Club Sponsor(s) Location Brief Description Dates & Times
AFJROTC Bob Heim 5066 Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community, instill values of citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.
Art Club Christina Cooper 1114 Promote interest and knowledge in artistic endeavour and study of the visual arts. Thursday after school starting January 2019
Asian Culture Club Mutsumi Hazen 1604 Japan Club was created to increase Japanese cultural awareness, support diversity on our campus and to enjoy anime, music, and Japanese cuisine with others. Mondays 2:45-3:30
AVID Colleen Swanson, Katie Powell, Nicole Smith, Mark Sullivan, Jon Oldfield 2104
Band Ronald Andre 8600 Promote music education and performance in our community.
Baseball Bryan Scott  Promote and support Boys Baseball. 
Baseball Club Matt Gutierrez 1603 Promote the game of baseball and support the Tiger baseball program.
Basketball (Boys) Jay Caserio Athletic Office Promote the game of basketball and support the Tiger Boy's & Girl's Basketball programs.
Choir Club Marcy Spencer & Celine Durney 8101 Promote interest & musical excellence in the choral program
Clay Club Laura Kawa 1110 Provide students with the opportunity to explore the expressive medium of clay, through handbuilding, sculpting, and throwing on the potter's wheel. Thursdays from 2:30-3:30
Community Service Club Kate Fisher 1502 Provides service opportunities in our community and encourages students to volunteer and fundraise every other Tuesday
Cross Country (Boys/Girls) James Bracken Promote the Cross Country team and support the Tiger Cross Country program.
Culinary Club/ Hero FCCLA Sherrie Hinton 1102 Provide an opportunity for students to further their education by working and meeting with professionals in the food and hospitality industry .
Culture Club Geoffrey Baldwin This club is for the group of students that will be travelling internationally through Explorica and GHS.
Dance Dara Henning 4201 Provide an opportunity to perform for the community and emphasize an appreciation for the art of dance.
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) - TOYBOX Connie Rowley 1306 Promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education.
Fashion Club Sara Lazar 1106 Provide an opportunity for students to further their education with professionals in the fashion industry.
Future Educators/Educators Rising Diane Wright 1105 To provide students with an opportunity to explore teaching and gain a realistic understanding of the nature of education.
Future Farmers of America (FFA) Club Dennis Bushong, Ken Johnson, Bridget Goodner 5008 or 5006 FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership. It is one of the three components of agricultural education Biweekly on Tuesdays, 2:30-4 PM
Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) Robin Dodder Library or 1501 Our GSA aims to work toward a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity through education and community involvement. We provide social and emotional support to all members and welcomes straight allies, lesbian, gay, transgender persons, and questioning youth. Fridays from 2:45-4:00
Golf (Boys) Joseph Fraher  Promote and Support the Boys Golf Team.
Golf (Girls) Richard Swanson  Promote and Support the Girls Golf Team.
Goon Squad Sara Lazar 7000
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Mark Sherlock 4303
HERO FCCLA Sherrie Hinton 1105 Home Economics Related Occupations/Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Japan club Mutsumi Hazen 1604 Asian Culture Club is to educate the campus on Asian Culture, issues, encourage culture diversity and awareness through volunteerism, comminity involvement and participation. Every other Tuesday 2:45-3:30
Jokerfish  Angela Hines 8201  Jokerfish helps students learn improv skills and put improv and comedy into practice
 Every Wednesday
Math Club Meghan Gray An organization whose purpose is to stimulate the interest in math­ematics by promoting various mathematical activities.
Metals Club Shalei Webb 1112 Expose students to alternative processes in metal smithing that they would not normally experience in class. Thursdays 2:30-3:30
National History Honor Society Brendan Keyes 1904 Discuss Historic Problems and events in history 2nd and 4th Thursdays
National Honors Society Chrisa Florio The Hub Every 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. 7:05 and 2:35.
Orchestra Council Laura Reed 8401 Promote interest/teamwork in orchestra through community service, participation in schoolwide events, and social activities Most Mondays 2:30 - 3:30
Photo Club David Graham 1107 Develop further skills in the darkroom or in digital photo. Also, collaborate with the other visual arts. Thursdays 230-330
Psychology Club Natalie Johnson
Science National Honor Society Lynn Jergensen & Joan Gallegos 2107 SNHS is a prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America. 2nd and 4th Thursday
Skills USA Jonathan Strait
Soccer (Boys) Jeff Perry  Promote and Support Boys Soccer.
Speech and Debate Marissa Hart & Kaylee Peelen 1701 Mondays after school
Sports Medicine Club Mark Sherlock 4303 To provide opportunity for students to learn the basics in first aid, injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Student Council Sara Lazar 7000 Promote a spirit of cooperation among students and teachers, displaying constant high standards of personal behavior, encour­age scholastic achievement and outline procedures for an efficient and orderly governing body. M-F 5th Hour
Tennis (Boys) Richard Swanson  Promote and Support Boys Tennis.
Gilbert Theatre Ensemble Angela Hines 8201 GTE is dedicated to promoting personal growth and self-expression through Theatre
Once a month
Tiger Buddies Barb Streit & Camela Cooper To allow students with special needs to be active members in the school setting.
Tiger Crew Nicole Schubert To support Gilbert High Students with a focus on freshman
Tiger Town Christopher Mack The HUB The process of peers working with peers to create a positive envi­ronment and role models through developing leadership skills.
Tigers For Our Lives Brendan Keyes 1904 GHS Chapter of March For Our Lives Tuesdays
Track Mark Sullivan Track and field club provides opportunities for athletes to compete and train.
Tri-M Music honor society Laura Reed Orchestra Room Create enthusiasm, promote leadership and develop character through Music.
Yearbook Club Ellen Fluegel 1314 Create a yearbook by reporting accurate records of the students and major events at G.H.S.
Young Democratic Socialists of America (YDSA) Colleen Swanson 1702 We are students organizing to fight for the immediate needs of workers and students while building our capacity to fight for more radical and structural changes.
Youth Training Program (YTP) Marilee Ade & Marian Meyer 2307 Club sponsorships in support of Special Education students. 2xmonth/Weds./9am/1:30pm
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