Clubs and Activities

All You Can Game Club

What is All You Can Game Club?

All You Can Game Club is an after school club where we will be playing different board and tabletop games such as Dungeons & Dragons, Settlers of Catan, Magic, Boss Monster, Risk, Chess, Clue, and many more. A great place to play your favorite games or learn some new ones. Join us for some friendly competition, play one of our games or bring your own.

Are there Dues?

No dues. Students and advisors can bring their own games.

Who do you see about All You Can Game Club?

Mr. Juengel and Ms. Quinn

Meeting Times?

We will meet on Thursdays from 3:30 pm until 5:00 pm in room 502.

Updated 9/7/22

Anime Club

What is Anime Club?

Join us as we watch and discuss different anime throughout the year!

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Anime Club?

Ms. Quinn

Meeting Times? Our first meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 7 at 3:40 pm in room 306!

Anime Club usually meets Wednesdays, 3:40 pm-4:15 pm in room 306.

Updated 9/1/22

Art Club

What is Art Club?

The purpose of Art Club is to give people an opportunity to make art outside of a classroom setting. People can experiment, create and problem solve freely using many types of media in an environment which supports their exploration.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Art Club?

Ms. Moore

Meeting Times? Our first meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 13. We will meet in Greenhouse 5 from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm.

Art Club meets weekly on Tuesday afternoons, right after school 3:30-4:45 in Greenhouse 5.

Updated 9/12/22

Battle of the Books

What is Battle of the Books?

The purpose of Battle of the Books is to give people who love to read a chance to talk about books and participate in a competition against other Central Ohio schools.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Battle of the Books?

Mrs. Wise

Meeting Times?

There are no regularly scheduled meetings, but we will meet several times throughout the year based on the availability of the team members.

Updated 8/29/22

Black Inclusion and Empowerment

What is Black Inclusion and Empowerment?

The Black Inclusion and Empowerment at Grove City High School is a predominantly African American organization, (that is open to ANYONE) that seeks to promote cultural and political awareness of issues impacting the Black Community within our school and around the world.

Our mission is to create a socially conscious body of students that address issues pertinent to African-Americans and other people of color in our school and around the world.

Are there Dues?

No dues.

Who do you see about Black Inclusion and Empowerment?

Ms. Gilbert or Ms. Bing

Meeting Times?

We meet Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:30p.m. in the ERC.

Updated 9/2/22

Chess Club

What is Chess Club?

Chess Club at Grove City High School offers a variety of opportunities of play for beginners to advanced players to come and enjoy playing the game of chess. Learn how to play the game or come enjoy a competitive round with our more advanced players. No experience required!

Are there Dues?

No there are currently no dues for Chess Club.

Who do you see about Chess Club?

Miss Harmeyer

Meeting Times? Our first meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 14. We will meet in room 709, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

Updated 8/29/22

Computer Programming Club

What is Computer Programming Club?

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Computer Programming Club?

Mr. Freeman

Meeting Times? Our first meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 14. We will meet in room 302 at 3:30 p.m.

Students will decide on meeting day at the first meeting. Meeting day options are Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Updated 9/12/22

Cycling Club

What is Cycling Club? Cycling club is a club for anyone interested in bike riding. We will discuss safety, maintenance, and, best of all, ride!

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Cycling Club?

Mr. Eschbach

Meeting Times?

We don't ride until the spring. We will ride once a week, but we won't pick a day until we get closer to spring. There is a google classroom; the join code is jtfdsgi

Updated 9/6/22

Dawgs for Christ

What is Dawgs for Christ?

Dawgs For Christ is the same as Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A club that requires you to be involved in at least 3 community service opportunities. We eat breakfast together at 7:15 am and then listen to volunteers present a motivational message.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Dawgs for Christ?

Mrs. Conti

Meeting Times? Our first meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 22.

Thursday mornings at 7:15 am in the auditorium.

Updated 8/29/22

What is Drama Club?

Drama Club offers an opportunity for students, no matter their experience level, to learn and explore theatrical arts in a safe, educational environment. Students can be onstage or behind the scenes to help us create two productions a year for our community.

Are there Dues?

There is no fee to participate in Drama Club. There are fees associated with being in a production.

Who do you see about Drama Club?

Mrs. McConnell

Meeting Times?

Typically, our meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 3:30-4:30pm in the auditorium.

Updated 9/6/22

Environmental Club

What is Environmental Club?

We are a club that is concerned about the current condition of the environment and are attempting to raise awareness about environmental issues by educating the students at GCHS. We are interested in researching current environmental issues and exploring methods to remediate damage that has occurred and lessen future negative impacts on the environment.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Environmental Club?

Mrs. Nicol

Meeting Times?

The first Environmental Club meeting is Thursday, Sept. 15 in room 402 from 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm. We will meet regularly on the third Thursday of every month. All are welcome!

Updated 9/2/22

French Club

What is French Club?

We explore the French language and culture!

Are there Dues?

Yes, $10. They help pay for food and activities for each meeting.

