|GHS Club List||Description||Advisor||Day & Time|
|Academic World Quest||Each year, the Montana World Affairs Council sponsors the Academic World Quest. This competition asks students to express their knowledge of global politics and international relations. Winners are awarded a scholarship and the chance to compete at the national level. Participanting students also have the opportunity to participate in discussions with world leaders and diplomats. The GHS Academic World Quest Club aims to provide students with the opportunity to work with teammates to study for the competition, which takes place on March 4, 2021.||Logan Aytesemail@example.com||Wednesdays @ 12:30pm||Remote|
|Anime Club||Anime Club offers students the opportunity to get together and watch/discuss anime. Anime is a style of Japanese film and television animation, typically aimed at adults as well as children.||Felicia Kingfirstname.lastname@example.org||Thursdays @ Lunch||B231|
|Art Club||Art club is a curricular club that extends the instruction, materials and curriculum from the Art Department at Gallatin High School into an extracurricular activity. The club allows students to have access to the studios, equipment and materials that all of the Art classes provide. The goal of Art club is to give students the opportunity to work with the department's resources, other students and teachers outside of class to expand and broaden their exposure to Art. Art club is a great opportunity for students to get active in school wide Art opportunities, meet new people and get access to all the resources the department provides. Those opportunities include; creating stickers using the vinyl cutter for school wide uses/orders, creating t-shirts/posters using the printing press, using computers and the adobe suite programs, using pottery wheels and materials, and unlimited resources when it comes to drawing and painting supplies.||Colter Cureyemail@example.com||Meeting's every other Wednesdayat Lunch and and open studio every other week on alternating Wednesday's afterschool||B201|
|Board Game Club||Board Game Club is a place to have fun and play board games. |
The purpose is to:
Teach people how to play board games such as Backgammon, Monopoly and Sorry.
Meet new people and make new friends by introducing tem to new board games every week.
Expand student's knowledge of board games that can help with math skills, strategy, problem solving, communication, and friendship.
|Justen Leefirstname.lastname@example.org||Tuesdays @ Lunch||A210|
|Chess Club||Chess Club offers and environment where students can gather to learn about and play chess.||Nate Laslovichemail@example.com||Meetings will be held in room A131 Wednesdays @ Lunch||A131|
|Climbing Club||The GHS Climbing Club is intended to bring students together that enjoy climbing and the community/culture around the sport. The club would like to create a space where students can come together to watch climbing films and share climbing photos and stories. Ultimately, the goal is to develop a community at GHS where different students can organize climbing outings, community clean up/trail work at local climbing locations and bring local climbing professionals in for presentations and coaching. This could include climbing gear demonstrations, such as knot tying and gear placements as well as climbing technique, coaching on basics and advanced climbing both in gyms and outdoors.||Steven Ricciofirstname.lastname@example.org||Thursdays @ Lunch||B229|
|Cultural Appreciation Club||The purpose of this organization shall be:|
1. To organize educational and cultural activities that will promote the studies of all languages and literatures from our diverse campus.
2. To foster unity between diverse cultures through various cultural speakers.
3. To organize activities that wil create an environment of learning and sharing between cultures;
4. To increase cultural awareness of the Raptor family by sponsoring activities which promote understanding and goodwill;
5. To seek creativity in diversity and to improve and expand upon the efforts towards this goal already being accomplished by members of the GHS school community;
6. to serve the multicultural club members and its participants by offering activities appropriate to our accademic environment.
