Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Clubs
The Glenbrook North Science, Technology, Engineering and Math clubs provide an enriching environment where students can engage in hands-on activities, cutting-edge experiments and collaborative projects.
By exploring these disciplines, students ignite their curiosity and develop a passion for STEM. By actively participating in these clubs, students acquire valuable knowledge and develop critical thinking, problem-solving and collaborative skills. The clubs at inspire innovation and creativity, paving the way for students’ future achievements in STEM-related careers.
Coding club teaches students the fundamentals of computer programming, provides a space to develop coding projects, and our club competes in coding competitions.
Engineering Club is dedicated to promoting all engineers and scientists as well as inspiring girls at GBN to follow their academic interests to a career in engineering.
Girls Who Code is dedicated to introducing young women and non-binary teens to the world of computer science. Members of the club will learn the basics of programming, participate in group projects, and gain insight from speakers.
Science Club is designed to fuel the passion of students who possess a love of active, hands-on science experiences. Members are dedicated and eager to work both individually and collaboratively in a variety of science-related disciplines. Competitions, such as Science Olympiad and Science Fair, will be available as opportunities emerge. The club is open to all interested students and meets weekly.
Spartan Medical Club is for anyone interested in learning about the field of medicine. Medicine effects multiple areas of our lives. So, whether your thinking of a career in medicine or have a strong interest in the sciences, this club is for you. The club meets twice a month throughout the school year. Meetings may consist of invited clinical speakers, hands-on activities, and/or trips to local hospital or clinics.