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    Garfield Clubs are student-led groups that include a staff adviser. List of current clubs.

    Some are sponsored by local, state, national or international organizations such as ACLU, Junior Statesmen of America, Key Club, and Amnesty International.

    Other clubs, like Cultural Relations and Richard's Rwanda-IMPUHWE, were created by students in the past and sustained by students today.

    GHS students participate in over 60 clubs that cover a variety of interests from social activism and community service to ethnic identity, personal support, and hobbies.

    Want to join a Club? Simply show up to a meeting!

    Want to start a Club? Fill out the paperwork below by 1/31/18!


    Forms and Documents

    Blank Club Application to start a new club or submit online HERE
    Blank Club Verification for existing clubs or submit online HERE
    Establish a Club Budget for Monetized Clubs (due at club establishment or verification)
    Write your Constitution
    Blank Club Minutes Form or submit minutes online HERE
    Plan a Fundraiser for your Club
    Plan a Charitable Activity
    Plan an Event for your Club (for fun or education or as a fundraiser for your club!)


    Active GHS Clubs as of 10/30/2017:

    Name Time of Meeting Place Advisor Description
    African Student Union (ASU) Thurs, Lunch 330 Sloan A group to share African culture
    American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Wed, Lunch 223A Young, D. Help defend civil liberties and freedom in our country; www.aclu-wa.org
    Anime Club Wed, Lunch 239 Johnston Enjoy watching anime while eating lunch
    Black Student Union (BSU) Tue, Lunch 223 Hagopian Establish a cohesive union of black students, faculty, and community members
    Book Club Tues, Lunch 217 Burton Read and discuss a variety of books.
    Build On Tue, Lunch 320 Cohan Raise funds to build schools in impoverished countries
    Chess Club Tue, After School 309 Nomura GHS Chess Team and anyone who enjoys playing chess
    CORE Mon, Lunch (Staff) 232 Neufeld-Kaiser Cultural relations retreats where there are discussions about diversity at GHS
    Debate Club Tue/Thu, After School 202/203 Young, E. Learn to debate and compete in debate competitions
    Earth Service Corps Mon, Lunch 225 Truax Focus on conservation of earth. Community service hours available!; www.ymcaearth.org
    Engineering Club Wed, Lunch 115 Bergquist Focused on supplementing the Engineering Curriculum with hands-on activities
    Francophone Club Thurs, Lunch 215 Lidgard French tutoring and exploring cultures of Francophone countries
    Garden Club Thurs, Lunch Greenhouse Finley To create a fully functional greenhouse, as well as engage GHS students
    Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Wed, Lunch 320 Moore Provide a safe space to discuss sexual orientation and issues
    Girls Who Code Mon, After School 115 Cohan Encourage women and women of color to learn about computer science engineering
    Improv Club Fri, After School Black Box Hawk Learn different acting techniques, meet new friends, and develop skills
    Junior Statesmen of America (JSA) Tues, Lunch 223a Young, D. Political activism through debate and action; www.jsa.org
    Key Club Wed, Lunch 338 Butler Perform service, build character, and develop leadership
    KPOP Club Tues, Lunch 204 Gish Meet new people and step out of your comfort zonewhile incorporating a music genre you're a fan of
    Marine Ecology Club Thurs, Lunch 240 Spangenburg Learn about and take care of marine environment
    Math Team Fri, Lunch 321A DiIorio GHS Math Team
    Mock Trial Tue, After School (3:55-5:00) 226 Lidgard Improve public speaking skills and understanding of law
    Multiracial Student Union Wed, Lunch 226 Lidgard Talk about issues faced by multiracial students at GHS
    Pen Thurs, Lunch 303A Taylor Publish student art and creative writing in a literary magazine
    Programming Club Mon/Fri, Lunch 115A Bergquist To teach basics to new people and provide a space to discuss proejcts and code, and compete
    Project PengYou Tues, Lunch 221 Wray A Chinese-American group for the advancememnt of mulitculturalism
    Robotics Club Tue/Fri, After School 115 Bergquist/Fell Explore STEM subjects, design, build, code, and compete
    Set Club Thurs, Lunch 309 Nomura Use Set as a means of strengthening students' minds
    Students Against Hunger (Feeding Teens/Harvesting for Homelessness) Tues, Lunch 308 Wojtkowiak Raise awareness and funds to support Seattle's homeless youth
    Trivia Club Fri, Lunch 309 Nomura Gather to compete in fun knowledge competitions
    Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) Fri, Lunch 207 Kahn Improve Vietnamese community, while learning about culture
    Women in Technology Tue, Lunch 115 Bergquist A STEM based club for GHS girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math
    Young Photographers Association Fri, Lunch 301 Louviere To organize, develope and showcase student photographic work.

    The list will be updated as new clubs are added!

    *Note: Clubs listed here include only clubs that meet district ASB requirements. Some activities, such as girls' lacrosse and ultimate frisbee, used to be considered "club sports". Due to district regulations, GHS no longer offers these or other sports as clubs. Please search community resources for information about these activities.

    Questions? Contact Zack Cohen or Ms. Antoncich | smantoncich@seattleschools.org!