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 2016-2017 school year, a description, and the faculty advisor.
by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:Cultivate your Catholic faith by learning more about the inner-workings of the Holy Mass and serving at the altar. Boys and Girls will have separate clubs within this guild. by Advisor: TBD Year Published: by Advisor: Mr. McKinney Year Published:This creative club works on backdrops for plays and musicals. Those in art classes are invited too! by Advisor: Mrs. Pendleton Year Published:Put your baking skills to great use by having all proceeds of sales help various charities5 by Advisor: TBD Year Published: by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published: by Advisor: Mrs. Taylor Year Published:Gather twice a month to practice your skills and have fun with this intriguing game! by Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:Join in this popular game and compete in tournaments throughout the Charlotte area. by Advisor: Mr. Perna Year Published:Deepen your faith in this after school bible study and worship music. Share faith and values with as Christians in a changing world. by Advisor: Mr. Brodowicz Year Published:
Venture out to multiple courses in Charlotte to play the game of Disc (Frisbee) Golf. It’s the new trend happening in the area!
by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:All things Disney! What character are you like? Trivia, history, parks & movies are part of this club by Advisor: Mrs. Tarney Year Published:By recognizing and respecting differences in our individuality, this club will help see benefits that diversity brings to our world. by Advisor: Mr. Mueller Year Published:With national interest sparking this sport/video competition this club aims to promote this team Sport here at CCHS! Club will meet twice a month to play. by Advisor: Mrs. Friedman Year Published:This CCHS Service club covers many different agencies and causes throughout the community. Members should be willing to attend a project at least once a month. by Advisor: Mrs. Albertson Year Published: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! by Advisor: Mrs. Simpson Year Published:Share your creative energy with combining fashion and design in this fun club. by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:This Christian club called “Fellowship of Christian Athletes” offers our athletes opportunities to thank God for their abilities through fellowship and service...be prepared to be helpful! by Advisor: Mr. Kuhn Year Published:A book club with a Catholic twist. “P3” breaks bread once a quarter to discuss the stories of writers interested in religious themes, writers like JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, and Flannery O’Connor. by Advisor: Mrs. Matlak Year Published:For girls looking to enhance your spiritual life and living a virtuous life in today's world. by Advisor: TBD Year Published:
Movie fans will like gathering to discuss latest movies. From screenplays to directors to the technique and storylines…students will learn how to become a great movie critic here!
by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:Besides basic fishing skills, learn how to be “fishers of others” - confidence and compassion for all. by Advisors: Mr. Cloutier and Mr. Perna Year Published:A club for guys looking to live a life of virtue in today's world. by Advisor: Mrs. El Fahsi Year Published:This club implements French cultural activities which may not be possible in the classroom like traveling to a French theater, experiencing French food, etc. by Advisors: Dr. Sigwald and Mrs. Morris Year Published:
Assist under-privileged schools with tutoring, book clubs, food drives at holidays and be big brothers and sisters to the students.
by Advisor: Ms. Madden Year Published:Join other students as you build awareness around the hungry in our local area and help those who receive Friendship meal trays. by Advisor: Mrs. Horvath Year Published:
Celebrates aspects of German culture such as German food and German festivals while seeking to do service.
by Advisor: Mrs. Murlless Year Published:Becoming friends with Senior citizens in nursing homes. Visitations and service to elderly is the key in this club. by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published:Enjoy the sport of golf with other enthusiasts without competition. Improve your skills and great practice time too! by Advisor: TBD Year Published:National club promotes knowledge and skills of health and science for students by Advisor: Mrs. Tarney Year Published:Community oriented club. by Advisor: Mr. Panther Year Published:
Members seek to invest in stocks and learn more about choosing ways to wisely invest funds.
