Garfield Clubs are student-led groups that include a staff adviser. See a list of current clubs HERE.
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 1/31/17!
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!)
List of active GHS Clubs located HERE
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 Elise Mackley or Ms. Antoncich | email@example.com