At Glebe, there are tons of clubs, sports teams, and organizations; the goal is to make high school enjoyable for each student! Clubs are a big part of Glebe, and we recommend that each student gets involved whenever possible. 

The Heads of Clubs meetings are held in Room 120 the first Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise stated). Clubs can book events, and promote involvement, during these meetings.

Our Clubs

Where and when do they meet?

Students' Council

Students' Council is made up of students, who are elected at the beginning of June the previous year, who meet weekly to organize events to better the school community. Students' Council leads several initiatives unique to Glebe, including the annual Food Drive and Cheo Drive, while making each school year fun and memorable.


Athletic Council

Because I Am A Girl.

Tuesday at lunch in room 138.

BIAAG in room 222.

Best Buddies

This rewarding club pairs up students of the ECL class with members of the group. This group hosts movie nights, dances, free throw competitions, and always maintains a welcoming environment.

When and as announced

Chess Club and Bollywood Classics

Thursday at lunch in room 411.

Debate Club

The members of this team love to argue and they have opinions on just about everything. They participate in competitions, and they work on their arguments, public speaking skills, and their art of debating.

Every Thursday at lunch in room 325



Rainbow Alliance

GSA strives to change perceptions on gender and sexuality rules. They offer a welcoming and safe environment for anyone who wishes to join, showing everyone that nothing will define them. Their mandate is love is love, no matter what gender or sexual preference.

Monday at lunch in room 223

 Indigenous Awareness Club

Indigenous Awareness Club raises awareness on Indigenous issues in Canada and plans events to get Glebe students involved in reconciling the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples in Canada
 Wednesdays at lunch in room 333

K.E.Y. Club

K.E.Y. Club is a huge organization, spread across Canada. Their goal is to give back to the community, any way possible. They hold several fundraisers yearly, while giving students an opportunity to earn some volunteer hours!

Every Thursday at lunch in room 412

Link Crew

Link Crew's main goal is to help grade 9 students in any way possible. This crew wants tointegrategrade 9's into school spirit, functions, and academia. They hold movie nights, and keep them informed all year long!




Reach for the Top

Glebe's Reach for the Top club ponders questions daily, and compete to see who is the most mentally fit. They answer a variety of questions, and host several competitions amongst themselves.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday at lunch

in room 304


Glebe's Robotics team is a dedicated group of students, who come together and design state-of-the-art robots. They take their creations to competitions, to win prizes and bragging rights.

Monday and Wednesday after school


Wednesday and Friday at lunch


Playing the world’s most popular and greatest word game, scrabble, members learn new and foreign words daily. Always accepting new members, the club loves learning more about English words.

Thursdays at lunch in room 314



Stage Crew

This small and talented group of students run all of our assemblies and events behind the scenes. They are all dedicated and work hard with sounds, lights, and curtains.




Those Who Initiate Greener Spaces

T.W.I.G.S. plays a huge role in helping the planet. They find ways to reduce our impact on the environment, and raise money to assure Glebe remembers to protect our surroundings.



Yearbook remains a big part of Glebe. They're always taking pictures, capturing the memories, then representing them in the annual yearbooks. Students can buy yearbooks throughout the year to remember their year.


 Youth Amnesty Club

Student activists have always been at the frontlines of human rights: from standing in front of tanks in Tiananmen Square to petitioning governments to abolish the death penalty, students are there. There is no better way to become involved in human rights and global issues than to join the Amnesty International Youth & Student program. It's one of the largest youth activist programs in Canada .

 Fridays at lunch in room 333.
Writing Club

We write. In a safe space. Writing ability optional. Everyone is welcome. 
 Mondays at lunch in the Library HUB

World Action Club

This club's members are passionate about 'Being the Change' to make the world a better place, through raising awareness and activating change at the local, national and international level. They host coffee houses and a variety of other events. 

Tuesdays at lunch in room 333


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