Clubs and Societies
Clubs & Organizations
At GSSM, there is no shortage of clubs.
Club interest and registration is determined at the beginning of each school year and is driven by student interest. While many clubs remain active year after year, participation and interest fluctuates.
Student organizations at GSSM include:
Bring a Smile to the Service
NHS (National Honor Society)
FWD (Fun without Drugs)
Spanish Honor Society
National French Honor Society
TSA (Technology Student Association)
NSBE Jr. (National Society of Black Engineers)
How to Build Things (Engineering)
Speech and Debate
Youth In Government (YIG)
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Bring a smile to the Service
Doctor Who Club
CYF (Christian Youth Fellowship)
Govettes (Dance and Cheer)
Campus/student body organizations
SAB (Student Activities Board)
Societies are formed when groups of students with common interests get together on a semi-regular basis to share in and explore their interest further.
Being recognized as a Society is much easier and more flexible than registering as a club. For example, a Society is not required to have a faculty or staff advisor, elect officers or hold regular meetings. This makes it very simple for students with shared interest areas to find each other and enjoy their particular interest or focus in a very light, fun and informal way.
Societies at GSSM include:
- Classic Literature Society
- Harry Potter Society
- Hip Hop Dance
- Swing Dancing
- Writers Guild