Middle School Clubs Every other Tuesday morning from 8:00-8:25 a.m., students have the opportunity to participate in a club sponsored by a Middle School teacher. Clubs run for one semester and then a new enrollment takes place for second semester. Clubs are comprised of students in all three grades.
Forum Forum is the Middle School student leadership group, comprised of various elected/appointed student leaders in the Middle School. This group meets for the whole year, and students must hold a leadership position to be part of this group. Forum advises the Head and Dean on various issues affecting the Middle School and coordinates various service and outreach projects affecting the Middle School and GFS community.
Improv Club Improvisation is the art of "making it up as you go along." The Improv Club plays improvisational theater games that encourages students to make up characters, situations, and settings on the spot.
Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) Club members bring a book, and the group reads in silence.
Art Club Art Club explores areas of Arts and Crafts, which may include weaving, sewing, knitting, wood working—whatever the club decides to pursue.
Jumping For Jacks Students play jacks and/or jump rope for fun and relaxation.
Green Club The Middle School's environmental club, the Green Club, plans events, fundraisers, and projects to make the Middle School even greener.
Paws and Claws Club This Club learns about different wildlife species through nature walks, videos, crafts, and guest speakers from Irvine Nature Center.
Cooking Students learn to prepare quick, simple, and tasty recipes.
Yoga During Yoga Club, mornings become a time of relaxation using mind/body exercise. Students learn basic poses and breathing techniques.
Dance Dance Club explores basic choreography, creative movement, and self-expression through dance and music.
Gym Games Students enjoy favorite childhood games such as four-square, kickball, jump rope, and other low organization/high fun games.
Knitting Beginner and experienced knitters alike enjoy time to work on their own or group projects.
Chrysalis: Literary Arts Magazine
Students create an annual publication featuring poetry, short stories, essays, and artwork.