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Charles Spencer High School
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Musical Theatre

Charles Spencer offers a world-class musical theater program for students. A large production is staged each year which includes students performers, musicians and artists. This years musical will be "Little Shop of Horrors". Interested students should see Ms. Mitchell.  


Geek Club
Do you like Dr. Who, Magic the Gathering, Firefly, Anime, Manga, board games etc? If so, this club is for you! Geek Club welcomes any students who feel inspired by their nerdy and creative side . Interested students should see Mrs. Webster.


The Maverick Movement

 

The Maverick Movement is involved in philanthropic activities. They organize activities and fund-raising  events in the school to raise awareness of individuals and groups that don't have a voice. The Maverick Movement is open to all interested students at Charles Spencer! The group will be travelled to Nicaragua during Spring 2015 to build a school for a local community.

 

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Students interested in the Maverick Movement should see Ms. Penner.

 

The Charles Spencer GSA (Gender & Sexuality Alliance) Club

 

The Charles Spencer GSA (Gender & Sexuality Alliance) is an organization for students that consists of both students and teachers.  We meet weekly, with the ultimate goal of making the Charles Spencer environment as inclusive as possible.  The club gives students an outlet to feel welcomed, express themselves and their concerns, and to learn.  Our vision for the future is that the club becomes student driven with teachers there as supports and not necessarily leaders.  These students leaders will learn to advocate for themselves, learn about LGBT issues, and work towards educating the Charles Spencer family on these issues.

 

Interact Club

 

Interact gives students the chance to make a real difference while having fun. Interact has a membership of over 250,000 youth in more than 11,000 clubs worldwide. Every Interact club carries out two service projects a year: one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Every Interact club project, great or small, has a lasting impact on society worldwide.

 

Clubs meet at least twice a month and are sponsored by their local Rotary club.

 

Interact club members:

 

  • serve their local community
  •  connect with community leaders
  • develop leadership skills
  •  reach out to communities in need
  • make international connections
  • discover more opportunities to connect with RYLA, and Youth Exchange

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Destination Imagination

Destination Imagination (DI) is a global program that fosters creativity, imagination and real world problem-solving skills in a fun, competitive environment. 


Maverick Radio

Weekly live Broadcasts. They meet at lunch on Mondays and Broadcast at lunch on Fridays. See Mr. Brown or the website for more details. https://sites.google.com/gppsd.ab.ca/maverick-radio/home.


Food and Faith

 Meets on Thursdays at lunch in room 208.


Tea Club

Whether you’re just getting into tea, you’re a tea fanatic or you’re just looking to socialize, Tea Club is for you!  Tea Club is a drop-in club that gathers on Wednesdays from 11:30a.m.-12:30p.m. in Room 130, where students of all grades go to play card games, to hang out with peers, read and drink tea. Everyone is welcome! 


Model UN Club

The Maverick MUN gets together every Thursday (in Mr. Wiebe’s room) to discuss solutions to problems the world may be facing. We have local and provincial conferences where you get to meet new people and explore their perspective. In February 2020, the club will be travelling to Edmonton, Alberta, for the annual provincial HSMUN conference. If you are interested in political sciences, debates, and meeting new people with the same hobbies as you, this club is for you!

MESS Club 

The Maverick Environmental Stewardship Student Club has been working on their compost bins to divert food waste from the landfill as compost gives food the ability to decompose at a much higher rate. As a club their goal is to create an environmentally conscious culture at Charles Spencer. They want students to be able to recognize how their waste habits affect the environment and give them options to reduce negative impacts.   They meet Wednesdays at lunch in M1.

Health and Wellness Club 

Mme. Nearing and Mrs. Roy lead the school’s Health Club which meets every Thursday at 11:30 in the library to talk about student health and how to improve it.


Adventurers Guild 

Meets Thursdays after school in the Library.


Jazz Choir
Do you love to sing? Come and check out the Charles Spencer Jazz Choir. See Ms. Mitchell for more information.

Ladies Choir

For young woman that love singing the classical repertoire. See Mrs. Mitchell for more information.