Saint Martin invites students into our school community who are committed to academic, spiritual, social, emotional, and physical growth. During the admissions process, Saint Martin reviews academic, disciplinary, and attendance records, as well as teacher recommendations.
While we are serious about preparing students for college and career success, we also believe that school should be fun! Caring for the whole student, we believe that involvement in extracurriculars is essential to continuing to form talented, well-rounded, and interesting individuals.
Interested in joining or starting a club? Contact Ms. Sayre to get started.
Fall Sports: Volleyball (Freshman, JV & Varsity), Men's Soccer, Men's & Women's Cross Country
Winter Sports: Men's & Women's Basketball & Indoor Track
Spring Sports: Baseball, Softball, Men's & Women's Track & Field
Team Managers for all Sports: Looking for students interested in keeping the score, filming games, working the clock, and more.
Experimenting with a variety of media from drawing, painting to costume making. No artistic skills necessary-just an excitement for creativity and fun!
Coordinate two Red Cross Blood Drives for Saint Martin students and adults. Blood drives usually occur in October and in March.
Bowling Club meets monthly and is for all skill levels. We will go to area lanes, learn technique and build on skills, all while having fun and playing a few games of bowling.
Cheer at the Men’s Basketball games & support other Saint Martin events. Meet 2-3 times/week to practice beginning in the fall and ending in the spring.
The choir performs at the school masses & chapels as well as other outside events.
Coding Club meets weekly and students learn how to code. They will do different projects such as programming rides, creating and editing videos, and more.
The Cooking Club meets monthly to try out different recipes, learn skills, and build community while preparing and eating delicious food.
The Cosplay Club meets weekly. Cosplay is costume play and the members in the group create costumes to play and perform in outside of the stage.
Learn the art of speech and debate and compete against other NEO schools.
The Drama Club organizes two school productions each school year, in October and in April. There are needs for actors and stage crew members. There will also be other opportunities for members to share in an appreciation for theater.
The Drumline performs at pep rallies, sports games, parades, and other events. Members meet 1 to 2 times per week and develop drum and percussion skills.
Hi-Stepping Team practices 3 times per week and performs at different school events, parades, various community events, etc.
Will meet weekly and create Hip Hop routines to perform at school events. This will be a student run organization and the dance creation will come mainly from student ideas.
Meets every other week and focuses on lyrics, writing, and performance of hip hop and poetry.
Play the stock market and learn about making money while investing.
The Japanese Club will study the Japanese language, how to read and write it, and how to speak it. As well as celebrate Japanese culture through food, art, and music.
Service and leadership organization. Organizes all-school events such as Red Ribbon Week, Take Back the Night, Talent Show, Valentine’s Day Dance. Participates in service at nearby agencies on a regular basis.
This club meets monthly, with the goal to expose students to things they might need to know as an adult but may not learn in school. Primary target areas are: Tools/home improvement, self care/home ec, health/wellness and first aid and cooking.
Help with selling items out of the Lion's Den as well as creating new items to be sold.
Choreograph and perform with the drumline.
The Multi-Cultural Club is a student-led group with intent to provide a safe place for Saint Martin scholars to host social justice, equity, and diversity discussions, advocate for change, celebrate multiculturalism, plan diversity events, including celebrating the cultural heritage months, and more.
National organization for Juniors and Seniors. Must apply. In order to be accepted a student must show strong character, involvement in service, in leadership, and be in high academic standing.
Learn the basics of photography and how to take quality photos on DSLR cameras. Use editing software to make your digital photos stand out even more.
Service and leadership organization. Organizes various school events such as Red Ribbon Week, Take Back the Night, Talent Show, Valentine’s Day Dance. Cheer on your fellow Lions at various sporting and performance events. All you need is some school spirit and a willingness to support your fellow classmates.
Saint Martin’s Step Team. Practices weekly and performs at various school events and participates in competitions, parades and other outside events.
Be a school leader and ambassador. Host student visitors, give tours to school visitors, attend area schools as a Saint Martin representative, be a student representative at various school events
Be a voice for the student body, plan all school events such as Spirit week, homecoming, pep rallies, crush week, field day, etc. Elections will be held in September for Senate seats and all are welcome to join as part of the General Assembly.
Help serve meals at St. Philip Neri or Moriah House, or go to UCP to help with special events and other events throughout the year.
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