School Belonging

  • The more meaningful you make your high school experience, chances are you'll want to attend and make good grades. There are so many ways to become involved and enjoy your time as a Trojan. Plus, participating in extra-curricular activities or volunteering in your community makes a you a competitive applicant to college or for a job opportunity. It shows you are well-rounded and able to interact well with others.

  • Clubs and Organizations. Don't have an interest on this list? See a teacher, counselor, or administrator for more information on starting a new club.

    Career Development Opportunities like job shadowing, internships, mock interviews, resume writing, and Career Tech. Ed. course offerings. Contact Ms. Daughenbough in room 301 for more info!

    Trojan Athletics. Also take a peek at this Garner Trojans 2015 NCHSAA State 4A Championship Highlites video to sense how meaningful being a part of a team can be.

    GMHS JROTC

    GMHS Fine Arts

    Volunteering

    Summer Opportunities. Don't let the summer pass you by. Use the time wisely to participate in camps, leadership seminars, volunteerism, and much more to begin building your resume.

    If you're nervous about attending a club or activity for the first time alone, see your teacher or counselor. We can introduce you to a top-notch Trojan in your club of interest who enjoys helping others and can go with you for the first time!

  • Let Me Tell You (LMTY)

    Let Me Tell You (LMTY) is a new website that is part of the CFNC.org set of products and services. Students can get advice on succeeding in high school, applying to college and more, all through short form videos that are answering pre-determined questions.

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