CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Make the Most of Your Experience and Get Involved!
There are many clubs & organizations for students to get involved in! If a club you are interested in does not exist, we encourage you to start it!
For Current Students and Parents- Each club & organization will also have a group page available in the PlusPortals system, with current events and news. Once logged in, click on “groups” at the top of the page. You will then have a drop-down list of all groups of which your are a member and groups that are public (visible to all Portal users). To become a member of a group seek out the club or group and ask to be added to the group member list.
Mission: To actively live and promote the schools mission of forming Disciples of Christ. To plan, organize, and execute school and community events.
Mission: The FGR Ecology Club promotes environmental education and responsibility personally, and within the school community. The club also encourages practices consistent with sustainable living, including but not limited to: conservation of resources, waste reduction and recycling, pollution prevention, and projects that may help the school reduce its environmental impact.
For more information contact: Ms. Norris firstname.lastname@example.org
FGR Pro-Life Club
Mission: To take up the cause of the unborn and to work and pray for the sanctity of all human life.
For more information contact: Ms. Brown email@example.com
Mission: This club is dedicated to seeing the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches through a virtue-based formation program. SportsLeader focuses on four pillars: Virtue, Mentoring, Ceremony and Catholic Identity. Its aim is to provide a consistent structure and systematic instruction for youth to learn about the virtues so that they can form the habits and dispositions necessary to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. Our Motto is “Virtue = Strength”. Meetings will be held during the lunch periods.
At FGRHS, we believe in forming our students in mind, body, and spirit. Drama Club is dedicated to this formation by: Providing students with an opportunity to develop and use their God-given talents. Glorifying God through song and word. Examining and analyzing music and drama as a means to enrich our lives and our faith. Performing as Christians in a secular world.
For more information contact: Ms. K-M AnneKM@fgrhs.org
National Honor Society
Mission: Promote leadership, service and scholarship in the school and in the community. Join through invite/application only. 3.5 GPA, service projects, and tutoring hours required.
For more information contact: Mrs. Rivard firstname.lastname@example.org
FGR Robotics – The “Byting Irish”
Mission: The Byting Irish is a rookie FIRST Robotics team that provides students with the opportunity to build, wire, program, and drive a fully operational robot at regional FIRST competitions. Students at all grade levels with interests that vary from mechanical engineering to graphic design are welcome to join.
For more information contact: Mr. Burns email@example.com
Men’s Prayer Group
Mission: Pray together as men, and to talk about how things are going, especially in our walk with Jesus. We are committed to each doing 10 minutes of personal prayer every day and to doing at LEAST one act of charity or kindness at home (for our family especially). We also have snacks!For more information contact: Deacon Dave Lawrence DcnDLawrence@fgrhs.org
FGR Women’s Group
Mission: To come together as women to discuss our faith. We pray together and for each other. It’s a great time to grow through fellowship and sharing (snacks included)!
Meeting Times: Mondays at lunch in Campus Ministry Hallway
Mission: Forensics is an individual public speaking and address performance event. A student team is organized along the same lines as a track team, wherein students prepare to compete in one of nine public address or dramatic events, winning points for their team during a tournament, and receiving individual as well as team awards at the close of each event, building up to a chance to compete at the state tournament. Academic team letters are awarded to the students who qualify by meeting set criteria.
For more information contact: Ms. Fernandez firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Sportsmanship Council (SSC)
This club is by membership through an application process. While our whole FGR community is encourage to be part of building spirit and expected to display appropriate sportsmanship, members of this club work behind the scenes and on the front lines in order to achieve the following goals:
- Support, enhance, display and promote spirit and sportsmanship through a variety of activities to enhance our school culture and support all athletics teams.
- Identify specific characteristics associated with good sportsmanship and ensure students and community members comply with our expectations.
- Evaluate and update the sportsmanship plan for FGR.
For more information contact: Mickey Redmond email@example.com
The Lost Arts Club
Mission: To create a place for young women to find new ways to express themselves, learn new skills, and share ambitions through the conservation and preservation of the Lost Arts. This group seeks to build fellowship of like minded young women with a love-filled environment that is infused with Catholic friendship.
For more information contact: Ms. Kitz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: To learn about the world of business, and the different fields within. We do this in a variety of ways, such as participating in a stock market game which uses real world stock prices, listening to local men and women give their expertise about their personal career journey and information about their area of business, and touring nearby business schools to gain perspective as to some of the opportunities available for a business education.
For more information contact: Ms. Noble email@example.com
Making Art Club (M.A.C)
Mission: Father Gabriel Richard’s art club offers students a supportive environment to express their creativity. The club has weekly meetings during lunch in the art room to discuss club activities and to share current personal projects. Since many students interested in art find it difficult to find time to work on their talent, art club’s weekly meetings provide a dedicated time to improve on artistic skills. Members of the art club can expect to challenge their abilities and grow as an artist. The art club is open to all students at Father Gabriel Richard High School.
For more information contact: Mrs. Moss firstname.lastname@example.org
Casual Gaming Club
Mission: Our club is designed to be an after school period of relaxation in order to ease one’s mind and foster a sense of community in the school through playing various console games.
For more information contact: Mr. Sicree ASicree@fgrhs.org.
Mission: The Chess Club provides a fun, enriching, and peaceful environment for students to play or learn to play chess. A tournament style bracket system is used and strategy and tactics are discussed and learned. The club meets every Thursday during lunch.
For more information contact: Mr Smail email@example.com