Clubs

500 Queens

….Inspiring young women to develop the queen within.

 

Sponsors: Rakia Marcus & Niviea Williams

President: Asaiah Hill

Vice President: Kayla Jackson

Secretary: Lexie Richemond

Treasurer: Lillian Van Tassle

Sargeant at Arms: Hailey Glasper

WEBSITE

Dues: $35

 

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Academic Bowl

Sponsors: Walt Jester & Jasmine Taiwo

Dues: $20

Requirements: Participate in the practices and competitions

Meeting Times: Every Wednesday after school in Mr. Jester’s room (219). Competitions are on Mondays.

 

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African Student Association

The African Students Association is a social, cultural, and vibrant organization. This club is open to students of every ethnic background. The purpose of the African Students Association is to showcase African culture through dance performance, and the uniqueness of Africa; as a continent.

 

Sponsor:  Kamria Fields-Yang

President:  Grace Macauley

Vice President: Beate Bondo

Dues: $10

Meetings: Weekly on Thursdays in the Main Cafeteria after school

 

 

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AWARE Club

The mission of the AWARE Club is to help students excel academically in the classroom, behaviorally as a high school student, and overall as a minorities.  They look to help students better themselves through education, encourage & uplift one another, and build their identity – knowing who they are and, discovering their purpose in life.

The club's leadership is organized in an oligarchy format, where the decisions are made in a collective fashion.

 

Sponsors: Adrian Cromwell

Leadership Team: Joseline Nyabatoni, Camryn Banks, Abril Velasquez, Daniel Ortiz

Dues: $15.00

Meeting times are on Mondays 7:50 a.m in Room 327

 

 

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Beta Club

Mission Statement:  To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. To reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.  Open to 9th-12th grades.

 

Sponsor: Susan Wooten

President: Symone Turner

 Vice-President: Taylor Sturdivant

Secretary: Elaine Co & Julia Perry

Treasurer:  Isabella Folger

Out of Club Volunteer Opportunities: Camille Calkins

In Club Volunteer Opportunities: Emma Fockele

Historian:  Caleigh Casper

 

Dues: $25 for year 1, $15 for year 2 & year 3 (underclass), $20 Senior year or $35 if Senior year is first year

Requirements: 6 meetings, 15 service hours:  5 in-school hours, 5 out of school hours, 5 in or out of school hours

Meeting Times: 1st Friday of each month at 7:45 in the Media Center.

 

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Chess Club

Sponsor: Charlie Sea

Student leaders: Imeyrani Islas & Keylin Ramos

$10 dues

Meet every day after school in Mr. Sea’s room (302 Main Bldg)

Remind code: hde79a  enter this # 81010

 

 

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Chinese Club

 

Club Mission:

1. To promote cultural awareness

2. To promote deeper understanding of different cultures

3. To appreciate another culture’s, food, music, art, language ...

You can join today or any time during the school year. All you have to do is to pay $10 for the membership plus $10 for the club shirt (New design this year!). You do not have to be Chinese or take Chinese classes.

 

Sponsor: Julia Zhu

President:  Marisa Woo

Vice President:  Brisny Rodriguez

Secretary:  Taylor Sturdivant

Treasurer:  Sandy Dinh

Dues: $10  T-shirts: $10

Meetings:  first Thursday of each month

 

 

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Club de español

 

Sponsor: Sr. José Sánchez

Presidente: William González

Vice-Presidente: Brisny Rodriguez-Flores

Tesorera: Camilla Montes

Secretaria: Catalina Gómez

 

Dues: $10

Meetings: 1st and 3rd Tuesday mornings in the Media Center

 

 

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Coding Club

 

The GHS Coding Club mission is to create 3Cs for our students:

Computing awareness

Coding opportunities

Creative thinking development

We will provide participating students an opportunity to learn the basics of computer programming in a team setting.  The club’s main focus will hour of code and code.org  We will try to learn to create apps, websites, and games.

 

Sponsor: Chandra Karnati

Co - President: Taylor Sturdivant & Elaine Co

Vice Presidents: Luke Griffin & Price Embry

Treasurer: Uyen Ta

Secretary: Johnny Dinh

Dues: $10

Meetings: Every other Thursday after school in Room 909

 

 

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DECA

Our Mission: "DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe."

 

Guiding Principles:

Our guiding principles explain how we fulfill our mission by addressing what we do and the outcomes we expect.  DECA enhances the preparation for college and careers by providing co-curricular programs that integrate into classroom instruction, applying learning in the context of business, connecting to business and the community and promoting competition.  Our student members leverage their DECA experience to become academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders.

