|Anime Club||Wednesday at Lunch in Room 216|
Bring your artistic flair to life at each week in the art room.
|Tuesday afterschool in room 106. |
Starts in April.
|Late Spring afterschool in the Main Gym|
Want to become a millionaire...then this is the club for you. The Gleneagle Business Club is run by the students in association with Junior Achievement Canada. The program models what Canada's next generation of business leaders will be.
|Friday PM room 202|
|Christmas Craft Club|
Now entering its 8th year at Gleneagle.
|CYSN (Sustainability)||The last Thursday of every month from 4:00 to 5:30 in the library|
ebate club members worked on developing their rhetorical skills and argument strategies. They participated in several mock debates at school as well as tournaments in the lower mainland. Two students went on to compete in provincials at UBC.
|Wendesday after school in room 114|
Traditionally starts in April.
The Global Issues Club held lively, weekly discussions involving current injustices and inequities in various countries. For the community, they organized and collected non-perishable goods for the Christmas food drive. All goods were donated to the local chapter of SHARE.
|Meets every Wednesday at 8:15 in room 114.|
The environment is a prime concern of today's world. Help maintain our school's recycling program and school garden nearby and monitor Scott Creek and Trail system.
|Green Team Page|
Get your competitive streak on adn compete against other teams.
Japanese history, culture and language experienced through videos, games and activities presented by Japanese students here at Gleneagle.
|Tuesdays from 3:15 – 4:00 |
Is a student-run group that provides a safe place for any and all students to meet and learn about all different orientations, to support each other while working together to end homophobia and to raise awareness and promote equality for all human beings. In addition to being a group dedicated to support, it also strives to educate the surrounding areas and the community on different gender and equality issues. Ultimately, it is a good place to meet new people and find a home at Gleneagle
|Math Contest Club|
Come for improving your skills in writing national and international math contests of grade 9 to 12.
We hold annual Math Contest Award Night.
|Wednesday at 11:50 in room 208|
|Me2We Action Youth Team|
Change begins from change within yourself. Join the club that is responsible for building a school and water system in Ecuador and spreading education as the solution.
|Every Thursday at lunch in room 204|
Experience a world of acting by playing different roles and memorizing scripts.
|Model UN Club|
Join the award-winning Gleagle delegation in crushing private school intellectually, and learn international policies on a multitude of issues.
|Mountain Biking Club|
An opportunity in both Fall and Spring for students to learn and develop mountain biking skills. Students get to take full advantage of the amazing trails and single track right here in our backyards!
Started in 2007 when our school began having a common lunch hour, the Movie Club is a place for students to relax by watching a movie. The generous support of our PAC has resulted in the several upgrades for the Movie Club since its inception. See the films we have watched and more information on our Club Page.
|Movie Club Page||Everyday at lunch in room 111.|
Now entering its 3rd year, the multicultural club invites students from other ethnicities to participate in various activities. This is a great opportunity for our International population to get involved and make new friends.
|Meetings are on an “as needed basis” prior to events. Check us out on Facebook Groups at Gleneagle Multicultural Club 2014/15|
|Odyssey of the Mind|
Do you like to work with friends to solve problems creatively? Gather a team of up to seven students who wish to work together to solve spontaneous and long term problems. Your team will meet every week to work on the solution of long term problems. Together you will solve the problem and design a short play, complete with costumes, sets and props to present your solution. Teams will represent Gleneagle at the Provincial competition in the spring. Winning teams will go to World Finals to compete against students from all over the world. It is an experience you won’t want to miss. Talk to your friends, choose a problem and then sign up with Mrs. Vance in room 119! The deadline for signing up with Mrs. Vance is Friday, October 16th. The sooner you sign up, the longer you have to come up with the winning solution!
|Every Wednesday at 3:15 in room 119|
The Gleneagle Outdoor Club is open to all students. Students can join weekend adventures in activities, such as hiking, surfing, bicycling, skiing, snowshoeing, kayaking, and camping.
Whether you shoot with a DSLR or just your phone, learn more about photography and how to make your photographs more interesting.
|Thursday lunch time. Room TBA|
|Physics Olympics Team|
The Physics Olympics club team runs from late January to March for students in Physics 11/12 wishing to compete in the annual UBC Physics Olympics.
|Late January to March. After school in Portable 1.|
|Ping Pong||TBA in room 208|
The voting age may be 18, but sharing your ideas has no limit. Talk about issues that matter today, and confront politics in a classroom.
|Thursday at lunch in room 124|
|Rowing Club||Monday and Wednesday afterschool at Rocky Point Boathouse|
We are an easy-going running club aimed at increasing the fitness level of its members. We welcome any ability.
|Science Club||Friday at lunch in room 205|
|Ski & Snowboarding Club|
Whistler-Blackcomb was home to the 2010 Winter Olympics and is consistently rated as one of the top ski resorts in the world. Every year the Gleneagle Ski and Snowboard club makes several trips to Whistler in search of fresh powder and fun times on the slopes.
|Introductory meeting will be sometime in early October in Room 124|
|Slam Poetry Club||Monday at lunch in room 110|
|Speak-Up Public Speaking Club|
Facilitated by local Rocky Point Toastmaster, Steve Kim, this club helps students work on their public speaking skills.
Student Council strives to create a unique and safe learning environment where we honour the diversity of the community by empowering our students to think critically, act responsibly, advance technologically, and develop in a dynamic world. We are the voice of students.
|Tuesday at lunch in room 203|
|Table Tennis Club|
After Gleneagle experienced becoming the champion of BC two years ago, our school was approached by the Table Tennis Federation authorities to host the competition for 2013.
|Club Page||Friday 3:15-4:15|