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Holiday Spirit Week:


Holiday Spirit Week Flyer

Monday, December 16: Long Winter's Nap
Wear your PJs to School
Buy a Candy Gram to send to a friend in the Student Center at lunch

Tuesday, December 17: Crazy Holiday Garb
Wear your favorite holiday gear (hat, elf ears, antlers, headbands, ties and jewelry
Donate a toy to Toys for Tots!  Drop off items in the bins in each House

Wednesday, December 18: Winter Wonderland
It's a :"Snow Day"!  Where all white!
Donate old socks to the Outreach Club's Textile Drive

Thursday, December 19: Ugly Sweater Day
Wear your ugliest Holiday sweater and visit the Selfie Station in the Student Center
Contest in the Student Center before school.
Sign up online.

Friday, December 20: Candy Cane Day
Be Sweet to Others and Dress in GHS Colors - RED AND WHITE.




Speaking Engagement:

Speaking Engagement with Satya Tripathi


The GHS Model UN and Environmental Action Clubs present a speaking engagement followed by Q&A with 

Satya Tripathi 
UN Environmental Programme
Assistant Secretary-General
Head of NY Office

10 AM - 11:30 AM
Saturday, December 4th
GHS Performing Arts Center


Textile Drive: 

The GHS Outreach Club and StressLess Club are partnering with the Harris Project and Fairco-Greentree Recycling to raise money that will support programs centered around teen substance misuse and mental health challenges. 

Collection Dates:  December 2-20

Items wanted: Unwanted clothes, shoes, bags, towels and sheets (no blankets or pillows). 

Donation bin location: 

  • GHS front glass corridor
  • GHS back gym parking lot
  • ARCH Street Teen Center
GHS Textile Drive Flyer

Contact Information:

Karen Foster
Director of Student Activities

Taryn Weiss
Assistant for Student Activities Office

Fax (203)863-8832


Student Activities Twitter Feed

Student Clubs:

Greenwich High School is committed to the co-curricular involvement of all students and to the development and recognition of student leaders. We believe that participation in school activities develops skills, provides direction in goal setting, and contributes ultimately to a positive school climate.

Please see our list of Student Clubs and Descriptions for more information about the clubs that exist at GHS. Please see our Alphabetical List of Clubs for information about meeting days and times, faculty mentor and student leaders. To view a list of clubs by meeting day, highlight column D, "Day of Meeting," go to DATA and then "Sort sheet by column D."

Students who have general questions regarding any co-curricular opportunities or students interested in starting a new club are encouraged to come to the Student Activities Office. Club specific questions should be addressed to the club advisor.

All students proposing a new club, must complete a “New Club” application in the Student Activities Office. You need the following to establish a new club: an interest from your classmates, a faculty advisor, and a meeting with the Director of Student Activities. Establishment of a new club will be decided on an individual basis.