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Clubs and Activities

Greenwich High School is committed to the co-curricular involvement of all students and to the development and recognition of student leaders. We believe that participation in school activities develops skills, provides direction in goal setting, and contributes ultimately to a positive school climate.

To find out information about the clubs, refer to the 2023-2024 club list.  This list contains the advisor, student leader, and where and when the club meets. Note: This list is continuously being updated throughout the school year. 

2023-2024 Club Leaders - There will be a club fair for the incoming freshman class and transfer students on Thursday, August 31 from 9:30 - 11:00 am in the gym.  Existing Clubs only may participate. (See the list above.) 

Students who have general questions regarding any co-curricular opportunities or students interested in starting a new club are encouraged to come to the Student Activities Office. Club specific questions should be addressed to the club advisor.

All students proposing a new club, must complete a “New Club” application. The application can also be found in the Student Activities office.  In addition to the application, you need the following to establish a new club: an interest from your classmates, a faculty advisor, and a meeting with the Director of Student Activities.

Prior to completing the application, look at the current clubs to make sure there is not a similar club that already exists. Once you have established that, complete the application, submit it to student activities and make an appointment for your meeting with the Director of Student Activities. Establishment of a new club will be decided on an individual basis. 

For the 2023-2024 school year, new club applications will be accepted November 1, 2023 - February 28, 2024.

scales of justice and stethescope

This group is a healthcare advocacy club with the purpose to raise awareness about healthcare inequalities around the world.

woman in wheechair with assistant dancing surrounded by a circle of people

To promote accessibility and acceptance for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and those who are mentally challenged through the world of dance.

diagram of what happens with ALS

To raise awareness and garner support for ALS through the GHS community.

Alzheimer's Awareness Club - Image of brain

Educate the students on the realities of this very common disease and the importance of building connections and caring for elders in our community. 

American Red Cross logo

A way for youth volunteers to gain leadership skills, meet new people and make a diference in their community while having fun with friends.

Art Club - Art Supplies

Students come together to learn about and create art.

Association of Hispanics at GHS - postage stamp of cartoon drawings of various famous Hispanic people

This association’s mission is to promote and maintain the diversity of the Hispanic/Latin-American culture there is at GHS and to encourage cultural diversity.

The Beak - image of a newspaper with the word school printed across the top in red

The Beak is Greenwich High School’s bi-monthly printed and online newspaper. Students write articles, layout issues, take pictures, and help edit peer's work. The Beak informs the school on current events and announcements as well as upcoming events.

Big Sister Little Sister Club

This club’s mission is to build friendships throughout GHS and help incoming freshmen girls have a community that helps with school navigation and other problems they may have.

Book Club

A way for students to explore their love of reading through new literature and discussion.

Broaden Our Horizons Club

This club spreads awareness of the financial difficulties of boys in our community and recruits volunteers to help GPS boys in need.

Different colored ribbons representing the various types of cancer.

Our mission is to create awareness about the risk and presence of cancer in our community as well as provide assistance and support for those who have been or are currently affected by cancer.

chess board

To unite students that may have otherwise never talked to each other through the game of chess.

China Club


blue house with the letters CCI in a red heart, the words community centers, inc. beneath written in blue, the words care, co

Students work with Community Centers Inc. to help overcome educational, social, and economic barriers that people in the community face.

Cornhole Club

To create a competitive and welcoming environment that unites people together for the sole purpose of playing corn hole.

Debate Club - Debate

Students are given the opportunity to learn new skills and practice debating. Students practice mock debates at their weekly meetings; they are separated into groups and given current topics to argue. They also compete against other schools in the Connecticut Debate Association on Saturdays, 5-8 times per year.

drawing of people at a table 

DECA is to enhance the co-curricular education of students with interests in marketing, management and entrepreneurship. This club helps students develop skills and competence for marketing careers, build self esteem, experience leadership and practice community involvement.

Democracy in Action Club

The Democracy in Action Club is a place to create a more civically engaged population by encouraging discussion and debate about democracy in a non-partisan environment.

group of women sitting in a circle

A club where you can learn about different DDCs (Disorders, Disabilities and Conditions), and a safe place for those with DDCs to talk about their experiences, educate others, and spread awareness to the GHS community to stop stigma.

