This Club is a group of peers that enjoy anime in
Japanese culture. We will have games, challenges,
watching anime, learning Japanese culture and
references, and bonding as friends with similar
interests. In the upcoming Anime Club, we will
also be inviting friends with the same or similar
interests as we welcome them to a new community.
We welcome all who want to be involved and enjoy
the genre of anime and hope to meet new people
and make friends within the community!
|Rm - 120||In-Person||Tuesday|
|Artists in Action|
This club focuses on various activities that create art
awareness projects & community.
|Rm - 113A||In-Person||Monthly on |
|2:30:3-pm||Artist In Action Website|
Join others who like to read and talk about books.
We read a book each month or so, and then we
meet and talk about the book we've read.
Tryouts are held each spring (usually right before
Spring Break). Cheerleaders support many athletic
events as well as perform at school assemblies and
competitions. All interested students are
encouraged to try out! Members of the group are
subject to the same CHSAA eligibility requirements
as athletes.This is a CHSAA Sanctioned Activity.
|Ashlyn Day||Cafeteria||In-Person||Check with|
Dance/pom squads which include competition,
performance dance, & promoting school spirit.
Dance/pom is usually a year-round sport, performing
in competitions and at sporting events. Members of
the group are subject to the same CHSAA eligibility
requirements as athletes. CHSAA Sanctioned
|Lindsey Boudreau||Check with|
Learn to climb in a safe and welcoming atmosphere
with everyone from climbing veterans to novices. If
you are already an accomplished climber, meet
others like you in the school and improve your
skills. No experience necessary.
|Earth Treks |
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Do you feel like you're all alone in a sea of medical
diagnoses? Maybe you just want to talk with
people who are going through challenges like you.
Come check us out if you are interested in entering
into a medical field!
|Valerie Borowiec, RN|
|D & D|
Dungeon & Dragons
In the D&D club, we welcome anyone to come and
join us at lunch on Thursdays in room 117.
During the meetings, we discuss activities relating
to D&D such as organizing campaigns, creating
characters, dm-ing workshops, etc. We help
beginning players learn how to play, and pair them.
In general we are very open to anyone joining and
willing to be a nerd with us!
This is the premier performing ensemble of the GHS
Choral Department with an emphasis on excellent
ensemble singing and individual vocal
development. A wide variety of the finest and most
difficult choral literature from all style periods will be
performed. Only the most dedicated and serious
vocalists with advanced music skills and vocal
maturity will be considered for membership.
|Diane Nickell||Choir |
This ensemble is a select choir for female voices
offered by audition only. Membership will be
comprised primarily of juniors and seniors. Other
students will be considered according to their music
reading skills and vocal maturity.
|Diane Nickell||Choir |
|Disk Golf||Please contract Mr. Gitner for informations.||Andrew Gitneremail@example.com|
Drumline is a section of percussion instruments
usually played as part of a musical marching
ensemble. High school marching bands, drill &
drum corps,drum & bugle corps, indoor percussion
|Connor Sweeney||Band Room||In-Person||None|
The Environmental Club at Golden High School
is an extremely valuable club working towards
making GHS and the wider Golden community
a more sustainable and environmentally friendly
place. Work on projects related to recycling and
environmentally conscious efforts, and spark a
change to be more sustainable! A representative
from the Greenpeace organization will provide
support and assistance with projects.
Milo Carpenter &
Purpose: To foster creativity and inspiration through
collaborating on design. We will meet once every
other Wednesday for lunch in room 120. During
that time we will individually sketch our designs while
pulling inspiration from other designers in the room.
Each student is invited to create their designs
physically with the use of the FACCS program
sewing machines and fabric they have purchased
themselves. We will also look for opportunities to do
off site enrichment, such as fashion exhibitions or
other activities related to the art of design,
textiles, or fashion. Activities will include: sketching
nd building designs, taking field trips to local art and
design exhibits, and viewing documentaries to inspire
for field trips
|FCA - Fellowship of |
FCA Description: The FCA at Golden High School
works with athletes and coaches to “use the
powerful medium of athletics to impact the word of
FCA Vision: To see the world transformed by Jesus
Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
FCA Mission Statement: To lead every coach and
athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ
and His church.
|Josh Carvalho||Rm - 149|
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Involvement in FCCLA offers members the
opportunity to expand their leadership potential and
develop skills for life – planning, goal setting,
problem solving, decision making and interpersonal
communication-necessary in the home and
|Rm - 123||TBD||TBD|
An opportunity for high school filmmakers to meet,
recruit crew for projects, get feedback on ideas, and
learn more about certain jobs and aspects of
filmmaking. Students may sign up at liberty to
participate in other member's extracurricular
|Lisa Deal||In-person||Start Date|
Speech & Debate welcomes all students interested in
oral interpretation and/or public speaking. Students are
expected to enter at least two tournaments each
semester. If you want to build your self-confidence,
ability to speak, and your competitive spirit, then
this is the activity for you.
|Betsy O'Connor, |
|Rm - 117||In-person||M,W, F & |
Brings together LGBTQ and straight students to
support each other, provide a safe place to
socialize, and create a platform for students working
to make school safe and equitable for all, regardless
of sexual orientation or gender identity.
|Gabrielle Heier||Rm - 107||In-person||Monday|
|Golden Wish |
"Golden Wish Club is a philanthropic based group
that works to leave our community a better place
than we found it. In the fall we work to give back
directly to our local community through partnering
with nonprofits, and in the spring we work with
Make A Wish to help grant a child their dream
|Evan Blick & |
We have lessons after school with jam sessions,
alternating between Intermediate to Advanced one
week and then Beginner will be next week.
