Clubs

“We see extracurricular activities, including athletics, as ways of extending the apostolate of Christian education outside the classroom. These activities reflect and reinforce the philosophy and policies of the school. In their roles as moderators and coaches, teachers have additional opportunities to influence the lives of students. They guide students and provide personal attention in ways that they may not be able to in usual classroom situations.” 

Educational Mission & Ministry New Orleans Province of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart

Student Clubs and Organizations 

Amateur Radio Club: The purpose of the Amateur Radio Club is to introduce students to amateur radio and to help them earn their FCC amateur radio license. 

Band: The purpose of the band is to develop and nurture musicianship, brotherhood, and teamwork through the study of one of God’s greatest gifts – music. The Regiment consists of three primary ensembles: the pep band, the concert band, and the jazz band. 

Cheerleading: Cheerleading has become an established institution designed to support Saint Stanislaus’s athletics and promote good sportsmanship in addition to strengthening an already solid school spirit and sense of pride in the school’s athletic achievements.  

Drama Club: The Drama Club promotes an appreciation of theater and drama as an art form. It encourages students to improve public speaking skills and self-confidence through stage performance. 

Environmental Club: The environmental club is a small organization focused on the Christian doctrine theme of care for the Earth. 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes: The Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter at Saint Stanislaus leverages the powerful platform of sport to reach coaches and athletes with the transforming power of Jesus Christ. FCA’s focus is on serving the local community by engaging, equipping, and empowering coaches and athletes to unite, inspire, and change the world through the Gospel. 

International Club: The mission of the international club is to foster and celebrate the cultures of the various countries represented by the international students at Saint Stanislaus. 

Key Club: Key Club is a student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. 

Lacrosse Club: The mission of the Lacrosse Club is to teach and promote the sport of lacrosse at Saint Stanislaus. To be competitive in the game of lacrosse at the club level while at the same time emphasizing the importance of communications, leadership, team work, commitment, honesty, and integrity while playing. 

Magic Club: The Saint Stanislaus Magic Club is a fun organization for students of all grade levels. Magic is a great ice breaker and sets apart the person who performs it.  Doing magic provides the magician with the experience of enunciating his message clearly before an individual or a group. Performing magic is a great preparation for life because it contributes to personal growth and maturity, self-confidence and being at ease before an audience.  

Mu Alpha Theta: The SSC Chapter of Mu Alpha Theta is dedicated to inspiring a keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in students. 

National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society: Saint Stanislaus is home to The Brother Peter Basso chapter of the National Honor Society and the Brother Louis Joseph Richard chapter of the National Junior Honor Society.  Members of these two groups are students who have achieved excellent academic standing by maintaining a minimum weighted cumulative GPA of 3.75.  

Radio Control Club:  The Radio Control Club is for students interested in the hobby of building and operating radio-controlled planes, cars, boats and helicopters. 

Robotics: The purpose of the Saint Stanislaus robotics club is to develop students’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through robotics competitions and other projects. 

Student Council: The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. 

Student Ministry: The Mission of Campus Ministry at Saint Stanislaus is to help every student to grow in faith. Our student ministers make our school a more prayerful and welcoming place of sanctuary.  The Student Ministry program prepares students to lead in ministering to and with their peers and young people.  

Varsity Quiz Bowl: Saint Stanislaus has two Academic Quiz Bowl teams that compete in The Mississippi Gulf Coast Quiz Bowl Association. The season runs from January to April. 

Yearbook: Students who participate in Yearbook develop many important skills and apply those skills to producing our annual yearbook. Students learn teamwork, responsibility, writing, editing, photography, design, graphics, advertising, and distribution. The Yearbook Club strives to maintain a tradition of excellence in which the school can take pride.