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Gleneagle Secondary School
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
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Clubs & Activities

In our continued commitment to the value of extracurricular activities, we offer several sponsored club and organizations that cater to our diverse student population and its need for social responsibility, individual interest, and even just plain fun stuff.

If a student wishes to start a club that is currently not offered, they may approach any Gleneagle teacher and ask them to sponsor the club.

  
Description
  
Backgammon
To teach how to play the game and to benefit from connection and communication during the game.
Business
To promote business literacy through educational events, business case competitions, and empowering opportunities for all youth.
Chinese Culture
To experience Chinese culture and activities, as well as increase knowledge about China.
Climate Change Awareness
To engage students in more school activities and to do more creative and artistic things.
Computer Science
Students will learn basic programming skills while preparing for Canadian Computer competitions.
Creative Painting
To explore new ways of painting, use different art materials.  Finally complete 1 - 5 works with themes and meaning.
Dancing
Welcome all students who love dancing and want to learn , share their passion, and experience for dance.  It's a place for students to dance and have fun as well as learn new dances.
Debate
To teach CNDF and other styles of debate, increase public speaking skills, and represent Gleneagle at tournaments.
Dungeons and Dragons
To immerse and teach students ways around D & D
Esports
To get like minded students involved in the ever growing realm of Esports.  Similar to traditional sports, students will develop strtegic thinking, team work, and many more skills.
Green
Promoting environmental stewardship
http://gleneaglegreen.team
GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance)
To create a safe and inclusive space for members of the LGBTQ community and allies.
Guitar
To improve our guitar skills
Improv
To train and improve improv skills in a fun and inclusive environment!
International Community
To help international students get involved in the community
Intramurals
Get your competitive streak on and compete against other teams.
Japanese
To learn about traditional and modern Japanese culture.  We introduce, share, and discuss Japanese cultural aspects.
K E Y
To fundraise for Thirst Project and giving others volunteering opportunities and help build leadership within ur community
Kickboxing
To learn, exercise, and have fun kickboxing
M U N
To bring the M U N community to the Gleneagle community and facilitate engaging debate and discussion, as well as attend conferences.  There may be a fee for conferences.
Math
To help students with their homework and provide extra material to improve their skills, and share information to ignite their interests in studying Math.
Math Contest
To provide students with the opportunity to practice and participate in various Math contests throughout the year.
Me to We
To raise awareness among our school community about global poverty - organize fundraisers to benefit communities across the world
Movie
Formed in 2007 when Gleneagle moved to a common lunch, students meet in room 111 to eat lunch and watch movies on our 12' screen in 5.1 surround sound. Over the years we have done various movie marathons including The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, and the Marvel cinematic universe.
Philosophy
To lengage in philosophical discussion on various topics
Photography
To explore and learn more about photography, plan a fieldtrip, and do photo competitions.
Physics
To prepare for science competitions and portake in competitions aiming to win.  There may be fees associated with competitions and transportation.
Poetry
To develop students poetry writing , explore aspects of spoken work (slam poetry), and compete at Hullabaloo.
Pollinator Project
Host community events to spread awareness and plant pollinators in community
Science
Students will have the opportunity to explore and discuss various experiments
Self-discipline
To make every club member more productive and form a community where club members are responsible for each others time management.  By the end of the year, members are going to imporve tremendously in productivity.
Student Council
Serving as a voice for the students and to raise school spirit by planning school wide events
Youth Alpha
"Is there more to life than this?"  Talking and answering about worlds biggest question.  A safe welcome environment where students can come to talk about big questions with a Christian aspect but completely open for everyone to enjoy.

Gleneagle Secondary School

1195 Lansdowne Drive, Coquitlam BC
V3B 7Y8
604-464-5793 604-937-8054 gleneagle@sd43.bc.ca
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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We acknowledge we are on the unceded core territory of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem)(Kwee-kwet-lem) First Nation and lies within the shared traditional territories of the Tsleil-Waututh(Slay-wa-tuth), Katzie(Kate-zee), xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish), Quay Quayt(Key-Kite) First Nation and Sto:lo Nation.