The following organizations are available for student sign-up yearly.
Student Council is a group of Academy students that make up the student government of the school. Students are elected by their peers to be the voice of the student body to the faculty and administration of Guardian Angels. Council members must have a strong moral character, a good behavior record, and portray a positive role model to all students.
Student Council is responsible for planning Academy celebrations, organizing the Pep Rally, gathering gifts for the faculty, staff, and administration during teacher appreciation week, and selling a variety of snack and seasonal items during Academy lunch. Each year, Student Council selects a charity to receive all fundraiser profits. This year’s charity is Seedlings. They are based out of Livonia and make braille books for children.
Service Squad is a group of Academy students dedicated to serving the teachers. Membership begins in early September when students have the opportunity to sign up to share their time and gifts. They are assigned to a teacher for the year and volunteer their time after school. In the past, our members have helped in the art room with organizing lessons and supplies, in the science lab helping prepare items for future labs, in the kindergarten or preschool room with organization and lesson preparation, and in the library with book collection and shelving. Service Squad is a great opportunity for students to contribute to our school community.
National Junior Honor Society
NJHS is a national organization whose mission is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to influence a desire to offer service, to encourage leadership, to develop character, and to promote citizenship. This is a co-curricular activity that actively supports the academic goals of the school and provides opportunities for service to the school and the community. The National Junior Honor Society is open to students in Grade 8 who meet the academic requirements.
Guardian Angels National Junior Honor Society has participated in or facilitated the following activities:
- Toys for Tots – 140+ toy and games collected for the needy
- Christmas Candy Cane Sale to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project
- Recycle Teams collect recycled paper and plastic on a weekly basis.
- Members meet weekly to share their time at Mary’s Children Family Center, an adult day care center.
- Members have biweekly meetings to discuss their activities and fundraisers. They provide service to their classmates by organizing activities for the students in grades 6-8.
Fifth graders have the opportunity to sign up to become members of Safety Patrol. They are responsible for overseeing their younger peers as they enter and exit the building. Safety Patrol also helps the younger children out of cars as the arrive to school. Safety Patrol members who exhibit leadership qualities can be selected to continue their roles as Safety Officers as they enter the Academy. These students are responsible for overseeing the duties and behavior of the fifth grade members.