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National Honor Society
Jared Painter
The National Honor Society (NHS) is an organization that works to promote Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. NHS puts on several events to support the community along with working to raise funds for charitable causes. Additionally, members of NHS get involved in their own personal service projects, allowing them to not only contribute to others but grow as an individual. Incoming members must be invited and accepted by the faculty board (members must have a 3.7 cumulative GPA). 

Student Council
Devyn Brunner
This is a service-oriented, student-led organization in charge of hosting numerous events: dances (homecoming and prom), spirit week activities, fundraising for charitable organizations and other student-centered activities to booster school pride (door decoration contests, powder puff games and staff vs. student events). Members of Student Council must also complete 50 hours of community service per year.  
Students must apply to become a member of student council. Applicants must be good students with little to no academic or behavioral problems, have a record of service to others and be good role models in the building and community. Applicants must complete a short application and receive three teacher recommendations. Applications are accepted every spring. This year, we will be accepting applications for freshmen and seniors in mid-September.

Spanish Club
Caitlin Porterfield 
Spanish club meets every week on the first Tuesday of the month in room 130. Anyone interested in Hispanic culture is welcome! We learn about the culture of several countries, from customs to food, preparing authentic food to taste, and making crafts. Once every couple of months we visit local Hispanic restaurants. 

Erin Gaffis
The Cruiser Theatre Company located at Groveport Madison High School gives students the opportunity to present high-quality theatre to the community with multiple fully-staged productions over the course of the year. Our season consists of a fall play, a spring musical, one play-in-a-day (Full productions put together in twenty-four hours), and a variation of other programming. As a theatre company, we are constantly striving to present quality programming to the community, while also looking for ways to give back.

Ilana Webber

Project 7
Andrea Taynor
This club is a resource to help you connect with your peers while developing an understanding of how to connect with God. We will learn about self-esteem moral foundations to help be successful. This club gives opportunity to volunteer in the community and joins together for social outings. We meets every Thursday from 2:10 p.m. to 3:10 p.m. in room 253.
Ruling Our eXperiences (ROX)
Advisor: Ashley Hansen 
ROX is a 20-week program for female high school students aimed at equipping girls with the knowledge and skills necessary to live healthy, independent, productive and violence-free lives. In this group, we will focus on many topics, some of them including: healthy communication, healthy relationships, body image, safety and violence prevention, stress and coping, and leadership. Space is limited - Registration will begin in November.

Anime Club 
Kyle Bergman 
The Anime Club meets on Thursdays in Room 165. Come hangout, watch anime, play games, and meet new people!
Key Club 
Advisor: Virginia Rogers  
Key Club is an organization starting this year at GMHS that allows high school students to build leadership skills through community service projects, all while having fun with your friends.  Our first meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 10th after school in Room 256 from 2:30-3:30.  
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