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
- Coding & Robotics Club
- Compassionate Student Club
- The Feminine Expressions Health & Wellness Club
- Fitness Club
- Student Council
- Geography Club
- Model United Nations Club
- Military Kids Club
- National History Day Club
- National Technical Honor Society
- Poetry Club
- Type 1 Diabetes Club
- Y Club and FCA
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.
Life-long membership so that up and coming students/professionals can learn from you! Ready made net-working and support system to help you accomplish your goals.
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.
Learn how to program. Create games, stories, animations, media projects and more.
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.
Compassionate Students meets the 1st Monday of every month from 7:45 am - 8:15 am, to share ideas, discuss and get to understand life from different perspectives in order to grow as people.
The Feminine Expressions Health & Wellness (FEHW) 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!
It is important you speak with your parents before joining to make sure they are comfortable with the topics and beliefs we may discuss.
We seek to foster an atmosphere of acceptance and relaxation.
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!
Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of the month @ 11:30 a.m.
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.
Model United Nations is a virtual version of Model United Nations in which we work on a topic (this year: environment) in subcommittee form. You can work as a team or individual to research and present your solution in Spring from the point of view of your represented country. We also learn about the role and function of the United Nations through activities and observing live United Nations summits.
Whether you are in pursuit of a military career, ROTC, or have family in active duty or retired, we are a community to assist you in understanding the world of the military life. We take virtual tours, research ROTC programs, practice for the ASVAB, and discuss the life of the military kid.
National History Day competition – it’s so much more than a day!
National History day is a yearly competition that actively engages YOU in the historical process! You will select a topic related to the year’s theme, engage in primary and secondary source research, and present your results through a variety of categories, including exhibits, websites, performances, and papers. This allows you to study the past in an active and dynamic way, developing analysis, communication, and achievement skills that apply to all facets of your life.
We meet on the third Wednesday of the month from 3:00 – 3:30.
The acknowledged leader in recognition of outstanding student achievement in Career & Technical Education.
For students who have completed (or are enrolled in the 3rd course of) a Career Pathway in:
- Teaching as a Profession
- Marketing Management
- Business & Technology
- Business Accounting
- Financial Services
- Web & Digital Design
- Computer Science
- Game Design
Membership is by invitation only. Meets 3rd Thursdays from 12:15-1:15 PM
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.
We will meet the second Thursday of each month starting October 10 from 3:00-3:30 pm. We can’t wait to see you!
The "Y" Club purpose is “to create, maintain and extend high standards of Christian character.”
The FCA’s purpose is “to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.”
Meets every second and fourth Thursday from 12:15 to 12:45 and countless times weekly from club member to club member, we will encourage and help one another to live the life that we were meant to live.
We will have guest speakers and musicians and enjoy the wisdom and talents of our own GCA students as we walk and work together.
Both the Y Club and FCA have local events throughout the year in your area that you can join.
We will try to take advantage of many of these events…and create our own.