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Activities and Leadership Opportunities

Grandview High School is committed to providing a varied and engaging student activities program.  In addition, students have multiple opportunities to exercise leadership in both formal and informal venues.  We have over 40 clubs and many co-curricular activities.  Our activities program is made possible by a group of dedicated faculty and staff who put in long hours and share an amazing variety of talents with our students.


Starting a Club

New clubs may be started if a group of (at least 10) students have an interest and an adult sponsor is willing to supervise.  Individual competitive sports are not considered clubs.  The student leader of the organization needs to come to the Activities Office to pick up a New Club Formation Process Packet.


Alison Beaird

Activities Director



# CHSAA Regulated


Anime Club

The Grandview Anime Club is an organization founded for the enjoyment of Anime and Asian pop-culture. Members will explore foreign cultures through movies and music. This forum gives students a place to come to learn about anime and to be exposed to the constructive side of this art form.

Meets:  Wednesdays 3:30-4:30pm, U108

Sponsor:  Liz Burkle ext. 66819


Activities Council

The Activities Council is an organization made up of representatives from each of the registered clubs here at Grandview.  It is a place for student leaders to meet, work together, and to share knowledge with the student body president.  Its primary mission is to promote student awareness of and participation in Grandview Clubs and Activities.

Meets:  By Invitation

Sponsor:  Alison Beaird ext. 66533 – Office L400D


Astronomy Club

This club will allow those with similar interests in astronomy to share, collaborate and expand their knowledge with each other in a fun and active environment.

Meets:  B Day Mondays 3:30-4:15pm, L303

Sponsor:  A. Colleen Campos ext. 66563


Athletic Council

Meets:  By Invitation

Sponsor:  Wes Smock ext. 66530 - Office L400B


*# Band Ensembles

Band students have the opportunity to earn a letter, perform in festivals and concerts, and travel.


Concert Band is open to any student who has previous band experience.

Meets:  During 2B, U610


Symphonic Band* (by audition only) - This a select group of band students.  They perform a variety of music in major performances a Grandview and additional outside events throughout the year.

Meets:  During 1B, U610


Wind Ensemble* (by audition only) - Wind Ensemble is a select group of wind and percussion.  They perform a variety of music at Grandview and additional outside events throughout the year.

Meets:  During 4B, U610


Jazz Ensemble II* (by audition only) - The Jazz Ensemble is a group of students who play wind instruments supported by a rhythm section that performs jazz, rock, and Latin music from various historical periods.

Meets:  During 3A, U610


Jazz Ensemble I* (by audition only) - This Jazz Band is the most advanced at Grandview, it is comprised of a small group of students who play wind instruments supported by a rhythm section that performs jazz, rock and Latin music from various historical periods.

Meets:  During 2A, U610


Wolf Pride Band# - The band is open to any student with previous band experience.  Rehearsals are after school on a weekly basis during fall and winter sports.  The Wolf Pride Band will play for three local parades, many home football, volleyball, basketball games, and school pep assemblies.  Additional performance opportunities at some area college and university sporting events may also be scheduled along with regional band competitions.

Meets:  Tuesdays 3:45-6:00pm, U610

Sponsor:  Keith Farmer ext. 66592  


Book Club

This club is for Grandview students who love to read!  Students choose the books they want to read and meet once a month to discuss.

Meets: TBD 3:35-4:15, Library

Sponsors:  Shoshannah Turgel ext. 66807 and Holly Hoggarth ext. 66852



To empower and unite young men through diversity, relationships, education and community service.  The foundation of this club is to provide a place for African American students to come together and feel comfortable with expressing themselves while respecting other cultures and beliefs.  The focus is to provide new ideas for student activities, academic success, leadership skills, career development, and opportunities for community service.

Meets: 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month 3:45-4:45pm, U308

Sponsors:  Jasper Armstrong ext. 66737, Will Baird ext. 66624, and Desmond Davis ext.


