Seycove Secondary
North Vancouver School District
Seycove Clubs

Clubs for the 2021-2022 School Year are under review and updated information will be posted when available.  


Seycove Clubs are being updated continually, the list below is a representation of some of the clubs but there are many more: 


Want to be an International Student Ambassador?                  

See Mr. Earl for more information!

  • Open to grade 8 - 12 students wanting to help enhance the experience of our International students
  • Help plan social events such as: welcome BBQ, social activities, sporting events, etc
  • Accumulate volunteer service hours
  • Make new friends and global contacts
  • Learn about other cultures


Mondays - Green Club: a club focused on making a positive environmental difference for Seycove and our surrounding communities.  Students talk about their own carbon footprints and ways to make a difference.  They work together on fundraiser and awareness campaigns, including specific projects to implement here at Seycove. The club is sponsored by Ms. Nicholson and Ms. Maxwell.

This club is open to all students, grade 8-12 Mondays at lunch in Room 220.


Tuesdays - Student Council: This group works together to put on events for the Seycove student community. Teacher sponsors - Mr. Barnes and Ms. Knapp.  The group is open to all students and meets Tuesdays at lunch in room 201.


Tuesdays & Thursdays - Chess Club: Open to all students, grade 8-12. Lunch in room 209. The club is sponsored by Ms. Brady.

This club runs January to March.


Model UN Club: Ms. Petra Willemse


Book Club:  Ms. Petra Willemse


Fridays - Best Buddies: Open to all students. Meets in the Art Room - 308. Teacher sponsor - Margie Arnold


Fridays - Gender Sexuality Alliance Club (GSA): this is an activist club concerned with celebrating diversity and raising awareness around gender and sexual orientation.  Students discuss issues affecting their own lives and the club works on specific goals around inclusion and awareness projects like school-wide assemblies, information boards, resources for youth, gender neutral washrooms and advocacy.  Each member takes on a role so that we can cover a decent amount at each meeting. The club is sponsored by Ms. Yeo.

This club is open to all students, grade 8-12 and meets Fridays at lunch in portable 25.