Check out all of the clubs that are offered before school, at lunch, and after school every day at GRCI!​

Black Student Union (BSU)

A place for black students to find support, discuss current issues, and lead change in the school.

Staff  Sponsors: Mr. Sargeant and Ms. Thorpe


This club promotes PEACE, EQUITY, and AWARENESS about social justice issues. It works to build COMMUNITY within our group and to help out our local community. We also focus on raising awareness and taking action to protect the ENVIRONMENT.

Staff  Sponsors: Ms. Chumley, Mrs. Church, Mrs. Kruck, Ms. Leavy,  Mr. Riche, and Ms. Roy.

Club Francofun

Bienvenue à une espace pour parler, s’amuser et apprendre au sujet de la francophonie! Welcome to our space to learn, have fun and practice French in a judgement free zone. We welcome all students regardless of French background – you only need to bring an interest in learning more about the French language or culture. A great opportunity for those studying French to meet with different grade levels and get support or to just jaser/ charler avec les un.e.s les autres.

Staff  Sponsors: Mme. Chumley, Mme. Read, and Mme. Wells

MUN Impact

Students will participate in MUN simulations and proceedings. Students may be encouraged to attend conferences where they will be able to debate and contribute ideas to meet Sustainable Development Goals. After attending conferences, students will be encouraged to make impacts in the local, national and global communities.

Staff  Sponsor: Mr. Tharani

Art League

The Grand River Campus Art League is a club open to all students, not just those enrolled in Art.  We believe everyone is an artist and that they should tap into the creative side of themselves.  This club is what students make of it.  The Arts and Crafts we do are chosen by students. In the past, we have painted holiday cards, made and sold buttons, done face painting. The options are endless!  We meet weekly in rm T119–we run on a flex-membership model, which means all are welcome any time!

Staff Sponsors: Mrs. Bruce Miller & Mrs. Harvey

Art Club

No matter your art abilities, come to the art club, express your creative self, learn new art techniques and have fun. Art is part of everyday life, bringing out the best in people and allowing them to see the world in an aesthetic way. Have your art presented in the Year-End Showcase where your art will be exhibited in a public space for all to enjoy and celebrate.

 Staff Sponsor: Ms. Ganea

Cake Decorating Club

You don’t have to be a chef or even experienced in the kitchen to decorate a cake, cookie, cupcake, or brownie.  As part of our club, you will learn a variety of techniques for decorating treats that will amaze your friends and family.  Whether you are a beginner or have previous experience, we will make projects that will teach you new skills and challenge those who already have some background in decorating.  We meet every Wednesday at lunch in Room 1-220

Staff  Sponsor: Ms. Heipel

Book Club

CALLING ALL READERS!!! This club is open to all students at GRCI. Selected books are provided to students who wish to participate. Typically, this club will meet 6 times throughout the year to discuss our chosen book titles. Informal and laid back, this club is ideal for readers who like YA Fiction.

Staff  Sponsors: Mrs. Popplewell & Mrs. Ledgley

Drama Productions

GRCI produces a number of exciting theatre productions throughout the year! From our Remembrance Day show in the fall to the National Theatre School Drama Festival in the winter, to any number of major shows in the spring, there are opportunities for actors, costumers, prop builders, set crew, tech crew, and more. Check with Mr. Furmaniuk in  T-107 for details!

Improv Team

Calling all comedians and quick-witted performers! GRCI’s Improv Team is an exciting and energetic way to make friends, express yourself, and have fun. We make up characters and scenes on the spot, performing at school events and competing at the Canadian Improv Games competition. Come on down and see for yourself what all the laughs are about – check with Mr. Furmaniuk in T-107 for details!

Yearbook Club

Are you interested in photography or journalism?
Are you interested in learning more about the school or being part of a team that will leave a lasting impression?
If you answered “yes” to at least one of those questions, then the Yearbook Club may be for you. The Yearbook Club is open to students in Grades 9 to 12. We are currently meeting on Mondays during the Nutrition Break via a Google Meet to discuss ways to move forward with this year’s publication.
For more information or to join the Yearbook Club, please email the advisor, Mrs. Murison (

Gardening Club

Do you love being outside? Do you care about the environment? Do you like gardening or always wanted to try it? Come join us in the Gardening Club.  Since our inception 3 years ago, we have built and planted raised garden beds in the V where we plant herbs and vegetables as well as various perennials and bulbs around the property. We have big ideas for the vast spaces around the school and are excited to continue planting and harvesting.  We meet weekly in Room T119

Staff  Sponsors: Mrs. Bruce Miller,  Mrs. McCrae, Mrs. Kruck,  & Mrs. Stemmler


DECA is a club that provides real-world experiences in the fields of marketing, business, law, and entrepreneurship to develop high school students into character-driven leaders enriching our businesses and communities. Come on out on Wednesdays at lunch in the Lecture Hall to participate!

Staff  Sponsor: Mr. Doehn


Photography Club

The photography club meets every other Wednesday at lunch in T-120 to take, edit and discuss digital photos. All levels are welcome; you just have to have an interest in photography.

Staff  Sponsor:

Tech Crew

The technical crew, often known as “techies” are the students behind the scenes and “backstage” to control all the technical aspects of creating a concert, play, musical, or other live performance. The roles of the students in a tech crew can vary depending on the nature of an event, and often evolves as the production does. The technical crew is in charge of operating the lights and controlling the volume of the sounds and music. In large scale production, the tech crew can consist of many students in different aspects of the production.

Staff Sponsor: Mr. Mayer

Games Club

If you enjoy out-witting your opponent in a game of Chess, Connect 4, Euchre, and lots of other games, bring your lunch and come on out to the Games Club! Everyone is welcome. We meet every week in room 1-102 from Tuesday during the lunch hour!

Staff  Sponsors: Mrs. Church


Welcome to the Student Activities Leadership Club! Do you want to have input into what happens at GRCI? Do you like planning events and being involved, but didn’t have room in your timetable for the leadership class? Well, then this is the club for you! We will meet every other Friday in the Lecture Hall.

Fed Prov Club

Federal-Provincial Simulation (Fed-Prov) is a two-day student government activity involving hundreds of participants from 16 secondary schools role-playing Canada’s federal and provincial governments, as well as the press. Participants engage in discussion and debate about many of the most critical and important issues facing our province and country today! The club meets on Tuesdays at lunch in 1-208.

Staff  Sponsors: Mr. O’Connor