High School Clubs and Activities
Angel Ambassadors are visible at many campus events held for prospective students/families and work closely with the Admissions Department. Angel Ambassadors will have the opportunity to be trained and develop communication skills, public relations, marketing and interpersonal skills.
Angel Arrangement is an elite extracurricular vocal ensemble. Membership is generally with director recommendation.
Faculty Advisor: Mark Trenier
Chess Club gives students an opportunity to play friendly games of chess against their peers in a low-stress environment. High school students of all ages are welcome. Help is given to those who need it.
Drama Club/SCHS Players
Faculty Advisor: Richard Hagopian
Group is responsible for all theatrical productions conducted in the Foster Auditorium. Any students interested are encouraged to see the director anytime during the year. In 2013-14, the club's productions included The Perfect Idiot and Oklahoma!.
This club seeks to bring a global perspective, to raise awareness and to celebrate all cultures in the St. Catherine’s community. We are all different and therefore everyone is welcome.
Faculty Advisor: Ivan Miller
Open for anyone who wants to learn more about how they can take an active role in making a positive individual impact on our community.
Faculty Advisors: Christopher Olley and Rick Granite
Interact is Rotary International's service club for young people ages 14-18. Interact clubs are sponsored by Rotary clubs which provide support and guidance.
Faculty Advisor: Deb Mielcarek
The Lance is responsible for publishing school yearbooks for both the middle and high school. The club has limited membership that students may apply for. Preference is given to students in 10th, 11th & 12th grades with camera experience and/or working with Adobe.
Faculty Advisor: Beverly Eppler
The SCHS Mock Trial team offers students an interactive and fun way to learn about our country's judicial system. Each year a mock case is developed and students study things like witness affidavits and evidentiary materials while honing their ability to think quick and speak publicly. Competing against other schools, each student plays the role of lawyer or witness with each school trying either prosecution or defense.
National Honor Society
Faculty Advisor: Rachel Lantz
The purpose of NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership and develop character among the students. To be eligible for membership, a student must be a junior or senior, have attended SCHS for at least one prior semester, and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5. Candidates are evaluated by a Faculty Council on the basis of service, leadership, and character.
Faculty Advisor: Cynthia Coy
Pep Band performs at assemblies and basketball games. Open to middle and high school students enrolled in the instrumental music program at SCHS.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Faculty Advisor: Frank Miles
SADD encourages students to make the best choices in their life decisions and creates a supportive community for students making positive life choices, equipping them to stand firm in their choices and encouraging others to make good choices in their daily lives.
Staff Advisors: Raechel Bartel and John Johnson
This group serves as the liaison between students and administration regarding student opinions/concerns. The Student Council organizes annual activities such as Homecoming and Winter Formal, as well as various fundraisers, service projects and other activities throughout the school year. The Council is open to all students and elects officers from among its membership.