What is there to do at George Charles Secondary?
At the George Charles Secondary School we understand that the best students strike a balance between academic pursuits and extra and co-curricular activities. We believe in developing well rounded young people through structured exposure to activities catered to developing creativity, self esteem, self worth, civic responsibility and leadership. There are a variety of formal and informal school clubs and organisations that cater to student development. Whether you are a talented artist, performer, singer or avid sports person, there is a little bit of something for every student at the George Charles Secondary School.
Vibrant Sports Program
Under the leadership of Mr Elien and Mr Santiestaban, the George Charles Secondary School has one of the most energetic sports program in the district.
With opportunities to develop Football, Cricket, Table Tennis, Basketball, and Track and Field skills, there are plenty of avenues for students to develop sporting acumen.
Theatre Arts and Visual Arts Excellence
George Charles Secondary has one of the best creative arts program in the country. We have become renowned among our peers for our creative excellence in the areas of Theatre Arts and Visual Arts. Students are involved in all aspects of production from writing and choreography to makeup and set design. With the hosting of school shows such as the annual Tanbou Cultural Show and various art competitions, both internal and external, students have outlets to showcase how truly talented they are.
It is said that good leaders do not create followers but other leaders. Here at GCSS we strive to develop future leaders by creating opportunities for them to practice leadership traits and foster responsibility. With school organisations such as the George Charles Secondary School Cadet Corp, Young Leaders and Junior Achievement (JA), students can access leadership roles that can better prepare them for actual future leadership roles in their personal lives and communities. Great leaders are made not born!