Chess Club

The Grandview Chess Club welcomes all students at Grandview, and any student who wishes to play and learn chess is encouraged to participate.  Chess club offers students the opportunity to participate in informal play and instruction, and students will have the chance to compete at district and state levels against other players in the community.  Club members serve as positive role models by displaying outstanding citizenship, good sportsmanship, and quality leadership at all meetings, school functions, and tournaments.

Meets:  Fridays 3:35-4:30pm, Library Classroom

Sponsors:  Holly Hoggarth ext. 66852, and Ann Lujan ext. 66580


Chinese Club

All students interested in Chinese culture are welcome to join.  Activities may include cooking, Chinese calligraphy, Tai Chi, Chinese films, music and other cultural events.  Students need not be enrolled in Chinese language classes to participate.

Meets:  TBD after school, U101 or other locations by announcement

Sponsor:  Lise Olsen-Dufour ext. 66842


Chinese Honor Society

National Chinese Honor Society at Grandview is open to students in level 3 or above who have achieved academic excellence in Chinese by maintaining a 3.5 average GPA in Chinese and a cumulative 3.0 GPA overall, and who intend to continue study of Chinese in the future.  Students must also exhibit evidence of good citizenship and intention to continue their study of Chinese.  The society will provide a variety of social and community service opportunities for students to participate in, and will connect students with resources in the community through which to deepen their knowledge and understanding of Chinese culture, and to further their study of the Chinese language.

Meets:  TBD, U101

Sponsor:  Lise Olsen-Dufour ext. 66842


Civic Engagement Club

Grandview's Civic Engagement Club encourages youth involvement in politics through hands-on experiences, such as campaigning for local issues, debating current political topics, and interacting with local elected officials. This club is an open forum for educated discussion about what is happening in our country today. All views are welcome.

Meets: Mondays at 3:35-4:35pm, U324

Sponsor: Jenette VanWormer ext. 66586


*# Choral Ensembles

There are 6 choirs offered at Grandview High School.  Students who become highly involved in these choirs may earn a Grandview letter.


Women's Choir – This choir is made up of students in grades 9-12 who love singing.  They perform a variety of music at school concerts as well as around the Denver area.

Meets:  During 4A & 4B, U606


Men's Choir – This choir is made up of students in grades 9-12 who love to sing.  They perform a variety of music at school concerts as well as in the Denver area.

Meets:  During 1A, U606


Camerata* (by audition only) - This select group performs a variety of music in Grandview and in the community.

Meets:  During 2A, U606


Bella Voce* (by audition only) - This advanced group of female singers takes performance trips to various festivals throughout the United States and overseas.  They also perform a variety of music at school concerts.

Meets:  During 3A, U606


Chamber Singers* (by audition only) - This advanced group of both men and women takes performance trips to various festivals throughout the United States and overseas.  They perform a variety of music for special events and for school performances.

Meets:  During 3B, U606


Jazz* (by audition only) – This highly selective choir competes in state and national performances representing the jazz style.  They also perform for school, district and community events.

Meets:  During 1B, U606

Sponsors:  Darin Drown ext. 66590 and Lori May ext. 66590


Cosmetology Club

This club will help teach skills in makeup, hair, nails, skin care, etc. for people interested in the beauty and cosmetics industry.  We also want students to feel confident in their own skin and have a community to let all of their imagination come out in cosmetology.

Meets:  Every other Wednesday 3:45-4:45pm, Choir Room U606

Sponsor:  Lori May ext. 66590


Creative Careers Student Association

In some occupations, creativity is an integral part of the job. Among these occupations are those for artists and related workers, designers, and media and communication workers.  CCSA is a career and technical organization for the arts.  Membership and participation is open to all Grandview students.  CCSA is founded on art-making experiences, career exploration and community service.  Highly involved members can earn a certificate for participation.  Students currently or recently enrolled in visual arts classes are encouraged to join.

Meets:  Every other Thursday 3:30-5:00pm, U109

Sponsors:  Amanda Arlington ext. 66685 and Jennifer Funnell x66794


Cyber Patriot

This is a competition club where our teams of 5-6 individuals compete against teams from schools across the country in cyber security related events.  Basically we run visualization software with Windows and Linux images that have been compromised in some way so that they are not secure.  The competitors identify and fix all security flaws that they find to earn points.

