Outside the classroom, co-curricular activities have been designed to address a diversity of student interests. Virtually every student has the opportunity to participate in a club during school hours when a monthly activity period is held.
Academic clubs allow Saints to pursue their interests beyond the classroom. The Forensics Team, Mock Trial, and Model United Nations, among others, extend and enrich the educational experience under dedicated faculty guidance. Recreational clubs are formed in response to student interest and range from the Spirit Club to Art, from Marketing Club to Rod and Reel.
Instilled with and inspired by the Gospel’s message to serve the Lord and one another, St. Mary’s students make service a major part of their lives. Many look beyond their required hours of service and become involved with a club that contributes time, resources and efforts for the benefit of others or to address social community issues. Junior Civitan, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and S.A.D.D., and Respect 4 Life all have active memberships.