Diversity Awareness Club

Students work together to promote diversity throughout GHS and to help create events designed to honor the GHS diversity pledge.

Volunteer worker with a female cancer patient with a scarf

To support local hospice and palliative care patients. We primarily do so through planning and fulfilling the dreams of local hospice patients.

Economics Club - Wall St

Economics Club provides a place for students to learn and develop a passion for economics while preparing for national competitions.

Economics Club - Wall St

A group of students dedicated to environmental protection and conservation in our community and beyond. Our purpose is to educate and empower students in environmental studies through active participation and action.

E-Sports Club - 3 young adults at computer screens with headphones 

This club provides students with a friendly-competitive environment for playing video games and E-Sports.

A page turned to the definition of ethics

We provide realistic simulations on ethical dilemmas that may be apparent in a student's future. We analyze the situation and come to a moral consensus on the topic.

European flags waving in wind

To allow students to learn about European nations' cultures and help spread awareness to our community.

classroom in third world country

To raise awareness for children around the world that are suffering from lack of education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.

models walking down the runway

A club where students can pursue their interests in fashion and connect with others who have similar interests. Members will be involved in discussions regarding current trends, designers, and new lines, along with participating in a wide variety of fahsion projects.

hands that are tied together

Students join the fight to eradicate human trafficking and slavery locally and throughout the world.

Eiffel Tower

To expand the French cultural knowledge of GHS students. 


GAINS connects girls with a passion for STEM subjects to support, encourage, teach and inspire one another.

man with face in palms at a slot machine

Students will come together to raise awareness of the potential dangers and risks of gambling. The idea is that knowledge is power. Club members will come together once a month (either virtually or in person) to come up with different ways to raise awareness of the dangers of gambling, whether through flyers, bookmarks, kahoots, or other forms of communication. Approximately 4-5% of youth ages 12-17, meet one or more criteria of having a gambling problem. We will define to students what is considered "gambling" and work to educate the student body of dangers.

Gender Sexuality Alliance Club (GSA)

A group of students dedicated to reducing homophobia, creating an atmosphere of acceptance, and fostering a safe environment for people of all sexual orientations. Membership is open to all genders and sexualities. This club sponsors events and activities to heighten awareness within the GHS community.

German Flag against blue sky

Students participate in cultural experiences outside of school and provide service to the GHS community through volunteer tutoring in German.

binoculars with a bird on the lens

To observe and learn about the birds on the GHS campus and to learn the basics of ornithology.

words, The Catholic Club

To help those in need in our community, raise money for charitable causes, and teach others about catholic beliefs.

words "Math club" with mathematical symbols in the background

GHS Math Team seeks to introduce students of all levels to unique, creative problems in math, oftentimes exercising problem-solving skills and out-of-the-box thinking. We also participate in monthly meets in the Fairfield County Math League (FCML), for which students are welcome to take qualifier tests for our 6 person A-team or all-inclusive B-team.

Model UN Club - United Nations building with flags from various countries in front

Model UN is a community that fosters diplomacy, debate, and research skills while increasing its members' knowledge of geopolitics and economics. We travel to colleges for conferences which simulate the workings of the UN (as well as other historical and fictional groups) in an environment that is both competitive and collaborative. We also host our own conference in the fall and spring. The club can be contacted at


the word science, images of beakers, DNA, molecules, etc.

The GHS Science Team practices for the U.S. Dept. of Energy's National Science Bowl competition.  This is a quizbowl type of competition covering topics in biology, chemistry, physics, earth and space, energy, and mathematics. Practice time is used to collaborate on team strategies, explore interesting science topics, scrimmage with a buzzer system, and so much more.  Competitions include an overnight trip to MIT in November and regional competition at UCONN Storrs in March.  All are welcome.

video camera in the foreground and a reporter and athlete in the background

To allow students interested in broadcast, production or marketing, to get a feel for a possible career. This is also a great way to bring students together.

GHS Students Give Back

To help our communities be safer and more prosperous mentally and economically through our resources at GHS.

Girls for Girls Club - 3 girls and a female teacher working in front of computers

This club is to expose girls to the world of computer programming and to even out gender imbalance in the field of computer science.

