Being part of a school club enhances the school experience. Clubs are led and moderated by GCA faculty and staff members who mentor and guide student participants.
Georgia Cyber Academy has numerous clubs to join for all grade levels. Visit your school’s clubs page to see which clubs may interest you.
Clubs are coming soon!
Thank you for your patience this school year as we are happy to serve so many more elementary students. Now that we have all settled into the school year, we will be starting up our amazing clubs!
We will be offering a variety of club options with GCA teacher-led clubs, GCA student-led clubs, and Microsoft-led clubs. You can find more information about all of these club offerings below as well as information about our Microsoft Clubs Showcase.
We are very excited about our club offerings and are glad to offer your student these fun, engaging, creative, social opportunities!
More information about Elementary (Kindergarten- 5th) Grade Band Clubs will be updated second semester. You will also receive information via email from our Elementary Clubs Contact.
Elementary clubs will officially start the week of January 11, 2021, with K-2nd grade Story Time Club starting on Friday, January 8th. Clubs will run until the end of the school year. The last day of school for students is Wednesday, May 19, 2021.
Clubs will not run during the following days/weeks:
- 1/19/21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day Student and Staff Holiday
- 3/29/21-4/2/21: Spring Break Student and Staff Holiday
- 4/19/21-4/30/21: Georgia Milestones State Testing Weeks
*Additional cancellations due to staff professional development or meetings may be added *
Super Singing Songwriting Spectacular Club:
We are going to have fun learning basic singing lessons and writing songs! This club will be lead by Mr. Dan Hall (email@example.com) on 2nd and 4th Friday of the month @3:30pm starting in January.
K-2nd Story Time Club:
We are going to read along a picture storybook and share our thoughts on the story! This club will be lead by Ms. Kristy Howard (with some guest readers as well). We will meet during our lunch break one Friday a month starting in January. Tentative dates: 1/8/21, 2/5/21, 3/5/21, 4/9/21, 5/7/21 @12pm
3rd-5th Art Club:
Get out your paper, colored pencils, markers, and other creative supplies! Join us as we create wonderful works of art together! This club will be lead by Ms. Lilian Boyd (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Thursdays @12pm starting in January.
Many students have reached out to me to ask about the opportunity for student-led clubs. While we cannot accommodate all of our student's requests, we will be able to offer this to a few prepared and engaging students. We will have a club proposal submission in which FIVE 4th or 5th grade students will be selected to run at least ONE club this school year.
Club Host submissions are being reviewed and will be announced by 1/15/21. Thank you to all those who submitted! Once announced, student-led club submission winners will be paired either with Ms. Kristy Howard or Ms. Ellen Therens as staff sponsors.
We are excited to announce that through our community partnership with Microsoft that they will be hosting a variety of clubs for our elementary students this year! Be sure to check out their club offerings below as I am sure you will find something that will pique your student's interest! Ms. Kristy Howard will be the staff sponsor and point of contact regarding the clubs offered in English. Ms. Julie Ferrer will be the point of contact for the Spanish club offerings. Microsoft Clubs will start in January.
- Digital Arts and Crafts (K-5)
- STEM Coding (3-5)
- App Lab (3-5)
- Make Your Own Story (K-5)
- Around the World (K-5)
- Minecraft Coding (K-5)
- Learning Club in Spanish (K-5)
- Coding Club in Spanish (K-5)
Make Your Own Story (K-5)
2nd & 4th Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30pm
Participants will learn how to create a story using Google Slides & Google Docs. They’ll explore the latest version of these apps, including using drawing tools, selecting and sizing images and icons, creating backgrounds, and changing fonts.
Minecraft Coding (K-5)
2nd & 4th Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30pm
Using the power of code, participants will explore aquatic worlds and uncover hidden treasure with the Minecraft Voyage Aquatic tutorial and we will work together with The Agent (a robot) to clear any obstacles in their path and secure the items needed for their Minecraft journey.
Learning Club in Spanish (K-5)
1st & 3rd Thursdays from 3:30-4:30pm
Avoid Cyberbullying, Create your own story, Worldwide Create a Difference in the world, Fossil Museum, Travel around the world, and much more! This club will be offered in Spanish.
•Evita el Ciberacoso (Cyberbullying)
•Crea tu Propia Historia
•Alrededor del Mundo
•Crea una Diferencia en el mundo
•Museo de Fosiles
•Viajes por el Mundo
•Y mas ….