Meets:  Tuesdays 7:15-8:15am and Fridays 3:30-5:00pm, L108

Sponsor:  Ken Sarnowski ext. 66514


Deaf World Club

The Grandview Deaf World Club was founded in order to educate others about Deaf culture as well as American Sign Language.  Club members will have the opportunity to learn and ask questions about American Sign Language and Deaf culture. Through education and interaction, the Grandview Deaf World Club will break down communication barriers and broaden the lives of all involved.

Meets: Wednesdays 7:30-8:10am & 3:45-4:30pm, U222

Sponsor:  Paula Cyphers ext. 66825 and Linda Elliott ext. 66825


*# DECA (Marketing)

Students enrolled in Marketing I or Marketing II are strongly encouraged to participate in DECA.  Through active participation in DECA, members learn how to lead and participate in group discussions, preside at meetings and conferences, work effectively within committees, and engage in practical problem solving and decision making.  Through participation in local, district, state, and national activities, DECA members develop a better understanding of the business world, become conscious of their civic obligations, and develop social poise and leadership ability.  The DECA program of work includes activities related to class work, participation in community projects, district and state meetings and competitive events.  Grandview DECA students apply their business skills by selling food, drinks, and school supplies in the school store in the commons.  DECA members may compete in conferences during the fall and spring and are eligible for scholarship opportunities.  Highly involved members may earn a letter in DECA.

Meets: Co-curricular club (meetings occur in each individual class), U132

Sponsor:  Larry La Flam ext. 66548


# FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

Students involved in FBLA have a unique opportunity to make a connection with their school, community, and the business world.  FBLA is a national organization that places emphasis on service to others, social events and period competitive conferences.

Meets:  Last Thursday of month 7:50am & 3:45pm, Lecture Center

Sponsor:  Will Baird ext. 66624


FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

In FCA students work together to empower & encourage each other to make a difference in their Christian lives.

Meets:  Tuesdays 7:30-8:00am, Wrestling Room

Sponsor:  Nate Robinson ext. 66599 and Jeff Ryan ext. 66845


FCCLA (Family, Career & Community Leaders of America)/PROSTART

FCCLA is a national vocational student organization for high school students associated with the Family and Consumer Sciences classes.  Membership and participation in leadership and community service projects is open to all Grandview students, but students who have taken a FACS class are eligible to become nationally affiliated members and use this on their resume!  Students are also able to compete in the state competition and are able to letter!

Meets:  B day Wednesdays 3:40-4:10pm, L107

Sponsor:  Daniela Evans ext. 66518


Film Club

Film Club is a fun place to watch and create original and creative films.  We will be diving deeper into screen writing, acting, directing, filming, editing, and marketing our movies.  This club will bring quality entertainment to Grandview through film.

Meets:  Tuesdays 3:45-4:45pm, U316

Sponsor:  Kari Barnett ext. 66865


French Club

French Club does a variety of activities related to Grandview and to the French-speaking world.  We march in the Homecoming parade and cheer in French, we plan and attend cultural outings in Denver, we organize educational opportunities for other French students, we do community service to benefit the French-speaking world, we make crepes to sell at the Grandview Craft Fair, and we support other Grandview clubs whenever we can.  This group includes students of different ages and you need not be enrolled in French to join us.

Meets:  Every A day Tuesdays 3:35pm, U124

Sponsor:  Signe Wichern ext. 66740



* French Honor Society

This is an honor organization for students who have demonstrated excellence in French (level 3 and above).  The students will participate in extracurricular cultural activities, community service, and help support the study of French as well as other groups at Grandview.

Meets:  A day Mondays 7:45am, U101

Sponsor:  Liesl Farrier ext. 66681


Gender Sexuality Alliance Club (GSA)

GSA is a club that supports GSLBT+ students and offers opportunities for supporting, educating, and promoting understanding of the GSLBT+ population.