|Kerri Cobbemail@example.com||Once monthly @ Lunch||A330|
|DECA - Distributive Education Clubs of America||DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management. DECA's comprehensive learning program applies learning through integrated classroom instruction while working with the local community and businesses to prepare for state and international competitions. DECA will prepare GHS students to be academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, and experienced leaders.||Brad Mehrfirstname.lastname@example.org||Every other Wed @ Lunch||B127|
|Diabetes Club||The Diabetes Club is an open place to make time to learn about and research diabetes. Anyone is welcome; firends of a type one or anyone who wants to learn more.||Erica Schneeemail@example.com||Wednesdays @ 4pm||TBD|
|FCCLA - Family Career And Community Leaders Of America||The mission of FCCLA, is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences Education. If you enjoyed taking a Family and Consumer Sciences class join FCCLA and put the skills you gained to work helping families in our school and community while gaining leadership skills that will be needed for adult life.||Bethany Ringerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Tuesday @ Lunch||B167|
|Fellowship Of Christian Athletes||Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student-led organization which equips students to grow stronger in their personal and spiritual lives.||Ashley Brumwell|
|German Club||In German Club, we meet once a week to learn more about German culture and language. We have lunch together, do crafts, listen to music, play German games, hold movie nights and Oktoberfest. We also usually have a bratwurst fest for the whole school and sell Advent Calendars. It's an expansion of what we do in German class. Everyone, also non-German students, is welcome to join and participate.||Lunch|
|HOSA||Are you interested in working in the health care industry? Join HOSA! The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health sciences. You will have the opportunity to participate in state and national competitions testing your health care and leadership skills. HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in health science education programs. Many universities have HOSA chapters too! HOSA is 100% health care!||Dawn Drahosemail@example.com||Lunch||B133|
|Key Club||The Key Club is a social/service club sponsored by Kiwanis International and the Bozeman Kiwanis Club. It is a student led organization helping to imporve our school and community through community service projects. Students meet weekly to help run the school wide recycling program and monthly organized service opportunities. The club is for young men and women who want to assure positive futures for themselves and others. The club motto is, “Caring . . . Our Way of Life.”||Joe Kusakfirstname.lastname@example.org||Mon or Wed @ Lunch||A241|
|Mi Futuro Americano||Mi Futuro Americano strives to be the leading organization that fosters future community leaders for the expanding Latino community throughout the United States and Latin America.||Ellen Guettleremail@example.com||Once per month||Library|
|National Honor Society||The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.||Jacob Hickeyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Application needed|
|Native American Club||The Gallatin High School Native American Club (NAC) recognizes the unique cultural heritage of American Indians and welcomes all to learn about their history and culture. NAC has been a part of the Bozemna School District for over ten years. NAC members participate in culturally relevant field trips such as American Indian Heritage Day at Montana State University. Additionally, members particiapate in fundraisers such as the annual fry bread bake sale and volunteer at the MSU Pow wow.||Noelle Harperemail@example.com||Once per month @ Lunch||Library|
|Partners Club||Partners Club brings students with and without disabilities together to participate in a variety of activities. We work hand in hand with the Gallatin High School Special Olympics team. We have weekly lunch meeting where we get to know each other and plan our activities. Along with a number of fun activities we do throughout the year, we also coordinate the annual the Spread the Word to End the Word campaign.||Riley Morganfirstname.lastname@example.org||Every Other Wed @ Lunch||A227|
|Plant Club||The purpose of this club is to:|
-foster an appreciation of plants
-provide all students a welcoming club
-fundraise for plants in the building
-educate members about plants, their benefitsk ad potential careers related to plants/landscaping.
|Meetings will be held twice a month during lunch.||A315|
|Plants & Aquatics Club||Plants & Aquatics Club is for students who have an interest in fish keeping, terrarium building or biology.||Josh Rassiemail@example.com||Mondays @ Lunch||A307 or A330|
|Project X²||Project X² is a group for Gallatin High students who recognize and wish to address the issues facing them. These issues include things such as dating violence, double standards, name-calling, body image, self-respect, common experiences and treatment within the high school setting, and disrespect toward young women in general. |
Project X²+ does not just address the issues at Gallatin High; we also do volunteer and outreach work throughout the community and the globe as a form of empowerment and raising awareness of commonly unaddressed issues among young women.
