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. Please see below for a listing of the activities offered at Grand Island High School.

    **PLEASE NOTE: Parents/guardians AND students must submit an Athletic and Extracurricular Agreement Form in order to participate in any of the following activities. Please fill out the form after you have reviewed the Athletic and Extracurricular Code of Conduct.


    Art Club — Mrs. Wynne
    A/V Tech Crew — Mr. Gorton
    Business and Marketing Honor Society — Mrs. Boutet
    DECA — Mrs. Chamberlain
    Donate Life — Mr. Nowocien
    Game Club — Mrs. Earnst, Mr. Keating-Miller
    Inspired — Mr. Sweeney
    Interact Club — Mrs. Wojciechowski
    Master Minds — Mrs. Earnst
    Mock Trial — Mr. M. Murray, Mr. Wales
    National Honor Society — Mrs. Boutet, Mrs. Grabek
    Niagara Frontier League Student Advisory Council — Ms. Wegrzyn
    Parent Teacher Student Association — Samantha Serafini
    Rugby — Mr. Hager
    Science Club — 
    Solar Greenhouse — Mr. Green, Mr. Fisher
    Spotlighters — Mrs. Kennedy
    Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) — Mrs. Kosmoski, Mr. R. Simpson
    Technology — Mr. Koppmann
    Venture yearbook — Mr. C. Simpson
    Viking Vision (TV Production) — Mr. Gorton
    Vikingettes — Mrs. Wynne

    Student Government
    Class of 2024 — Mrs. Kessel, Mrs. Camilleri
    Class of 2025 — Mrs. Digati, Mrs. Gallagher
    Class of 2026 — Mrs. Kosmoski, Ms. O’Rourke
    Student Council — Miss Rustowicz, Mr. Kaiser

    Music Department
    A capella jazz/pop — Mrs. Mernitz
    Dominant Force — Mrs. Mernitz
    Extracurricular Orchestra — Mr. Ells
    Jazz Ensemble — Mr. Reed
    Pep Band — Mr. Reed
    Pit Orchestra — Mr. Reed, Mr. Ells
    Madrigal Singers — Mrs. Mernitz
    Musical — Mrs. Boutet, Mrs. Chamberlain, Mr. Gorton, Mrs. Mernitz, Mr. Reed, Mrs. Scinta, Mrs. Tripi Rogers
    Women of Note — Mrs. Mernitz

    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.