Student Experience

Clubs and Activities

Our program of clubs and activities, for which faculty and staff serve as moderators, helps promote a sense of unity and family (community). Also, studies have shown that students involved in extracurricular activities, like sports or clubs, actually do better academically and are more involved socially at school and in the community. Activities and clubs meet during the school day and/or after school.

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  • Middle School

    • Academic Bowl
    • Art Club
    • Bell Choir
    • Book Club
    • Builder's Club
    • Chess Club
    • Debate
    • Engineering Club
    • Green Team
    • Math Counts
    • Middle School Choir
    • National Junior Honor Society
    • Student Ambassadors
    • World Language Clubs
    • Yearbook Club
  • Upper School

    Upper School students are encouraged to participate in at least three clubs and organizations per year. A “Club Fest” is held at the beginning of each academic year, and representatives provide information about their organizations for all students in grades 9-12
    • Academic Bowl Team
    • Art Club
    • Augustinian Youth Ministry (AYM)
    • Bowling Team
    • CH Acceptance & Inclusion (CHAI) Club
    • Chess Club
    • Debate
    • Dog Club
    • Film & Media
    • Green team
    • Key Club
    • Library Advisory Council
    • Literary Magazine
    • Math Circle
    • Musical Instruments
    • Music Ministry
    • Pep Band
    • Robotics/STEM Club
    • Student Council
    • World Language Clubs


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  • Photo of Bonnie Leighty

    Bonnie Leighty 

    Chaplain's Asst/Activities Dir