Clubs and Activities

five benefits of joining a club

Meeting new people. School clubs help students develop their social skills. They fine-tune their interactions with their peers and with faculty members, and they have the opportunity to connect with other students who share similar interests. 

Learning new skills. Being a part of a club or a society helps you to gain knowledge, skills and experience in leadership, communication, problem-solving, group development and management, finance, presentation and public speaking. You will feel the change in yourself.
Getting better at time management. This is because of the skills they learn from participating in different activities. Students learn to manage time, organizational skills and improved self-confidence.
Gaining experience that could help you in the future.  Joining high school clubs is a great way to achieve that goal! Even better, having a well-rounded portfolio can improve your competitiveness as a future college applicant.

Improving confidence. Students who actively participate in extracurricular activities get a lot of benefits including higher  grades, and test scores, higher educational achievements, more regularity in class attendance and higher self-confidence. While out-of-school activities increase leadership and teamwork abilities in students.




GHS encourages all students to get involved in extra-curricular activities. Below are websites that are maintained by clubs and activities at Golden High School.

For more information please call or email:  or  for more information or updated clubs and sponsors.

Hal Templeton, Activity Director
303-982-4272 or [email protected] 

Angie Collums, Activity Secretary
303-982-4179 


 


GHS Activities

Choir - Mikey Swartz

CHSAA Sectioned Activity-

Demon Jazz, Demonic Harmonics, 24th ST. Singers, Golden Tones, Mountain Magic & Musical Theatre GHS provides a varied musical education experience for singers of all levels. Beginning singers and incoming freshmen learn foundational skills in the Golden Tones and Mountain Magic, then gain chorus experience in Musical Theatre. Our auditioned choirs, Demon Jazz and The Demonic Harmonics give more experienced singers the chance to develop specific vocal styles. The famous 24th St. Singers are our top audition choir and deliver high quality vocal performances for our community through caroling and Val-o-grams.

Meets in Choir Room

Choir Groups

 


 

Demon Eports - Anthony Tyrrell-Ead

Mikey Swartz and Mikayla Lamantia

CHSAA Sectioned Activity-

A competitive gaming club for fun, sport, and

possible scholarships! Each team has a set amount of players, we must have a complete set in order to compete. (ex. Rocket League has to have 3 players for a team.  

Demon Esports

Games:

League of Legends, Rocket League, Super Smash Bros.

NBA 2K, Madden, Mario Kart 8, Splatoon,

Hearthstone\




Speech and Debate - Betsy O’Connor

CHSAA Sectioned Activity -

Speech & Debate welcomes all students interested in oral interpretation and/or public speaking. Students are expected to enter at least two tournaments each semester. If you want to build your self-confidence, ability to speak, and your competitive spirit, then

this is the activity for you.

Speech & Debate


 


 


Student Council - Lisa Deal & Adam Mitchell (Mitch)

CHSAA Sectioned Activity -

CHSAA Sectioned Activity -

Students interested in being on the Student Council complete an application process each semester, and then are enrolled in the Student Leadership class. Student Council is an integral part of the school culture, acting as liaison between students and staff, as well as organizing all assemblies, Homecoming, dances, Day Without Hate, service projects, and a variety of other school activities.





GHS Afterschool Clubs

Anime Club - Stephanie Thomson

This Club is a group of peers that enjoy anime in Japanese culture. We will have games, challenges, watching anime, learning Japanese culture and references, and bonding as friends with similar interests. In the upcoming Anime Club, we will also be inviting friends with the same or similar interests as we welcome them to a new community. We welcome all who want to be involved and enjoy the genre of anime and hope to meet new people and make friends within the community!

RM - 120, Meets in person, Tuesday during lunch

 


 


Artists in Action -Stephanie Schmidt, 

Melissa Champion and Tim Miller

This is a STUDENT-RUN CLUB where we share

our passion for art and our creative skills with the
Golden community. It's open to everybody!

We help with Homecoming fun and the parade,

Trick or Treat Street, school art projects,

Wish Week, and more. We meet once a month

after school in Mr. Miller's art room, 113A.