Greenwich EMS Explorer Post 911

This program is run by the Greenwich Emergency Medical Service for high school students ages 14 to 18. The Post’s core principles are: Community, Education, Peer Mentoring, Service, Experience, and Leadership. The mission of this program is to empower each member to achieve their goals while doing so in a fun and structured peer environment. Members have the opportunity to become certified as an EMS provider and practice medicine in real life emergencies. 

The word Greenwich written in red and United Way written in blue.

Students work with Greenwich United Way to initiate solutions and implement programs that have a lasting and positive impact.

Greenwich Library Advisory Club - books on the upper level of a circular library

This group of GHS students serves as an advisory board to the Greenwich Library staff to provide feedback and support for young adult programming, services, and material selection. This team also works to create and facilitate new community service oriented events at the Library.

2 officers standing by a police car

The mission of the Greenwich Police Explorers is to get today’s youth to simulate law enforcement operations and to promote ethical behavior, self-confidence and responsibility. Students have discussions with and interact with local law enforcement.

Habitat for Humanity - 3 human figures forming a house next to the words Habitat for Humanity

This club works to create awareness that more than half of the people in the world live at the poverty level and that no human being should live in substandard housing. In past years, students have built houses in Bridgeport and Westchester.

two boys

To educate people about Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere, and to support the needs of children and orphans in Haiti.

girl holding a dog outside of a cage at the pound

Students work to raise awareness and resources for animal shelters and rescue groups. This club’s main activities include educational events, donation drives, animal-related outreach and activism to help animals.

Hand in Hand Club - Young woman in a wheelchair with another young woman standing beside her

This club is made up of students with and without disabilities who get together for socially appropriate activities such as: going out for pizza, or the movies, and having parties. Club members also volunteer at other local organizations that relate to people with disabilities.

Heart Disease Awareness Club

Even though heart disease is the largest cause of death in the world it isn't spoken about enough.  Through various activities such as fundraisers, we will work hard to shine a light on this issue.

Help for the Homeless Club

Students cook and serve the homeless at the Pacific House Shelter in Stamford, CT. At meetings they discuss cooking and serving dates, fundraising and other ways to help out!

Hospital HeART Club

To create pieces of art (whether drawing, poetry, creating writing, singing, painting, acting, etc.) for people in the hospital.

Imani - A cross on a hill with the sun setting behind it

Students come together to discuss, learn, and share ideas and beliefs involved in the Christian faith.

Teenagers in a circle smiling and laughing

Links Through Loss is a group where students who have lost a parent or immediate guardian can meet and form new connections to people with similar experiences.

aide folding a walker

To get a community of committed volunteers who would be willing to learn about various durable medical goods (such as wheelchairs, walkers, shower benches, rollators) so we can help assemble, sanitize and repair donated items.

Natural History Club - A black and white depiction of a courtroom filled with men from approximately the 1700-1800s.

Students are able to explore and discuss their love for history and pop culture outside of the classroom as a means of being more aware of their community.

The words neighbor written in black, the word to written in green, next to a cartoon depiction of a couple handing bags to a

Students raise awareness for local organization Neighbor to Neighbor, as well as, collect items such as food and clothing for them.

Outreach Club

The Greenwich High School Outreach Club is dedicated to preventing destructive decisions specific to underage drinking, other drug use, risky and impaired driving, and teen suicide.  Outreach Club collaborates with teens from the Greenwich Together Youth Coalition, the First Selectman's Youth Commission, and The Yellow Tulip Project to plan school and community events that encourage healthy decision-making, and reaching out for help when needed.  

Pawsitive Attitude

To establish a safe and positive space for students where they can learn about and practice mental health strategies that will help reduce stress and anxiety they might be feeling throughout the school year.

Philosophy Club - The words "I Think Therefore I Am - Rene Descartes" typed in red on a note pad

To create an environment where a varitey of topics may be calmly and thoughtfully debated.

Photography Club - Young woman taking a picture and the background is out of focus

This club exposes students to different perspectives of life through photos. They educate students about the artistry of photography and admire famous photographer’s works.

