The Adventure Club is where you should be if you love to explore the world around you.
Sponsors: Scott McDermott firstname.lastname@example.org and Jonathan Rice email@example.com
The Marching Canes is an outstanding group of award winning percussion, and cymbal musicians, accompanied by our dance team, which makes for dynamic field shows. Dressed in our Silver and Blue, the band is a favorite at home sporting events, football games, and a celebrated performing ensemble at community events.
Sponsors: Courtney Rivers firstname.lastname@example.org
Leroy Spruill III
The Drone Club's mission is to train students to operate of small model drones and learn how to build and maintain. Future certification program will be available.
Sponsors: Terrance Tuck
There are 2 Robotics teams associated with FIRST, an international robotics organization. FIRST Tech Challenge, FTC, builds a smaller 18" robot. This team meets Tuesday’s after school at Inlet Grove. FIRST Robotics challenge, FRC, builds a bigger 120 lb robot and meets at 7071 Garden Rd. Both programs compete against other schools and build a new robot customized to meet a new game each year.
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The Key Club is a student-led organization that provides it's members with opportunities to perform service, build character and develop leadership both in and around our community.
Sponsors: Clotee Banks
The Students Against Melanoma Club's mission is to save lives through education about the prevention and early detection of skin cancer, especially melanoma.
Sponsors: Rebecca Blair firstname.lastname@example.org
VISION: “Our First Priority is to reach every teen in every public school of southeast Florida with the Gospel."
Sponsors: Brittany Bonner, email@example.com
Mary Paramore, Naywona Graham
The National Honor Society (NHS-IGHS) serves to recognize IGCHS students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. It also challenges its members to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service. Students are invited to join if their cum GPA is 3.25 or higher but will only receive the honors regalia (stole, medal, honor cord) if their cum GPA buy the end of the first semester of their senior year is 3.5 or higher.
Sponsors: Ma. Lourdes Reyes, Bradley Doby
Our SWAT Chapter (Students working Against Tobacco). Is a youth organization working to mobilize, educate and equip FLORIDA's youth to revolt against and de-glamorize BIG TOBACCO!
Sponsors: Clotee Banks
Inlet Grove, in partnership with The Urban League, is pleased to offer The TOP (Teen Outreach Program) Club. TOP’s unique focus is on reconnecting teens to their communities through transformational community service learning opportunities that are built into the program. Current junior and senior LPN students will be able to participate in this club which focuses on healthy relationships, critical thinking, goal-setting, decision making and personal reflection, exploration of their own values, human development, and community service learning.
Sponsors: Rebecca Blair
The Debate Club is an organization for students to prepare their oratory skills, debate methods, and rhetoric in front of peers. This club is in conjunction with the Debate Team and a good way to explore other types of events held within a debate tournament. Debate Team is an organization for students to sharpen their oratory skills, debate methods, and rhetoric for upcoming debates. This team is used in conjunction with the Debate Club to prepare, practice, and develop rhetorical skills.
Sponsors: Amy Bierer
The School Improvement Club otherwise known as S.I.C., is a student-governed organization formed by the students, for the students. The purpose of this club is to physically and academically improve the school. The S.I.C. Club has already planted a school garden and contributed to community service projects such as “After-School Cleanups”. They plan to maintain the garden and continue their current activities as well. Establish a mentoring program for underclassmen and other students in need of advice and organize interesting school events to engage the student body. S.I.C. club’s main focus is to better the experience of high school, one day at a time.
Sponsors: Scott McDermott
Sponsors: Billy Gira
- JOIN RHO KAPPA NATIONAL SOCIAL STUDIES HONOR SOCIETY TODAY!
Student requirements include:
- You must be a graduating senior and have completed at least one semester at inlet grove community high school. Completed four semesters of courses in the field of social studies a GPA of 3.0, and Cumulative GPA of 3.0 have “on-track” service credit hours, a letter of recommendation, actively participate in the rho kappa community service project
- Submit your form and application to club sponsor.
Sponsors: Jennifer Neltner
Make it happen! Every year our Year Book Club compiles and prints the ever lasting memories of your high school years for you to cherish forever.
Sponsors: Arenthia Baker, C.B. Hanif