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  Mary Kaye Bjork ext. 66504


* German Club

German Club is open to anyone interested in the German culture.  We participate in homecoming activities, wish week and the international dinner.  Last year we made "Schnitzel" and "Lebkuchen" and had a lot of fun.  Come join us!

Meets:  Thursdays 7:30-8:10am, U100

Sponsor:  Katherine Allen ext. 66661


Hip Hop Dance Club

This dance group practices to learn new skills, train, work on Freestyle and create dance routines to perform at Grandview and at Denver area competitions.

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  TBD


Horticultural Society

This club will act as a place where people interested in gardening can gather and learn more about gardening.  It will serve the community by providing a safe, welcoming environment where people can acquire supplemental education regarding gardening.  The club will focus on growing vegetables, culinary herbs, and flowering annuals and perennials in the school garden outside of the cafeteria patio.

Meets:  Wednesdays 7:30-8:10am, L305 and Garden

Sponsor:  James Pembrook ext. 66824


International Cultural Club (ICC)

This club will teach you about different cultures with the students of Grandview.  You will get to experience exotic foods and meet new people.

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  TBD


International Current Events Discussion (ICED)

The International Current Events Discussion club is dedicated to international awareness and advocacy.  Each month we discuss global issues that impact us directly and indirectly.  We also raise funds to support organizations that offer assistance, such as KIVA.

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  Phil LaConte ext. 66682


Jewish Students Society

This club will provide diversity to the Activities Program and bring the Jewish Community at Grandview closer together.  The intent is to educate those interested in the Jewish Culture.

Meets:  Every other Thursday 3:35-5:00pm, L201

Sponsor:  Rachael Narcisi ext. 66872


Key Club

This is a nation-wide community service organization supported by the Kiwanis Club.  We help out the less fortunate through our service projects throughout the year.

Meets:  Every other Wednesday (9/5, 9/19, 10/3, 10/24, 11/7, 11/28, 12/12, 1/16, 1/30, 2/13, 2/27, 3/13, 4/3, 4/17, and 5/1) 3:45pm, Lecture Center

Sponsors:  Cady Hobbs ext. 66634 and Tammy Dodson ext. 66616


Korean Culture Club (KCC)

The Korean Culture Club provides students an opportunity to experience the Korean culture. This club offers students a variety of activities such as learning the Korean language, immersive dance lessons, and Korean cuisine. Korean influence in the American society has grown immensely, and this club will give you a chance to experience what Korea has to offer; please meet with Mrs. Kopay for more information. The club meets once a month on either the last Monday or the last Thursday. Our meetings usually will last for a half an hour to forty-five minutes. We hope to see you all there.

Meets:  3:45-4:30pm, U219

Sponsor:  Colleen Kopay ext. 66743  


* Link Crew

A committed group of juniors and seniors who are selected in the spring and trained through the summer to help assist freshmen at orientations and throughout the year. Application process occurs in the spring for following school year.

Meets:  See Sponsors for schedule.

Sponsor:  Jenny Bailey ext. 66561, Ashleigh North-Skelton ext. 66845, Erica Lopez ext. 66849, and Jason Kosanovich ext. 66567


Literary Publication - Meraki

Literary Publication - Meraki the Greek work Meraki means to leave a piece of your soul in your creative works. Grandview's Literary-Arts publication, Meraki, represents the myriad of creative talent in our community. Please join Meraki members in the process of creating, celebrating, & publishing student and staff writing and art work.

Meets:  Thursdays 3:35pm, U304

Sponsor:  Dana Zilliox ext. 66848


Math Club

The math club is open to any interested student.  Competitions occur throughout the school year and meetings will occur once a month, typically the third Tuesday of each month.  The purpose of the math club is to stimulate an interest in mathematics, provide public recognition for superior mathematical achievement and provide mathematical activities and competitions.  Membership in the Math Honor Society (Mu Alpha Theta) will also be available for qualifying Juniors and Seniors.

