Charlotte Catholic has various club offerings from service to sports, games and hobbies, to Catholic worship...there is a club to fit the interests of every student!
Check back often to see the growing list of clubs for the 2022-2023 school year.
If you were not able to attend Club Day and want to join a club, just let the club advisor know you are interested in joining. Then please send an email from your school email account to Ms. McCullers (firstname.lastname@example.org) letting her know which club you have joined so your name will be added to the club roster. It is never too late to join a club!
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AAPI Awareness Clubby Advisor: Mr. Pham Year Published:
Asian American and Pacific Islanders Cultural Awareness Club – A club that connects students who are interested in or share an AAPI ethnic background and the Catholic faith. We want to spread awareness about Asian culture and educate others on topics such as Asian hate and discrimination.
Acapella Clubby Advisor: Mr. Shusdock Year Published:
This is a club to showcase individuals talents through music and singing.
Achievers Clubby Advisor: Dr. Sigwald Year Published:
This club is meant to create an intentional space for sharing among Black students at Charlotte Catholic. Club members, in consultation with their advisor, will determine guest speakers, presentations, topics for discussion, and/or service-learning projects throughout the year.
Anthropology Clubby Advisor: Mr. Goodier Year Published:
This club is meant to educate our school community on the subjects of archeology and anthropology through archeological digs and service opportunities.
Art Clubby Advisor: Ms. McManus Year Published:
This club is meant to build a community with a shared common love for art; to learn and improve drawing, painting, and 3D art skills.
Best Buddiesby Advisor: Mrs. Floriani Year Published:
Our club fosters one-on-one friendships with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Bird Watching Clubby Advisor: Ms. Tripp Year Published:
This club is a fun way for students to learn more about birds, different bird species, and conservation.
Breakfast Clubby Advisor: Ms. Mirizio Year Published:
The mission of this club is to break the barriers of friend groups and socialize with other groups.
Bright Blessings Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Winters Year Published:
The Bright Blessings club is meant to prepare and donate necessities or volunteer at Bright Blessings Organization to help provide underprivileged kids with birthday parties.
Caritas Clubby Advisor: Mr. Kuhn Year Published:
Catholic Social Justice Clubby Advisor: Ms. Adamian Year Published:
The purpose of this club is to focus on Catholic social justice issues such as poverty, bigotry, and inequity/inequality.
Ceramics Clubby Advisor: Ms. McManus Year Published:
The purpose of this club is to create a safe space for students to create and express themselves through ceramics.
Charlotte Catholic Martial Arts Clubby Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:
Through the learning of a traditional martial art, students are participating in self-defense and self-discipline practices.
Charlotte Catholic Rugby Clubby Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:
The Charlotte Catholic Rugby Club works to learn and play the game of rugby while also training to win the state championship and build sportsmanship and camaraderie on a team.
Charlotte Catholic Social Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Baker Year Published:
The Social Club exists to bridge gaps between friend groups and foster a stronger sense of community at Charlotte Catholic by hosting tailgates, social outings, and school-wide events.
Chess Clubby Advisor: Mr. Toland Year Published:
The chess club is a fun way to learn and improve our knowledge and understanding through the game of chess.
CLT Cleanupby Advisor: Mrs. Taylor Year Published:
The CLT Cleanup club focuses on saving the environment from littering by cleaning up trash around the city and expanding participation through signups for community service.
Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)by Advisor: Mr. Panther Year Published:
The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) is a national organization that prepares aspiring students for careers in Marketing, Management, Finance, and Hospitality.
Environmental Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Albertson Year Published:
The Environmental Club raises awareness of personal responsibility and action to develop good stewardship of the Earth and its life-giving resources given by God. This club facilitates on-campus recycling and off campus clean-ups.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)by Advisor: Coach Christmas Year Published:
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes aims to promote service amongst athletes at the school by hosting charity sporting events and other events such as tailgates.
FIAT (For Girls Only)by Advisor: Mrs. Garmilla Year Published:
The FIAT Club aims to help women navigate how to be a young Catholic woman in today’s society.
Finance Clubby Advisor: Mr. Panther Year Published:
The Finance Club is meant to teach students about the finance world through speakers and different competitions.
Flour Power Clubby Advisor: Ms. Cabana Year Published:
The Flour Power Baking Club hosts bake sales throughout the year to raise money for charity and hosts baking events to donate baked goods.
