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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.

Student Clubs and Organizations

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  • App Development Club

    The App Development Club works as a team to produce apps from scratch for iOS and Android. Members have the choice to learn about app development using XCode (Swift language) or Android Studio (Java). 
  • Art Club

    Art Club focuses on all things art. Members spend time learning about art history and exploring 2D and 3D art, photography, and graphic design through techniques and styles associated with each medium.  
  • Business Club

    Business Club meets regularly to talk about recent business news and to educate members about being successful in the world of business.
  • Chess Club

    Chess Club meets weekly to play and discuss chess.
  • Coding Club

    Coding club members collaborate either individually or in groups on programming-related projects that interest them. Members have the opportunity to learn the basics of coding, computer programming, and video game development. 
  • Community Organizing for Progressive Activism (COPA)

    COPA is the progressive group on campus. Members work on many different issues including gun control and the environment.
  • Conservative Club

    Conservative Club is a place for people with any and all opinions to come together and discuss current events. Members bring in speakers throughout the year who represent various political affiliations and viewpoints. 
  • Cooking Club

    Cooking club is a fun opportunity for students at Gann to learn how to cook new and exciting dishes, and to learn about different types of cuisine. 
  • Deans' Advisory Board

    The Deans' Advisory Board represents the perspective of the student body in discussing issues brought forth by both the students and the grade deans. The dilemmas brought up can range anywhere from individual students' incidents or disciplinary issues to problems that specific grades would like to address, such as driving privileges for juniors. The board consists of two elected student representatives from each grade and a representative from Student Council.
  • Environment Club

    Environment Club aims to raise awareness about environmental issues among the Gann student body. The group strives to increase Gann’s commitment to sustainable resources and members participate in lobbying, fundraising, and volunteer work within the larger communities.   
  • Femininjas

    Feminijas are dedicated to creating a space for open dialogue about feminism and women’s issues. Members meet weekly to discuss issues surrounding gender and equality. Membership is open to anyone regardless of gender identity and views on feminism/the feminist movement—new perspectives are always welcome! 
  • Film Club

    Film Club provides a space for movie-lovers of all kinds, from the relaxed “hobby-watchers” to those deeply invested and interested in the art of filmmaking. Through observation, discussion, and debate, members learn from one another about the art of filmmaking and story-telling. 
  • Future Students in Medicine

    The Future Students in Medicine club is for students interested in pursuing a career in the field of medicine. Members have the opportunity to learn more about different jobs and hear from professionals in the field. 
  • Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

    The GSA creates a place where people can get together in a comfortable and safe environment and talk about gender and sexuality. People of all genders and sexualities are welcome. 
  • Grateful Dead Club

    Grateful Dead Club is an attempt to reestablish the once prolific feeling that, yes, there is a place for everyone. The Dead’s music is known for its free-flowing expansiveness and its unique capacity to fraternize chaos with order. Members come together weekly to jam as a group.  
  • Heifers for Israel

    Through dialogue with students, faculty, and speakers, Heifers for Israel helps the Gann community learn more about Israel, develop a stance on Israel, and be inspired to take action.  Heifers provides resources and opportunities for students to be involved in the many streams of Israel activism.
  • Innovation Club

    Innovation is about transforming ideas into new or improved products, processes, and services. Members have the opportunity to hear professionals speak about the incredible process of innovation and to take periodic field trips.  
  • Junior State of America (JSA)

    JSA is a non-partisan organization for students interested in debate, political action, and activism. Members meet often to discuss current events and organize debates. Members also attend regional conventions several times a year. 
  • Knitting Circle

    All levels of knitters, from novice to expert, gather weekly in the library to learn the traditional craft of knitting, work on projects, and enjoy the company of fellow knitting enthusiasts. Library staff provide knitting supplies, coaching, and ideas for knitting projects. Those who prefer to crochet are also welcome. 
  • Lace Up (Sports Magazine)

    Lace Up is Gann’s sports magazine covering professional sports and fantasy football news. It is a student-run publication that welcomes all those with an interest in sports.  
  • Library Student Group

    Library Student Group members share their passion for reading with peers, take on a leadership role in what goes on in the library, and work on book-related upcycling projects. Meetings include guest speakers on a variety of topics and there are always tasty snacks in between the stacks! 
  • Lit Mag

    Lit Mag is Gann’s literary magazine. The magazine accepts submissions throughout the year from any Gann student. During weekly meetings, there is an open panel for editing and discussing submitted works. At the end of the year, Lit Mag publishes Loose Ends, Gann’s literary magazine, which is a compilation of Gann student work.  
  • Math Team

    Math Team meets weekly to do math and logic puzzles, and to compete in weekly Math Madness, an online, team-based competition against other schools around the country. 
  • Mock Trial

    Mock Trial team members participate in Massachusetts Bar mock trial competitions. These competitions simulate real-world trial cases, and members play the roles of either a witness or a lawyer. 
  • Model UN

    Model UN for students interested in global affairs and debate. Members have the opportunity to take on the role of United Nations delegates and simulate committees at regional competitions. Members learn about the world, and develop public speaking and presentation skills. 
  • Music Club

  • NCSY Club

    NCSY is an organization founded by the Orthodox Union and it is dedicated to connecting, inspiring, and empowering Jewish teens worldwide. Members participate in social events with Jewish teenagers in the New England area.  
  • NFTY

    NFTY is the Reform Jewish Youth Movement. The regional NFTY advisor visits Gann each month to run programs and engage students in Jewish life and social justice projects.  
  • Perspectives Magazine

    Perspectives is Gann’s op-ed and reflections publication. All students are welcome to submit pieces to be included. 
  • Poetry Club

    Poetry Club provides students with a venue to read and analyze poetry together and to share their own original works.  
  • Red Curtain Drama Club

    Red Curtain Drama Club members are responsible for choosing and producing the play and musical each year. The club meets weekly to play theater games and plan events. 
  • Shevuon Hatichon Newspaper

    The Shevuon is Gann’s student-run, weekly newspaper, that covers in-school happenings, and current events. Through monthly writers’ meetings, staff writers develop valuable journalistic skills such as conducting interviews and formatting proper news articles. Writers become stronger and more confident journalists as they produce more articles throughout the school year. 
  • Spanish Club

    The Spanish Club activities are designed to promote the study of the Spanish language and culture in a relaxed, social atmosphere. 
  • Sports Talk and Debate Club

    Sports Talk and Debate members discuss and debate all things sports. Topics range from recent games and players, to past legends and everything in between. All those with an interest in sports are welcome to join.  
  • Stock Market Club

    Stock Market Club is for students interested in learning about investing. Throughout the year, members track companies and index funds, and bring in speakers to help educate our members.  
  • Student Council

    Student Council is a group of students elected by peers to participate in designated areas of school government.
  • Tikkun Olam Union

    The Tikkun Olam Union works to “heal the world.” Members serve the community, both inside and outside of Gann, through volunteer work, fundraisers, and by spreading awareness about a variety of causes. 
  • Women in STEM

    Women in STEM supports and empowers female-identifying students interested in science, technology, engineering, math, and entrepreneurship. The group meets regularly for guest speakers, workshops, panel presentations, and field trips.  
  • Yachad Club

    Yachad is a Jewish organization that strives to include people with disabilities. The Yachad club plans inclusive activities and speaks about current events involving people with disabilities. Most importantly, members spend time learning about inclusion of people with disabilities and how we can work inclusion into our daily lives. 
  • Yearbook

    Yearbook Club designs, edits, and prints the annual school yearbook. In addition to designing pages, members assist with various other yearbook-related tasks, including selling yearbooks, photography, and eventually distribution.