School Clubs

We offer many opportunities for students to uncover, unpack, develop, and share their God-given talents and abilities

We have so many wonderful opportunities to share our interests with each other outside of the classroom. No matter which grade, there is something fun going on for everyone! 

Our School Clubs

Chess Club

Junior and Senior Chess Clubs run during recess from January to March. Chess clubs can offer numerous benefits, such as improving critical thinking, strategic planning, and problem-solving skills. They also promote concentration, sportsmanship, and camaraderie among students. 

Chapel Club

Chapel Club is open to everyone from grade 5 to 8 and runs between January to June. Incorporating both theatre and music, there are many opportunities to perform, including special chapel services, interpreting different messages through the arts.

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is for everyone from grade 4 to 8, and compete in 2 age groups: Junior (grade 4-6) and Senior (grade 7-8). Book lists are published in November so there is plenty of time to read and re-read the books selected, and to discuss them in depth with the group before competition time in April.

Student Council

This group is made up of class representatives from all years, grade 1 to 8. Two students from each class are voted by their peers and they serve for the entire school year. Student Council organise events such as Fall Funday and Spring Funday. 


Choir is open to everyone from grade 5 to 8 and runs between September and December. There are many opportunities for the choir to perform, including special chapel services and our Christmas concert. In recent times they have even performed at Guelph Storms matches!


We offer an engaging band club for grades 7 and 8 where students can explore their musical talents and collaborate to create beautiful melodies.

Young Reporters Club

Our Young Reporter's Club (YRC) offers students an exciting opportunity to explore diverse writing styles such as journalism, storytelling, and editorial work. The articles crafted by our young reporters are not only honing their skills but are also featured across various media outlets within the school community, amplifying their voices and creativity.

Pledging to GCCS

Donation pledges represent the generous commitment of donors to contribute a specified amount of money to an organization over a predetermined period. These pledges can take the form of conditional donations, where payment is contingent upon the fulfillment of certain conditions, or unconditional donations, which are given without any specific requirements or stipulations.