The Anchor Club is a national club organization for girls sponsored by the Pilot International Woman’s Professional Club. In addition to adequate scholastic standing, a girl must have good citizenship, possess leadership qualities, and be willing to serve the school and community. Membership is by invitation.
The Art Club is a social club for students who love art, including those who cannot fit the course work into their schedules. Art is a wonderful hands-on activity that allows students to expand on their creativity.
The purpose of the John Carroll Book Club is to expose students to literature that is not covered in a traditional classroom setting; that students may wish to become more familiar with; that are growing in terms of modern attention; etc. It is the wish of the students to not only read, but to experience and understand the books covered by engaging in group discussion, exploring themes presented by the author, and partaking in activities related to the happenings of the book. By this, the John Carroll Book Club seeks to open its members' eyes to the multiple perspectives one can gain only by turning a page and reading on.
Christian Service Interact
The purpose of the Christian Service Interact (CSI) is to provide students the opportunity to work together in a world dedicated to service and international understanding. Some of the goals of CSI are to recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity and to encourage and practice thoughtfulness and helpfulness to others.
The purpose of the Drama Club is designed for those students interested in theater, including those who cannot fit the course work into their schedules. Members study various aspects of theater, help with school productions, and attend local performances.
Faith & Spirituality Team
The Faith and Spirituality Team (F.A.S.T.) actively seeks students from all grade levels to meet, share, and grow in their faith. Members plan prayer services, liturgies, and fun opportunities for developing lasting friendships. In addition, club members engage in service opportunities and actively evangelize to our school and local community.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The purpose of this group challenges its members to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Values include service, integrity, teamwork, and excellence.
Foreign Language Club
We believe the opportunity to learn a new language is beneficial to our community because it helps us to gain knowledge of a group and culture that is different from our native one. This club allows students to learn another language and a place where local speakers can connect with each other in that language.
International Thespian Society
The International Thespian Society honors excellence in school theater. Members must earn at least 100 points from theater activities in order to join. Honors must then be earned by accumulating more points as a member. Auditions for scholarship opportunities are also available.
Mu Alpha Theta
This organization’s purpose is to stimulate interest in mathematics by providing public recognition of superior mathematical scholarship and by promoting various mathematical activities. Colleges and major universities recognize membership in Mu Alpha Theta as an important part of a student’s academic resume. Topics presented during club meetings, participation in our free mathematics competitions, and the interest generated by these activities help members to gain a greater understanding and enjoyment of mathematics.
This club offers members the opportunity to come together to learn and experience different cultures. Members gain knowledge and appreciation of other cultures through food, music, and interaction with people from various cultures.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) encourages students to excel scholastically and develop good character, service, and leadership qualities. In order to be a member, a student must be above average in the qualities enumerated and be selected by the faculty council. The society acts in a leadership capacity in promoting good scholarship throughout the school. Membership is by invitation. Membership criteria will be available to all students and parents.
Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica
This club is a nationally recognized honor society for Spanish language students, who are involved by invitation only.
Students Against Destructive Decisions
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is designed to help students deal with potentially destructive decisions in life such as driving drunk, drug abuse, and alcohol-use among high school students. SADD sponsors an informative assembly during Homecoming about drunk driving in order to help students make better decisions in their social lives.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is a leadership group of representatives chosen from each class to serve as a governing body for student affairs. Officers of the Student Government are elected in a school-wide balloting during the month of May. Also included in Student Government are the officers of each class. SGA’s principal purposes are as follows: (1) to develop attitudes of, and practices in, good citizenship, (2) to promote harmonious relations throughout the school, (3) to improve student-teacher relationships, (4) to improve school spirit, (5) to provide a forum for student expression, (6) to provide orderly direction of school activities, and (7) to promote general welfare and good order of the school.
Class Representatives' Responsibilities
- The Freshman Class is responsible for organizing a special Homecoming spirit activity.
- The Sophomore Class is responsible for assisting SGA with the Homecoming Dance.
- The Junior Class is responsible for Junior-Senior Prom.
- The Senior Class is responsible for the Senior Awards Dinner.