Find Your People

Students have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and explore different areas of personal interest through a wide variety of clubs. Don’t see one you love? No problem. Students are encouraged to create their own clubs with the help of faculty advisors.

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Club Spotlight: GHS Garden Club

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Located in the southeast corner of Gateway High School's parking lot, Gateway's community garden and outdoor classroom adds a touch of natural beauty to the campus and serves as a living laboratory for students by providing hands-on learning in science, math, and other subject areas. The garden broke ground in the Spring of 2013 and has grown exponentially since then, and is frequently the site of celebrations, music performances, and other special events. It is home to Gateway's Garden Club, which not only maintains the garden, but experiments with healthy recipes, manages a popular annual plant sale, and much much more.

Club Spotlight: Student Affinity Groups

Just as it’s important for students to connect around shared hobbies or career interests, we also believe they need and deserve the opportunity to connect with classmates with whom they share an identity. Student-led affinity groups serve as both social spaces and groups to work on campus or community-wide social justice initiatives, depending on member interests. GHS is currently home to 10 different affinity groups, such as the popular Black Student Union and Gender Sexuality Alliance -- and any student can start a new one with the help of a faculty advisor.

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Other Clubs

The Sky's the Limit!

Other clubs at GHS include (but are not limited to):

  • Dungeons & Dragons Club
  • Model UN
  • Gator Gears (Competitive Robotics Club)
  • Music Club
  • ... And much more!

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