Meets:  Third Tuesday of each month 3:35-4pm, L204

Sponsor:  Hillary Peters ext. 66667


Medical Careers Club

This club offers high school students an opportunity to learn about the various and diverse careers available in the medical field.  Students can network with other students interested in health-related fields.  Guest speakers in a variety of health care positions describe their medical careers and the educational requirements needed.  Students receive guidance and direction in how to achieve the goals they are striving to meet in a health care career.  The club members are also involved in putting on the 9Health Fair for the Grandview students in the spring.

Meets:  Monthly, based on the outside speaker's availability

Sponsor:  Ashleigh North-Skelton ext. 66845


Mock Trial

The High School Mock Trail Program is a positive academic program that gives students an opportunity to expand their speaking, writing, reading, and analytical skills while learning about the judicial system.  The students play the role of attorneys and witnesses in a fictitious case.  To play these roles, students are introduced to a number of life skills that will be helpful to them in their future, such as team work and collaboration; the importance and value of setting goals; the value of strategic planning and implementation; productive argumentative and persuasive skills; critical thinking skills; and the ability to face challenging obstacles with enthusiasm, professionalism and confidence.

Meets:  Tuesdays 3:30-4:30pm, U132

Sponsor:  Liz Burkle ext. 66819


Mountain Bike Racing Team (Club)

The Mountain Bike Team is a cross country racing team that competes just like other sports in the fall season.  We race in 4 conference races throughout the fall, and through those events a racer can qualify for a 5th event which is the State Championships.  All of the race venues are in mountain locations.  They have been in Frisco, Leadville, Granby Ranch, Nathrop, and Eagle.  We practice throughout the fall during our season, and we do a few things in the spring and summer as well.  If interested, please look for advertising in the spring for next fall.  All information about the team and calendar is located on Eaglecrest High Schools website at Welcome to the Eaglecrest Adventure Program website!  Here you will find links for any information you may need to know about the program.  The Adventure Program is part of the Physical Education.

Meets:  Thursdays 4:15pm, Village Greens Park next to CCHS

Sponsor:  CCSD Mountain Bike Team Director Jen Vidal ext. 61075


Muslim Student Association

This club will provide diversity to the Activities Program and bring the Muslim Community at Grandview closer together.  The intent is to educate those interested in the Muslim Culture.

Meets:  3rd Tuesday of the month 3:35pm, U102

Sponsor:  Christine Jauregui ext. 66568


* Fall Musical – Hairspray The Musical

Students will have an opportunity to audition for the musical to be held in the fall. 

Sponsor:  Brianna Lindahl ext. 66694


* Freshman/Sophomore Winter Play –

Students will have an opportunity to audition for the play to be held in the winter.  Watch for audition information.

Sponsor:  Brianna Lindahl ext. 66694


* Spring Play –

Students will have an opportunity to audition for the play to be held in the spring.  Watch for audition information.

Sponsor:  Brianna Lindahl ext. 66694

* National Honor Society

Juniors and Seniors who have been selected to become members during the spring selection process meet in the Lecture Center on the first Tuesday of every month, unless otherwise specified.  Students interested in the Candidate Selection process can attend informational meetings in the spring, as posted on the website and in letters sent home to qualified candidates, as long as they have a 3.75 weighted GPA and are in 10th and/or 11th grades. 

Meets:  1st Tuesday of the month 7:45am & 3:35pm, Lecture Center

Sponsors:  Kim Dassler ext. 66558 and Molly Mugge-Cozza ext. 66635



Students in this class plan and produce our school paper, The Grandview Chronicle.  They become investigative reporters, news and editorial writers, interviewers, editors and photographers.  They also layout and design Grandview's monthly paper.

Meets:  During 4A, U120

Sponsor:  Matt Varca ext. 66588


No Place for Hate

Grandview is a No Place for Hate partner school as recognized by the Denver Chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.  As a school partner, we believe that a positive school culture and climate makes a difference in the lives of students, families, educators and communities.  Students in our organization develop projects, create critical mass of students & staff to bring a message of inclusion and respect to the whole school to create a culture that is welcoming and safe for all.  The goal of our No Place for Hate chapter is to empower our school and provide students a voice to promote respect for individual and group differences while challenging prejudice and bigotry.