Este club se ofrecerá en Español.
Coding Club in Spanish (K-5)
2nd & 4th Thursdays from 3:30-4:30pm
Participants learn fundamental game and coding concepts like sprites, variables, and coordinates, then use their new skills to create and customize their own playable game. This club will be offered in Spanish.
Los participantes aprenden conceptos fundamentales de juego y codificación como sprites, variables y coordenadas, y luego usan sus nuevas habilidades para crear y personalizar su propio juego jugable. Este club se ofrecerá en Español.
- Who do I contact if I have a question about a club?
- Will clubs be held on breaks, holidays, and teacher professional development days?
- Will clubs be recorded?
- What if my student has a required class at the time of their club?
- Are clubs required to attend?
- When will the clubs appear on the Canvas Calendar?
- How does my student access the club they want to attend?
- Do I need to register for the clubs my student wants to participate in?
- When will elementary clubs officially start?
Please feel free to reach out to Kristy Howard at email@example.com with any club questions at this time. Club sponsors' email addresses will be listed on the Canvas Calendar club session if you have a question about a specific club once they have started in January.
Georgia Cyber Academy (GCA) middle school teachers host student clubs each semester, allowing multiple opportunities for students to interact and pursue areas of interest.
Come join the fun!
- Art Club
- Baking Club
- Crafting Club
- For You, By You Club
- GAM3RZ CLUB
- Middle School Assembly Club
- Midnight Writers
- MS Nomads Club
- Science Club
- Tutoring for Elementary Students
Do you love or are awesome at drawing? Or you are terrible at drawing? Come here and I will teach you how to draw different animals, people, etc! If you can’t draw, you will be better in no time! We will have fun and enjoy drawing!
First Club Meeting : Thursday, September 17, 3:40 - 4:15
Meet: Every 3rd Thursday of each month
Link to sign up for the club : https://forms.gle/
Contact Mrs. Kristi Counts if you have questions
Are you bored out of your mind and want something fun to do? Then come to Baking/Cooking Club!
We meet on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 3:40 to 4:40.
If interested, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Mrs. Schubert for a monthly Craft Club!
Meeting on Tuesdays from 3:40-4:10. We will be making simple crafts mostly using household items.
Please fill out this following Google Survey (Links to an external site.)if you are interested!
I will send more information to your email soon!!
Contact - Mrs. Schubert - Link
Do you consider yourself a gamer? Would you like to share your gamertag with others in the GCA gaming community? …then this club is for you!
The Gam3rz Club is for students interested in gaming. This club is a venue by which students can connect and enjoy their favorite past-time together – gaming.
We will elect officers, discuss the gaming industry, follow eSports competitions, and, oh yeah,… GAME!
(DISCLAIMER: All video games played and discussed will be age-appropriate.)
Meet: 3rd Thursday – 4:15 - 5:00
Click HERE (Links to an external site.) to sign up!
★See Mystery Places
Meet: Open the World every 4th Thursday 3:40-4:20
Want to join and “see” the world? Fill out this survey - https://docs.google.com/
Each month you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself and other members in SCIENCE and ENGINEERING events. You will investigate, experiment, and design in these events. Many of the events will ask you to create a device to complete a certain task or design an experiment to answer a specific question. We will introduce you to various competitions and you may have the opportunity to join a competitive team to compete against other students.
Meet: 1st Tuesday of each month - 3:40 - 4:40
Middle School students providing tutoring for ES students
Click here (Links to an external site.) for link to “application.”
Applications are due no later than August 28 in order to be considered for a position, this semester!
Meet: 4th Wednesday of each month - 3:40 - 4:35
Georgia Cyber Academy High School student clubs and honor societies give students an avenue for pursuing their interests and passions outside of the classroom in a manner that helps them to grow and develop as leaders.
Clubs are led and moderated by GCA faculty and staff members who mentor and guide student participants.
More information about High School (Grades 9-12) Grade Band Clubs will be updated in September. You will also receive information via email from our High School Clubs Contact.
