These clubs are available to Middle and High School Students
The Student Council is in charge of organizing several events throughout the year, including homecoming week, dances, Catholic Schools Week events, the end of the year party, and various fundraisers.
The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier academic and service organization, recognizing those high school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
The National Junior Honor Society introduces middle school students to the qualities of character and of personal and academic accomplishment represented by the National Honor Society.
The focus of Key Club is community service projects that affect positive change in the community. The group does several service and humanitarian projects throughout the year.
Builders Club is a middle school service organization that supports both Seton Catholic and the Kiwanis. Members discover their heart to serve in their school and in the local community.
The Peer Tutoring Program provides an opportunity for students who have mastered a subject to assist those who have questions or who are experiencing difficulty in the subject. It’s a great way for students to get one-on-one help in a friendly environment.
The Yearbook Club, part of the Graphic Design class, is tasked with creating the Seton Catholic yearbook, The Shield. Students design the pages, the artwork, and the content, and take the photos of clubs, sports teams, and school events.
The Seton Journalism Club gives those interested in journalism and writing an opportunity to develop their skills. The club produces the monthly school newspaper, The Knightly News, featuring news, opinion, fiction, and entertainment
Model U.N. is an extracurricular activity in which Seton students join with students from other schools to role-play delegates to the United Nations. This includes researching issues, debating, drafting proposals, and other activities.
Faith Ambassadors is a group that leads faith-related activities. They sponsor events such as the lock-in (a supervised in-school sleepover), movie nights, coffeehouses (student-led entertainment), and the Mass & hike.
Seton’s Music/Arts Program offers individual and group instruction on a variety of instruments and musical styles, and welcomes students of all musical abilities. In addition to performing in both formal and informal settings, Seton music students are invited to take part in the annual Seton Musical production.
The International Student Organization is a social and service organization that involves our international students in the life of the school and the community.