At Saint Paul, we believe that involvement outside of the classroom is an essential contributor to a student’s success and overall experience in school. Through getting involved, students are able to connect with classmates and faculty/staff, develop skills that will prepare them for college and career, and build a stronger sense of community. Clubs and organizations are offered in the categories below. Each club is guided by a faculty/staff moderator. Students are permitted and encouraged to start new organizations that contribute to the school mission. Questions about our clubs and organizations as well as the process for starting a new one, should be directed to the Assistant Principal for Student Life.
Academic: Organizations with an academic focus, such as National Honor Society.
Campus Ministry/Service: Organizations that enhance the mission of our school through ministry and service work.
Co-Curricular: Organizations that typically connect to an academic discipline (i.e. Math Team).
Governance: Organizations that represent the student body or segments of the student body (i.e. Student Council, Middle School Student Council, Class Officers).
Performing Arts: Organizations such as theater, improvisation, chorus, and band.
Recreation: Organizations that participate in athletic or recreational activities (i.e. Ski Club or Ping-Pong Club).
Special Interest: Organizations that meet around certain topics or activities of interest.