 

Sponsor: Brett Dillin

President: Donangelo Marshall

Meetings: 1st & 3rd Tuesday mornings each month in Coach Dillin’s room (CTAE 405)

Dues: $25

Remind: text A@896aK9 to 81010

 

 

 

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Environmental Awareness Club

Club Overview: The Environmental Awareness Club is an organization consisting of thoughtful, committed beings working towards a more Earth-friendly campus. We participate in yearly community service events and host our own events on campus. EAC’s goal is to expose environmental awareness and community service to a diverse group of students.

Sponsor: Teresa Leach

Presidents: Amy Nguyen & Elizabeth Stewart

Vice President: Jasmine Nguyen

Secretary: Imeyrani Islas

Dues:  $10

Requirements:  5 meetings, 1 community event and 25 points

Meetings:  Tuesdays 7:45 twice a month Room 322

 

 

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FBLA

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a student organization for all middle and high school students participating in business programs. As an integral part of the business instructional program, FBLA provides opportunities for students to develop vocational and career-supportive competencies. Participation in FBLA activities promotes civic and personal responsibility; helps students develop business leadership skills and establish career goals; and prepares them for useful citizenship and productive careers.

 

Sponsor: Whitney Van Atta

President: Erika Mendoza

Vice President: Elizabeth Garrido

Treasurer/Secretary: Darius Young

Dues: $20 ($25 for seniors, including graduation cords)

Meetings: first Wednesday of the month in room 9GC - 903  at 7:50am

 

Georgia FBLA

National FBLA

 

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FCA

Sponsors: Dave McConnell, Cristie Langford, & Leah Roach

Student Leaders:  Madison Keel & Julia Perry

Dues:  $10

Meetings: Every Wednesday morning at 7:45 in the Chorus Room (PAC)

Remind 101: text @ghsfca201 to 81010

 

 

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FCCLA

FCCLA is an organization that promotes leadership and community

service in the school, state and world.

We are an active chapter, participating in school, local, state and

national programs and events.  We compete at regional, state

and national levels and have hundreds of opportunities for

students to get involved.

 

Advisors:  Karen Jackson & Phyllis Mance

Club President: Keylin Ramos & Imeyrani Islas

Dues: $20

Meetings: 2nd Monday  of each Month  Room 407 3:30 - 4:00

 

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Gaming Club

The Gaming Club is a video game club that is mainly focused around people’s likes of video games. It is a social group that allows people to interact with other people based on their likes of games and to connect with different types of games they have never experienced. It is open to all people, not just gamers.  Dues are $20 and include a t-shirt and graduation cord for seniors. The club meets weekly, in room 903 in the 9GC.

Club Motto:

Learn the positive side of gaming - reward, accomplishment, and fun

Sponsor: Whitney Van Atta

President -  Darius Young

Vice President - Eric Pauda

Secretary -  Erik Leon

Treasure - TBD

Club Goals:

  • Promoting what gaming really is about - Fun
  • Promote different genres of gaming
  • Connect people in the community of Gainesville High School
  • Enrich people's lives by letting them play what they love

 

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GHS Digital Media and Film Club

The GHS Digital Media and Film Club gives students interested in cinematography a chance to pursue in-depth studies in filmmaking. The club will analyze scripts and movies as well as learn about advanced techniques in lighting, camera operations, film composition, and sound. The club will plan and execute several short films to be submitted into local, state national and international competitions.

 

Sponsor: Dr. Joseph Miller

President: Chandler Thornton

Dues $15

Meetings: 2nd & 4th Wed each month

CTAE 410 3:45 pm

 

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GHS Literary Society

The GHS Literary Society includes Reading Bowl, TOME Society and also promotes the American Library Association events.

Sponsor: Susan Wooten

President: Emma Fockele

Vice President: Amy Nguyen

Secretary: Marisa Woo

Treasurer: Alyssa Aguayo

Reading Bowl Captain: Brisny Rodriguez

Dues: $25

 

Meetings: on the following Tuesdays after school from 3:35 to 4:45 in the Media Center

Oct 22, Oct 29, Nov 5, Nov 19, Dec 3, Dec 17, Jan 14, Jan 21, Jan 28, Feb 4, Feb 18, Mar 3, Mar 24, Apr 14, Apr 28 (last meeting of the year)

 

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HOPE  (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education)

The mission of HoPe is to increase the graduation rate among Hispanic high school students through leadership, education, and community service.

Sponsors: Sandy Rivera

President- Imelda Razo

Dues: $15

Meetings: one Wednesday per month @3:30pm after school

 

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HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)

National organization for students that are current or past HOSA students to get together, discuss current healthcare issues and careers, and expand their knowledge in the healthcare area.

