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This club’s mission is rooted in a commitment to the rights, dignity, and well-being of every person on earth. Explore world issues, and you can make a difference.

Meeting Information: Tuesday (every other) after school Room 2121

Sponsor(s): Gerald Fogarty

Law Club

This club's mission is to educate GBS students about the profession of law and develop public speaking, research, and decision-making skills that will be useful when pursuing careers in the future. We will explore many different occupations that involve law, as well as engage in fun activities at every meeting. There will be professional speakers, student-led presentations, and discussions surrounding current court cases. Come to Law Club if you're interested!

Meeting Information: Tuesday (every other) before school Room 2183

Sponsor(s): Gwen Quigley

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Mock Trial Team

Are you interested in the law? Do you like playing a role? The GBS Mock Trial team competes with other schools in arguing a case in front of a judge, with students playing lawyers and witnesses. You will learn how to develop a strategy for a case, question and cross examine witnesses, and raise objections. We hope to attend the annual state tournament in Urbana in the spring. Come check us out!

Meeting Information: Wednesday (weekly) after school Room 2123

Sponsor(s): Gwen Quigley, Jeannie Logan


STAND for Peace

STAND is an organization dedicated to understanding and promoting Human Rights around the world. We seek opportunities to advocate for oppressed peoples at home and abroad.

Meeting Information: Thursday (weekly) after school Room 2113

Sponsor(s): Matthew Whipple, Daniel Rhoades

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Student Council & Class Board

The GBS Student Council is the epitome of involvement, from Homecoming to Canned Food Drive to Prom, to Spring Fling and everything in-between.  

Do you want to change a policy? Help plan a major event? Raise money for community causes? Any student is eligible to run for President, Vice President, or Representative of their class. Have some experience and want to go even higher up the ladder? Run for the Student Council Executive Board (President or Vice President).  If you don't have the time to be an elected official, you can still join in the fun. Come to the Class Board meetings to be part of the team

Meeting Information: Meeting days/times vary, but typically Student Council will meet during 3A on Gold days. However, it is not a requirement to have 3A Gold lunch

Sponsor(s): Mark Maranto, Julie Smith, Heather Chambers, Kelly Lowery, John Cowlin

Turning Point USA

Do you want to feel more confident about expressing your views? The Turning Point USA club is a place where students can discuss their beliefs with right-leaning people.  This is a great space to express your opinions, learn more about them, and most importantly have fun. 

Meeting Information: Wednesday (1st & 3rd of each month) after school Library Classroom (1229G)

Sponsor(s): Christopher Albandia

Young Democrats Club

The primary goal of this club is to make opportunities for progressive political action more accessible and attractive. We want to encourage civic engagement and promote progressive policies and candidates. We feel we could create an educational environment to discuss, debate, and learn about enacting policies to protect LGBTQ+ rights, invest in underprivileged communities, ensure universal health care, provide free college education, and implement many other progressive ideals in America. We hope to encourage students to campaign and/or vote for local, state, and national candidates who stand for our values.

Meeting Information: Wednesday (monthly) First Wednesday of each month before school Room 1159

Sponsor(s): Tara Tate

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