Who do you see about French Club?

Ms. Knuth

Meeting Times? Our first meeting is Tuesday, September 13th. We will be meeting in room 1004 from 3:30 pm until 4:30 pm!

We meet once a month, normally on Tuesdays! Listen for the specific dates on the morning announcements.

Updated 9/6/22

German Club and German Exchange

What is German Club?

We promote the German language and culture through fun activities, food, music, and games.

What is German Exchange?

The longest running German exchange in the USA, Grove City High School and Max-Planck Gymnasium have hosted visiting students for 35 years. Every year in the spring we host students from Heidenheim, Germany for 3 weeks, and over the summer, Grove City students travel to Germany to stay with their host families for 3 weeks. This great experience creates friendships that last a lifetime and memories that will never be forgotten.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about German Club and German Exchange?

Mr. Reeves

Do I need to take German to come to German Club?

Everyone is welcome in German Club! Whether you are enrolled in a German course here at GCHS, curious about German culture or just looking for something fun to do after school, stop on by!

Meeting Times?

Officer meetings are once a month. Regular meetings are 1-2 times a month. We meet after school in room 902. Meeting day will change based on member extra-curricular activities.

Updated 9/2/22

In the Know

What is In the Know?

The purpose of In the Know is to gain and demonstrate general knowledge trivia.

Are there Dues?


The dues are $10 and are used to pay for the league entrance fee/questions for the year.

Who do you see about In the Know?

Mrs. O'Hanlon

Meeting Times?

Please join our first informational meeting on Wednesday, September 7th, at 3:30 in room 702!

Wednesday, 3:30 in room 702

Updated 8/30/22

Key Club

What is Key Club?

We are a student-led club that provides service learning to our school and community. We also build leadership and fellowship among our members.

Are there Dues?

Yes. It is $10 which goes to our parent organization, Key Club International.

Who do you see about Key Club?

Ms. Thomas

Meeting Times? Our first meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 7th at 3:30 pm in the ERC.

We meet every Wednesday after school in the ERC.

Updated 9/2/22

Mock Trial

What is Mock Trial?

Students will learn about the legal process and will use acting and public speaking skills. Students take on the roles of attorneys and witnesses and compete with other area high school teams. We are given a case to work with and have the expertise of a cooperating attorney. Competitions are in late January and February. Students will have to wear business attire while in court.

Are there dues?


Who is the advisor?

Mrs. Loar

When are the meetings?

Every Friday after school from the end of September through February. Meetings usually run from 3:30-4:30 in room 1002. Students are also encouraged to work in small groups on their own time.

Updated 8/29/22

Morning Mindfulness

What is Morning Mindfulness?

School can be stressful! Morning Mindfulness is here to help you focus your mind and energize your body!

Are there dues?


Who is the advisor?

Mr. Garriga, Ms, Knuth and Mrs. Schulter

When are the meetings? Our first meeting is Wednesday, Sept. 14th, at 7:25 am in room 1004.

We will meet every Wednesday at 7:25 a.m. in room 1004.
Updated 9/2/22

National Honor Society (NHS)

Membership Requirements

Outstanding academic achievement allows you to be considered for induction into the National Honor Society. Selection for membership is a privilege granted to those who stand above their peers in scholarship, leadership, character and service to the school and community. NHS is considered to be an active club and each member must be involved in a personal community project as well as the club activities of a community and school service project, fundraising and monthly meetings. To be eligible for membership the candidate must be a member of the junior or senior class and have been in attendance at the school the equivalent of one semester.

Students wishing to be considered for membership into the Grove City High School National Honor Society will need to demonstrate outstanding performance in ALL four criteria of NHS – scholarship, leadership, service (school and community) and character.

Scholarship: based on academic average of 3.75 (weighted – no rounding) or higher.

Leadership: may include elected positions but also can include classroom, athletic, and community recognition as well.

Service: actions undertaken by the student which are done with or on behalf of others without any direct financial or material compensation. Consistent community service to an organization is preferred but a variety of experiences with a substantial time commitment would also be considered. Students need to show a connection to the school by being a fully functioning member in a variety (non-related) GCHS school activities over their high school careers. More emphasis is given to the year of application.

Character: use of a multifaceted definition of character known as the Six Pillars of Character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship will be reviewed through faculty/sponsor recommendation forms and no school discipline issues.

The selection of each member to the chapter shall be by a majority vote of the Faculty Council.

Who are the advisors?

Mrs. Jacob and Mrs. Tepe

Updated 9/6/22


What is POLICE Club? POLICE Club was starting to introduce students to the Law Enforcement community. This club is for all students and not just the ones who are interested in a future law enforcement career. If you want to learn more about why police officers do what they do please stop by our monthly meeting!

Are there Dues?


Who is the advisor?

Officer Petty

Meeting Times?

Once a month on Mondays in room 303. The first meeting will be Monday, 9/13/21 at 3:30.

