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High School

Clubs & Activities

Friendship and personal discovery

As a student at Eastside Catholic High School, you’ll have the opportunity to pursue your passions through a wide variety of activities and clubs, ranging from Yearbook and Spirit Band to Mock Trial and Debate. ECHS’s extracurricular activities are designed to foster intellectual and spiritual growth as you prepare for college.

Our clubs, organizations and activities include:

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  • A-Z Club

  • Book Club

    The High School Book Club fosters a love of reading and literature and provides a safe place for students to discuss literature outside of the classroom. Students meet once a month to discuss a book chosen by club members and/or the librarian.
  • Circle of Friends

    The Circle of Friends is designed to encourage widening the circle of one’s friend group through engagement in a variety of events, as planned and organized by the members of the club. Events may include social events, service projects, and supporting the wider community as a friend. Participation is open to all, and may extend outside of community period if so desired.
  • Crusader for Life Club

    Crusader for Life is a club for students who want to help educate about and promote the church’s teaching on the sanctity of life from the moment of conception to natural death. The group plans the annual Respect Life assembly and encourages outreach to local programs that support the poor, especially low income pregnant women. The club helps to foster a deeper understanding in the school of the various issues under the Catholic pro-life position. It is also a club where students can gather to discuss ways to put their faith into the actions of their lives.
  • DECA

    A student leadership organization that meets in and is a requirement of the Marketing Business Academy class (MBA) at EC. The goal of DECA is to prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management.
  • Drama and Theatre Productions

    EC students have the opportunity to participate in two theatre productions each school year including a fall dramatic production and a spring musical. Cast selection is by audition only. Crew and student leads are selected through an application process.
  • Finding Kind

  • French Club

    This club is run by members of the French National Honor Society to organize activities and fund-raisers.
  • French Honor Society/Société Honoraire de Français (SHF)

    Open to students who have maintained an ‘A’ average in their third semester of French studies at the high school level, and at least a ‘B’ average in overall scholastics, while remaining actively enrolled in French studies during their high school career. The responsibilities of the FNHS members include tutoring other students taking French, organizing and running the French Club activities throughout the year, and helping to run Taco/Crepe Tuesday in the fall--a fund-raiser that supports Nos Petits Freres et Soeurs in Haiti.
  • Interact Fidelis Club

  • International Club

  • Junior Statesman of America (JSA)

    A non-partisan, student-run organization whose purpose is to help high school students acquire leadership skills and the knowledge necessary to be effective debaters and political members.
  • Leadership

  • Mathematics Honor Society

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  • Mathletes

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  • Microfinance (Esperanza)

  • Mock Trial (Competitive)

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  • National Honor Society

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  • Pep Band

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  • Robotics

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  • Sandbox Literary Magazine

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  • Ski Bus

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  • Spanish Club

  • Speech and Debate (Competitive)

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  • String Orchestra

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  • Student Newspaper, The Insider

  • Super Fan Club

  • Ultimate Frisbee

  • Unexpected Cru Club

  • Yearbook

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  • Young Life

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Preparing future leaders and entrepreneurs

Eastside Catholic is one of only two private schools in the state to offer a DECA program. In 2014, thirty EC students qualified for the state DECA conference and five students moved on to the international competition. Two students qualified as finalists and one student won international recognition, beating 45 teams from around the country.