by Advisor: Mrs. Eggebrecht Year Published:Those who desire to participate in Math League Contests and higher-level critical thinking problems then this club is for you! by Advisor: Mrs. Chamberlain Year Published:Enjoy this special art while getting to know others! Don’t have to be experienced to belong. by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:This club celebrates our Latin culture and offers its help through service with our annual Blood Drive. by Advisor: Mrs. McManus Year Published:This club serves patients and their families at Levine Children’s Hospital by Advisor: Mr. McParland Year Published:Support for this national organization which helps No. Korean refugees to United States. by Advisor: MJ Dawson, Campus Ministry Year Published:Students apply to serve as Lectors, Altar Servers and Ministers of Holy Communion for all of our school masses and prayer services. Students will be notified of training! by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:Meet new friends while exploring and discussing JRR Tolkien’s Series and film. by Advisor: Mrs. Belciglio Year Published:Learn the oral and written language of Mandarin by Advisor: Mrs. Bier Year Published:In coordination with St. Matthew Church, help prepare and deliver meals to refugees and low income residents. by Advisor: Mrs. Tripp Year Published:Support the Missionaries of the Poor and other international missions to make a difference world-wide. by Advisor: Mrs. Tippet Year Published:Share ideas, different styles of music, and artists. This club also makes playlists and discusses musical relevance to today and faith. by Advisor: Mr. Smith Year Published:National organization of doctors travel to third world countries to correct children with cleft lips or palates. Our main function is support through fundraisers and bring awareness of this need to others. by Advisor: Mrs. Belciglio Year Published:Love animals? Share that love by helping to care for sheltered animals, raise awareness of animal abuse and raise funds for all kinds of charities for animals in need! by Advisor: Mrs. Joanne Keane Year Published:A picture speaks a thousand words…so share yours in this artistic and fun club by Advisor: Mrs. Garmilla Year Published:To support the St. Joseph Seminary spiritually and financially with fundraisers and prayers by Advisor: Mrs. Shaia Year Published:Spend after school with young children reading their favorite stories. by Advisor: Mr. Maganares Year Published:Explore the world of mechanical gadgets, robotics contests and more! by Advisor: Coach King Year Published:Support the local Ronald McDonald house and children with illness and their families by Advisor: Mrs. Garmilla Year Published:Enjoy friendships and prayer as you make rosaries for missions and pray Divine Mercy Chaplet. Supplies are provided. by Advisor: Mrs. WInters Year Published:Support for children with illness and their families including fundraising, prom dress collection, etc. by Advisor: Mrs. Murphy Year Published:This club has a special interest to enhance foreign language, using cultural and service projects! by Mrs. Morales Year Published:The Debate & Speech Team members learn to see the power of deploying rational arguments and compelling evidence. It teaches them the skills of researching, organizing, presenting information in a compelling fashion and performing in public with great poise and confidence. by Advisor: Dr. Maganares Year Published:This new and rising sport is a competitive trampoline 4-square style activity for all sports lovers. by Advisor: Mrs. Cure Year Published:Support our athletes by Assisting in first aid during practices and events. by Advisor: Mr. Cook Year Published:Popular “E” series is a great way to play video games and learn new skills to apply to the games. by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:Enjoy the game of ping pong or table tennis as it is known at the Olympics. by Advisor: Mrs. Montague Year Published:
Learn about and enjoy different teas from around the world with friends after school.
by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:Express your political views in this republican club and sway views in the “right” direction. by Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:Not just for actors – this fun club will be involved with CCHS theatrical productions and will earn points that can lead to membership in this International Honor Society and develop form of improv. by Advisor: Mrs. Zeleznik Year Published:
Share in discussions while playing all kinds of video games including Smash Bros and CSGO.
by Advisor: MJ Dawson, Campus Ministry Year Published:This service club sets-up chairs and stage for school events held in the gym. The club celebrates their accomplishments by attending Carowinds at the end of the school year. by Advisors: Mr. Pena and Mr. Mathew 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. by Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:Students support injured military veterans by raising funds, sending care packages and writing letters, etc. Students support injured military veterans by raising funds, sending care packages and writing letters, etc. by Advisor: Mr. Trotter Year Published:This club aims to unite students of libertarian interests and political affiliations.