Sponsors:  Paul Eppard ext. 66672 and Molly Mugge-Cozza ext. 66635


Orchestra Ensembles

There are 3 orchestras offered at Grandview High School.  Students who become highly involved in these orchestras may earn a Grandview letter.


Chamber - Advanced string musicians, mostly upperclassmen, membership strictly by audition. This group performs original and arranged college-level repertoire from all styles. Primary focus on refining musicianship, technicality, and fosters high-caliber performance standards.

Meets:  During 1A, U610

Sponsor:  Mindi Loewen ext. 66629


Concert - Emerging string musicians, mostly freshman and sophomores, membership requires no audition but minimum prerequisite is two or more years of experience on a string orchestral instrument. This group performs original and repertoire from the Baroque and Classical eras, pop, Celtic, Rock and Roll, and many more. Primary focus on refining technique and some remedial concepts.

Meets:  During 2B, U609

Sponsor:  Mindi Loewen ext. 66629


Symphonic - Intermediate to advanced string musicians, mostly upperclassmen, membership by audition. This group performs repertoire from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras, as well as jazz, pop, Celtic, Rock and Roll, and many more. Primary focus on refining musicianship and technicality.

Meets:  During 4B, U609

Sponsor:  Mindi Loewen ext. 66629

Photography Club

This club will be a supportive and collaborative group setting where students can share photographs, photo shoot locations, techniques, computer enhancements techniques, equipment ideas, positives and suggestions regarding their own and others' photographs.

Meets:  1st Friday of the month 3:45-4:30pm, Library

Sponsors:  Ann Lujan ext. 66580


Polynesian Culture Club

Polynesian Club focuses on activities relating to the many islands of Polynesia. We represent the different islands of Polynesia by demonstrating our learning of the dances and culture. We help our community as well as our school. Experience or knowledge of the Polynesian islands is not required. This group includes students of various ages, and you do not need to be of Polynesian descent to join this club.

Meets: 1st and 3rd Tuesday and Thursday of the month 3:30 – 4:30 pm, U203

Sponsor: Christine Decker ext. 66856,


Project Unify

Project Unify is a club for all students who would like to make a difference in our school by promoting unity, friendship, respect, and good times among students with and without intellectual disabilities.

Meets:  2nd Thursday of the month 3:45-4:30pm, Lecture Center, unless otherwise noted (No meetings in December due to finals.)

Sponsor:  Linda Snelgrove ext. 66748 and Liz Kuhns ext. 66626


R.I.S.E. (Respect, Include, Safe, Engage)

RISE above to be respectful, inclusive, safe, and engaged so teachers can teach and students can learn.  To help stop bullying and help those in need.

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  TBD


Science Olympiad

This club will establish a competitive environment for students interested in the natural sciences, such as Life Science, Environmental Science, and Physical Science, through competitions such as the Science Olympiad competition and the Science Bowl. 

Meets:  TBD

Sponsor:  TBD



To empower and unite young women through diversity, relationships, education and community service.  The foundation of this club is to provide a place for African American students to come together and feel comfortable with expressing themselves while respecting other cultures and beliefs.  The focus is to provide new ideas for student activities, academic success, leadership skills, career development, and opportunities for community service.

Meets: Every other Tuesday 7:30am & 3:40pm, L203

Sponsors:  Adrienne Barnes ext. 66705, Vernetta Clemons ext. 66711, Anne Koch ext. 66508, Megan Ostedgaard ext. 66688, Jada Smith-Bridgeforth ext. 66574, and Esther Song ext. 66628


Spanish Club

This club gives students the opportunity to study the culture of Spanish-speaking countries through group activities that include cooking, outings and other ethnic events.

