Culture, World Language, & Diversity Clubs
The Art of Manliness Club: This club is about growing up well, aimed at developing young men and their unique challenges and interests. We explore all things manly, from the serious and philosophical, like manners and relationships, to the practical and fun, like changing your car's oil and how to start a charcoal grill.. We seek to uncover how to live with confidence, virtue, and know-how in the present age and offer young men a way forward on how to live an engaging and flourishing life.
Contact: Mr. Chris Zimmerman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chinese Club: Chinese Cub is open to all, there are no language requirements. The Club celebrates traditional Chinese festivals, discusses Asian culture, and tries different foods and tea. We also have guests come in to teach martial arts and share their experiences about living in Asia. Chinese Club meets once to twice a month.
Contact: Ms. Wei Yuan (email@example.com)
Fair Trade Club: This club first looks at the issue of modern human slavery. Students in the Fair Trade Club help with a big Halloween candy sale and an Easter candy sale. This is a great club for those who are interested in issues of justice and economics.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper
French Club: French Club meets on a regular basis to share French language, culture and foods. French Club Officers determine our various activities throughout the year which have included lunches out at a French Restaurant, designing and purchasing Club T-shirts and sharing celebrations with French Clubs from other schools.
Contact: Ms. Marguerite Bourgeois
German Club: The German Club explores German culture, history and (most importantly) GERMAN FOOD. In addition, the German Club explores Cincinnati’s rich German heritage by going on field trips, inviting guest speakers and more.
Contact: Mrs. Sarah Jackson
Hands Across Campus: HAC is a student-centered co-curricular activity that focuses on developing the awareness and social skills students need to acquire to become a leader in the 21st Century. Through interactive meetings, open discussions, field trip type activities, and partnering with St. Ursula and Ursuline Academies, students acquire understanding and respect for their own and other cultures.
Contact: Mr. John Ravenna
Latin Club: The St. Xavier Latin Club aims to promote enthusiasm for the language, history, and culture of ancient Greece and Rome. Students also participate throughout the year in local competitions and events designed to foster deeper appreciation for the Classics.
Contact: Ms. Nora Denning
Spanish Club: ¡Hola amigos! The Spanish Club meets each week to practice Spanish in a fun social setting. Everyone is welcome.
Contact: Mr. Greg Lamping