Clubs & Activities

  • The below is a list of clubs and activities at Glacier High School and who to contact for more information. For additional information:

    Clubs, activities, and key contacts

    • Art Club - Patricia Francesconi
      • Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. in room 534
      • Do you like to doodle or even create elaborate artistry with pencils, paints, dyes, ceramics, and more?  No experience necessary, just have a love for art and hanging with friends to explore your creativity!
    • ASB/Leadership - Teri Corwin
      • Please contact advisor for more info.
      • Students interested in developing skills in the areas of service leadership, communication, group process, selfawareness, and human relations should considerASB involvement. Through active participation, students will apply acquired skills to student activities at Glacier Peak High School. Concepts will include character building, presentations, event planning, and much more.
    • Asian Pacific Islander - Jonathon Koerber
      • Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in room 102
    • Astronomy Club
      • Astronomy Club is on Mondays during Grizzly Period in Mr. Hayashi’s room,112. Learn about space and the world beyond Earth! 
    • Book Club - Jennifer English
      • Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. in the library 
      • The purpose of Book Club is to create a place for students where they can read and discuss books, and learn about different literary genres, as well as to interact with fellow GP students who share a common interest.
    • BSU (Black Student Union) - Brandon Juhl
      • Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. in room 309
      • The Black Student Union (BSU) hopes to create cultural unity and provide a safe space for students to talk about things that impact their lives. A group where students can meet with other people who understand the things they experience in life.
    • Cheerleading - Jenny Jordan
      • Our purpose is to promote and uphold school spirit, unity and pride; be a model student-athlete for our campus; be a respectable and positive representation of Glacier Peak High School and our community; promote friendship with each other, students on campus, and students from other schools; promote the development of lifelong values and leadership skills; promote the development of athletic skills; maintain a physically and emotionally safe practice and performance environment; and encourage teamwork.
      • Dates and times for the 2023/2024 tryouts:
        • Thursday, May 16 : 4 - 6:30 p.m. - Mat Room
        • Friday, May 17 : 4 - 6:30 p.m. - Mat Room
        • Saturday, May 18: 3:30 - 6:30 p.m. - Mat Room
        • Monday, May 20: Cheer Parent Mandatory Meeting- Library 6:30 p.m.
      • Please download and print the application packet and complete physical and emergency/clearance forms through FinalForms. Bring all completed documents to the main office by May 12, 2023, in order to be able to participate on the first day of tryouts.
    • Chinese Club - Evon Xu
      • 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2:20 p.m. in room 208
      • We are exploring Chinese culture and food while also having fun playing games.
    • Dance Club - Tracy Hecox
      • Glacier Peak High School’s competitive dance team is selected by a tryout process in May of the previous school year. These students are advancing dancers who are committed to expanding their technique, knowledge, and professionalism in a range of dance styles, including hip-hop, jazz, modern, and performance. Balancing out the demanding workload of dance team are opportunities for travel, friendship and memories that last a lifetime!
    • Debate Club - Derek Hanson
      • Tuesdays/Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. in room 302
      • Students compete in a wide variety of speech, argumentative, and theatrical events against other schools in our region.  Our team members regularly qualify for the Washington state tournament, as well as the NSDA National tournament.
    • FCCLA - Rebecca Harrelson
      • 4th Monday of the month at 2:15 p.m. in room 535
      • FCCLA is a club that helps students become leaders in their family, careers, and communities. FCCLA provides opportunities for students to learn new skills in family and consumer sciences while helping the community.
    • FFA-Vet Science Club - Alisa Ashmon
      • Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. in room 108
      • FFA-Vet Science Club is available to students in animal or advanced animal biology for active membership. Other students not enrolled in those courses may attend meetings but may not become active members. This club focuses on veterinary medicine and the multiple FFA vet science competitions that lead up to the state competition at Washington State University.
    • Film Club - Dane Sandstrom
      • Wednesdays from 2:30-3 p.m. in room 505
      • For students who are interested in all things related to film and the film industry.
    • Future Medical Professionals - Benjamin Szocik
      • Fridays at 12:20 p.m. in room 702
      • The goal of this club will be to help members learn how to become part of the medical field by learning about college, future jobs, etc., as they learn the best way they can help others.
