The Worship Band is a team of students who desire to use their musical talents.
Students Co-curricular Activities
Grace Brethren students are doers. Each and every day we offer endless opportunities to learn, have fun and develop character in unique ways. We encourage our students to participate in co-curricular activities. These offerings are a vital part of our growing, learning philosophy.
Our clubs range from the academic to the artistic to the social, offering the students many opportunities to explore new interests and step outside of their comfort zones. With so many offerings we believe students will discover their unique talents, make new friends and do things you never thought possible by joining one or two or three of these offerings!
While all the clubs listed below may not be offered currently, contact the school office for current club listings or for joining a club.
The Spikeball Club meets on Fridays at lunch.
To be eligible for extra-curricular activities, students must be in attendance at least 50% of the day of the activity.
Students are required to have a 2.0 or above cumulative GPA to graduate from GBS. If a student’s semester GPA falls below 2.0 at the end of any grading period, the student will be placed on Academic Probation for the following grading period.
GIM is a full dance program offered after school on each of our three campuses.
This club was initiated by female senior students who wanted to
The International Thespian Society encourages and supports students involved in all aspects of high school theatre.
The Spanish National Honor Society focuses on excellence in learning the Spanish language as well as in teaching the next generation of students.
The Spacecraft Club will be launching a satellite (cubesat) into orbit in the coming years.
Robotics is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robotics. There are opportunities in both applied and competitive robotics.
NHS is a club recognizing students who excel in scholarship, leadership, service and character.
As a member of Mock Trial, students prepare arguments for cases, question witnesses and present evidence in a court of law.
This is a great opportunity for junior high students to develop leadership and service skills.
Interact Club gives students the opportunity to make a difference on campus, in their community, and around the world.
CSF is an academic club that recognizes the academic achievement of high school students each semester.
CJSF is an academic club that recognizes the academic achievement of our junior high students each semester.
The GBHS Student Leadership is an opportunity for students to flourish in the leadership and service skills.