2 hands playing the piano

To create a welcoming and supportive community for pianists of all levels to come together and share their love of playing the piano. This is a platform for members to showcase their talents and improve their skills through performance opportunities and constrictive feedback from peers. This club is a comfortable environment of collaboration and performance where pianists can build lasting connections through their passion for piano and music.

Ping Pong Club - 2 people playing ping pong

To provide an uncompetitive, fitness and social experience for our members through table tennis.

A girl sitting on the ground with her legs crossed and a book in her lap.

The Poetry Club cultivates an inclusive community that encourages students to expand their knowledge of poetry and express themselves through the medium of the written and spoken word. We will learn about different forms of poetry and students will journal during each meeting, all while encouraging a safe, mutually respectful, and culturally aware environment.

Pre-Med Club 

To educate the GHS students in medicine.  This could include fundraising for medical issues, learning about ethics in medicine, learning about different specialties and raising awareness for medical issues in our community.

This group seeks to educate people on the importance of reproductive freedom and support/protect reproductive rights.

Reading Between the Spines - A notebook, magnifying glass, hat and pipe laying on a wood table

In the book club we strive to create a positive and encouraging environment to share ideas and opinions about mystery books. The club will be a group of people who share a love for mystery and wish to discuss it further with others.

Robotics Club - Four young people in a classroom (the background is out of focus) working on a robot

Students work together on various robotics projects and possibly enter into robotics competitions. This group applies science and math skills to real life scenarios.

A sign that reads make this world better 

This youth inspired program promotes the idea of making the world a better place for people, animals, and the environment.

A young person holding a cardboard sign that reads equal rights.

To build a strong community of students who are passionate about expanding their knowledge on the history and future of social justice as well as the importance of advocacy and equality.

Close up shot of different colored saris

This club is to promote understanding and appreciation of cultures and traditions from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, the Maldives and other South Asian nations.

Man standing on a ladder adjusting a spotlight on a stage

Stage Crew is in charge of building, painting, lighting and sound for ALL the live theatrical events at GHS. Once the show is up and running, the stage crew / run crew is involved with all the scene changes within the production.

Bar graph of stock market activity

The stock market provides the opportunity to invest your money where you believe growth is occurring. Members should learn how to properly understand the growth and decline in our economy today.

Gears with the words law, rule, standard, guideline, regulation, authority

The Student Policy Initiative seeks to represent the interests of GHS students in the policy decisions that affect them the most. Their goal is to show students the power of their voice, particularly in local issues, and promote persuasive and oratory skills.

words "Pro Life" with pink and blue background

Students seek to establish a pro life culture among the youth of the GHS community by educating their peers on life and actively promoting the right to live for all. They also organize drives for necessities of mothers, families, and children in need.

a supply of various toiletries

Our club focuses on distributing donations of toiletry supplies and school supplies to kids who are part of the free/reduced lunch program.  This will give these students access to goods for free.

The Nest Club - A male with headphones by a computer next to a female with headphones in front of a microphone

To expose GHS students to the world of journalism through podcasting and teach the value of asking important questions.

person painting on an easel

Art students make portraits of children in third world countries by using reference photos.  The picures will then be hand delivered to the children.

stack of pokemon cards

To bring together people with different types of backgrounds through their shared love for card games.

people playing frisbee

To promote the sport of ultimate frisbee and encourage students to get together to build school spirit and involvement in the game.

Wall Street Bull

To educate fellow peers about the fundamentals of Wall Street and financial markets.

yearbook page

Students work in various positions to create the GHS yearbook, Compass. Compass maintains its own webpage and is an after school activity. Students use InDesign, Adobe Photoshop and iPhoto.

purple ribbon above the words stop violence written in chalk

In conjunction with the YWCA of Greenwich our mission is to spread awareness about teen dating violence, domestic abuse, healthy and unhealthy relationships. 

cartoon depiction of a donkey that is half blue with white stars and half red 

The Young Democrats Club of Greenwich High School seeks to engage students in politics and the political process while promoting democratic values. Students will be exposed to the world of local and national politics while gaining an understanding of the importance of their voice in their community.

An office meeting led by a woman

The goal of this club is to draw more women into the business world, a predominantly male industry.