• Charlotte Catholic has various club offerings from service to sports and games, hobbies to Catholic worship there is a club to fit the interests of every student.  See below for a list of clubs for the 2020-2021 school year, a description, and the faculty advisor.  

    It is never too late to join a club!  Just let the advisor know you are interested in joining.  Then please send an email from your school email account to support@cchsemail.org letting us know which club you have joined so your name will be added to the club roster.

  • American Heart Association Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Montague Year Published:

    This club will raise money and educate others about the American Heart Association. 

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  • Appreciating Creative Teens Club (A.C.T.)

    by Advisor: Ms. McManus Year Published:

    Appreciating Creative Teens...ACT will help the talents of students interested in art. They will connect with the larger art community. Students will make a variety of projects and display their work in Spring.

     

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  • Art and Engineering

    by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published:

    FOR 9th/10th GRADE STUDENTS ONLY

    To promote STEM subjects to 9th and 10th graders. Students will work with AutoCAS, 3D Printers, wood carving and laser cutters. 

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  • B.A.G. Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Taylor, Library Year Published:

    Books are Good, so join this fun book club while discussing a variety of books.

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  • Badminton Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Coughlin, Library Year Published:

    Enjoy the outdoors and learn how to play while meeting new friends. 

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  • Catholic Social Justice Club

    by Advisor: Adamian Year Published:

    The purpose of this club is to focus on Catholic social justice issues such as poverty, injustices, bigotry and Coronavirus resources.

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  • Charlotte Catholic Rugby Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Blankemeyer Year Published:

    Invite and excite people about the sport of Rugby. Students will come together and play the sport as a team. 

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  • Chess Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Panther Year Published:

    Students will get together to learn how to play, test your skills and be challenged by other students.

     

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  • Chesterton Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Bauman Year Published:

    FOR BOYS ONLY

    Members will be reading and discussing the insights of G. K Chesterton's writings and exploring his thoughts and ideas on modern man.

     

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  • Computer Science and Robotics Club

    by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published:

    Explore topics in computer science and/or robotics with like-minded students.

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  • Digital Art Club

    by Advisor: Ms. McManus Year Published:

    This club will promote creativity and the use of technology in art. The club will allow students to express their creativity and have fun.

     

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  • Diversity Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Scarisbrick Year Published:

    By recognizing and respecting differences in our individuality, this club will help see the benefits that diversity brings to our world.

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  • Engineering Club

    by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published:

    Bringing together like-minded individuals to work towards a common engineering goal.

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  • Environmental Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Albertson Year Published:

    Members will raise awareness of personal responsibility and action to promote good stewardship of the Earth and the life giving resources. Facilitate on-campus recycling and off campus clean-up campaigns!

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  • Fantasy Sports Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Reilly Year Published:

    This club will create a friendly fantasy league for a variety of sports. Discussions on important games and recent sports news.

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  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:

    This Christian club offers our athletes opportunities to thank God for their abilities through fellowship and service...be prepared to be helpful!

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  • Fiat

    by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:

    For girls looking to enhance your spiritual life and living a virtuous life in today's world.  

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  • Film Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Kuhn Year Published:

    Movie fans- students will discuss the latest movies. From screenplays to directors to the technique and storylines…students will learn how to become a great movie critic.

     

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  • Fishing Club

    by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:

    Besides basic fishing skills, learn how to be “fishers of others” - confidence and compassion for all.

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  • Freedom School Club

    by Advisor: Ms. Winters Year Published:

    This club will work with the Freedom School organization in Charlotte to help underprivileged youth with learning and meeting their basic needs.

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  • Future Medical Professionals Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Murlless Year Published:

    To inspire, inform and guide students who are interested in the field of medicine through discussions, lectures, and service.

     

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  • German Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Horvath Year Published:

    This club celebrates German culture and history, while exploring food and holiday traditions. Members to out into the community to share and entertain. 

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  • Global Citizen Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Cabana Year Published:

    Discuss current events and pick an organization to assist with fundraising, service, and awareness as reflected in faith and charity.  

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  • Golden Friends

    by Advisor: Ms. Hoyle Year Published:

    Becoming friends with Senior citizens in nursing homes. Visitations and service to elderly is the key in this club.

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  • International Thespian Society

    by Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:

    Students with enough points from theatre related activities will be inducted into the International Thespian Society. A great way to get involved in the Theatre world! Students will also get help with college auditions. 

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  • Isabella Santos Foundation Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Heekin Year Published:

    This club will raise funds and awareness to childhood cancer.

     

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  • Japanese Anime

    by Advisor: Ms. Chamberlain Year Published:

    Enjoy this special art while getting to know others! Don’t have to have experience to belong!!

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  • Karaoke Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Shusdock Year Published:

    Students will come together and sing, improve our voices and have...and make new music friends.

     

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  • Latin Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:

    This club celebrates the Latin culture and offers its help through service with an annual Blood Drive.

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  • Legacy Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Zimmer Year Published:

    This club is for students whose parents attended CCHS- you will receive an email with information. 

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  • Levine Buddies

    by Advisor: Mrs. McManus Year Published:

    This club serves patients and their families at Levine Children’s Hospital.

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  • Lord of the Rings

    by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:

    Meet new friends while exploring and discussing JR Tolkien’s series and films.

