What's Your Passion

Nearly all student participate in or lead multiple clubs or organizations while at Gann.

Student organizations provide social opportunities as well as experience in planning, collaborating, and leading. The block schedule offers clubs the chance to meet during the day without interrupting academics or having to stay after school.

Glimpse of Gann

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  • Student Council Sponsors Summit for Gann Leaders

    March 14, 2017
    Senior Perry Wallack had an idea. What if he brought together the school’s leaders — heads of clubs, captains of sports teams, student council reps— to learn how to become even better at what they do? He fleshed out his idea with fellow students, faculty and staff and recruited top Gann administrators to run hands-on workshops teaching leadership skills. The fruits of his labors will be on display at Gann’s first Student Leadership Summit— a half-day event at the school this coming Sunday. Wallack expects at least 30 student leaders to attend.
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  • Budding Diplomat Or Not, This Club is For You

    March 28, 2017
    Alex Bulanov isn’t old enough to drive, but he has represented Sudan in high-level talks at the UN about state-sponsored terrorism and Internet recruitment.

    The Model UN, that is.
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  • ShenaniGanns Chosen to Compete in WGBH Sing That Thing!

    April 7, 2017
    Set your DVRs to WGBH TV on Friday, April 28 at 8:30 pm. when Gann’s a cappella group, ShenaniGanns, competes to win the station’s third annual Sing That Thing! competition. Gann is one of 18 choral groups — six high schools, six colleges and six adult groups—that advanced to round one of the contest, based on audition videos. It’s the second year in a row ShenaniGanns has received this honor.
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