GISH Clubs & Organizations


This section is for activities for students across the district, including all Grand Island Senior High activities. 

Academic Quiz Team and Science Bowl

Mrs. Amy Voss.

For students who enjoy Trivial Pursuit, Jeopardy and other games that rely on "trivial knowledge," or for those with a special interest in science.

FBLA

Mr. Scott Fox

FBLA promotes skills necessary for business success through activities, meetings, volunteer work and conferences.

LGBTSA

Laurie Hauschild

The Gay-Straight Alliance is open to all students at Senior High. The group strives to educate, inform and support students at GISH concerning aspects of gender identity.

HOSA

Daria Pierorazio

A national student organization which promotes career opportunities in health care. HOSA members participate in activities at local, state and national levels.

Islander/Purple & Gold

Mrs. Judy Lorenzen and Mrs. Marci Veach

The Islander is the school newspaper, published bi-weekly; the Purple and Gold is the GISH yearbook.

AFJROTC

Lt Col Don McQuown, MSgt Mike Evans

The AFJROTC experience goes far beyond the classroom study of aviation and leadership principles. AFJROTC will also strengthen your body through fitness and you'll give back to the local community by participating in community service projects. There are also elite student organizations within the AFJROTC: color guard, drill team, honor society and a model club. AFJROTC SITE

Key Club

Leah Dahlkoetter and Lauren Wilcox

The Key Club is affiliated with Kiwanis International service clubs; the group meets once per week to perform community service tasks and have an enjoyable time.

Multicultural Club

Ms. Alisa Grim

Students learn about and showcase their cultures as they engage in fun activities, special trips and service projects.

National Honor Society

Ms. Tara Baker 

NHS is an academic honorary. Students apply and are selected.

Robotics

Mr. John LeCompte

Get involved in a club that offers you opportunities to explore skills of the future. Students build, program and compete statewide with robots.

ROOTS AND SHOOTS

Mrs. Bridget Thurman

Organization through the Jane Goodall Institute.

SADD

Tara Nettifee

Students Against Destructive Decisions.

Skills USA

Mr. Brett Forsman

For students involved in Career and Tech Ed classes. The group participates in community service, social activities, professional meetings and state and national competitions. SkillsUSA site

Strength Training

Mr. John Swanson

Classes are offered during the day AND sessions are available after school.

Student Council

Kandi Young and Cally Macosko

Student leadership group. Elections are in the spring.

Student Wellness Center Advisory Board

Mrs. Caroline Jones

Students enhance the school environment by promoting unity and improving targeted aspects of student life.