GHS Humanities Clubs

  • Art Club

    Advisor: TBD
    Provides students the opportunity to enrich their artistic experience. Creative students will explore various art concepts and techniques.

    Chamber Choir

    Advisor: Matt Craig
    Membership is by audition only. Auditions are in February for the following school year. Depending on the needs each particular year is either a SATB or an SSA ensemble that strives to perform level five and six music in a verity of styles. 

    Creative Wring

    Advisor: GHS English Department
    This club is made up of students and faculty who love to write and share their work. During meetings, participants can expect to write & discuss fictions, poetry, art, film, creative nonfiction & more. Members are encouraged to write outside the meeting time & share their work with others through our club web site.

    Drama Club

    Advisors: Steve Duprey (fall play) and Judy Zanin (spring musical)
    Students interested in theater (acting, lighting , set construction, etc) are invited to join the Drama Club produces two plays a year, a year of drama or comedy in the late fall & a spring musical. In addition, Members of the club occasionally take field trips to plays offered by other high school, college, or professional theaters in the Finger Lakes region.

    Hip Hop Club

    Advisor: Saul Shama
    Student run organization focusing on listening to and creating hip hop culture.

    Marching Band

    Advisor: Steve Palumbo
    The marching band consists of all concert band members. The ensemble performs at the homecoming, Halloween and Memorial Day parades,home football games and pageants.

    Newspaper Club

    Advisor: George Goga
    The school paper provides an opportunity for student who are interested in journalism to apply their interest by creating a school newspaper to inform the school community on relevant issues.

    Yearbook Seneca Saga

    Advisor: Callianne Robbins
    This course is a project-oriented course in which the school yearbook will be developed published and distributed to the school and community. Students will use various types of technology & develop artistic creativity in the process. Students must submit an application for consideration for the class.

Last Modified on July 20, 2021