    • Game Club - Eric Benson
      • Thursdays at 2:17 p.m. in room 209
      • Board games, video games, and role-playing games. Tournaments and parties!
    • German Club - Jill Trott
      • 1st/3rd Wednesdays of the month at 2:20 p.m. in room 308
      • Join the German Club to learn more about German culture through the arts, music, food, and so much more!
    • Grizzly Cubs - Sheila Proctor-Long
      • Visit www.sno.wednet.edu/grizzlycubs
      • Grizzly Cubs/Panther Pals is a program that was established more than 20 years ago by Mr. Tuck Gionet. The purpose is to build positive and healthy community.
    • Health Promotion - Benjamin Szocik
      • TBD
      • We promote healthcare career opportunities and enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Human anatomy, physiology, nutrition, medical terminology, injury prevention, injury diagnosis, therapeutic modalities, and rehabilitation topics will be discussed.
    • Impact Club - Patricia Francesconi
      • Mondays at 2:30 p.m. in room 706
      • Impact Club is an inclusive, accepting and safe space for all students to find support and contribute to a positive community. We are dedicated to creating a safe environment for LGBT+ students and bringing awareness to issues of sexuality and gender.
    • Japanese Club - Mathew Morgan
      • Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. in room 321.
      • This club is established to introduce students to the Japanese culture through food, music, language, and traditions.
    • Key Club - Kelsey White
      • Tuesdays at 2:20 p.m. in room 307
      • We provide our members with opportunities to serve, build character, and develop leadership.  Key Club members around the world are learning how to lead and stand for what's right through service and volunteerism.
    • Knowledge Bowl - Robert Blair
      • Tuesdays during Grizzly Period in room 303
      • Basically "Team Jeopardy." Students compete against teams from other schools in competitions that happen once a month beginning in November. The state tournament is in March.
    • Latinos Unidos - Mathew Mulka
      • Tuesdays at 2:30 p.m. in portable 902
      • Latinos Unidos stands for inclusion, support, love, and unity for all people. We promote sharing, helping and listening to others, regardless of beliefs, ethnicity, language abilities or any other criteria. We hope to elevate understanding and communication between students of all cultures, including but not limited to Latinos at Glacier Peak High School. We accept all students interested in the pursuit of these ideals.
    • Model UN - Ryan Hauck
      • Mondays at 2:20 p.m. in room 315
      • Model UN is a national program that engages students in role play simulations around significant global issues. As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and interdependent, Model UN provides an opportunity for students to learn more about world issues, foreign affairs, and global citizenship. Students will have the opportunity to attend a Model UN conference where they simulate UN committees.  You will also learn researching, public speaking, debating, writing, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership skills.
    • One Voice - James Deurbrouck
      • Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in room 314
      • We'll study the Bible, pray, and discuss outreach opportunities.
    • National Honor Society (NHS) - Valerie Browning
      • Refer to our Canvas page for announcements of dates. Meetings will be held during Grizzly Period in the performing arts center. NHS is a service-oriented club for students who excel in scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
    • RAKE - Teri Corwin
      • Wednesdays during lunch in room 203
      • RAKE's goal is to unite the Glacier Peak High School community through random (and intentional) acts of kindness. To make sure members of our community feel like they matter. All are welcome!
    • Robotics - Sean Wilson
      • Mondays from 6-8 p.m. in room 112
      • Club activities involve not only the technical aspects of robotics, but also website design, business modeling, game strategy, booth design, and other artistic ventures. Through robotics, you will learn valuable skills such as leadership, communication, and real-world work experience. FIRST Robotics team members are eligible to apply for $80 million in scholarships. No experience necessary.
    • Theatre Club - George Jordan
      • 1st/3rd Tuesdays of the month at 2:20 p.m. in the performing arts center
      • Students learn with hands-on experience all about theater. They can take part in all elements of theater from lighting, sets, and costuming, to production, singing, acting and dancing.
    • Turning Point USA - Lisa Ringwood
      • 1st Monday of the month at 2:30 p.m. in the College and Career Center
      • Turning Point USA GPHS is a place to have dialogue and discuss fiscal responsibility, free markets, capitalism, and American principles. All are welcome.
    • Unified Club - Jordan Gere
      • TBD
      • Unified Club is open to everyone and we as a club are committed to creating an inclusive, welcoming environment for all students at Glacier Peak HIgh School.