Adventure Club

  • Adventure Club provides students the opportunity to participate in a variety of outdoor activities that will stretch them outside of their comfort zones. By participating in a certain number of activities, each student can earn free hiking boots and an Adventure Club jacket.

    Who is Adventure Club for?

    Students in grades 8-12. Participation is free!

    When does Adventure Club meet? 

    Every Tuesday from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in Room 1107

    Club Advisors 

    Mrs. Newton, snewton@genvalley.org
    Mr. Bradt, dbradt@genvalley.org

GVCS Adventure Club
  • Potential Adventure Club Experiences

    • High ropes – in Ellicottville
    • Kayaking
    • Geocaching
    • Hiking in state parks
    • Rock climbing
    • Ski/snowboard trip in Vermont
    • Cross country skiing in Allegany State Park
    • White water rafting in Letchworth State Park
    • Backpacking trip
  • Sky High Aerial Adventure Park | October 23

     
    The first trip of the GVCS Adventure Club will be going to the Sky High Aerial Adventure Park in Ellicottville. The trip is scheduled for Saturday, October 23 and is free to the first 20 students in grades 8-12!
     
    The Aerial Adventure Park is a series of platforms and bridges in a 5-acre section of the woods at Holiday Valley. The platforms are built in the trees and the bridges and zip lines connect the platforms. The bridge may be a log, hanging chunks of wood or other obstacles or ladders and the challenge is to get across to the next platform!
     
    The bus will leave the school at 9:45 a.m. on October 23 and return around 3:00.
  • Generator Z

    Funding for the GVCS Adventure Club is provided by Generator Z.

    Launched in 2020, Generator Z is a teen-led initiative to reimagine the future of afterschool. More than 1,000 'Generators' from across Southeast Michigan and Western New York shared their afterschool experience and insight online. Afterschool providers stepped up with ideas to turn that teen insight into action. Over 90 providers across both regions received $4 million to bring their ideas to life in the next year and [organization name] is one of them!

    Generator Z is driven by teens and powered by Lakeshore Connections with support from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation. Learn more at www.generator-z.org.