Member meetings last until about 3:00. At each

member meeting, you can find out about the

different projects going on that month. Then,

you choose how and when you participate.

Student Officers run this group to make things happen.

Meets in art rooms 112, 113A 113C

Artist in actions Website



Book Club - Christine DeMeyer

Join others who like to read and talk about books. We read a book each month or so, and then we meet and talk about the book we've read.

Meets in Library - Time TBD -  Day - TBD

 



Demons Climbing Team - Sean Kerins

Learn to climb in a safe and welcoming atmosphere with everyone from climbing veterans to novices. If you are already an accomplished climber, meet others like you in the school and improve your

skills. No experience necessary.

Meets at Earth Treks Gym after school

Demon Climbing Team



 Diagnostics Community - Valerie Borowiec, RN

Do you feel like you're all alone in a sea of medical diagnoses? Maybe you just want to talk with people who are going through challenges like you. Come check us out if you are interested in entering into a medical field!

Room, Day and Time - TBD

 


 


Disk Golf - Andrew Gitner

Please email  Mr. Gitner for information.

 


 


Drumline - Connor Sweeney

Drumline is a section of percussion instruments

usually played as part of a musical marching

ensemble. High school marching bands, drill &

drum corps,drum & bugle corps, indoor percussion Ensembles.

Meets in the Band room.

Email

 

Environmental Club - Mike Mendoza

Plant Club - TBD

The Environmental Club at Golden High School

is an extremely valuable club working towards

making GHS and the wider Golden community

a more sustainable and environmentally friendly

place. Work on projects related to recycling and

environmentally conscious efforts, and spark a

change to be more sustainable! A representative

from the Greenpeace organization will provide

support and assistance with projects.

 


 


Fashion Club - Stephanie Thomson

Purpose: To foster creativity and inspiration through collaborating on design. We will meet once every other Wednesday for lunch in room 120. During that time we will individually sketch our designs while pulling inspiration from other designers in the room. Each student is invited to create their designs physically with the use of the FACCS program sewing machines and fabric they have purchased themselves. We will also look for opportunities to do off site enrichment, such as fashion exhibitions or

other activities related to the art of design,

textiles, or fashion. Activities will include: sketching nd building designs, taking field trips to local art and design exhibits, and viewing documentaries to inspire design ideas

Meets during lunch on  Wednesday in room 120

https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc4MDk2OTgzOTY5?cjc=4nz4q2y




FCA- Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Krista Bollinger

FCA Description: The FCA at Golden High School works with athletes and coaches to “use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the word of Jesus Christ." FCA Vision: To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes. FCA Mission Statement: To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ

and His church.

Meet Room 201

Wednesday during lunch

 


 


FCCLS - Family, Career & Community Leaders of America

Stephanie Thomson and Alisha Naranjo

Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life – planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication-necessary in the home and workplace.

Day and time TBD


Filming Club - Lisa Deal

An opportunity for high school filmmakers to meet, recruit crew for projects, get feedback on ideas, and learn more about certain jobs and aspects of filmmaking. Students may sign up at liberty to participate in other member's extracurricular projects  

Email 

Room 222 meets Tuesday during lunch

 


 


Gay/Straight Alliance - Gabrielle Heier & Katie Kimbrel

Brings together LGBTQ and straight students to

support each other, provide a safe place to

socialize, and create a platform for students working to make school safe and equitable for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

RM 118 Monday & Friday During Lunch


Global Girls Outreach - Alisha Naranjo

Global Girls Outreach works to raise money to

support the education of girls all around the world.

Meets in room 123 Monday during Lunch

 


 


Golden Wish Club - Adam Mitchell and Student Council

"Golden Wish Club is a philanthropic based group that works to leave our community a better place than we found it. In the fall we work to give back directly to our local community through partnering with nonprofits, and in the spring we work with Make A Wish to help grant a child their dream

"wish" trip."

 


 

The Golden Pages - Lisa Hasse

Spread the joy of reading around the 

Community. Have book drives, reading to kids at 

The Golden Library, bake sale fundraiser for

Books, and read a book every two months.

