The Voice Gavel Club

Gavel clubs are a way of providing the Toastmasters experience to groups who may be ineligible for regular membership due to age, or other circumstances. Following similar Toastmasters club meeting protocols, Gavel clubs use club officer titles and education manuals. However, gavel club members are referred to as “gaveliers”. Gavel clubs also provide Toastmasters members and clubs with an excellent opportunity for community service.

To form a Gavel club, a group must meet one of the following requirements:

  1. Must not be eligible to charter as a regular Toastmasters club
  2. Must include members who are under 18

To start a Gavel club, all groups must adhere to the following:

  1. Must have the approval or endorsement of its host institution
  2. Must use the program, procedures, materials and services of Toastmasters International
  3. Must apply to Toastmasters International for a Certificate of Affiliation

To start a Gavel club, all groups must adhere to the following:

Board Games Club

The Board Gamers are a group of students who have a passion for playing modern boardgames. They gather at non-competitive events at the Campus.

Our students love learning new games, love teaching their favourite games, and enjoy the social interaction of playing with others. They treat each other with respect and welcome new members who are interested in learning more about their hobby.

Art Club

In person + Online

The study of art can be an outlet and can provide quite a few significant benefits to high school students. Art can relieve stress, which can be a new and intense emotion for high schoolers. Once ensconced in an art club, students may need to brainstorm for new activities to stoke their creative fires.

A high school art club curriculum is diverse and beneficial on many levels for art students. Teens can collaborate with other artists in the school, further develop their techniques and learn new ones, expand their portfolio and more.

Robotic Club

This Club inspires students to be science and technology leaders and innovators by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.

Personal Development Club

Facilitator’s training sessions include covering the mind-body connection, self esteem, life & spiritual, and kindness. Students learn how belief can heal, how emotions can have a physical impact on the body, how visualisation alters the brain, and even simple techniques to boost your immune system. You’ll also learn insights and practical tools & strategies to enable you to harness the mind-body connection to help facilitate recoveries to aid overall wellness. Even, Academic Anxiety or Procrastination can be assisted through individual/Group therapy sessions. You will also learn how to groom yourself in terms of dress sense, create photo shoots, build confidence, and so much more.

And you can ask questions about anything you’re unsure of. Individual interviews are conducted online or in person by the Facilitator.

Important Note: Students/Teachers can send proposals to start any clubs.