Many extracurricular activities are available at SDHS to help help students explore, develop and use their God-given talents. In addition to our athletic programs, St. Dominic High School offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations:
AD PRAYER CLUB (ANNO DOMINI): AD Prayer Club is about taking back this year for our Lord! The group meets to read and discuss the upcoming Sunday's readings in detail to better prepare for Mass. The group also leads various prayer opportunities throughout the year, including Novenas, Rosaries, and Chaplets of Divine Mercy.
AMBASSADORS: Ambassadors serve as representatives of the school. They host prospective students in our shadowing program, provide tours at Open House, assist local grade schools when needed or perform other activities throughout the school year.
BOOK CLUB: Members discuss and share good books, hear about new books which are being added to the school library and are encouraged to suggest books for purchase.
BOWLING CLUB: Students unwind and enjoy time together in group outings to a local bowling alley.
CRU (Christ Renews Us): CRU is an all-girls student lead prayer group that meets monthly to strengthen fellowship and faith.
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES: For athletes and those interested in athletics, to gather for Christian fellowship around the common bond of sports and Jesus Christ.
FOOD CLUB: The Food Club is a social club that meets once a month before school and share food based on a particular theme.
FRENCH CLUB: Le Cercle Français promotes an understanding of the French culture. It is open to all students enrolled in French, as well as those interested in learning about everything French.
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA: FBLA is a national organization for high school students interested in business. Membership is open to students who are enrolled in or have completed a business or computer class. Club members learn about business and compete in district and state competitions.
GAMING CLUB: The Gaming Club provides an after-school gathering for students to play any kind of games, such as chess, board games, card games and video games.
GLAMOURGALS: Student volunteers travel to local senior facilities to give free makeovers and manicures and bond with residents.
iSQUAD TEAM: The iSquad team is a group of students selected to provide iPad support to students and teachers.
MATH TEAM: This team is for students who are interested in learning about topics not studied in math classes. The emphasis is on problem-solving and preparation for math contests during the year.
MOCK TRIAL: This team studies the judicial system through the assistance of a faculty moderator and local attorneys. Mock Trial promotes an understanding and appreciation of the American judicial system through a simulation in which students participate in rehearsed trials to learn about the legal system.
MODEL UNITED NATIONS: Through the Model United Nations Club, students step into the shoes of ambassadors of United Nations countries. Students debate current issues on the organization's vast agenda. At conferences, they will prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the United Nations rules of procedure – all in the interest of resolving problems that affect the world.
MUSIC INC (IN THE NAME OF CHRIST): These singers and musicians meet regularly to prepare praise and worship music for all-school liturgies and graduation. The group is open to vocalists and instrumentalists of all abilities.
NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY: NAHS is a national organization that recognizes students who excel in art and have personal qualities of good citizenship, leadership, service, and character.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: National Honor Society (NHS) recognizes outstanding students. Membership in NHS is recognized nationally as one of the highest honors that a high school student can achieve.
OUTREACH CLUB: Members organize and participate in service projects to benefit the local and greater community. Students also sponsor the weekly mission collections for organizations that help those in need.
PEER MINISTERS: Peer Ministers are role models, mentors and faith leaders for their fellow classmates. They focus on deepening their faith while inviting students to a more intimate relationship with God. Peer Ministers are selected through an application process.
PERFORMING ARTS: St. Dominic offers a multitude of performing arts opportunities:
PRO-LIFE CLUB: The Pro-Life Club promotes respect for life from conception to natural death. The club takes part in education and advocacy, both locally and nationally.
ROBOTICS TEAM: Students apply real-world science and math concepts to design, build and program robots to compete in an alliance against other teams.
SENIOR ADVISORS: Senior Advisors assist with the Freshman Advisory Program as mentors, teachers and resources for the freshmen students.
SPANISH CLUB: This club promotes an understanding of the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries.
STUDENT COUNCIL: Student Council provides a forum for student expression; promotes school spirit, morale, and unity; provides direction and implementation of various school activities as assigned; encourages school service and involvement; and promotes student leadership and representation.
VIRI DEI: Viri Dei consists of senior boys who discuss the intersection of theology, culture and masculine spirituality.
WRITERS GUILD: This group creates the school’s online literary magazine. Guild members meet regularly to work on prompts, discuss writing challenges and share their work to encourage consistent and improved writing of all different styles. Students can submit poetry, short stories, artwork or even full novels.