Sponsors: Catherine Casper

President: Yanet Alberto

Vice President: Christian Diaz

Secretary: Paloma Barron

Treasurer: Alexis Ramirez

Public Relations: Lilibeth Ayala

Leadership Committee: Fatima Santillan & Brisny Rodriguez

Dues: $25

Meetings: 2nd Tues of the month

Instagram: gainesvillehosa

Remind101: cb7e8h to 81010

 

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Interact Club

Sponsor: Trailly Holland

President: Elaine Co

Vice President: Camille Calkins

Secretary: Elizabeth Stewart

Treasurer: Symone Turner

Event Coordinators:  Camille Holcomb & Natasha Alcazar

Communication Officer: Taylor Sturdivant

Event Manager: Farah Haddad

Meetings: 3rd Wed morning every month in Room 218

Dues are $30 for Seniors  $20 for everyone else

Remind code: @8dk7k3 to 81010

Google classroom:  84zhwz

 

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Latin Club

Sponsor: Kenneth Basinger

President: Emmaline Dye

Meetings: last Wednesday of every month at 7:50 in the morning Room 903

Dues are $10

Contact Emmaline Dye, Ally Cook or Page Thompson for more details

 

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Key Club

Sponsor: Laura Elsarelli

President: Fatima Banda                  Vice President - Marisa Woo

Secretary - Elizabeth Stewart           Treasurer- Amy Nguyen

Senior Rep - Daphne Alarcon           Junior Rep - Fatima Banda

Upper Class Rep - Bob Enriquez Lower Class Rep  - Alexandria Ramirez

Bulletin Editor - Allison Vandiver       Historian - Johnny Dinh

Dues: $25

Meetings:  every other Thursday morning at 7:45 in the Media Center

Remind code: @8c3gcf

Google classroom code: qo345x

 

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Music Nation Club

Sponsor: Teresa Williams  contact at teresa.williams@gcssk12.net

770 536-4441 ext: 5441

President:   Saul Gonzalez

Vice President:     Alexa Martinez

Secretary:   Samantha Kinsey

Treasurer:  Denisse Gloria

Dues: $20

Instagram:  ghs.musicnation

Meetings: 2nd & 4th Friday mornings in the Chorus Room

 

 

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National Art Honors Society

The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is designed specifically for high school students in grades 9-12. In 1978, the National Art Education Association began the National Art Honor Society program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.

 

NAHS Sponsors: Sarah Claussen and Clay Sayre

President: Anna Newkirk

Vice President: Marisa Woo

Treasurer: Hien Phan

Secretary: Josie Boyd

Meeting:  1st Wednesday after school in Room 403

Workshop days are given during those meetings

Dues $15

 

 

Website

 

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National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.

4.0 GPA required

Sponsor: Sandy Rivera

President: Emma Fockele

Dues: $20 Juniors  $35 Seniors (includes stole for graduation)

Meetings:  1st Wed morning each month in 9GC Room 410 (Ms. Rivera)

 

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SkillsUSA

 The GHS Presidents’ Club is a service club designed to improve school culture and spirit through special projects and events implemented by their respective club and/or academic team or program. The Presidents’ Club will also engage in special projects organized by the school, as well as attend special faculty meetings and work- shops as needed. The club is open to all presidents of the clubs or academic teams or programs.

Sponsors: Adrian Cromwell & Susan Wooten

Co-Presidents:  Fatima Banda & Camryn Banks

Chief Operations Officer: Julia Perry

Dues are required ($15.00), and they include club t-shirts & graduation cords for seniors.

Meetings: Every other Thursday morning in the Media Center.

 

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STOMP

The STOMP Club is a PBIS based,student-led club that works closely with the Faculty & Staff PBIS Team to create a more enrich PBIS culture within Gainesville High School. Some of the primary assignments of the STOMP club include helping market and organize school celebrations, providing feedback on student issues and concerns, as they relate to disciplinary infractions, helping to create a PBIS rich culture at Gainesville High School, improving school spirit, & promoting the 4 R’s of being Respectful, being Responsible, being Ready, and being a Role Model. The club is open to all students, and it meets once a week.

 

Sponsors: Adrian Cromwell & Kelsie Burks-Mayes

Meetings: Tuesdays 7:45 am in Room 310

Dues: $20

President: Daniel Ortiz

Vice President: Karla Molina

Events: Darius Young

Social Media: Camryn Banks & Estefany Santiago

 

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Technology Student Association

 

The TSA fosters personal growth, leadership and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM); members apply and integrate these concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions, and related programs.

 

Sponsor: Dave Head

2019-20 Officers:

      President: Kimberlyna Vo

 Vice-President:  Melany Moz

      Secretary:  Randy Nabor

Treasurer:  Quyen Ong

      Sergeant at Arms:  Parker Magahey

Dues: $35, which includes National and State dues as well as TSA t-shirt

Meetings: Check with Coach Head or Kimberlyna Vo++

 

 

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