Extracurricular at Green Tech
Green Tech High is proud to offer a multitude of programs and clubs for students to participate in. From our victorious athletic programs to student and faculty run clubs, there is something for every student to find interest in. We have a very strong understanding of the importance of outside-the-classroom engagement for our students. These programs offer a space where students can explore their interests, develop new hobbies, and excel outside the academic realm as well as provide a positive social experience with their peers and faculty members. The students learn leadership skills, team building skills, and responsibility for things they care about. Check out the list of extracurricular Green Tech has to offer!
Anime club is a place for students to let their inner nerd show by being with others who are interested in Japanese animation or manga. We watch different genres of anime, have group debates over characters and shows, host art and writing contests for club and non-club members, as well as hold a trivia night at the end of each month.
Advisor: Ms. Webber | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Meets: Wednesday 4:14-5:45
Graphic and Industrial Design club
Advisor: Mr. MacTiernan | Email: email@example.com | Meets: Tuesday 4:00-6:00pm
E Sport Game Club
The games club allows students to be in a relaxed setting and enjoy themselves. It’s a perfect opportunity for the students to socialize with other students who have similar interests in gaming.
Marching Band, Drum Line, & Recording Studio
The marching band and drum line perform at various schools functions, sporting events and community events as well. Green Tech Recording Studio enables students to create and record their own original music with the use of professional equipment.
Advisor: TBD | Email:
Meets: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 4:15 and Friday at 2:00 pm
Advisor: Mr. Spencer | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |
Meets: In-School Elective & After School Practices
National Honor Society
To be inducted into the National Honor Society, students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher by their junior year; must complete an application process regarding the four pillars of the National Honor Society: Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character; Interview in front of teacher panel and club advisers. Students must maintain high academic standing, display amazing character, complete volunteer projects and try to be leaders in the classroom.
Advisor: Ms. Campbell | Email: email@example.com | Meets: TBA