This club provides service to the school and
community and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of
Golden. Any student is welcome, and students
participate in Homecoming, fundraising, and
12th Grade Counselor
Students at GHS get to experience the wonderful
introduction to whitewater rafting and wilderness
|Adam Mitchell||Rm - 149|
|Key (Kiwanis) |
This club provides service to the school and
community and is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
of Golden. Any student is welcome.
|Katie Kimbrel||Rm - 116||In-Person||During |
Please Check with Ms. Kimbrel for DA days.
Club will not meet every week.
These students are responsible for our Freshman
Orientation program, and act as mentors to our
freshmen class. Link Crew members are chosen
through an application process in the Spring, and
Link is a class for these students during the school
year. Link is a lot of fun but it is a commitment for
students. All are encouraged to apply!!
|Sia Anderson||Rm - 202||In-Person||Homeroom|
Provides students the opportunity to participate in
an organized mountain biking league, through
which the club will focus on safety, skills,
conditioning, bike maintenance, sport etiquette,
community service, and league competition.
|Jesse Swift||Outside |
|National Honor |
The NHS recognizes outstanding students who
have achieved a strong academic record, have
outstanding leadership and service in the school
and community, and have displayed high character
traits. Students are inducted into the NHS based on
prior year’s merits, and must maintain grades and
complete community service hours to maintain
|Amber Baurer||Library||In-Person||TBD||During Lunch||https://sites.google.com/jeffcoschools.|
Golden High School in Golden Colorado presents
their Performing Arts students . This Booster Club
hosts fundraisers and supports all Performing arts
events with food, equipment, and much needed
supplies. Please bookmark our page to monitor
upcoming events and JOIN our club to participate in
the wonderful student events. Support our
Performing Arts students!
STEM Club provides young people with the chance
to explore aspects of STEM (Science, Technology,
Engineering & Mathematics) in less formal settings.
They aim to enrich, rather than deliver, the
curriculum. Clubs are an important outlet to ignite
new interest or raise attainment in STEM subjects
through more imaginative and inventive teaching
|Rm - 231||In-Person||Wednesday||During Lunch|
|Sources of |
We are a group of diverse students and adults from
many different corners and cultures of our school
and community. We believe that life has ups and
downs, that all of us will go through good times and
tough times. Our mission is to ensure that during the
rough times no one gets so overwhelmed or
hopeless that they want to give up.
Student voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs,
perspectives, and cultural backgrounds of individual
students and groups of students in a school, and to
instructional approaches and techniques that are
based on student choices, interests, passions,
|Rebekah Cole||Rm - 220||In-Person||TBD||TBD|
Students interested in being on the Student Council
complete an application process each semester,
and then are enrolled in the Student Leadership
class. Student Council is an integral part of the
school culture, acting as liaison between students
and staff, as well as organizing all assemblies,
Homecoming, dances, Day Without Hate, service
projects, and a variety of other school activities.
|Evan Blick||Rm - 212||In-Person||Monday -||tbd|
|Tech Team |
The GHS Tec
The Tech Team competes in several regional and
state competitions. In the fall is the CMESA,
Colorado Math Engineering Science Achievement
events, and in the Spring is the TSA, Technology
Student Association State Competition and the
Science Olympiad regional at CSU and state
competition at CSM, Colorado School of Mines.
Competitions include robotics, catapults,
trebuchets,airplanes aka flight endurance, boats
aka hydrodynamics, CO2 cars aka dragster design,
Biotechnology, Architecture, 3D Modeling,
Animatronics, Computer-Aided Design, electronics,
engineering design, structural engineering,
Technology Challenge, Video Game Design, Bridge
engineering, tower engineering, physics lab,
oceanography, astronomy, chemistry lab, genetics,
ecology, entomology, forensics, food science,
geology, cantilever engineering, etc.
The Theater Club organizes and produces theatrical
presentations at GHS. Members are involved in
performances, as well as set construction, sound
and tech, costumes, and other important behind the
scenes work. All interested students are
encouraged to get involved!
|Allie Matsuo||Auditorium||In-Person||Check web|
The Golden High School Yearbook is a student-
developed project; the yearbook staff works year-
round to create the most comprehensive publication
for each year to give their fellow students memories
to last a lifetime. We are pleased to be a part of this
Golden High School tradition and strive to capture
the moments that make each day worth