA and presented in the Covid-19 protocols and procedures 2021-22 (HERE) and NOVA Reopening Plan (HERE), some specific protocols presented HERE will be followed for students coming to practices for particular activities.

Registration and Parental Consent

Use THIS FORM to register for all activities you would like to join, and note that the number of students who can join is capped, and we’ll follow first come, first served principle.

We expect all parents to sign a parental consent form (HERE) before their child(ren) join any of the activities.

Please feel free to contact our Athletics Director & Activities Coordinator, Mr. Aleksandar Ristovski, for more info or details regarding this program via e-mail: aleksandar.ristovski@nova.edu.mk or phone: + 389 2 3061 807; 3061 907 ext.114