Garden City High School's Clubs and Activities
A place for students to watch Japanese animation videos, cosplay and draw their favorite characters.
Art Club - Ms. Mitoraj - firstname.lastname@example.org, Mr. Davis - email@example.com
Meets every Wednesday at 2:20 in room 151. All students are welcome to come work on their own projects as well as group projects.
Band - Mr. Parkinson - Parkinj@gardencityschools.com
Performs at various school activities, including football games and pep assemblies. Also, performs throughout the community, attends summer band camp and takes spring trips. The band participates in state MSBOA music festivals.
The Junior Varsity & Varsity Co-Ed teams are open to boys and girls, alike. Cheerleaders lead cheers during football and basketball games, pep assemblies and attend cheer camp and stunt camp in the summer. Cheerleaders have performed at the Detroit Pistons games, and are slotted to perform every year. The Holiday Bowl, The Sugar Bowl and The Gator Bowl have been among many different organizations that have asked for a special performance from the teams. Tryouts are held in May and clinics in October.
Colorguard - firstname.lastname@example.org
Squad performs at football and basketball games and band activities. Attend camp in summer.
DECA - Mrs. Bommarito - email@example.com
An association of Marketing, Finance, and Management students applying classroom learning that connects to real world business while developing leadership skills and community service. These students perform role-plays and take tests in their choice of occupations. The District 5 Conference is held in January. The Michigan Career and Development State Conference is held in March for those who qualify.
Japanese National Honor Society - Mr. Kreiner - firstname.lastname@example.org
Students must have a 3.5 G.P.A. in their Japanese class and a 3.0 G.P.A. overall to be eligible. JNHS sponsors the field trip to Japan and the hosting of Japanese students in the summer. Fundraisers are ongoing to support these events.
Key Club - Robert Fulton email@example.com
Key Club is the high school branch of the Kiwanis network of service organizations. By helping the less fortunate, Key Club members begin to appreciate what they have and become caring leaders. It happens when they tutor elementary children, make dinner for the residents of Ronald McDonald house or serve tea at Garden Towers. Key Club is a student led organization who choose their own service projects and make a difference in their own community and around the world.
Language Clubs - Mr. Kreiner - firstname.lastname@example.org
Students raise money for trips to foreign countries or cities with ethnic background and eat at Japanese restaurants.
Model United Nations - Mr. Waronek - email@example.com
Students belong to an international organization that competes in debates on timely world issues. There is a two-day competition at Hope College in Holland, Michigan in March.
Pom Pon - Tiffany Adams, Cherie Hughley, Ashley Strawser, Parent Sponsor - Diana Gagneanu
Perform at school pep assemblies, school athletic events, competitive events doing pom routines to music with Poms. Attend camp in summer.
Students against Destructive Decisions. To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions. Through positive peer role modeling and environmental strategies, students prevent destructive decisions and set a healthier, safer course for the lives of others.