|Mondays @ Lunch||A240|
|Prom Committee||Junior Class hosts the Junior/Senior Prom for the calendar school year. The committee is in charge of creating a theme and finding decorations to decorate the dance venue. The group organizes ticket sales, royalty, fundraising and advertisements. Each committee member gets a free couples’ ticket to prom if they work on or about 32 hours. Prom Committee starts after the winter holiday break and goes until the date of prom that given year.||Katie Greinerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Raptor Theatre Company||Raptor Theatre Company is a co-curricular club serving as an extension of the Theatre Production. The club regularly sponsors after school productions, joint department musicals, and college and career ready experiences to actors and technicians. A typical school year showcases a fall show with auditions in late August, daily after school rehearsals, and performances in early November. Auditions for the State Thespian Festival occur in December with rehearsals in January and attendance/performance of the State Thespian Festival in early February. Drama Club also joins the Advanced Theatre class' spring production in mid-May. Venues for rehearsals may vary during but typically reside in C 159 and the GHS auditorium.||Stacie McKiernan|
|Thursdays @ Lunch||C 159|
|SAGA||The purpose of SAGA is to create a safe environment in GHS for all students, while fighting discrimination, harassment, and violence. It also works to educate the school community about homophobia, gender identity, and issues involving sexual orientation.|
Kerri Cobb & Noelle Harper
|Once per Month @ Lunch||Library|
|Science Olympiad||The GHS Science Club is involved in preparing for and participating in the annual Science Olympiad Competition at Montana State University. The club is driven by student interest. We are limited only by the imagination of the participants.||Dan Gutzmanemail@example.com||Wed @ Lunch||A333|
|Ski Club||The ski club will have members learn and discuss items related to skiing, make friends/find others to ski with, discuss/improve on technique, discuss current conditions and each other's skiing. We expect our club members to participate and enjoy learning about the items discussed above. We also want our members to be able to meet/make new friends. We will expect members to follow Gallatin GRIT.||Matt Wattendorf|
|Friday @ Lunch||A393|
|Spanish Club||Spanish Club provides an opportunity for students of all levels of Spanish to meet, socialize and expand their language interests. Fund-raisers, Christmas tree decorating, and various informal food tasting parties are just a few of the fun activities. Ole!!||Sarah Sigler|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Weekly @ Lunch||A382|
|Spanish Honor Society||The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish and/or Portuguese, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Please visit our new website to learn more!||Sarah Sigleremail@example.com||Application needed||A377|
|Spirit Club||GHS Sprit Club's ultimate goal is to support and promote what makes high school so great - the members of our high school. This includes supporting our students, teachers and staff in athletic and academic programs.||Barb Boltefirstname.lastname@example.org||Tues @ Lunch||A151|
|Student Council - StuCo||Student council is a group tasked with making decisions for our school and the student body as a whole. The group is comprised of officers from each grade voted for at the end of the pervious year and non-officer members who are welcome to join at anytime and help when they can. We make decisions regarding everything from spirit weeks and dancing to the legacies we leave for future classes.||Nate Johnson|
|Technology Student Association (Engineering Club)||The Technology Student Association (TSA) provides student members the opportunity to explore a wide varitety of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education and career-interest areas.||Glenn Bradburyemail@example.com||Weekly||B137|
|Ultimate Frisbee Club||The Ultimate Frisbee Club is intended to be an inclusive opportunity for all students, regardless of skill, gender, or experience, to learn and play the sport of ultimate after school at GHS. The club prioritizes fairness, spirited play, and sportsmanship.||Matt Wattendorf|
|Monday & Tuesday 3:50pm - 5:15pm||GHS Fields or |
|Youth Legislature||This club is geared toward students with an interest in learning more about politics and political procedure, and campaigning for political office. The activities start in December and end in April with a four-day trip to Helena.||Josh Rassifirstname.lastname@example.org||During lunch in 2nd semester only||A330|