Beta Scholastic League
Beta Scholastic League is a nationally recognized club that emphasizes on achievement, service, leadership and character. All members need to have a 3.0 GPA and keep a 3.0 while a member. To join you will need a recommendation and commitment contract that will be sent to you by a club sponsor. New members also pay a $15 new member fee. Beta League members are the leaders of GCA.
Beta Club is an invitation-only club.
Please reach out to Mr. Russ Long at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Book Club is a group of students who share one thing: a love a reading! Throughout the year students meet twice a month to share their thoughts and ideas about novels previously read and vote on a new novel to read. We choose novels of a variety of genres and authors, so everyone in the club has a chance to read something they know they like and are exposed to new stuff, too!
Compassionate Students Club
The Compassionate Students Club is a group that helps people connect with one another through empathy and acts of kindness. Often times, empathy is developed through acts of kindness, so the compassionate club provides ideas and opportunities to give back to the local community and to inspire fellow peers.
Club Sponsor: Jacilyn Ledford
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes focuses on serving local communities around the globe by engaging, equipping and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire and change the world through the gospel.
Feminie Expressions Health & Wellness
This club, open to all female high school students, is dedicated to exploring the mental, physical, and spiritual realms of being using exercises that incorporate the Expressive arts, physical exercise, meditation, and discussion. It is designed to promote exploration and contemplation of the self.
Club Sponsor: Colleen Surette
French Honor Society
The French Honors Society (Société Honoraire de Français) is designed for students who have achieved high levels of academic success as well as a deep understanding of the French language and culture. Students must be enrolled in or have completed their fourth semester of French in order to be eligible. Students must have completed a full semester in the High School to apply.
French Honor Society is an invitation only organization.
Please contact Mrs. Keiger, email@example.com for more information.
Game Club Design
The game design club will be an open ended, and collaborative club that explores the advanced systems of the game design process. This is your chance to design a game from start to finish, from design, funding, to packaging and release, all while in the company of one of the greatest game designers of this generation.
Club Sponsors: Alex Bryan
GCA Chess Club
GCA Chess club is open to anyone who wants to have fun playing chess. We will talk about strategy, play against each other and have tournaments. If you do not know how to play chess we will help you learn. Come play along!
The Maker Movement encourages individuals to find DIY solutions, invent new products or just be creative by finding and making objects to improve life.
Club Sponsors: Laura Beckham
Harry Potter Club
Do you love Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Ron Weasley? Or are you more of a Draco Malfoy fan? Join us at Harry Potter Club to share character analysis, have debates, watch movie clips, share fanfiction and fan art, and much more! We cover all things related to Hogwarts - and it's okay to join even if you are a Muggle.
Club Sponsor: Kate Potts
Military Kids Club
A club for students of active duty parents, have a family member serving in the Military, or would like to join the military after High School.
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Model United Nations Club
Ever had a desire to better the world through the art of discussion? Members will be participating in researching, developing and presenting real world solutions to actual United Nations issues.
National Honor Society
The GCA chapter of National Honor Society inducts by invitation only. NHS invites members based on GPA from last year. Invitation will go out in September. To be invited to NHS you must be a Junior or Senior, completed one semester at GCA, and have a GPA of 3.75 or higher. We sponsor an annual virtual talent show open to all of GCA and virtual peer tutoring open to middle and high school students.
National Honor Society is an invitation-only organization.
Please email Mrs. Bishop, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Seeing Yourself and Others Through Young Adult Literature
We will look at the representation of different cultures and lifestyles through young adult literature.
Spanish Honor Society
To be eligible for membership in the Spanish Honor Society (SHH), students must meet the following criteria:
• Student must have completed at least three semesters of Spanish
• Student must be currently enrolled in Spanish at GCA
• Transfer students must have spent one full semester in the program at Georgia Cyber Academy before eligibility
• Student must have an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher
• Student must have a cumulative Spanish average of 3.5 or higher from all previous courses
Spanish Honor Society is an invitation-only organization.
Please reach out Mandy Sayama, email@example.com
Student Council is a group of GCA high school students who work hard to encourage, motivate, and help our peers here at GCA.
Student Council is a fantastic way to get involved in your community, at GCA, and beyond! You can go from planning events with our Social Committee, making newsletters with the Newsletter Committee, publicizing school events & graphic designing with the Public Relations Committee, to helping out your community with the Service Committee & so much more!
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T1D Strong Club
Type 1 Diabetes club for GCA students to share, learn, and support each other. Hot topics are always recipes, new technology, and working on stable blood sugars while juggling the typical stress of just being a teenager.
Club Sponsor: Deena Cook
The TED-Ed Club is a group of students who will spend each year exploring, researching, and presenting an idea of their choosing similar to the method of a TED Talk. Students will spend the year identifying the elements of a great idea; researching, developing, and presenting an idea; creating visuals to tell their compelling story; and using best practices for camera, lighting, and sound. Club sponsors are planning for students to have an opportunity to share their TED Talks live as well as in video format!.
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