Club Fair – Who, What, When, Where?

Sara Majorsky, Business Manager

Key Club – Key Club is an extension of, Kiwanis, a nonprofit organization that focuses on fundraisers and local community service projects. Some past events include the “Pancake Breakfast” and bell ringing for the Salvation Army. This club is a great option if you would like a way to earn service hours or if you have the ambition to help others.

Cost: $15

Frequency: meets on Wednesdays during Lunch & Learn

Contact: [email protected]

Remind101: text @GLkey18 81010

 

Interact – This club is apart of an international organization that involves global community service. In years past, Interact has raised money for the American Red cross Haiti Fund through “Hoops for Haiti” and set up a donation collection for Animal Shelters. This club empowers students to consider the needs of others around the world.

Cost: $15

Frequency: meets on Tuesdays during

Lunch & Learn 1

Contact: [email protected]

Remind 101: text @glinteract 81010

 

FBLA – Future Business Leaders of America is a group that educates students on how businesses function, form, and provide service or industry. This is done through meetings and seminars with guest speakers.

Cost: none

Frequency: TBA

Contact: [email protected]

 

German – German Club has been involved in events like Oktoberfest, the German Christmas market, movie nights, and cultural parties. They also participate in the APPLES Language Arts Competition.

Cost: $5

Frequency: TBA

Contact: [email protected]

 

Green Team – Green Team is a newly started club with a goal of helping better the environment. This club advocates eco-friendly habits and awareness of environmental concerns. If you’d like to make a difference towards the condition of the world we live in, this club would be a good fit for you.

Cost: none

Frequency: TBA

Contact: [email protected] Remind101: text @greentt 81010

 

SADD – Students Against Destructive Decisions provides PSA’s to students and advocate for healthy personal choices. They tackle social issues and work towards prevention of driving under the influence of alcohol through the Trooper Iwaniec Race. The club helps students to consider the consequences of their actions.

Cost: $10

Frequency: 1-2 meetings per month

Contact: [email protected]

Remind 101: text @4gh8g to 81010

 

Ushers – Ushers have the job to hand out brochures at plays, escort guests to seats during musicals, and help coordinate events. All the while being apart of this club, students get free admission to the school musical, play, and other events.

Cost: none

Frequency: brief meetings about a week   before an event

Contact: [email protected]

 

Mathletes – If you enjoy math and problem solving this club is worth your time. Every year, Mathletes sell Pi day T-shirts and coordinate activities for Pi day. Meetings generally consist of playing math games, eating, and preparing students for oncoming tests.

Cost: none

Frequency: the 1st and 3rd monday each month

Contact: [email protected]

Remind101: text @mskechar to 81010

 

Aevidum – Aevidum, otherwise known as “Wildcat Wellness” is a club dedicated to mental health awareness. They provide a place to discuss personal issues and brainstorm ways to resolve them through the help of a certified psychologist and understanding students.

Cost: none

Frequency: monthly

Contact: [email protected]

 

Letterman’s – This is a club that encourages Varsity athletics within the school. They fundraise for affordable letterman’s jackets, advocate sportsmanship, and promote respectfulness on and off the field.

Cost: none

Frequency: meets the 2nd wednesday each month during Lunch and Learn 2 in C-112

Contact: [email protected]

Remind101: text @gllc to 81010

 

FCA – Fellowship of Christian Athletes mainly focuses on the relationship between sports and religion. It specifically highlights and teaches integrity, teamwork, and respectfulness through group discussion. Whether you are an athlete or not you can still join FCA.

Cost: none

Frequency: meets Tuesdays during

Lunch and Learn 2 in C-106

Contact: [email protected]

Remind101: text @glwfca to 81010

 

NAHS – National Art Honor Society is an organization that recognizes students with capable art abilities. The members have participated in events such as face painting for the Glow Run and various art murals. To be considered for nomination, you’ll need to have taken at least 1 art course and received an A. The art teachers decide who is inducted.

Cost: $15

Frequency: meets once a month

Contact: [email protected]

 

Global Scholars – Global Scholars is a language honors society that begins freshman year with the purpose of cultural understanding. Requirements include 8 media reviews, 20 service hours, 4 consecutive years of a language, and 4 global styled classes. Any freshman considering a career that involves knowledge of other languages is encouraged to consider this program to have a head start on scholarships.

Cost: none

Frequency: throughout 4 years of highschool

Contact: [email protected]