The Japanese Anime club is a club for students who are interested in all aspects of Japanese cartoons. We watch videos, have discussions on what's trendy in Japan, draw manga characters and arrange out of school field trips to the yomacan and local shutocans. It's a teacher facilitated, student run organization that meets two-three times a month during the school year.
Open to all students even if you don’t have an art class! Students are currently working on a mural for the art hallway. Students are also welcome to come catch up on class projects or work on their own personal projects! Art Club students also help create decorations for school events and displays. (Meets Thursdays 2:20 – 3:30 in room 151)
Business Professionals of America (BPA)
A professional organization for High School Students in Business Administration, Computers, Video Production, Accounting, and Finance. It is skill and project based through testing and project management activities. It also has a national Social Responsibility award based on Community service activities. (Meets Wednesday 2:25 – 3:00 in room 147)
Student run club where we play CHESS! Each week we talk about a new strategy for the game, but otherwise, this club is just good fellowship! (Meets Wednesday 2:20 – 3:30 in room 117)
An association for High School Marketing and Management students that develops co-curricular skills in management, entrepreneurship, advertising, and marketing while developing leadership and communication ability. (Meets Thursdays 2:20 – 3:00 in 147)
Gay Straight Alliance Club. All are invited. No dues required. GSA Christmas party will be on Wednesday, December 21. (Meets Wednesday 2:20 – 3:00 in room 126)
Japanese National Honor Society is a nationally recognized club that promotes Japanese language and culture in the community. Students in this club tutor students taking Japanese, go to the middle school to engage middle school students who take Japanese and sponsor the Japanese Quiz bowl, Japanese summer exchange program and field trip to Cherry Blossom restaurant in Novi every year. To be in this club students must have passed Japanese 2A and have a 3.5 GPA for high school Japanese classes and a 3.0 overall.
Key Club International is a student-lead global service organization with close ties to the local community. Students perform a wide variety of services, looking for opportunities to help feed the hungry, make life easier for families, and promote “helping” as a daily way of life. We are a part of the Kiwanis Family of organizations. (Meets Fridays 6:45 am – 7:15 am in room 105)
Link Crew is all about students helping students! Link leaders are chosen from our junior and senior class and placed in charge of "crews" of about ten freshmen. The leaders act as an older confidant (think big brother/sister) to help the freshmen transition into the high school with less anxiety. (Meets various times throughout the year)
Model United Nations
Model United Nations is a club that prepares students to debate, and deal with real life issues that are happening globally. Focus is on Political, Social, Economic, Military, and Environmental topics. Students prep all year to attend conferences and engage with other students from the state of Michigan. (Meets Thursday 6:45 am – 7:15 am in room 205)
National Honor Society
A service oriented group where members are accepted after invitation showing strong Leadership, Character, Service, and Scholarship. Invitations for membership go our twice a year, with a committee using a rubric to select students to meet the criteria. Students in the group do monthly service projects in the community. (Meets Tuesday 6:50 am – 7:15 am in room 121)
New Concepts Theater
Drama group that puts on two or three productions a year, one is a musical. Students involved in all areas of stage production, acting, building sets and ushering and selling tickets
The Robotics Club participates in FIRST Robotics Competitions every year. Our team is given a five week period to build our robot to fix their requirements and do the task requested. After the five weeks we compete with and against other schools in the area.
Science Research Club
The purpose of the club is to give students an opportunity to do science research in high school. They will also have the opportunity to participate in the Globe Research Symposium at Wayne State this spring. (Meets after school the first Tuesday of every month. First meeting is November 7.)
An elected group from the student body. The purpose is to coordinate and sponsor student activities, advocate students’ concerns with the school administration, and to provide the opportunity for leadership development and positive social interactions. The Student council sponsors such events as the Coming Home spirit days; Cougar Cub program and the senior breakfast. Be a voice for your classmates, develop your leadership skills and have fun! (Meets Wednesday after school in room 149)
THRIVE Club exists to promote healthy choices and a substance free lifestyle by our students. THRIVE typically meets on Wednesday afternoons and fun recreational and learning activities are varied depending on the needs and wants of the members. THRIVE is supported through the efforts of the Garden City Community Coalition. (Meets Wednesdays after school in room 105)