St. Paul Catholic encourages its students to explore their interests through the many extra-curricular opportunities offered by the school.
The Badminton Club meets on Friday at 2:15 (Spring) in the Gym
Adviser: Mr. Crowley and Mr. Wallace
Blue Key Club:
The Blue Key Club is formed by the students who act as ambassadors for the school. They serve as hosts and hostesses to guests to the school and they represent the school in the community. They are vital to the Admissions Department as they act as guides to Freshmen for Day and Open House tours. They accompany the Admissions Director on visits to our feeder schools. They make follow up phone calls to prospective students they hosted. Blue Key Club is a select group and they are trained by the Admissions Director to represent the school in the best possible way.
Adviser: Mr. Crowley
Book and Movie Club:
Meets the second Friday of each month.
Advisers: Mrs. Zillich
The mission of the St. Paul Catholic High School Chess Club is to provide an opportunity for fun, recreational chess; foster a love and understanding of the game, help others learn or improve their self-confidence, mental focus, logic, discipline and analytical skills; develop students’ sportsmanship; and teach the rules, vocabulary, history and culture of the game. The Chess Club meets after school every Friday at 2:30 in the cafeteria.
Moderator: Dr. Gnoza
Data Analytics Team:
Meets Tuesday and Thursday at 2:15 in room 214.
Advisers: Mrs. Clarke and Mr. Aliberti
Everything Comics – Comic Book Club:
Meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from 2:30-3:00 in Room 108.
Adviser: Mr. Landin and Mr. Perrier
The Math Team is a group of students who enjoy doing challenging math problems. Team members participate in math competitions both inside and outside of the school. Meeting dates are Wednesdays after school in room 214.
Moderator: Mrs. Clarke
Members of Mission Club participate in community service mainly centered around food and designed to assist those less fortunate than ourselves. The club prepares food in the school’s kitchen from 2:15-4 p.m. on the third Monday of the month and that food is then served at Zion Lutheran’s Meals for Neighbors from 4:30-5:45 pm. Club members are exposed to a variety of food styles and cultures, cooking techniques and the science of cooking. At least 10 attendees must sign up three business days prior to the meeting or notify club advisors/officers if they cannot attend. Students canceling must find a replacement to take their spot.
Advisors: Mrs. Zillich & Sister Marie Benedict
National Honor Society:
The Pope John XXIII Chapter of the National Honor Society operates under the Constitution established by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Within that Constitution, the school has considerable latitude to make of the organization what it chooses through the Chapter’s Bylaws. Though some schools choose to make the organization little more than a club of students with high academic averages, St. Paul takes to heart the four traits required of membership: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The National Honor Society is a very important service organization at St. Paul Catholic High School. It provides service within the school community and to the community at large. The members of the National Honor Society are the most mature, responsible, and intelligent individuals in the student body. Though induction into the Society is a great honor for our highest achieving students, St. Paul requires members to be exemplary of all four qualities and to live the National Honor Society motto, “Noblese oblige.” In fact, the greatest service Chapter members provide to the school is the example they set for other students every day in classes and in the halls of the school. The process by which students are selected for induction is included in the Student Handbook. NHS meetings are usually on the first Monday of the month in the Music Room.
Adviser: Dr. Gnoza
Performing Arts (Drama):
The St. Paul Performing Arts program is phenomenal for the size of our school, winning multiple awards in statewide competition. Productions include a fall drama and a spring musical. Rehearsals are usually Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday evenings. Participants may appear on stage, back stage, in the tech booth, in the pit band, as a lead, as a chorus member, as a stage manager, as a business manager, etc.
Director: Mr. Mazzarella
Respect Life and Care for Creation Clubs:
Meets Wednesdays at 2:15 in Campus Ministry.
Adviser: Sister Marie Benedict
The Renaissance Program is meant to recognize student achievement in a variety of ways and at a number of levels. The Renaissance Program distributes birthday cards, recognizes honor roll achievements, and sponsors golden attitude awards and student of the week and of the month. Meetings are held Thursdays after school in room 120.
Moderator: Mrs. Conner
Adviser: Mr. Aliberti
Sewing Club is committed to completing projects that inspire, challenge, and serve others through a variety of needle arts. Students learn independence, improve practical skills and stretch their creative capacity in a productive and fun environment. Annual projects include the senior quilt and alter cloth, as well as a practical sewing aide, fundraiser, service project, and independent project of their choice. Sewing Club meets in the Annex every Friday at 2:15, except for holidays.
Adviser: Mrs. Zillich
Social Media Task Force:
meeting the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 2:15 in room 106.
Moderator: Mr. Wallace
Meets Tuesdays at 2:15 in Room 122
Adviser: Sr. Jalbert
SPTV – Morning News:
takes place every Tuesday-Thursday during Homeroom – TV Studio
Adviser: Mr. Alberti
The Student Government plans school assemblies, pep rallies, fundraisers, and events for Halloween, Christmas, and Valentine’s day. Members organize the coat drive, the food drive, and the blood drive in the school. We coordinate the BARC prom. The Student Government meets every Thursday at 2:15 in the Auditorium.
Moderator: Mrs. Kendrick
Yearbook – Kaleidoscope:
The Yearbook staff is in charge of deciding on the themes, designs, and layouts of the yearbook. Staff compile photographs of sports, club activities, and student life and create layout pages using publishing software. They are responsible for completing their assigned yearbook pages. Yearbook provides an excellent opportunity for students to learn how to use publishing software as well as learning to execute sections of a process within deadlines. Yearbook meets every Wednesday at 2:15 in room 132, but much of the assigned work can be done with a laptop. Adviser: Mrs. Kendrick