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Cultural and Identity Awareness Clubs


Glenbrook North’s Cultural and Identity Awareness Clubs offer an inclusive environment for students to participate in shared experiences and open dialogue to understand and appreciate the unique cultural backgrounds and identities that make up the school community.

By actively engaging in various activities and discussions, the clubs promote unity and harmony by providing valuable insight into different cultures, traditions and perspectives.

Cultural and Identity Awareness Clubs & Organizations Directory

The GBN Black Student Union (GBN-BSU) is a cultural club that aims to spark discussion and awareness about issues affecting the African American community. Our goal is to provide a safe space for students to learn about and explore different perspectives and diverse stories that make up American society.

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The Hellenic Club is a student-sponsored club, open to all. The focus of the club revolves around developing an appreciation for the Greek Culture. The Hellenic Club stresses a relaxed atmosphere, which is geared towards a fun experience for all. Activities include charity projects, movies, cultural discussions, and excursions such as dinner at a Greek restaurant, among other pursuits.

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The Slavic Culture Club exists for the purpose of not only uniting those who are already part of the Slavic Culture to connect to their roots and with their fellow students but also to become more aware of all the different and fascinating Slavic cultures. Anyone who wishes to join is welcome.

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Unidos is a club that focuses on bringing together Glenbrook North’s Latino and Hispanic communities. Our meetings consist of ice breakers, games, movies, and long-term projects revolving around Latino culture.

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The World Languages Honor Society at GBN strives to promote the study of all languages offered here on our campus both within the classroom and beyond. Society members understand that language is a means of connecting persons of different origins and backgrounds. The society aims to recognize high scholastic achievement and linguistic proficiency in the study of world languages, create connections through the celebration of culture and foster global citizenship within our student body.

Current members and new inductees are advised to check our Google Classroom page for updates on meetings and events.

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