Meets:  Announced in class and on Schoology

Sponsors: Nancy Jensen ext. 66749


* Spanish Honor Society

The Spanish Honor Society recognizes students who have shown enthusiasm for the Spanish language and culture.  The students have maintained an A average in Spanish and an overall GPA of 3.5.  We act as a service organization.

Meets:  3rd Thursday of the month 8:00-8:15am, U128 or Lecture Center

Sponsors:  Robyn Wisler ext. 66739 and Joanne Russum ext. 66582


# Speech & Debate

Students prepare for competition in debate, public speaking, and oral interpretation with assistance from coaches and team veterans.  Tournaments are held on Saturdays from October to early April.  Speech can also be taken as a class.  Students have the opportunity to letter and join the National Speech and Debate Association.

Meets:  Mondays 3:40-4:40pm & Tuesday/Thursday 3:40-5:10pm, U319

Sponsors:  Kari Hagman ext. 66853 and Jason Kosanovich ext. 66567


String Quartet Club

This is an after school opportunity for string students to rehearse in small chamber groups (quartets, duets, trios). Groups rehearse independently with occasional coaching help. Ensembles who consistently have good attendance have performance opportunities at concerts, festivals, retirement centers, coffee shops, and sometimes even weddings or possibly other outside (paid) gigues. 

Meets:  Tuesdays 3:30-5:00pm, U609 (except during November, due to musical rehearsals)

Sponsor:  Mindi Loewen ext. 66629


Student Leadership

The Student Leadership Class is a great opportunity for all grade levels to represent the student body within the school and community.  Students in this class serve as the student body officers and class representatives participating in leadership training activities and service learning.  They also plan numerous activities throughout the school year, including Homecoming, Prom, and community service projects.  Students must submit an application in the spring.

Meets:  During 4A Period, 1:56-3:30pm L105

Sponsors:  Erica Lopez ext. 66849 and Cole Hardy ext. 66693


# Technology Student Association (TSA)

Membership and participation is open to all Grandview students. TSA is a national student organization focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).  The organization promotes technological literacy, leadership, and problem solving through state and national competitive and social events, resulting in personal growth and opportunity. Those students currently or recently enrolled in engineering and technology classes are encouraged to join.

Meets:  Wednesdays 7:15am, L109

Sponsors:  Alan Rydlund ext. 66862 and Ken Sarnowski ext. 66514



Teens Reaching Out to Homeless Teens (TROHT)

Students who are interested in philanthropy will have an outlet, volunteer opportunities, and a place to express creative problem solving.  The incredible potential of our large student body can come together for the common good of the homeless community.

Meets:  Every other Monday, 3:40-4:30pm U314

Sponsor:  Ann Manchester x66585


* Thespians

Thespians are an honor organization of drama students.  Students have to earn a number of points to become eligible in the international organization, however, ALL students are invited to join for meetings and activities.  Activities include participating in and supporting Grandview Performing Arts Theatre, participating in and building a float for the homecoming parade, "ThesCon" (the state Thespian convention,) organizing and attending GHS and other schools' performances.

Meets: 1st Wednesday of the month 3:40-4:30pm, U605

Sponsor:  Brianna Lindahl ext. 66694


Vex Robotics

This is a competition club where teams of 5-6 students build and program robots to compete against other Colorado teams.  A video describing this year's competition can be found at:

Meets:  Fridays 3:30-6:00pm, L109

Sponsor:  Ken Sarnowski ext. 66514



In this class, students plan, create and produce the Grandview yearbook, The View.  They are responsible for all aspects of production and design.  They learn to conduct interviews, cover and photograph school and related events, write and edit copy, layout pages and meet deadlines.  Members are expected to learn and practice responsible journalism.

Meets:  During 3A, U116

Sponsor:  Matt Varca ext. 66588

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Cherry Creek School District No. 5 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in admission to its programs, services or activities, in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations. The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the district’s activities and programs. The Cherry Creek School District No. 5 also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. This notice is provided as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance officer: District Compliance Officer or directly to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Region VIII, Federal Office Building 1244 North Speer Blvd., Suite #310, Denver, CO 80204.

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