Food Around the Worldby Advisor: Sergio Asaro Year Published:
This club is meant for students to learn about different cultures and make new friends through food! Every month, a member will choose a country or culture to represent. They will bring food from that country to share with everyone and share information about the country with the group.
Freedom School Clubby Advisor: Ms. Winters Year Published:
The Freedom School Club is meant to collect supplies and volunteer for Freedom School to help kids prevent summer learning loss.
Future Medical Professionals Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Murlless Year Published:
This club aims to inspire, inform, and guide students who are interested in the medical field through lectures, service, and discussion.
German Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Schmid-Rankin Year Published:
The German Club works to promote and teach about German culture through events such as service projects, preparing Oktoberfest, visiting different German businesses.
Global Citizen Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Cabana Year Published:
The goal of our club is to discuss global events and raise awareness by supporting different organizations with fundraising and service grounded in faith and charity.
Greenway Walk and Talk Clubby Advisor: Ms. Friedman Year Published:
This club is meant to promote exercise and emotional and physical well-being.
Guitar Clubby Advisor: Ms. Friedman Year Published:
The Guitar club is meant to provide a place for students who enjoy playing guitar or who want to learn how to play guitar.
Gymnast Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Taylor Year Published:
This club is meant to teach the basics of gymnastics to show off to friends or just to have fun! You’ll talk about different skills and the point system, and learn proper stretching, basic floor exercises, and routines.
Hiking Clubby Advisor: Mr. Kalbaugh Year Published:
The Hiking Club aims to relieve the mental stress of school by engaging in healthy physical activity.
Hustle Hands Car Clubby Advisor: Mr. Kuhn Year Published:
No matter what kind of car you have or what it looks like, you’re blessed to have one! Get together with the hustle hands car club to learn more about each others’ cars and help with any repairs that the cars may need.
Interact Clubby Advisor: Ms. Friedman Year Published:
The Interact Club aims to help out people in need by raising money, donating items, and collecting items for those in need. Service projects include making meals for the homeless, volunteering at homeless shelters, and organizing donations for homeless shelters.
International Thespian Societyby Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:
The International Thespian Society puts on performances and assists with other events around campus. Students earn points to be inducted into the society. By participating in various theatre related activities, students work towards 50 points for honors distinction at graduation.
Isabella Santos Foundation Clubby Advisor: Ms. Davas Year Published:
This club aims to spread awareness for the Isabella Santos Foundation and help volunteer and raise money for rare pediatric cancer research. The club volunteers for the Isabella Santos Foundation and raises money through bake sales and dress down days.
Japanese Animeby Advisor: Ms. Chamberlain Year Published:
This club gives students a safe place to enjoy anime.
Latin Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:
The Latin Club is meant to do service projects while enjoying activities based on ancient culture and language.
Latin Honor Societyby Advisor: Mrs. Cona Year Published:
The Latin Honor Society exists to provide peer tutoring and support to younger Latin students.
Legacy Club (Invitation Only)by Advisor: Mrs. Zimmer Year Published:
The CCHS Legacy Club is there to support the Alumni Association and promote activities at Charlotte Catholic, such as Homecoming, the Alumni Basketball Tournament, etc.
Levine Buddiesby Advisor: Mrs. Culicerto Year Published:
The Levine Buddies Club builds relationships with the children at Levine Children’s Hospital. They work to perform activities that will lift the spirits of those in care at the Levine’s Children’s hospital.
Library Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Coughlin Year Published:
Club members will enhance and improve the library space while bringing awareness to reading and information.
Mel's Dinerby Advisor: Mr. Adderley Year Published:
Mel’s Diner Club works to package and serve food out to refugees and to the homeless.
Mental Health Awareness Clubby Advisor: Ms. Hager and Ms. Parks Year Published:
The Mental Health Awareness Club seeks to raise awareness of mental health in our school community and take action to support our peers.
Mock Trial Clubby Advisor: Ms. Fort Year Published:
The Mock Trial Team prepares students for trial competition as lawyers and witnesses. The competitions are sponsored by the NC Advocates for Justice.
Moot Court Clubby Advisor: Ms. Fort Year Published:
The Moot Court Team prepares students for appellate hearings as lawyers. The competitions are sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the NC Bar Association.
