Clubs at St. Edward
Joining a new club is the best way to get involved with the school but also make a difference in the community. There are many clubs here at St. Edward, so you are sure to find one that interests you. Here is a brief description of each club:
National Honor Society
National Honor Society (NHS) emphasizes the school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. NHS participates in many service projects throughout the year like a baby shower and a blood draw! NHS is a literally different of a club to get into. You have to meet the minimum requirements and get formally invited to join. After that you have to then get accepted....
Have you ever wondered who actually does the famous “Recycling Wednesday” every week? Conservation Club! If you want to make a difference in cleaning up the world, conservation Club is the one for you! Every Wednesday people are asked to volunteer to help clear out recycling bins for every teacher. Members are also involved with service projects that help promote keeping the earth safe! If you...
Scholastic Bowl is a competitive academic club where schools compete against each other in answering questions in a variety of areas. If you have a good knowledge, and love to compete let Mr. Briski know!
Catholic Outreach focuses on keeping students involved in their faith not just inside of school, but also outside of school. Catholic Outreach participates in service projects throughout the school year to help others. Catholic Outreach also attends mass together throughout the school year. If you would like to join Catholic Outreach, talk to Ms. Adams!
Yearbooks are the best way to be able to look back at your fun memories in high school. Help bring a vision to life and help create the yearbook for the year at yearbook club! Contact Mrs. Schmidt for more information.
Art Club is Club for those who want a creative outlet during the school year. The art club participates in the St. Edward Fine Art’s fest every year. Art Club will not be starting until 2nd semester this year. If you have any questions or suggestions, let Mrs. Worster know.
Green Machine is a student-run club that puts together the student section for every sports home game. The club decides on themes, fun activities to do during games, makes posters, and makes cheers. The only way to actively be apart of Green Machine is to show up to every home game and be loud! If you have any ideas for the Green Machine let Rachel Martini or Taylor Hartman know!
If you would like to learn more about French culture, French Club is the best club for you! French Club participates in actives based on the French culture. To be able to join French Club, you have to be taking a French class. Let Mrs. Siewert know if you want to join!
German Club is a club where you get to learn about German culture. The club participates in activities surrounding the German culture and even goes on trips! To be able to join, you have to be taking a German class. Let Mrs. Siewert know if you would like more information!
Ever wanted to learn about the Hispanic culture without taking a Spanish class? Spanish Club is the club for you! Spanish Club is a great place for Spanish speakers and non-Spanish speakers to have an opportunity to speak Spanish and learn about Hispanic culture. This club is open to all students, so you don’t have to be enrolled in a Spanish course to get involved. If you would like to join, let...
Interact is a club for students who want to get involved in service projects around the community. The interact club is sponsored by the Elgin Rotary Club. Interact encourages students to be leaders in their communities. Every month there is lots of service opportunities to help go towards your volunteer hours. If you would like to join Interact, listen to the announcements for upcoming meetings and...
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a club that brings awareness to substance abuse, personal heath, and traffic safety. SADD’s goal is to help students make positive choices that will advance their both their physical and mental health. Ms. Weber had started up the club again after its absence for the past 2 years. If you would like to join SADD, listen to the announcements for the...