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.
November 2020

History Club

This club is for those who wish to discover and experience what has happened in the past. Through entertaining activities, discussions and experimentation, we will seek the answers to some of history’s biggest mysteries and get an understanding as to how we got to where we are today. The topics are up to you, your curiosity is the limit! So, if you enjoy discovery come join me on this adventure through the ages.



November 2020

Running Club

All are welcome to join this club! Whether you are a lean running machine, or a couch potato, you are welcome! This club will be a great place to start your running journey, discuss your goals with others, participate in weekly challenges and be a part of an active community!



October 2020

Advanced 3D Modeling

In this club, students who are learning 3D Modeling with Blender meet weekly to share their unique projects and/or tutorials they are working through, as well as learning new tips and tricks for modeling and other features of Blender such as useful hotkeys, materials, node maps for procedural texturing, using modifiers, different styles of modeling, basic animation, useful add-ons, and more.



October 2020

Intermediate-Advanced 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.



October 2020

Coding Club Pro

Learning the ins and outs of one of the most popular programming languages in the world (JavaScript) with an emphasis on ‘learning by doing’



September 2020

Advanced Math Club

Being in the advanced Math Club means you are already comfortable with general mathematics and you are now looking to elevate that knowledge alongside other learners as well.



September 2020

Japanese Club

We help students learn and develop overall Japanese language skills along with cultural literacy that will provide students with the confidence to use Japanese in different settings. Language and culture go hand in hand, so learning more about the culture and how it inspires the language will bring it alive in a fun and meaningful way that benefits all learners at any level. We will work with you to set goals that meet your interests and needs!



September 2020

Sr. Startup Club

Senior club is going to push you to move in the right direction when it comes to starting a company. Thinking like an entrepreneur isn’t just about starting your own business, it’s about seeing opportunities where others don’t.



September 2020

VR Club

The VR Club will meet weekly in virtual reality to discuss apps we have tried, learn new skills, work on VR challenges, play games together in VR and get to know each other.



August 2020

Creativity with Coding

If you are a beginner at coding, created numerous projects, or are somewhere in between, there’s always something to learn in the world of coding. You are required to complete a Scratch-Tac-Toe activity before joining the club just to get the basics of how Scratch works.



August 2020

Jr. Startup Club

You will learn how to think like an entrepreneur of course! Whether your goal is to own your own business or simply to look at the world from the perspective of an innovator, this club will teach you how to be a producer instead of a consumer.



July 2020

Teen High Noon Film Club

Students have the chance to be their own film director. They meet weekly with other filmmaking fans where they will learn tips and tricks, share personal projects they are working on and find support within the community. They will learn how to add new ideas, tools and hacks to their own movies too. Of course, once it is done they will have the opportunity to watch the projects together and celebrate the big premiere.



July 2020

Teen Debate Club

Are you interested in politics, sports, art, history, environment, society? Knowing how to gather the most important points about a topic and deliver it to an audience is a skill that will benefit you throughout your life. Debate skills are useful when interviewing for jobs, networking, having meetings, and giving presentations. Learning the art of communication and persuasion comes in handy in lots of different life situations. You will become confident speaking in front of people you don’t know, in telling them something you feel passionate about in a way they will understand.



July 2020

Youth Debate Club

Become confident in speaking in front of others. Students will learn how to do research and how to identify fake news. Debates will help students to become open minded, critical thinkers. Problem solving in a team, persuading opponents, but also finding compromises are skills students will need for the challenges of the 21st century.



June 2020

Global Citizenship Club

Meet weekly with peers interested in travel and world culture to share experiences, viewpoints and discuss different travel related topics. Each week there will be an optional research project chosen by the participants.



June 2020

High Noon Film Making Club

Students have the chance to be their own film director. They meet weekly with other filmmaking fans and learn tips and tricks, share personal projects they are working on and find support within the community adding new ideas, tools and hacks to their own movies. And, of course, once is done they watch the projects all together and celebrate the premiere.



June 2020

Music Club

Students meet weekly with other music lovers and share their favourite songs and music. Ideal for students who play an instrument, love singing, write poems/lyrics or are learning to work with samples and beats or to DJ. Also open to anyone who loves and appreciates music, even as a listener! Students will be taught song analysis and structure, and can find collaborators to work on their own musical projects and gain feedback within their community. They’ll be taught how to record their work and make it available for others to hear.



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 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

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

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

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

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

Science Club

We will share new and amazing Strange Science Facts with each other. Students will be challenged to explore scientific principles and will have the chance to try science demos.



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

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.