GHS Activities and Clubs
Board Game Club Mr. Davis Cafeteria (Home Rm: 111) email@example.com The Club focuses on creating a fun space to play games and meet new people. Board Games include: Magic The Gathering, Yu-Gi-Oh, Dungeons & Dragons, classic board games life Monopoly, and many, many more. Special events are held each quarter, and these have included, Smash Bro’s tournaments, Movie Nights, Fund Raisers and school ground clean ups.
Bowling Team Teaches fundamental principles that make bowling a lifetime sport; provides experiences in interscholastic competition & community pride, team & individual achievement, athletic development and social interaction. All students welcome.
Boys’ Service Society Mr. Ruth Rm 313 firstname.lastname@example.org Open to select boys who qualify scholastically & receive confirmation from the Principal based on citizenship & leadership; responsible for the organization & success of two school- wide blood drives & holiday basket collection & delivery; develops & enhances student initiative, leadership & citizenship.
Dues are $8.
Chemistry Club Mrs. McGrane Rm 278 email@example.com Glendale ChemClub is an affiliated group with the American Chemical Society as a high school student chapter. Students will have the chance to present demonstrations, participate in exciting lab activities and interact with a variety of Guest Speakers from the Field. Open membership to anyone interested in chemistry as well as other areas of science.
Diversity Club Mrs. Lines Rm 274 firstname.lastname@example.org Membership open to all students; seeks to encourage tolerance, cultural awareness, and an understanding that there is unity within diversity; meets every 2nd and 4th Wed of each month; attends local events and hosts guest speakers on pressing issues.
Falcons Against Destructive Decisions (FADD)/Character Club Ms. Hardison Rm 280 email@example.com A club that not only speaks out against drugs, alcohol and bullying but also promotes a life of adventure and exploration. FADD members focus on creating a supportive and friendly falcon family atmosphere for EVERY Falcon. FADD helps students make positive choices when they find it most difficult and provides alternate opportunities. At a time when pressure to participate in activities including drugs and alcohol, or judging peers for faults is at its highest, FADD helps students find better lifestyles that are full of excitement and camaraderie minus the destruction.
Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Mrs. Bockelman Rm 235 firstname.lastname@example.org Membership is open to any student who has taken or will take classes within the FACS department; involves community service projects; can compete in STAR Events involving leadership skills & career preparation. Dues are $15.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Mr. Penticuff Rm 271 email@example.com Purpose to link athletics and Christ together in the lives of students at GHS; emphasis is placed on student-athletes, but ALL students are welcome. Weekly meetings include music, speakers, small groups, & games. Additional events will be announced throughout the school year.
Gay-Straight-Transgender Alliance (GSTA) Ms. Daugherty Rm 118 firstname.lastname@example.org Provides a space for all students to learn more about the challenges and triumphs of LGBTQ+ community members and national events. All students are welcome in this organization, not just those who identify as LGBTQ+. The club is part of the national organization, GLSEN, which aims to better serve LGBTQ+ students.
Girls’ Service Society Ms. Robinson Rm 206 email@example.com Membership is open to any girl at GHS; involves members in community projects to provide experience working with others, develop leadership skills and serve the school & community. Dues are $5.
Green Squad Mrs. Lines Rm 274 firstname.lastname@example.org Encourages students and the GHS community to learn about environmental sustainability, coordinates green projects & outdoor service projects on our campus & Spfd community; competes in Envirothon; meets 1st & 3rd Wed of each month & hosts special guest speakers & local nature hikes.
Guitar Club Mr. Davis Rm 111 email@example.com This club focuses on pairing singers, songwriters, and musicians of all kinds to collaborate and have fun creating music. Guitar club helps students arrange covers of many classic American artists such as the Beatles, Journey, & Lynyrd Skynyrd, as well as more modern singers like Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran and more. Open to all instruments, musical talents and ability levels. Must submit a citizenship card to the office.
Interact Mr. Slone Rm 217 firstname.lastname@example.org Service & philanthropic projects led by students in our community & around the world; sponsored by SE Rotary; monthly meetings for service & social activities. Rotary motto is service above self!
Peer Mediation Mr. Slone Rm 217 email@example.com Mediators are trained to help peers in conflict resolution by facilitating using specific problem-solving skills in sit down or online formats. Mediators are also reaching out across campus and on social media to educate and encourage positive communication and interpersonal skills. Mediators are trained & selected each spring/summer for the following year.
Photo Club Mr. Ramos Rm 105 firstname.lastname@example.org Open to all, students will learn and apply basic photography using a digital camera, as well as basic editing skills using Photoshop.
Robotics Club Ms. Cannella Rm 114/249 email@example.com Provides opportunity to build robots, learn computer programming, & computer assisted design (CAD); will compete at the local,/regional,/national levels.
Social Dance Club Mrs. Norcross Rm 211 firstname.lastname@example.org Membership open to all students. Beginners are welcome! The Dance Club meets weekly for one hour to learn partner or social dances such as swing, salsa, cha cha, waltz, tango, etc. The atmosphere is fun, relaxed, and friendly. Students will have the opportunity to learn new dances while hanging out with their friends each week. The club also participates in attending other local dance parties in the community quarterly.
Student Council Mr. Thomas Rm 239 email@example.com Voice of student body; works with school admin, students & community. Student body elects a Pres and VP with nine others chosen by a committee to form Cabinet. A Pres, VP & Sec, as well as representatives from each grade create Stu-Co.
Student 2 Student (S2S) Guidance Office Promotes a positive welcoming environment for all students; focuses on new students to the GHS community throughout the year by giving tours & mentoring new students as they assimilate into the GHS culture; faculty recommendations & training required.
Youth Against Cancer (YAC) Mrs.Ewing & Mrs.White– Guidance Office firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Partnership of students & staff working with the American Cancer Society to eliminate cancer.
GHS Activities and Clubs based on Class Involvement
Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) Mrs. Hill Rm 243 firstname.lastname@example.org Prepares emerging leaders & entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality & management opportunities to travel, experience leadership training, serve the community, & network around the country; also operates the school store, The Nest.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) - Mrs. Smith – Rm 305 email@example.com Gives students a chance to strengthen their leadership skills; provides opportunities for networking with business professionals; allows the sharing of ideas, talents & energy in community service projects & competition with students from other schools at the district, state and national levels
Future Teachers of America (FTA) - Mrs. Hardison—Rm 280 firstname.lastname@example.org A club for students thinking they may want to join the field of education. We will look at a variety of job positions in the field of education. Ever wonder what other countries are doing in the education field? FTA will contact actual education professionals in several other countries through Skype, podcasting and video messaging to learn similarities and differences. This club is member driven and meets once a month.
Health Occupations Students Association (HOSA) - Mr. Penticuff – Rm email@example.com Enhances the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all Health Occ students; helps students meet the needs of the health care community.
National Honor Society (NHS) Tara Troester Rm. firstname.lastname@example.org Recognizes juniors & seniors who maintain a 4.0 GPA & exhibit leadership, community service, and character.
Pro Start Culinary Team Mrs. Bockelman Rm 235 email@example.com Students compete at various culinary competitions. If you are currently enrolled or have taken Culinary Arts; if you like to cook, create & taste gourmet foods - you need to be part of this group! Tryouts are in the fall with competitions early spring.
World Language Club (WLC) Mrs. Eck Rm 323 firstname.lastname@example.org Encourages student involvement in cultural activities outside the World Languages classroom. Activities may include cultural events within the community, foreign language films, trips to museums, restaurants, etc.