High School Clubs
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.
- Animal Club
- Aspiring Medical Professionals Club
- Astronomy Club
- Compassionate Student Club
- Feminine Expressions Health & Wellness Club
- Fitness Club
- Imaginative Crafts Club
- Geography Club
- Model United Nations Club
- Military Kids Club
- National Beta Club
- National History Day Competition
- National Honors Society
- National Technical Honor Society
- Poetry Club
- Robotics & Coding Club
- Student Council
- Type 1 Diabetes Group
- Y Club (FCA)
Love animals? Talk about them? Learn about them? If yes, then join us!
- Learn fun facts about animals
- Show off your animals
- Talk about how they benefit the world
- How to take care of a pet
- Talk about rare & exotic animals
- and so much more!
Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday from 12:15-12:45.
Are you aspiring to enter a medical field? If yes, then the Aspiring Medical Professionals Club (AMPC) is 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.
Meets the 1st & 2nd Wednesday from 12:15 - 12:45 pm.
- October 2nd
- October 9th
- November 6th
- November 13th
- December 4th
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.
Meets the 2nd Tuesday from 3:00 - 3:45pm.
The Compassionate Student Club is a group that helps people to connect with one another through empathy and acts of kindness. Often, empathy is developed through acts of kindness, so the compassionate club provides ideas and opportunities to give back to the local community and to inspire fellow peers.
Meets the 1st Monday from 7:45am - 8:15am.
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!
Meets the 4th Tuesday from 3:00 - 4:00pm.
Love fitness? Join the GCA fitness club and share your love of fitness with others. This club will encourage you to try new fitness activities. New fitness activities will be introduced throughout the year. This club could be your springboard for starting a lifetime habit of exercise!
Meets the 2nd Tuesday from 11:30am-12:00pm.
Welcome to the Imaginative Crafts Club!
Even though we won't dive into the history of arts, we will focus more on getting creative with different projects for both writing and art! Things such as art collaborations, experimental art projects, role-plays and more!
Or if you're not interested in any of these, you can just join the Club to meet some fellow artists or writers like yourself! Share artwork or fanart, share stories or fanfics or just chat with everyone! Extra ideas are encouraged throughout the Club's period!
Meets every Wednesday from 2:40 - 4:00pm. Exact duration will vary each session.
A hybrid version of Model United Nations found in Brick-and-Mortar schools, we work on skills such as research and analysis to create a real world solution on a global issue present in the United Nations General Assembly today.
Meets the 2nd Friday from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
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.
Meets the 4th Friday from 11:30am -12:30pm.
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.
Meets the 3rd Wednesday from 3:00 - 3:30pm.
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 cultivates excellence in today's highly competitive, skilled workforce. Membership is for selected eligible students invited to join each Fall.
Membership is by invitation only. Meets the 3rd Tuesday from 12:15 - 1:15pm.
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.
Meets the 2nd and 4th Monday from 2:30 - 3:30pm.
The GCA Student Council represents and makes decisions on behalf of the interest of the GCAHS student body! We help promote school spirit by creating and participating in school chartered events and functions, and we initiate and develop a program of positive government that promotes student leadership. In Student Council, there are four committees that work together in order to promote positivity to all GCAHS students!
Social Committee: Organizes and plans social outings and events for the GCAHS student body.
Newsletter Committee: Creates and distributes the GCAHS student Newsletter while promoting STUCO and connectivity to the student body.
Public Relations Committee: Presides over STUCO social media and media outlets, and serves as the primary advocate for our events.
Service Committee: Organizes and initiates community service opportunities for the student body.
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 get to know others who know what it’s like to face the 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.
Meets the 2nd Thursday from 3:00 - 3:30pm.
The "Y" Club purpose is to build and maintain Christian character in all parts of our lives. It's not always easy. We will do this through speakers (performing artists and pastors from some of the most dynamic churches in Georgia coming Live to you), music (videos of students as well as live performances), and Christian fellowship. We will also look at attending state leadership conferences in Atlanta and doing statewide programs of local volunteer projects.
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday from 12:15 - 12:45pm.