Clubs

St. Joseph Central Catholic High School offers a variety of Clubs and Organizations.  Most of our students participate in at least one club or organization, with many participating in multiple.

Advisor:  Mary Dempsey 

2021 – 2022 Club Officers:

President: Maggie R.
Vice President: Grace B.
Secretary: Gracie M.
Treasurer: Addison P.

Art Club is an opportunity for students to work on special art projects for the school and community.  Throughout the year community opportunities will arise for members to do such things as face painting and shirt logo creations.  These art related projects will only be open to art club members and provides a safe and creative environment for them.

Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in art or has earned one (1) art credit.
  • Members must be present for a minimum of three (3) meetings a month.
  • Able to work in groups with one common creative goal.

Meetings are held Wednesday during lunch in room 301.

 

Advisor:  Mrs. Luther

2021-2022 Leaders:

Charles J. 

Marshall R. 

Chidera U. 

St. Joe has added a weekly student-led Bible Study this year.  Our purpose is to educate our brothers and sisters in Christ about God’s Word, as well as strengthen each other so we can hold fast to our faith.  Topics we have studied this year include God’s grace, the difference in being a disciple of Christ and a Christian, how to love others as Christ loved us, and how to live a life that matches our faith.

Meetings are held every Wednesday at lunch. 

Crochet and Knit Club: Crochet and Knot club is a place for students to express creativity through the arts of crochet and knit. This club is open to crafters at any stage of expertise: even if you’ve never picked up a hook, all are welcome!

We meet Tuesdays at lunch.

Officers:

President: Anna K.
Vice President: Maggie R.
Treasurer: Robert M.
Secretary: Quincey M.

 

Drama Club was created in 2020. It is an opportunity for students to participate in theater and theater-related events. Students will participate in plays, but not just acting: drama club gives students the chance to see what happens backstage, as well!

2021-2022 Club Officers:

President: Lexi S.
Vice President: Zoe D.
Secretary: Kamryn M.
Treasurer: Lilly C.
Social Media Manager: Ella L.

Sponsor: Ms. Mullins
 
“If a million people see my movie, I hope they see a million different movies.”
– Quentin Tarantino
 
In Film Club the students watch and analyze movies of their choice. We discuss plot and character while learning how story building works. We meet in Ms. Mullins’s room every Thursday!
 
Founder/President- Anna K.


Advisor:  Mrs. Luther

Officers:
President: Frank D.
Vice President: Luke T.
Secretary:  Kyle P. 

Welcome to Kendama Club!  The kendama is a traditional Japanese toy that consists of a ball, handle, and pair of cups attached by a string.  It can be enjoyed in the most simple of play or can be used for a multitude of tricks!  Our Kendama club meets every Tuesday at lunch, where the students hang out, play around with their Kendamas, challenge each other to find new tricks, or teach newcomers how to begin.  Bring your own kendama or use one of ours!

 

 

Advisor:

The St. Joe Key Club meets every Thursday in the gymnasium.  Nearly 50% of our student body are members of our Key Club!

Annual dues are $15.

2021-2022 Officers:
President: Julia P. 
Vice-President: Ramey G. 
Secretary: Zoe D. 
Treasurer:  Reagan H. 
Webmaster: Maggie R. 
Bulletin Editor: Lula A. 

Mission Statement: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.

Vision: We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide.

Core Values:  The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.

Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

Motto: Caring – Our Way of Life

Objectives:

  • To develop initiative and leadership.
  • To provide experience in living and working together.
  • To serve the school and community.
  • To cooperate with the school principal.
  • To prepare for useful citizenship.
  • To accept and promote the following ideals:
  • To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.

 

Pictured below:

Members of the SJHS Key Club and National Honor Society volunteering at the Facing Hunger Foodbank in Fall 2021. 

 

Advisor:  Matthew Moore

Join St. Joseph High School Music Ministry!
We sing/play from the balcony during school Mass to help lead the congregation downstairs.  The only requirements are that you want to sing and that you show up and participate with a positive attitude.  We meet at 7:45am on Mass mornings in the church balcony to practice (usually there are donuts!).  Since you arrive before actual class time this counts as service hours (15 minutes per Mass, IF you’re on time!) You can get FOUR HOURS during the course of the year for singing with us!
 
Let Mr. Moore know if you’re interested — mmoore@stjoeshuntington.org

St. Joseph Catholic High School’s  Speech and Debate Team will participate in competitive events, giving students the opportunity to improve a skill everyone needs: communication! In addition, Speech and Debate offers myriad other practical and relevant skills like critical thinking and knowledge of current events! Officers will be elected based on cooperation and leadership ability.

Advisor:  Mr. Warner

2021-22 Officers:
President:  Julia P. 
Vice President: Maggie R. 
Secretary:  Grace B. 
Treasurer:  Gracie M. 

Members are elected from each grade level.

The council meets every Friday at lunch.

Service projects include Red Cross blood drives, angel trees, and many other service projects around our community. 

 

Pictured below:

Students working the concession stand at the Halloween Outdoor Movie Night sponsored by the SJHS Student Council – October 2021. 

 

 

Click here to visit Students Against Destructive Decisions: SADD 

2021-2022 Officers:
President: Lexi S. 
Vice President: Mary Ella Y.
Secretary: Marshall R. 
Treasurer:  Maggie R. 

SADD is a nationally recognized nonprofit committed to the safety and wellness of all students.  The organization began over 40 years ago and has developed the philosophy that students can help empower other students and lead to the prevention of harmful behaviors. For more information on the SADD club at SJHS, please contact faculty sponsor Samantha Acord at samantha.acord@stjosephhs.org.