National career and technical student organization that focuses on helping young men and women become leaders. Areas that we address include important personal, family, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. Members are able to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life.
Meetings every Friday during CAVE
Sponsor: Olivia Rodriguez
International Thespian Society - National Organization/Chapter
Meetings will be held the 1st & 4th Friday of the month during CAVE
Sponsor: Melody Morton
To engage students to enhance communication and critical thinking skills for argumentation and debate; to prepare for tournaments within and outside the LISD system. Upon qualification during competitions, membership and additional honor merits in the National Speech & Debate Association (NSDA).
Meetings are held Tuesdays in Orange/1406 from 4-5 pm
Sponsor: Jacquetta Thayer
The Locker educates and empowers youth, through Service Learning, to meet the needs of others in thier community, so that every child has a sense of normalcy.
Meetings are Friday during CAVE
Structured Student Section for supporting GHS groups at games, performances, etc. Intended to "set the example" of what a classy and fun student section should look like.
Sponsor: Dexter Redd
Fashion club was made for educational and artistic purposes and educate others about the world of fashion. Furthermore, to influence the students of Glenn High School to step out of their comfort zone and let them experience the world of fashion.
Meetings are held on Thursdays at 8 AM in room 2211.
Sponsor: Gen Marconette
Entrepreneur Club will give students the opportunity to interact with other students who have a similar business mindset. We will fus on gaining experience in entrepreneurship and marketing.
Sponsor: Daniel Nawrocki
The purpose of the organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in individuals.
Meetings are held last Friday of the month (Members have the option of attending before school or during CAVE) - Officers will also meet bimonthly (dates TBD) in Room 2309
Art Club will provide Glenn students with opportunities for more group and community-oriented art activities outside of class. Art Club will also have "studio nights" for students to work on personal art pieces. This will be useful for AP students to prepare portfolios and for students entering extracurricular competitions. Field trips to museums or other art-related activities will be organized for Art Club members.
Meetings are held each Monday after school in room 2104.