Social clubs are open all year for all students to join. There are leadership opportunities in each of these groups as well. The main purpose is to have fun, make friends, grow as a student, and make an impact on your community.
Anime Club explores Japanese media culture, especially as expressed in age-appropriate manga books and anime videos, and sometimes video games. Our purpose is to provide an environment where students can share their love for anime videos, manga literature, and other expressions of Japanese culture. Any student can become a member of Anime Club if you are interested in sharing or learning about related topics. Join the club at any time during the school year!
Guglielmo Migliaccio - email@example.com
Grayslake North eClub is a group of great students who care about the environment! Our club will help you grow to appreciate it even more! We’re always learning new things about how we can help and what we can do! Aside from our weekly recycling efforts for the GNHS community, we learn - and we educate! It is important to us to share environmental information in fun ways, do cool projects together, enjoy AND continue to learn.
We also attend ‘work days’ at the Grant Forest Preserve, plan a campus clean up, and collaborate with local groups, such as CLC and Bringing Back Nature, for other amazing environmental opportunities! For additional information, please go to the Environmental Club Website or email one/both of the sponsors!
Megan Stenberg - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family and Consumer Sciences Club is a service and social organization open to any student who has a strong interest in cooking, interior design, fashion, and child development. Students undertake an annual fundraising project to finance a variety of activities. These activities are selected according to the interests of the members.
Jill Tomasello - email@example.com
FCA is a student-led club that meets once per week. Meetings include fellowship, devotions, prayer time, and community service. It is FCA’s goal to encourage one another on our walk with Christ and impact the community for Jesus. Although FCA is an organization for athletes, you do not have to be an athlete to attend. All students are welcome!
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Meetings are every other Thursday morning at 7:20am.
Educators Rising encourages young people to choose teaching as a career and provides a means for students to participate in realistic education-based activities. Members of this club will be provided with opportunities for community involvement and access to educational events. Additionally, students participate in realistic education activities that assist in making valid career decisions. Job shadowing, school site visits, and resume building will be focal points this year. The ultimate goal of Educators Rising is to improve effective communication and leadership skills for all students of all backgrounds. Plus, this club aims to encourage the students of today to become the teachers of tomorrow.
Courtney Plaza - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gamers Club is for any student who enjoys playing video games. The club provides a safe and supportive environment for students to interact with their peers in the real and virtual worlds. Any student is welcome to join and participate. Gamers Club members bring their own games and consoles and use the school computers to challenge each other in video game competitions. The Gamers Club meets regularly in one of the school computer labs and also hosts gaming tournaments open to the entire school.
Meetings are every other Thursday after school in A232
The Junior International Association of the Deaf is a club that provides students an opportunity to socialize with Deaf/Hard of Hearing students. Our main focus is to plan engaging activities within the club, and occasionally, with other Deaf/Hard of Hearing programs in the area.
The Outdoor Adventure Club is a student-run organization which promotes the seeking of adventure outside of the classroom. We’re a community of hikers, climbers, mountaineers, skiers, kayakers, backpackers, etc. who share a passion for exploring the great outdoors of the Midwest and beyond. We organize trips and supply individuals with the gear and resources necessary for their own ventures. Join us on our next adventure!
Perfect Pals is an organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for mutually enriching friendships and integrated employment. This organization works to match students with disabilities with high school students from general education to create one-to-one friendships. In today’s high schools, students with disabilities often enter the same building and walk the same hallways as their peers, but they are left out of social activities. By introducing Perfect Pals into our high schools, we are crossing the invisible line that too often separates those with disabilities from those without.
Psychology Club is dedicated to enhancing students’ knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of psychology through discovery and experience. Psychology Club offers a wide variety of social and educational activities that encourage students to explore psychology through hands-on experiments, demonstrations, discussions, video analysis, guest speakers, and service projects. Our focus is to create a culture of wellness, kindness, and positivity in our school community. We welcome all students!
SAGA (Sexuality & Gender Alliance)
This is the LGBTQ+ alliance club at North. This group works towards the creation of a safe environment and sense of community for all students. It encourages all students to attend, regardless of orientation, in order to raise awareness, advocate, and socialize.
Meetings are every Wednesday after school in A204.
Robin Steinmetz - email@example.com
This club is open to all students. There is a growing number of hearing students becoming friends with students in the Deaf/Hard of Hearing program here at North. In this club, we learn sign language in order to learn how to communicate easier and get to know each other better.
Meetings are every Thursday after school in room A102.
Teresa Lundstrom - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Table Tennis Club is open to all students of both recreational and competitive skill levels (even those with no skill at all) who enjoy playing table tennis or are willing to try something new. It provides students with a fun, social, competitive and/or recreational outlet to get involved in at GNHS. We meet weekly on Wednesdays after school where students can come to play, learn, and have fun. Come try it out, bring a friend, or challenge a teacher!