Clubs/Activities

  • No high school program would be complete without extracurricular activities. Students are encouraged to enrich themselves with additional knowledge and experience through participation in various student activities. Here are the activities offered at Grand Island High School:

      

    2016 - 2017 SCHOOL CLUBS & ADVISORS

    Art Club -  Cindy Wynne

    Cheerleaders - Brittany Stauffer, Amanda Mayville

    DECA -Cheryl Chamberlain

    Freshman Class - TBD

    Graduation Coordinator - Cheryl Chamberlain

    Junior Class - Rachael Grabek, Christina Podlucky

    Madrigals -   Jennifer Mernitz

    Masterminds - Carrie Earnst

    Mock Trial -  Michael Murray

    Musical Choreographer -  Amelia Scinta, Maggie Kennedy

    Musical Orchestra Director - Marty Allen

    Musical Producer - Marty Allen, Amelia Scinta

    Musical Vocal Director - Jennifer Mernitz

    Musical/Play Director - Maggie Kennedy

    National Honor Society -  Kevin Murray

    NFL - Student Advisory Council - Daneen Gallagher

    SADD - Melissa Kosmoski, Sara Silvestri

    Scholarship Coordinator -   Christina Kensy

    Senior Class -  Eric Cohoon, Sara Silvestri

    Solar Greenhouse - Jeffrey Green

    Sophomore Class - Amelia Scinta, Eileen Briceland

    Spotlighters -  Maggie Kennedy, Amelia Scinta

    Stage Band Jazz -   Marty Allen

    Stage Crew Director -  Mark Gorton

    Student Council - Dan Hager, Robert Simpson

    Technology - Carl Koppmann

    TV Production - Viking Vision - Mark Gorton

    Yearbook - Christopher Simpson


    GIHS Groups

    Casey's Corner -   Cheryl Chamberlain

    Character Council (FORCC)-   TBD

    Donate Life -  Lee Nowocien

    Envirothon -  Jeffrey Green

    Gay/Straight Alliance -  Ardeth Kasahara, Michelle Smilanich

    Inspired -  Annalea Masiello, Danielle Sweeney

    Interact Club -  Laura Briganti

    Vikingettes -   Cindy Wynne

     

    Academic Eligibility for Athletics and Extracurricular Activities

    In order to participate in athletic activities a student must be enrolled in five (5) courses and physical education. The Niagara Frontier League requires that all student-athletes pass four (4) subjects and physical education to compete in a sport. These credits and grades must be carried in the semester prior to the one in which he/she wishes to compete.

    Students ruled ineligible due to grades may re-establish eligibility at the end of the next 10-week marking period. All eligibility decisions are made by the building principal. NOTE: PARTICIPATION IN ANY EXTRACURRICULAR OR ATHLETIC ACTIVITY MAY BE DENIED BASED ON STUDENT'S GRADES, ATTENDANCE OR SCHOOL CITIZENSHIP.

     

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