2017-2018 Clubs

Glen Oaks Magnet is excited to announce the new (and old!) clubs for the 2017-2018 academic year!  This year all students will have the opportunity to participate in a club during the 2nd Wednesdays of the month.  On those days the school will be on an afternoon activity schedule.  There will be a variety of clubs:

African American History Club

Beautification Club

Birthday Club

Coding Club

Debate Club


Drama Club

Fashion Club

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (F.C.A.)

Finance Club

Fitness Club

HOSA-Future Health Professionals

Library/Book Club

Movie Club

Music Club

National Beta Club

Newspaper Club

Photography Club

Seniors Students Club

Student Government Association


Fall 2017 Club Highlights:

Our clubs have been very busy during the last few months, especially during the holiday season!  A few highlighs:

Movie Club Sponsors the 2017 Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest!

On Wednesday, December 13th the Movie Club sponsored an Ugly Sweater contest with both a faculty and student division.  A contest was held in which everyone voted online, with the winner winning a free lunch from a restaurant of their choice.  Which sweater/outfit would you have voted for?  (The photos above are a sample of those that were in the contest.)

Library Club Holds a Christmas Cookbook Party!

All types of books can be read, right?  During the month of November the members of the Library Club “read” cookbooks and then hosted themselves a holiday party using recipes that they had learned (along with a few other treats bought at the store.)  The members must have a sweet tooth since most of the food brought fell in the dessert category!  Students got cake cookbooks as their Christmas presents, and there is already a debate about hosting a cake party in the spring using the book’s recipes.

Crafting Club Members Get Wrapped Up in Christmas Wreaths!

Mrs. Brumfield is a self-proclaimed “Do-It-Yourself”er, and she spent the fall teaching her crafting members how to make Christmas wreaths.  The students bought their own supplies and created wreaths, which were then sold during the Christmas season for $20 a piece.  The club earned $3 per wreath, while the student got to keep the other $17 dollars.  Hopefully our students are learning not only projects that are fun but that could also become a potential income source later on down the road!