Clubs

Galloway students are more than just academics. They are authors and trivia gurus. They are activists and artists. They are ping pong champions and budding chefs. They are magicians and thought leaders. They are athletes and actors. Above all, Galloway students are curious and passionate, and we make space for students to engage and explore their individual interests.  Whatever your passion, there is a way to explore it at Galloway through a large network of activities, clubs, and leadership opportunities.

So, who are you beyond the classroom? A founder of a non profit? A magician? A public speaker? A leader? A pogo stick expert? A basketball player? At Galloway we want to know the answer to these questions and more. With over 48 clubs (as of today!) across Middle and Upper Learning you can find your passion or perhaps start the 49th club!

Take a look at our extensive (and ever changing) club listing below.

Student Clubs

Arts

  • Art Club
  • Creative Writing Club
  • Dance Club
  • Improv Club
  • Ukulele CLub
  • Photography Club
  • Poetry Club
  • Thespians

STEM

  • Molecule Club
  • Women In Science Club
  • Girls Who Code
  • Science Olympiad

 

Mindfulness/Service

  • Animal Welfare Club
  • Girl Talk
  • Green Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Kindness Club
  • Lead To Learn
  • Manana
  • Yoga Club
  • Youth for Youth

Political/Social Awareness/Current Events

  • Debate Club
  • Junior State of America
  • Spectrum
  • Young Democrats
  • Young Republicans
  • Intersectional Feminist Book Club
  • Minority Empowerment Forum
  • Model UN

Leadership/Competitive

  • Academic Team
  • Advisory Ambassadors
  • Student Association
  • Mock Trial 

World Languages

  • SALSA
  • French Club
  • Latin Club

Special Interests

  • Book Club
  • Calligraphy Club
  • E-sports club
  • Harry Potter Club
  • History Club
  • Investing Club
  • Smash Club
  • Social Media Entrepreneurs
  • Tie Dye Club

Publications

  • The Elliott
  • Yearbook

Student Association

A handful of students from each grade are elected to represent their grade. These students are responsible for representing the student body and also planning fun community building events.