A complete list of activities and clubs is available in the Co-Curricular Handbook. Students should contact the club's faculty advisor for more information or stop by the main office. Participants in extra-curricular activitites are subject to the eligibility and substance abuse policies that are listed below.
- Co-Curricular Handbook
- Amnesty International
- Art Club
- Drama - Musical
- Drama - One Act
- Drama - Spring Play
- Drama - Tech Club
- Latin Club
- Math Team
- Student Council
SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICYJICH - Misuse of Chemical Substances by High School Students
ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY FOR CO/EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Participation in extracurricular and co-curricular activities is a privilege and carries with it certain academic responsibilities. The following are the procedures for determining students’ extracurricular and co-curricular academic eligibility.
Grades will be checked at the end of each quarter and four weeks into each quarter. Any student failing one or more classes at grade check will be placed on academic probation for 2 calendar weeks. During that time the student can fully participate in all aspects of any sport, extracurricular and/or co-curricular activity. After 2 calendar weeks, the student must be passing all classes. If still failing, the student becomes ineligible until a time when he/she is passing all classes. For athletics, plays, and musicals, if a student becomes ineligible, he/she may practice with the team/cast, but will not be allowed to participate in any performances, scrimmages, exhibition, regular season, or post-season contests, nor will he/she be allowed to travel to away games with the team. For other activities, if a student becomes ineligible, he/she may not participate in meetings, trips, performances, etc. Incompletes are treated the same as failures. All other MPA minimum academic eligibilities will also apply.