Competitive Teams

Competitive Teams

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Bass Fishing Team


Meeting Information: M/T/W/Th/F After School Room 194 or outside, weather permitting
This club/team is for students who would like to learn about fishing as well as enhance their current skills through field trips and competitions. All experience levels are welcome! We have weekly club meetings and go fishing when the weather permits. We also have a team aspect for students who are serious about competing in tournaments and through the IHSA.
This club/team is for students who would like to learn about fishing as well as enhance their current skills through field trips and competitions. All experience levels are welcome! We have weekly club meetings and go fishing when the weather permits. We also have a team aspect for students who are serious about competing in tournaments and through the IHSA.

Chess Team


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Meeting Information: M/T/W/Th/F After School Room 678 (back of IMC)
Chess is a game that promotes critical thinking skills while teaching students to accept the consequences of their decisions in a competitive yet social environment. Opportunities exist not only for casual play, but also for competition against other high school teams in the state.
Chess is a game that promotes critical thinking skills while teaching students to accept the consequences of their decisions in a competitive yet social environment. Opportunities exist not only for casual play, but also for competition against other high school teams in the state.

Debate Team


Meeting Information: M/T/W/Th/F (weekly) Co-curricular activity Room 119/120
Debate is a nationally ranked competitive forum for students interested in learning more about public policy and social justice. We compete in both policy and Congressional debate. Students must be enrolled in one of our debate classes in order to participate.
Debate is a nationally ranked competitive forum for students interested in learning more about public policy and social justice. We compete in both policy and Congressional debate. Students must be enrolled in one of our debate classes in order to participate.

Horticulture Team


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Meeting Information: Thursdays (weekly) After school Room 362 and/or outdoors
Horticulture Team is a competitive academic team that focuses on the care, identification and culture of plants! We compete on the state and national level. We study many aspects of Horticulture including Floriculture, Greenhouse Management, Greenhouse Production, Installation, Arboriculture.
Horticulture Team is a competitive academic team that focuses on the care, identification and culture of plants! We compete on the state and national level. We study many aspects of Horticulture including Floriculture, Greenhouse Management, Greenhouse Production, Installation, Arboriculture.

Math Team


Meeting Information: Thursdays (weekly) After School Room 448
Math Team provides an opportunity for strong math students to compete in intramural and interscholastic math contests.
Math Team provides an opportunity for strong math students to compete in intramural and interscholastic math contests.

Mock Trial Team


Meeting Information: Wednesdays (weekly) After School Room 153
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!
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!

Model United Nations


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Meeting Information: Tuesdays (weekly) After School via Zoom Wednesdays (weekly) Before School SAC or Zoom
Model U.N. is a competitive team that travels across the country. In Model U.N., students represent a person or country and engage in diplomatic debate with other students in order to create solutions to our world's greatest problems. This unique program offers students the opportunity to learn public speaking, research, and leadership skills, while also making lifelong friends.
Model U.N. is a competitive team that travels across the country. In Model U.N., students represent a person or country and engage in diplomatic debate with other students in order to create solutions to our world's greatest problems. This unique program offers students the opportunity to learn public speaking, research, and leadership skills, while also making lifelong friends.

Science Olympiad Team


Meeting Information: Wednesdays (weekly) After School Room 304
Science Olympiad members compete in 23 team events which address topics such as: nature of genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Members work together to prepare, build and compete.
Science Olympiad members compete in 23 team events which address topics such as: nature of genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Members work together to prepare, build and compete.

Speech Team


Meeting Information: M/T/W/Th/F (weekly) After school Room 240 (ARC)
Fourteen varied Speech/Acting events are available for the student interested in becoming a Speech Team member. Students audition and compete in one or more events against other schools. Speech/Acting events include: Dramatic/Humorous scenes and Interpretation, Poetry and Prose Reading, Original Comedy, Radio Speaking, Extemporaneous and Impromptu Speaking, Oratory/Informative/Special Occasion Speaking and Declamation. Speech tournaments are held on Saturdays from November to February at various high schools and coaching is arranged with the coach after school. The season ends with the IHSA State series competition.
Fourteen varied Speech/Acting events are available for the student interested in becoming a Speech Team member. Students audition and compete in one or more events against other schools. Speech/Acting events include: Dramatic/Humorous scenes and Interpretation, Poetry and Prose Reading, Original Comedy, Radio Speaking, Extemporaneous and Impromptu Speaking, Oratory/Informative/Special Occasion Speaking and Declamation. Speech tournaments are held on Saturdays from November to February at various high schools and coaching is arranged with the coach after school. The season ends with the IHSA State series competition.

Titan Poms


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Meeting Information: T/W/Th/F (weekly) After School Outside or Fieldhouse
The Titan Poms are the competitive dance team at Glenbrook South High School. We perform at all home football and basketball games, as well as compete on a state and nationwide level.
The Titan Poms are the competitive dance team at Glenbrook South High School. We perform at all home football and basketball games, as well as compete on a state and nationwide level.