ART CLUB/NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY: Art Club is open for any student in the school to learn about art and create small projects during club day. National Art Honor Society students will meet on club days after school. NAHS members must have taken an art class in high school. They have to have a 3.0 overall GPA and an A in art class. They have art related service hours they have to complete at events outside of school. We will meet during club day in the art room.
Astronomy club is a student led club. Every year is a little different depending on the member's interests. This year (2018-2019) the students have decided to make and launch rockets. There will be 3 phases and the club members have access to that calendar.
The National Beta Club recognizes academic achievement, promotes character, develops leadership skills, encourages service involvement, and provides technological advantages to students in grades 5 - 12. NHS is a service organization. Creates enthusiasm for scholarships, stimulates a desire to render service, promotes leadership, and develops character in the students of secondary schools. (By invitation only) Does not meet on club day.
The Greenbrier High School Book Club's purpose is for like-minded individuals to meet and share a love of books and to expand the reading horizons of all members. Meets in the Media Center on club days.
BUDDY CLUB: Provides a fun & enriching environment for general education students to interact with the exceptional student population. Meet in the cafeteria during club day.
CHESS: Meet in room 524 during club day
CREATIVE EXPRESSIONS: If you have ever thought about publishing a book or creating a masterpiece, The Creative Expressions club is for you. This club encourages students to develop their talents in both art and writing. A few projects the club participates in focus on the process of writing and illustrating novels or short works of fiction. Artists are paired with writers in order to help bring their creative ideas to life. Students will be introduced to the concept of self-publishing and will be given the opportunity to have their work professionally bound and published in our school’s library. This club meets on club days and occasionally after school in room 421.
CYBERPATRIOT: CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program. At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competition puts teams of high school and middle school students in the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. In the rounds of competition, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cybersecurity vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services in a six-hour period. Teams compete for the top placement within their state and region, and the top teams in the nation earn all-expenses paid trips to Baltimore, MD for the National Finals Competition. Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America: FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Meets in Room 310-312.
DIAMOND GIRLS: Meet in room 410 during club day.
DRAMA: Provides information and opportunities to GHS students with an advanced interest in all aspects of theatrical development. Meets in the Auditorium.
FBLA (FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA): Meet in room 301 during club day.
FCCLA: Meet during club day in room 310
FGE (FUTURE GEORGIA EDUCATORS): It is open to any student. You will attend a teacher conference at either AU or Georgia Southern (competitions available) and work to become Google Educator certified. We would meet after school 1 time a month.
The purpose of this team is to promote the love of fishing and offer the opportunity to fish competitively for those students who are able. The team is affiliated with Georgia B.A.S.S. High School Nation and competitively fishes the state tournament trail during the spring and summer months. Does not meet on club day.
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES: Allows athletes, coaches, and other students the opportunity to fellowship with one another in the Cafeteria.
FRENCH: Helps students gain a deeper understanding of French speaking cultures. Meets in Room 415.
GAMERS: Gamer’s club is for all who want to play: video games, board games, card games, role playing games, etc. Bring your own games and technology and have fun on every club day and every other Thursday from 4-8 in the media center.
GUITAR: Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate, or advanced guitar player, join the guitar club where I will teach you basic and advanced guitar techniques. Meets in room 524 every Friday.
HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENTS OF AMERICA (HOSA): Enhances the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the health care community.
The Greenbrier Justice Pack is entering its third year of mock trial competition. The team competes in the Georgia Bar Association’s statewide mock trial competition. The team also competed in the Grady High School Mock Trial Invitation last year winning first place. Along with the faculty adviser, the team is coached by local attorneys’ that volunteer their time. The mock trial team requires afterschool practices usually starting at 5:00 once the attorneys are available. Contact Mr. Wuchte at email@example.com for additional information.
Key Club is an international student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. The core values of the Key Club are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness. See Dr. Fleming or Mrs. Herndon for more information. Meet during club day and every other Wednesday from 2:45 - 3:20.
The Math Team is open to all students in the school interested in participating in competitive mathematics. We travel throughout Georgia and South Carolina & compete individually & as teams. Friday of each month in rom 500/511. Does not meet on club day.
MILITARY SUPPORT CLUB: Open to anyone who wants to support our local military families. Meet in room 719 on club days.
