Clubs

Clubs are an ongoing teacher-led experience where students connect and collaborate on topics of their interest. Students may join clubs on a week-to-week basis.
March 2020

Coding Club

Students regularly attend the coding club and learn to code in programming languages such as Python, JavaScript, and HTML while they solve puzzles and make their own games using CodeCombat. However, anyone is free to suggest a programming language they want to learn.



March 2020

Book Club for Teens

During the weekly Book Club meetings, students meet with teachers to dive deeper into what they have read. With their help, students gain a broader perspective and are guided through complex questions and engaging activities in response to their assigned reading material. Each month we select a special theme for the Book Club.



March 2020

3D Modeling Club

3D modeling is a useful skill to learn if you are interested in having your creations printed in 3D, designing video games, animating and so much more. It is just as much a creative art skill as a technology one! In this nanodegree, students learned what 3D Modeling and 3D Printing are used for, and how to use Tinkercad (a web-based program for 3D modeling) to create 3-Dimensional designs.



March 2020

Book Club for Children Age 8-12

During the weekly Book Club meetings, students meet with teachers to dive deeper into what they have read. With their help, students gain a broader perspective and are guided through complex questions and engaging activities in response to their assigned reading material. Each month we select a special theme for the Book Club.



March 2020

Spanish Club

We meet weekly, discuss, have fun together and exchange our knowledge to help students strengthen their Spanish skills and gain the confidence to talk with native Spanish speakers.



March 2020

English Literacy Club for age 8 to 12

Book Nook is an app that we use at Galileo to facilitate a reading session with our students. They get the opportunity to log in with their own details and username and our facilitator helps them to read away. Book Nook is designed for students to engage in short books while answering multiple choice questions and playing matching games.



March 2020

Science Club

We want to awake the scientist inside our students through challenging and mind-stretching discussions where they will be exposed to ideas, concepts, findings, innovations and problems waiting to be solved. Students will explore, learn, discuss and do crazy experiments while understanding the science behind it.



March 2020

Math Club

Mathematics is not a skill that someone is born with. It is not a talent. It is something that comes through practice and only after that do we become skilled. The Math Club is there to help you become skilled. How do we do this? Through practice! Both in-class and outside class. The only prerequisite(requirement) is to have a curious mind. Be eager to learn. Remember we learn even from our mistakes. 1 mistake means you have learned one way that doesn't work.



March 2020

Writing Club for Tweens and Teens

The Writing Club is not here to judge, it is here to understand the world through your point of view. Your frame of reference might just portray the world in a way that someone else has never even thought of. Your different approach might just be the thing someone else has been looking for.