Meets Wednesday during lunch

Room 210



Interact Club - Mark Brown

This club provides service to the school and

community and is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Golden. Any student is welcome, and students participate in Homecoming, fundraising, and community building.

Interact Site

 


 


Key (Kiwanis) Club - Katie Kimbrel

This club provides service to the school and

community and is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Golden. Any student is welcome.

Room, Day and Time TBD

 


 

Link Club - TBD

These students are responsible for our Freshman Orientation program, and act as mentors to our freshmen class. Link Crew members are chosen through an application process in the Spring, and Link is a class for these students during the school year. Link is a lot of fun but it is a commitment for students. All are encouraged to apply!!

Room, Day and Time TBD


GHS Mountain Biking Club - Jesse Swift

Provides students the opportunity to participate in an organized mountain biking league, through

which the club will focus on safety, skills, conditioning, bike maintenance, sport etiquette,

community service, and league competition.

Meets at GHS Courtyard Tues. & Thurs. Time TBA

 


 


National Honor Society (NHS) - Rebecca Page

The NHS recognizes outstanding students who

have achieved a strong academic record, have

outstanding leadership and service in the school

and community, and have displayed high character traits. Students are inducted into the NHS based on prior year’s merits, and must maintain grades and complete community service hours to maintain Membership.

Students in  NHS should join by texting 

“@golden-nhs” to 81010.

GHS NHS 


Golden Pre-Med Club - Mike Thumim and Student - Mutasem Masoud

The Purpose of this club is to allow students to 

Understand parts of the medical field

And to explore. We will shadow medical workers and will create bonds with nearby hospitals 

And clinics such as St. Anthony’s hospital. 

My vision is to give students a head start for college and give them the chance to really

know what each medical professional does, what they do and how they do it. I hope for the club to truly find people who have a passion in the medical field and help them on their journey as well as my own.

Meet during lunch 2 times a month

Room 228

 


 


STEM Club - Jesse Swift

STEM Club provides young people with the chance to explore aspects of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) in less formal settings. They aim to enrich, rather than deliver, the curriculum. Clubs are an important outlet to ignite new interest or raise attainment in STEM subjects through more imaginative and inventive teaching methods.

Meets in Room 231-  Wednesday during lunch



Spanish Club Almuerzo en espanol - Teresa Waters

To practice Spanish in a safe and fun environment.

 


 


Student Voice - Mark Brown

Student voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, and cultural backgrounds of individual students and groups of students in a school, and to instructional approaches and techniques that are based on student choices, interests, passions, and ambitions.

 


 


Stage Right Productions - Allie Matsuo

Educational theater company and thespian honor society. We produce 3 shows (plus one acts) per year and provide technical theater support for events that happen in the auditorium. Check out our website or see Mrs. Matsuo for more information!

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Improv:

Freeform improv space focused on ensemble

building and gameplay. Be there or be square.

Stage Right Productions




Table Top Games - Sam Wood

Table Top Games!! We welcome anyone to come and join us at lunch on Thursdays in room 116. Table Top Games is a space for people to play ANY table top game of their choice. Ranging from D & D, Pathfinder to Magic the

Gathering. In general we are very open to anyone joining and willing to be a nerd with us!!

 


 


Tech Team Engineering aka -The GHS Tec Team

Scott Aurand

The Tech Team competes in several regional and state competitions. In the fall is the CMESA,

Colorado Math Engineering Science Achievement events, and in the Spring is the TSA, Technology Student Association State Competition and the Science Olympiad regional at CSU and state competition at CSM, Colorado School of Mines. Competitions include robotics, catapults, trebuchets,airplanes aka flight endurance, boats aka hydrodynamics, CO2 cars aka dragster design, Biotechnology Architecture, 3D Modeling, Animatronics, Computer-Aided Design, electronics, engineering design, structural engineering, Technology Challenge, Video Game Design, Bridge engineering, tower engineering, physics lab, oceanography, astronomy, chemistry lab, genetics, ecology, entomology, forensics, food science, geology, cantilever engineering, etc.



 






 


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