GU Clubs and Activities

Grant Union provides the opportunity for students to be involved beyond school and participate in many different clubs.


Future Business Leaders of America. This club is designed to introduce and prepare students for the competitive business world. Students pick from a variety of events and skills which they will compete in at a Regional, and then a State Competition.

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FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA was created in 1928 as Future Farmers of American: the name was changed in 1988 to the National FFA Organization to represent the growing diversity of agriculture. Today, almost half a million student members are engaged in a wide range of agricultural education activities, leading to over 300 career opportunities in the food, fiver, and natural, resources industry. Student's success remains the primary mission of FFA.

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The S.T.A.R.S. program: "Students Today Aren't Ready for Sex" is for younger middle school children, to teach the kids that having sex will not make you popular. Learn when to say no when you know that it is bad and against what you stand for.

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FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education in public and private school through grade 12.

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Science Club

Science club is a fun club for upperclassmen in an upper level science class. They usually go on two trips each year. The first trip is always a whitewater rafting trip. To pay for these trips the students do fundraisers throughout the year. The last trip is usually a weekend at the end of the school year for everyone who participated in the fundraisers.

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Spanish Club

The Spanish club is for 3rd or 4th year Spanish students who want the opportunity to participate in other activities outside of school. This year the Spanish club is going to Argentina to experience the culture and learn more about the Spanish language.

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The drama club's most important goal is to help each student become more confident and competent in acting and speaking before an audience. The by product of this goal is providing entertainment for the community that is appropriate for all audiences and offers drama students the opportunity to perform. Students must practice and learn the lines assigned, build the character that they portray, design and find costumes that enhance the character's portrayal, as well as help with the set preparation and design. These goals are met through performing monologues, dialogues, plays and sometimes musical numbers. Other pieces of the play production that students are expected to learn and help with are publicity, lights, and sound.

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