- Art Club
- Aspiring Medical Professionals Club
- Astronomy Club
- National Beta Club
- Feminine Expressions Health and Wellness
- Robotics and Coding Club
- National History Day Competition
- National Honor Society
- Military Kids Club
- National Technical Honor Society
- Poetry Club
- T1D Club
Meeting: Every 4th Thursday 3:35 - 4:15 PM
Sign up! https://forms.gle/FQxWHiXisM4v96on9
Do you like art or like to draw? Join us! Any skill level is fine. We just want to have a place to gather and create/share together. We will explore different types of art, art in other cultures, and different styles. We will meet once a month.
Aspiring Medical Professions Club
Meeting: 1st Friday of each month 3:45pm-4:30pm
Sign up! https://forms.gle/nS12PbCJMgXpkhKs9
Are you aspiring to enter a medical field? If yes, then this is the club for you! AMPC is a club of like-minded students that learn the basic healthcare knowledge and skills necessary for careers ranging from Certified Nurse Assistant to Cardiologist and all other allied fields in between. We will host field trips and have guest speakers.
Meeting: 2nd Thursday of the month 3:45- 4:30
Sign up! https://forms.gle/jWEWWAxyjpCoxJY28
Do you find space fascinating? Want to learn about what is beyond the atmosphere of the Earth? We will delve into student chosen topics ranging from the moon to the solar system to galaxies, black holes, and dark matter and energy! The sky is NOT the limit in astronomy club! Everyone with an interest in space is welcome.
National Beta Club
Meeting: Every 3rd Wednesday 3:45 - 4:30
Sign up! https://forms.gle/oYzPopsTViXNHPqm7
To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.
Bring Change To Mind (BC2M)
Meeting: Every 1st Tuesday 3:45 - 4:15
Sign up! https://forms.gle/9FwPF3Fqao8gc34b7
BC2M activates and empowers you to join our fight to end stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness. United, we will create and advance innovative approaches and partnerships to start conversations around mental illness, share resources, and tell stories so everyone can thrive in a stigma free world.
Feminine Expressions Health and Wellness
Meeting: Every 4th Wednesday 3:45 - 4:30
Sign up! https://forms.gle/PjvkgoxKEv12As1r5
This club, open to all female high school students, is dedicated to exploring the mental, physical, and spiritual realms of being using exercises that incorporate the Expressive arts, physical exercise, meditation, and discussion. It is designed to promote exploration and contemplation of the self. Click on the link to join FEHW and learn how to make ourselves happier and healthier goddesses!
Robotics & Coding Club
The Robotics and coding club will meet every other week to work on learning and applying new concepts in the world of robotics and programming. Topics will include programming robots, autonomous programming, IOT(internet of things), projects, and competitions. If you have a passion for technology and computers this is the club for you.
National History Day Competition
Meeting: Every 3rd Wednesday 3:45 - 4:30
Sign up! https://forms.gle/XHhgCxnVHhFRJ9MQA
National History day is a yearly competition that actively engages students in the historical process. Students select a topic related to the year’s theme, engage in primary and secondary source research, and present their results through a variety of categories, including exhibits, websites, performances, and papers. This allows students to study the past in an active and dynamic way, developing analysis, communication, and achievement skills that apply to all facets of their lives.
Military Kids Club
Meeting: Every 3rd Wednesday 3:45 - 4:30
Sign up! https://forms.gle/BkNN1bKBTSypbzpM9
Designed for both students interested in joining the military after high school and for students who have a military member in their families. Our club helps you navigate and understand the world of military life and expectations such as military requirements
National Technical Honor Society
Meeting: Every 3rd Thursday - 3:45 - 4:15 PM
Sign up! N/A - invite only
The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) continues to be the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in Career and Technical Education (CTE). NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. Membership is for selected eligible students invited to join each Fall.
Meeting: Every 2nd +4th Wednesday 3:45-4:15 P.M.
Sign up! https://forms.gle/76Dy5zHyvsLhJaYF8
The Poetry Club will meet twice a month to write and read poems. This is a time of self-expression and sharing in the form of poetic writing.
Type 1 Diabetes Club
Meeting: Every 1st Thursday, 3:45 -4:15pm
Sign up! https://forms.gle/FCbUwa5orwkk9FBp9
Do you have Type 1 Diabetes? Would you like to connect with other High Schoolers who do too? T1D club is a great place to het to know others who know what it's like to face challenges of living with T1D. We will discuss student chosen topics ranging from current research, tips & tricks, and challenges, to practical topics like driving and going away to college, and there will be plenty of time to connect with your peers.