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​STUDENT LIFE

Athletics


Prospect Heights Campus offers several sports for students to participate in throughout all seasons of the year. Most of our teams are offered through PSAL (Public School Atheletic League). The mission of the Public School Athletic League is to provide opportunities for educating students in physical fitness, character development and socialization skills through an atheltic program that fosters teamwork, discipline and sportmanship.

 

FALL PSAL SPORTS: Cross Country, Soccer, Swimming

 

WINTER PSAL SPORTS: Basketball, Swimming, Indoor Track

 

SPRING PSAL SPORTS: Cricket, Outdoor Track, Baseball, Double Dutch

SWIMMING

BASKETBALL

DOUBLE DUTCH

SOCCER

CRICKET

WEIGHT TRAINING

INDOOR/OUTDOOR TRACK

CROSS COUNTRY

BASEBALL

Clubs
 

At High School for Global Citizenship we offer other clubs as well that you are may be interested in joining:

  • Student Government

  • Girls Who Code Club

  • Game Design Club

  • Peer Leaders

  • Global Kids

  • Performing Arts (Purelements)

  • Step (Break the Stage)

 
National Honor Society

 

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. We have a chapter established at HSGC for current sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

 
Student Government

 

Student Government plays a big part in building the school culture. They plan many events and fundraisers including school assemblies, parties, and candy-gram events. They also play an integral role on the School Leadership Team as representatives of student voice of the school. Student Government meetings occur every other week.

 
Game Design Club   (Playing 4 Keeps)
 

This club is being brought by Global Kids' Online Leadership Program in partnership with Hofstra University. It is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Our students learn to create games about local and global social issues in order to promote global awareness and engaged citizenship. The online games becomes a form of youth media