MODEL UN: MUN challenging and FUN! Model United Nations is an extra-curricular activity in which students train to represent their chosen nation as a delegate to the United Nations. In preparation for competitions, students research their country’s economic, political, and cultural characteristics and how these characteristics affect the global community. Students in Model UN become better, well—rounded global citizens. Meets in Room 603.
MU ALPHA THETA: Mu Alpha Theta is a National Math Honor Society for students that have completed the Analytic Geometry course or its equivalent) with a B average or higher in Math courses. Mu Alpha Theta completes community service by tutoring. Mu Alpha Theta meets after school.
NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY: NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) is an organization that honors student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships, and enhance career opportunities. Students must complete a certain number of community service hours, being in good academic and behavioral standing, be a member of one of the CTSO clubs (HOSA, FCCLA, or SkillsUSA), and have 2 letters of recommendation from other teachers. We will not meet on Club Days. We will do an induction ceremony for new members in February or March.
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: The goal of Photography Club is to provide an environment that enables students interested in photography to meet new people with the same interests, learn about the factors that go into photography and be able to dive deeper into the world of photography while also promoting skills in taking digital photographs. We are also willing and able to assist the yearbook team in providing photos of school activities throughout the school year for consideration for the yearbook.
Science Bowl is a Jeopardy-style competition for high school students. Try-outs will take place at the beginning of the semester, from which 1-2 teams are assembled to compete at the Regional Reading Bowl tournament usually in February.
REDEFINING BEAUTIFUL: The purpose of Redefining Beautiful is to inspire confidence and help girls realize they are beautiful just the way they are. This club helps girls see the value in who they are regardless of shape, size, make-up, clothes, or things they own; and encourages the end of negative self-talk. Meets in Room 524.
RELAY FOR LIFE: Relay for Life is a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. It begins in October & culminates in the Actual Relay held the last Friday of April. Greenbrier HS participates in the Columbia County Relay.
ROTC AND OFFICER CHIEFS CLUB : Our program mission is to instill in students in the United States secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment as well as 420 conducting basic drill movements.
SCIENCE BOWL: Science Bowl is a Jeopardy-style academic science competition for high school students. Try-outs will take place at the beginning of the semester, from which 1-2 teams are assembled to compete at the Regional Science Bowl tournament in the spring.
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. Students enrolled in a CTAE course are encouraged to join with yearly dues of $40.00 payable on RevTrak. Students may also try out for one of the competition teams and compete in Regional and State events such as Tactical Team, High-Risk Vehicle Stop, Trial Advocacy, etc., These teams require attending afterschool practices. Contact Mr. Wuchte at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
SOURCES OF STRENGTH (SOS):
Sources of Strength is a club comprised of peer leaders who work to spread hope, help, and strength. We focus on stories of hope and strength, rather than trauma or drama. We aim to cultivate an environment in which our students feel an authentic sense of belonging by connecting with a diverse group of students, serving school community initiatives, and demonstrating positivity by deliberately choosing to experience their lives through a positive mindset.
SPANISH CLUB: To promote the use of the Spanish language and to learn about the various Hispanic/ Latino cultures and countries through music, food, and celebrations. We will meet on club days in room 624.
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY: Helps students gain a deeper understanding of Spanish speaking cultures. Meets in Room 619. Student Government: Coordinates the business and responsibilities of the student body of GHS, promotes school pride and class spirit, and serves the school and community.
SUBBUTEO TABLE SOCCER: Table soccer / Subbuteo is a gaming club in a small setting. We can only offer membership to 22 people grades 9- 12.
TARS:Young Republicans is open to all Greenbrier High School students who want to become engaged in politics and are interested in The Republican Party. Whether you are new to politics or are a card carrying conservative, this is a great way to get involved. We will discuss republican values, current events, political policy, and ways to help spread our message. We will meet on Club Day as well as after school about once a month. Our meeting place will be in room 706, on the Science Hall. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Carraway.
TRI-M MUSIC: Tri-M is the international honor society recognizing secondary music students for their musical ability, academic excellence, school involvement, and community service. The purpose of this organization is to inspire music participation, create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, and promote leadership in the music students of secondary schools. Students will be nominated by their music teacher. Invitations will be issued soon, followed by an induction ceremony. Does not meet on club day.
YDA: The YDA meet monthly and discuss ways young people can actively engage with the local party. Does not meet on club day. See Ms. Whipple in room 607 for more information.