AMDG Club: The members of AMDG Club aim to live ad majorem Dei gloriam, for the greater glory of God. We meet on Tuesdays during flex, alternating weekly between Eucharistic Adoration in the chapel and fellowship / reflection in the campus ministry office. If you're interested in growing your faith with like-minded young men, come check out our club!
Contact: Ms. Julia Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anime Club: This club gets together every week to watch our favorite anime and to appreciate this Japanese art form. All are welcome to attend and to suggest their favorite series for viewing.
Contact: Dr. Brad Homoelle (email@example.com)
Aquaponics Club: Students set up an aquaponics system in which fish and plant life support each other. The plant roots grow in the water fertilized by the fish and bacteria. Students plant, grow, harvest, and eat the fruits of their labor throughout the school year.
Contact: Mrs. Terry Hale (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BC2M (Bring Change to Mind): This club is a student-led initiative that encourages teens to learn and explore mental health in a safe environment. As students engage and talk about mental health, they help to normalize the conversation and create a more positive environment at St. Xavier.
Contact: Mr. Jason Ahlers (email@example.com)
Computer Science Club: Technology is a major driver in lives today, and the CS club helps to prepare students for these future opportunites. The chapter participates with dozens of local schools at regional events like TechOlympics (2016 Champs!), career camps, guest speakers, and even paid internships.
Contact: Mr. Ray Heyob (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Culinary Club: Do you want to learn the difference between a tsp and a tbsp? Broil and bake? Simmer and boil? Or do you just enjoy eating? Then Culinary Club is for you. We hold monthly meetings that have a theme and everybody prepares a dish, helps with the logistics, or brings the paper supplies. There is something for everyone who appreciates GREAT FOOD and FRIENDSHIP!
Contact: Mrs. Peggy Schmucker (email@example.com)
E-Sports Club: This club focuses on video games where you compete against other individuals or teams such as League of Legends, DOTA 2, Smite, Hearthstone, Overwatch, and Starcraft 2 (among others). The club meets after school and members will need to provide their own computers or consoles. Observers are always welcome as well!
Contact: Dr. Brad Homoelle
Euchre Club: Euchre Club is a card-playing club open to all students regardless of ability. Pizza and soft drinks are available to purchase and can be eaten while playing. We meet most Thursdays during Flex throughout the school year.
Contact: Mrs. Kathy Raffenberg
Fishing Club: Fishing Club meets once a week in the spring and fall, and monthly during the winter. Members participate in several off-campus fishing outings in local rivers and lakes, and strive to be responsible anglers interested in the conservation of our water resources.
Contact: Mr. Steve Bleh
Godzilla Club: Godzilla Club meets weekly during lunch to watch classic Godzilla movies on VHS made by Toho Studios. Students share their knowledge and opinions of kaiju and tokusatsu films during the viewings.
Contact: Mr. Isaac Watras
INTERalliance: Technology is a major driver in lives today, and St. X’s INTERalliance chapter helps to prepare students for these future opportunities. The chapter participates with dozens of local schools at regional events like TechOlympics [2016 champions!], career camps, guest speakers, and even paid internships.
Contact: Mr. Ray Heyob
Life Club: The Life Club organizes and activates pro-life students on campus, including participation in the national Walk for Life. Members of St. X’s Life Club work to help others to value and protect life at all its stages through education, advocacy and service.
Contact Mr. Ray Heyob
Marine Biology Club: Join us anytime for any or all activities--we are open to all grades. We learn how to be better stewards of our oceans by hosting guest speakers, taking field trips (our last one was to the Atlanta aquarium where we swam in their 6.3 million gallon tank with whale sharks!), taking discover scuba classes, and caring for our 180-gallon coral reef ecosystem tank.
Contact: Mrs. Heather Nardini
Sierra Club: This environmental club learns firsthand by taking fun field trips to such locations as a recycling center, a solar plant and other student-driven options. We follow each trip with an opportunity get to know each other and form community. This is a great club for those who are interested in environmental and clean energy issues.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper
Star Wars Club: The Star Wars Club is dedicated to building comradery across the school community. It is open to those with a deep love for Star Wars and those whose interest is building a love. May the Force Be With You.
Contact: Mr. Mike Daley
Super Hero Film Club: Super Hero Film Club is a group of students who gather together to watch and discuss films about heroes and heroines who use their special skills or powers to help others. All are welcome to join this club, which meets Fridays in room 3180 during flex (bring your lunch).
Contact: Ms. Lora Pateras
Super Smash Bros. Club: Test your skills with the SSBC. All are welcomed and encouraged to attend for open and tournament play. We will have Melee, Project M, and Wii U so there should be something for everyone.
Contact: Mr. Kris Holmes
X-Peditions: X-Peditions is the St. Xavier High School Role-Playing Game Club that meets every Friday after school. The Club runs many simultaneous campaigns in a variety of role-playing game systems.
Contact: Mr. John D’Alessandro
Young Conservatives Club: The Young Conservatives Club meets weekly to discuss, debate, and hear presentations on current events from a conservative perspective.
Contact: Mr. Henry Ahrens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Young Liberals’ Club: Young Liberals Club meets weekly to provide a forum for students interested in progressive and liberal politics to share ideas and opinions on current events. Throughout the year, we participate in debates, watch movies, and other activities.
Contact: Mrs. Regina Chambers