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Student Organizations

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High school is an opportunity to form friendships that will last a lifetime. From performing arts to robotics, service organizations to sports, St. Dominic offers many ways to meet friends who share your interests.

Our students have the opportunity to try a number of activities without being lost in the crowd. With 720 students, St. Dominic is large enough to offer programs to suit any interest, but small enough that each student is known and valued as an individual.

Explore St. Dominic's clubs and organizations:

AD Club

AD Prayer Club reads and discusses 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.

Book Club

Members discuss and share good books, hear about new books in the Learning Commons and recommend new library acquisitions.

Bowling Club

Students unwind and enjoy time together in group outings to a local bowling alley.

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir is a before-school ensemble that rehearses and performs choral music.

Concert Band

Concert Band helps students develop their instrumental skills in a group setting. The band presents four concerts each year, in addition to performing at other events. Note: Course enrollment (Concert Band or Honors Concert Band) is required.

Concert Choir

Concert Choir offers an opportunity for serious vocal students to participate in a performing ensemble. The group performs in four concerts during the school year. Note: Course enrollment (Concert Choir or Honors Concert Choir) is required.

CRU (Christ Renews Us)

CRU is an all-girls student prayer group that meets monthly to strengthen fellowship and faith.

Crusader Nation News

St. Dominic journalism students collaborate to write, film, edit and produce the Crusader Nation News broadcast and news website. Note: Course enrollment (Journalism or Journalism 2) is required.  Crusader Nation News website

Fall Play

The annual fall play provides an opportunity for students to explore the world of theater, whether onstage or in behind-the-scenes roles.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group for athletes and those interested in athletics to gather for Christian fellowship around the common bond of sports and Jesus Christ.

French Club

Le Cercle Français promotes an understanding of 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, including chess, board games, card games and video games.


Student volunteers travel to local senior living 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 classmates and teachers.

Jazz Band

The St. Dominic Jazz Band is an instrumental ensemble for those interested in the world of jazz music.

Line Dancing Club

The Line Dancing Club provides an opportunity for students to socialize and learn line dances in a fun environment.

Math Team

The math 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.

Mixed Chorus

Mixed Chorus is a group for students in their first year of participating in a high school ensemble. Students learn the basics of singing and reading music. Note: Course enrollment (Mixed Chorus) is required.

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, participants 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)

Music INC's student 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 recognizes outstanding students. Membership in NHS is recognized nationally as one of the highest honors a high school student can achieve. 

Outreach Club

Outreach Club organizes 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.

Pep Band

The Pep Band provides musical entertainment for home football and basketball games and other school events.

Photography Club

The Photography Club is an organization for students interested in learning about photography and enhancing their photographic skills.

Pit Band

A student ensemble provides instrumental music for each of St. Dominic's stage productions.

Pro-Life Club

The Pro-Life Club promotes respect for life from conception to natural death. The club takes part in education and advocacy on the local and national levels.

Robotics Team

Students apply real-world science and math concepts to design, build and program robots to compete in an alliance against other teams.

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club promotes an understanding of the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries.

Spring Musical

Each spring, the Crusader Players present a stage musical, with selections ranging from Broadway classics to contemporary productions.

Student Ambassadors

Ambassadors serve as representatives of the school, hosting prospective students in our shadow program, leading Open House tours, visiting local partner schools and welcoming guests to special events.

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 (Men of God)

Viri Dei is an organization for senior boys to 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.  Writers Guild website


Each year, the yearbook staff combines their writing, photography and design talents to produce a book documenting the school year. Note: Course enrollment (Yearbook 1 or Yearbook 2) is required.

Youth and Government

Each year, a St. Dominic delegation participates in Youth and Government, a nationwide model government program that promotes civic engagement and allows students to experience state government firsthand by debating issues and promoting legislation. The Missouri conference takes place in Jefferson City.


Nikki Schuler

Nikki Schuler

Assistant Principal for Student Life

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