Updated 9/8/21

ROX (Ruling Our eXperiences)

What is ROX (Ruling Our eXperiences)?

Ruling Our eXperiences (ROX) is a national non-profit leader in programming, research and education focused on girls. The vision of ROX is to create generations of confident girls who can control their own relationships, experiences and decisions. Visit or see one of the advisors for more information!

Who is the advisor?

Mrs. Williams, Ms. Jessica Wilson & Miss O'Hara

Updated 8/29/22

Ski and Snowboard Club

What is Ski Club?

The Grove City High School Ski & Snowboard Club goes on a variety of in-state and out of state trips in the winter to Mad River Mountain, Seven Springs, Holiday Valley, Snow Trails, Perfect North, and Keystone. You can do as much or as little as you like. Information about all of these trips is provided at the pre-season meeting. Students should contact Mr. Troy Fleischman via email ( or in room 205 before school if they have questions.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about Ski Club?

Mr. Fleischman

Meeting Times?

Our annual meeting date and time is TBD, and will be announced over the school announcements in advance.

Updated 8/29/22


What is the purpose of SLAM (Literary Magazine)?

SLAM (Student Literary Arts Magazine) meets a few times a month to improve our craft as writers. We also work to publish the school literary magazine in the spring.

Are there Dues?


Who do you see?

Mrs. Parker

When are SLAM meetings?

Typically every other Thursday at 3:30 in room 806. Consult Mrs. Parker or see the bulletin board in the ERC-D for updated information!

Updated 9/1/22

Spanish Club

What is Spanish Club ?

The purpose of Spanish club is to learn more about the Hispanic culture and to appreciate different communities, languages and cultural practices.

Are there student Dues?

Yes - $10

Who is the Adviser?

Señora Oyewale

Meeting Times? Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with us on Thursday, 9/15/22, 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm!

We meet once a month after school at 3:30 p.m. Our first meeting is September 15 in the ERCC.

Updated 9/2/22

Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA) Club

What is SAGA Club?

Welcome to Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA). We are a student organization that is open to all LGBTQ+ identified individuals and allies. New members are welcome to attend at any point in the semester and offer feedback as to what types of LGBTQIA+ events they would like to see on campus!

Are there Dues?


Who do you see about SAGA Club?

Mrs. Huygen and Ms. Mayle

Meeting Times?

We meet every other week on Thursdays, 3:30 - 4:30 in room 203.

Updated 8/29/22

Student Council

What is Student Council?

Student Council is an educational instrument designed to provide actual learning experiences in leadership and opportunities for practice in the qualities of good citizenship necessary for the effective membership in a democratic society.

Are there dues?

Yes. $10

Who are the Advisers?

Ms. O'Hara and Mr. Crabtree

Meeting Times/ Day:

Student Council 2022-2023

Fall Meeting & Event Schedule

Wed, Aug. 31 1st Per Full Council Meeting

Wed, Sept 7 3rd Per Full Council Meeting

Fri, Sept 9 2nd Per Central Crossing Pep Rally (TBD)

Wed, Sept. 14 1st Per Full Council Meeting

Wed, Sept 21 3rd Per Full Council Meeting

Sun, Sept 25 All Day Leadership at the Island (Kings Island)

Sept 26-30 All Day Spirit Week

Sept 26-30 Lunch Periods Homecoming Ticket Sales

Fri, Sept 30 6:45 PM Homecoming Ceremony

Sat, Oct 1 7 PM Homecoming Dance (Convention Center)

Oct 3-7 Google Classroom Freshman Elections

Wed, Oct 19 1st Per Full Council Meeting

Mon, Oct 24 All Day Red Cross Bloodmobile (Rec Center)

Nov. 5-6 (Sat-Sun) OASL Fall Retreat

Wed, Nov 9 3rd Per Full Council Meeting

Nov 13-14 (Sat-Sun) OASL Fall Retreat

Wed, Nov 30 1st period Full Council Meeting

Sat, Dec 3 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM Drive Thru Canned Food Drive

Dec. 8-16 Advisory Challenge Canned Food Drive/Service Project (TBD)

Sat, Dec 3 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM Drive Thru Canned Food Drive

Council members should check in with teachers, get assignments, and take tests and quizzes before reporting to the meetings.

Updated 8/29/22

Travel Club

Basic itinerary includes airfare, lodging, 2 meals plus all entry fees. Buckingham Palace, Picadilly Circus London, Warner Brothers Studio Tour of the making of Harry Potter. High speed ferry trip, Normandy and surrounding area, various chateau’s, ½ day cooking school, the Louvre, and Eiffel Tower at night. See an advisor for full trip packet and info. Eighth grade through eleventh graders may attend.

Advisors: Dr. Nelson, Andrea Knuth, Tracy Loar and Kyle McDowell

Current trip: England and France June 12th -20th 2024 (Board Approved).

Cost of trip to be paid by parents and students.

Parent trip meeting September 26 at 6:30 pm.

All may join, but required to follow school rules on trips.

Contact for full details.

Updated 8/29/22