STUDENT LIFE

Alpha Peer Ministry

Alpha is a peer ministry group which has the two-fold purpose of helping the members grow in their relationship with God and other people, and also serves as a leadership group of spiritual growth within the school and local community. Membership is by invitation.


Anchor Club

The Anchor Club is a national organizations for girls sponsored by the Pilot International Woman's Professional Club. Besides 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.


Christian Service Interact Club

The purpose of Interact is to provide young people the opportunity to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. Some of the goals of Interact are to recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity and to encourage and practice thoughtfulness of and helpfulness to others.


Drama Club

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.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

This group challenges members to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Values include service, integrity, teamwork, and excellence.


Guitar Club

This club will bring together students who might enjoy both playing and listening to various styles of guitar music. The club can be a vehicle to help integrate International and American students.


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

Mu Alpha Theta is an organization whose 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.


Multicultural Club

This club offers members the opportunity to come together to learn about 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 encourages students to excel scholastically and at the same time to 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.


NiHao Club

The purpose of the NiHao Club is to celebrate the similarities and differences between American and Chinese cultures. Throughout the year students will explore and gain awareness of Chinese cultural events and lifestyle. All cultures are unique, but humanity is a shared experience. The NiHao Club is open to all who have a desire to increase awareness of the world in which we live.


Ping Pong

Ping Pong club is a social club for those who love to play the game of ping pong. Ping Pong is a great activity that will improve one's eye/hand coordination.


SADD

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 driving drunk in order to help students make better decisions in their social lives.


Student Government

Student Government is a highly active group of representatives chosen from each homeroom to serve as a governing body for student affairs. Officers of the Student Government are elected in school-wide balloting during the month of May. Also included in Student Government are the officers of each class. Student Government's principal purposes are as follows:

  • To develop attitudes of, and practices in, good citizenship
  • To promote harmonious relations throughout the school
  • To improve student-teacher relationships
  • To improve school spirit
  • To provide a forum for student expression
  • To provide orderly direction of the school activities
  • To promote the general welfare and good order of the school

Youth For Life

Youth For Life members seek to become better informed about the world-wide and diocesan Respect Life Movement in order to serve in promoting a greater respect on campus for life.