Mountain Biking Clubby 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.
Odessey of the Mindby Advisor: Mr. Riter Year Published:
The purpose of this club is to prepare Odyssey of the Mind teams for competitions which include creating an 8 minute skit and learning how to improvise in a limited amount of time.
Operation Smileby Advisor: Mr. Smith Year Published:
The Operation Smile Club works to bring awareness to and raise money for kids cleft lip surgeries through bake sales and dress down days.
Plans with Grands.by Advisor: Mrs. Moricone Year Published:
The Plans with Grands club helps elders as a community and works to make holidays special for them through gift baskets, cards, baked goods, and other activities.
Pokemon Clubby Advisor: Mr. Ashmawi Year Published:
This club will allow students to come together in a fun, accepting place to enjoy Pokemon and make friends.
S.S.S. Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Bier Year Published:
SSS is a club to help women in our community feel stronger, safer, and smarter by learning techniques to protect themselves.
Sage Clubby Mrs. Cabana Year Published: 2021
SAGE works to unites and support all of God’s children, to foster open dialogue within our faith-based community, and to raise money in an effort to support homeless youth.
Skateboard Clubby Advisor: Mr. Goodier Year Published:
The purpose of the skateboard club is to participate in the fun activity of skateboarding and to build friendships and camaraderie with others who enjoy skateboarding.
Smash Bros. Clubby Advisor: Mr. Pham Year Published:
The Smash Bros Club is a club for all students to be able to hang out and decompress after school with Smash Bros and other video games.
Spanish Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Palomino Year Published:
The Spanish club seeks to find creative ways to bring awareness to Latino communities as well as donate to various Latino organizations and charities.
Speech and Debate Team/Clubby Advisor Ms. Beyer Year Published:
The Speech and Debate team aims to teach students speech, writing, and delivery skills, how to engage in debates, how to properly research topic resolutions, and appeal to judges in their cases and delivery.For additional information on Speech and Debate Club, please see: Team Page
Sports Medicine Clubby Advisor: Mr. Wisocki Year Published:
The purpose of the Sports Medicine Club is to assist our athletic trainers and Charlotte Catholic athletes with rehabs and/or sporting events.
Storytelling Clubby Advisor: Belinda Butler Year Published:
The mission of the Storytelling Club is to maintain the art of storytelling through oral teaching and poetry recitation.
Sudoku and Puzzle Clubby Advisor: Ms. Flynn Year Published:
Need a fun way to relax and unplug after school? Join the Sudoku and Puzzles Club to do puzzles and play games among friends.
Tea Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Montague Year Published:
The Tea Club aims to share the joy and simplicity of tea while also being a great place to meet and hang out with friends.
The Webmasters Clubby Advisor: Mr. Daneri Year Published:
The Webmasters Club will help students to learn how to build, manage, and promote websites.
Tolkien Clubby Advisor: Mr. Adderley Year Published:
The Tolkien Club is meant to read and talk about Tolkien’s works among friends and scholars.
Veterans Appreciation Clubby Advisor: Ms. Luke Year Published:
The Veterans Appreciation Club is dedicated to helping and appreciating our veterans through service projects, honor walls and memorials, and other activities around the holidays.
Voices for Lifeby Advisors: Ms. McCullers 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.
W.O.W. Clubby Advisor: Ms. Luke Year Published:
W.O.W works to spread awareness and teaching about what it means to be a woman both physically and emotionally. They help women in need who don’t have access to basic feminine hygiene products and other necessities.
Way Finders Ambassadors Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Caponigro Year Published:
The Way Finders Ambassadors aim to help the less fortunate and give back by hosting bake sales, clothing drives, making Christmas goodie bags, and many other things.
Women in Written Worksby Advisor: Mr. Smith Year Published:
The WWW club aspires to highlight the various aspects of femininity and discuss how it is approached in contemporary literature.
Young Activists Clubby Advisor: Mr. Galarde Year Published:
As young activists, we gather to discuss and better understand issues in today’s society and how it affects our local communities. We then work to help these communities through service projects such as fundraising and drives.
Young Author's Clubby Advisor: Mrs. Simpson Year Published:
The Young Author’s Club seeks to have a group of students who enjoy creative writing and have a space to share and work on their writing skills. The club works with poetry, novels, short stories, plays, and game scripts.