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Student Activities Office

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Clubs meet during lunches or Tuesdays after school from 3pm-4:30pm. Please click here to view the 5 different routes for ActivityBusStops. Please note: Activity buses drop students off in general locations that are different than the 3pm buses. Activity buses do not operate the day before a holiday. 

**Please note that effective 9/14/22 there will NO LONGER be 4:30pm activity bus transportation due to the bus driver shortage. Anyone staying for an after school activity MUST provide their own transportation home.** Buses will still operate daily at 6pm, just not the day before a holiday.
 
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Art Club:

A safe place for students to meet and participate in various relaxing, interactive, creative activities depending on the group that attends. The group is open to do arts/crafts/karaoke/movies/knitting/ect. All are welcome to attend. Meeting schedule rotates on various days from 3-6pm in A208. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

B+ Club

Students unite in the fight vs childhood cancer and plan events to raise money for the B+ Foundation. B+ has planned events such as pajama day, talent show, powder puff game, dodge ball tournament, and hawk fest. 

 

BSU

The BSU promotes efforts to provide culturally diverse activities to engage students in understanding and supporting one another to realize we are more alike than different. 

Contact:[email protected]

 

Men and Money

This group serves as a safe space where the boys of St. Georges Tech can talk and learn from one another. Topics discussed vary of the group's interests at the time. 

Contact: [email protected]

 

Class Council for 2024

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers

Contact: [email protected] and [email protected]

Class Council for 2025

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers.

Contact: [email protected] and [email protected]

Class Council for 2026

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers.

Contact: [email protected] and [email protected]

Class Council for 2027

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers.

Contact: [email protected] and [email protected] 

 

Club 3:16

This is a group where students can come to express their beliefs and share in open, honest, and uplifting conversations about faith and fellowship. 

Contact: [email protected]

 

The FAM (Forever A Movement)

All students are welcome to join this group that aims to serve not just African American or minority students, but serves as a liaison to connect all groups in St. Georges Tech. It is a student led movement to provide a chance for students to have a safe space to interact with peers in a variety of affinity groups.

Contact:[email protected]

 

Film and Drama Club

Students work on creativity and teamwork skills to develop projects and create productions to share with peers. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

Gaming Club

This club is for any students who are interested in playing games in a social setting. Students can gather to interact and play video, board, or card games. Students meet every Tuesday in room A205/207. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

Guitar and Ukelele Club:

Students can bring their own instrument and play after school in a social setting. Meetings are Tuesday from 3-4:30pm in room A228. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

HOSA

Students in the Health Care Career areas can meet to prepare for state and national competitions. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

Leading Ladies Club

This group serves as a safe space for the ladies of St. Georges Tech to talk and discuss topics of their choice focusing on uniting with their similarities and learning and respecting their differences. 

Contact: [email protected]

 

LatinX Club

This is a group that promotes efforts to provide culturally diverse activities to engage students in understanding and supporting one another to realize we are more alike than different. 

Contact: [email protected]

 

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. Contact Person: [email protected] *Must be invited to join.

 

National Technical Honor Society

The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is an honor society for outstanding career and technical students of workforce vocational education institutions in the United States. Only seniors are eligible for NTHS, and submit applications during September of their senior year. Check out link for details: NTHS Info

Contact Person: [email protected] *Must apply and be accepted to join.

 

Pride Gen-Z

Group that wants to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for students to talk and interact and provide support for one another and show solidarity for the LGBTQ+ community. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

Rock Climbing Club

Students go to the rock climbing gym and participate in team building and physical rock climbing activities. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

SkillsUSA

Students in the Construction Trades and Consumer Services Career areas meet to practice and prepare for state and national competitions. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

UnLocke the Light: SL24 Student Organization

A student led organization to end the stigma around mental health issues and provide support for students who are struggling with depression. Contact Person: [email protected]

 

request

Want to plan an activity for your club? Complete an activity request HERE.

 

new club

We know from year to year the interests of our students change and we always welcome ideas for new clubs. If you are interested in starting a new club, please complete the attached Form, New-Club-Application, and submit to the Student Activities Coordinator, [email protected]. Please make sure that you elaborate on the purpose and details for your club. Students must indicate if they have already secured an adult to be in charge of the club, or if they are still looking for one. All clubs must align with the SG Core Values:

CORE VALUES: We Strive To….

  1. Be kind (always)
  2. Be positive (even in the face of adversity)
  3. Be supportive (of each other, our students, and our parents)
  4. Be innovative
  5. Be leaders with integrity