Get Involved

Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

  • Creative Writing/Cartooning/Illustration Club

    Learn how to improve your craft in writing, cartooning, and illustration.

    Sponsor: Mr. Kondaki

    Meetings: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month

    Location: Room 1937

    Time: 3:50-4:50pm

  • Chess Club

    Learn the basics of chess and compete against other students.

    Sponsor: Mr. Kondaki

    Meetings: 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month

    Location: Room 1937

    Time: 3:50pm-4:50pm

  • Crochet Club

    Crochet Club:
    Description: Loop, there it is! Learn and practice a practical skill involving yarn. Beginners are welcome! Experienced crocheters can share what they know or just relax while they have uninterrupted yarn time. Bring a skein of yarn and your own hook, or share what we have available. Crocheting can lead to improving fine motor skills. With enough practice, students can create anything from bracelets to blankets and stuffed animals.

    Sponsor: Ms. Montero

    Location: Room 421

    Time: every Tuesday, 3:55-4:50pm

  • Junior Honor Society (BCJHS)

    important upcoming events for jhs members

    If you or your parent have not filled out the contact form on this link, please do so now so that I have your contact information. 

    To become a member of JHS, a student must have a minimum of 3.75 GPA during the previous school year (6th or 7th grade), and then they must complete an application. The application process includes teacher recommendations, an essay on what character traits a student possesses and how those traits can serve our school and community, and a list of extra-curricular/leadership positions the student has participated in/held.

    Sponsor: Ms. Orbesen

    Meetings: First Wednesday of every month

    Location: Media Center

    Time: 4:00pm- 5:00pm

  • Best Buddies

    Best Buddies is an organization that fosters one-on-one bonds, with friendships matching ID students and mainstream students. The program helps enhance social communication between buddies and provides opportunities for friendship, leadership, and development. All activities take place on school campus, during school hours. 

    Sponsor: Ms. Collins

    Meetings: TBD

    Location: TBD

    Times:  TBD

  • Cooking Club

    The FGMS Cooking Club is the perfect place for students to learn how to cook or to hone existing skills. Our goal is to learn recipes and techniques, basic cooking, and baking skills, try new foods and develop healthy eating habits.

    Sponsor: Dr. McLean

    Meetings: Every other Wednesday, starts on October 11th

    Location: Room 705

    Time: 4:00-5:15pm

    Dues: $10

  • First Priority (Believers United)

    This is a Christian club to get students together to create a community and build relationships. Our goal is to spread kindness and love to our community on campus and make it a better place. All students, regardless of beliefs, are welcome to join and be cared for. 

    Sponsor: Ms. Sherlock
    Meetings: TBD
    Location: TBD
    Time: TBD

  • Debate Club

    Sponsor: Ms. Montero

    Location: TBD


    Let your voice be heard by joining the Speech and Debate team! If you enjoy writing, performing, thinking one step ahead of the crowd, or just putting a smile on the faces of an audience, then the Speech and Debate team is for you. Together, we discuss real-world issues while practicing important presentation skills that can help make you better students, better college candidates, and better citizens. Come take part in our competitive traveling team and learn how your words can impact a community to change for the better! 

  • Divas of Today & Tomorrow

    DIVAS is a girls mentoring program that involves building confidence through empowerment, learning etiquette, developing strong leaders, and community service.

    Sponsor: Ms. Logan

    Meetings: TBD

    Location: TBD

    Time: TBD

  • Garden Club

    Come get your hands a little dirty and grow vegetables, herbs, and fruits. We want to bring more beauty to our campus and learn as we do this. 

    Sponsor: Ms. Greenberg

    Meetings: every Tuesday

    Location: Room 903

    Time: 4:00-5:00pm

  • Student Government Association (S.G.A.)

    SGA serves as the voice of the students. We discuss events, activities, and fundraisers held throughout the year.

    Sponsor: Dr. Zoeller

    Meeting days: First or second Thursday of every month

    Meeting dates: 9/7, 10/5, 11/9, 12/14, 1/18, 2/8, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2, 6/6

    Location: Room 223 Chorus

    Meeting time: 4:00pm- 5:00pm