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  • Magnificat

    by Advisor: Mr. Mathews Year Published:

    This club has a Marian charism with rosary making and Divine Mercy Chaplet. It supports the St. Joseph Seminary while learning apologetics with peers while having fun. 

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  • Mel's Diner

    by Advisor: Mrs. Bier Year Published:

    In coordination with St. Matthew Church, members help prepare and deliver meals to refugees and low income residents.

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  • Mental Health Awareness Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Bryant Year Published:

    Breaking stigmas and providing helpful education and resources in the area of mental health. A club that works at providing support and inclusiveness to the entire student body.

     

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  • Minecraft Builders Club

    by Advisor: Scarisbrick Year Published:

    Members will build Minecraft houses and improve skills while relaxing and having fun. 

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  • Mountain Biking Club

    by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:

    Mountain biking is one of the fastest growing sports in the country. Come and enjoy this co-ed club through the NC mountain trails. 

     

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  • Operation Smile

    by Advisor: Mr. Smith Year Published:

    Our main function is to support the national organization of doctors that travel to third world countries to correct children with cleft lips or palates through fundraisers and bring awareness of this need to others.

     

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  • PAWS Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Belciglio Year Published:

    Love animals? Share that love by helping to care for sheltered animals, raise awareness and funds for animal charities.

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  • Red Cross Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Kossmann Year Published:

    Help with school relief projects; educate others on how to prepare for disaster, and fundraise for Red Cross relief services and armed forces. 

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  • Roots and Shoots

    by Advisor: Ms. Tripp Year Published:

    Initiative started by Jane Goodall, focuses on respect and compassion for all living things while taking action to preserve the environment. It will also collaborate with the Environmental Club. 

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  • S.S.S. Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. McNerney Year Published:

    A club to help women in our community feel Stronger, Safer, Smarter, by learning techniques to protect themselves. 

     

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  • Science Olympiad

    by Advisor: Mrs. Hilderbrand Year Published:

    This club is for students interested in all areas of science and prepares for a variety of competitions including knowledge, lab analysis and/or building projects. 

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  • Service Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. High Year Published:

    Serve the community by helping those less fortunate in the community and schools through works of charity and service.

     

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  • Smash Bros. Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Scarisbrick Year Published:

    A place of belonging where people that like playing Smash can hang out together in an enjoyable environment.

     

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  • Song Writers Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Shusdock Year Published:

    Share your love of music and words in this wonderful club. Be inspired to share ideas. Meet new friends and perform together. 

     

     

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    Speech and Debate Team/Club

    by Advisor Mrs. Kohn Year Published:
    You will expand your public speaking, performance and research skills when you join the Speech and Debate Team.  We are an active, award-winning team that participates in local and national tournaments on weekends.  We meet twice a week after school to prepare speeches and cases for debate.  Come and make your voice heard!!
     
    For additional information on Speech and Debate Club, please see:  Team Page
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  • Spikeball Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Shusdock/Ms. Finegan Year Published:

    Members can learn and play the game of Spikeball through friendly competition, while appreciating nature and the great outdoors.

     

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  • Sporting Clay Club

    by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:

    Members will gather in fellowship through the activity of sporting clays.

     

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  • Sports Medicine Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Wisocki Year Published:

    Support our athletes by assisting with first-aid during practices and games.

     

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  • Sports Outreach Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Palomino Year Published:

    Members will learn about poverty in Charlotte and take part in fundraisers to aid those in need to have the equipment for sports. 

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  • Spread the Warmth

    by Advisor: Ms. Simpson Year Published:

    The Spread the Warmth Club is a club that makes no-sew blankets for the homeless population of Charlotte.

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  • Table Tennis Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Needham Year Published:

    Enjoy the game of ping pong or table tennis after school for fun and meet new friends.  

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  • Tea Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Montague Year Published:

    Learn about and enjoy different teas from around the world with friends after school.

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  • Teen Talk Radio Club

    by Advisor: Mr. Goodier Year Published:

    The Teen Talk Radio Club aspires to bring the events of our world and our faith to teens, by teens. We will work together to grow in our understanding, learning to see things from different perspectives while staying respectful (a very important quality to learn). Faith plays a key role as we dive into topics and discuss how we relate to them and what the Church and what the Bible say.

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  • Teens For Courage Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Bryant Year Published:

    This club aims to bring awareness to relationship violence by teaching others about warning signs and overall awareness to possible dangers. 

     

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  • Veterans Appreciation Club

    by Advisor: Ms. Luke Year Published:

    Support and honor both active and inactive military members through community service in the CCHS community and Charlotte.

     

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  • Voices for Life

    by Advisors: Ms. M. Baker Year Published:

    Members support respect for human life in all ways from womb to tomb. We work with other pro-life agencies and attend March for Life in Washington.

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  • Women in Science

    by Advisor: Mrs. Sheely Year Published:

    Girls learn more about science and ways to apply it in life while also exploring options and working with leading companies in the science field. 

     

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  • Young Activists Club

    by Advisor: Ms. Katz Year Published:

    This group will gather to discuss and better understand issues in society today and how issues effect our community. We will assist the community in many ways.

     

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  • Young Authors Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. McNerney Year Published:

    Share ideas about writing and writing a book.

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  • Zoom Club

    by Advisor: Mrs. Torres Year Published:

    A safe place to connect with other students that are at school and home. All students are welcome, whether virtual or in-person. All meetings will be held through Zoom. 

     

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