Student Clubs and Organizations at Saint Jude Catholic School serve to provide students the opportunity to become engaged in the campus community, gain a deeper sense of belonging and enhance their learning in co-curricular setting. Leaders and members of clubs have the opportunity to create inclusive communities for the student body to support the school’s vision and mission.
Through clubs, students are able to develop leadership skills, meet other students that share similar interests, and contribute positively to their Saint Jude Catholic School character formation experience.
- Elementary Clubs – These are extensions of the clubs in the High School Department. These are mostly co-curricular, interest, and religious clubs.
- Junior High School Clubs – These are the classic co-curricular, interest, and service clubs. These are open to primary and secondary club registration to Junior High School students.
- Senior High School and IBDP Clubs – These are student-initiated clubs and exclusively open to primary and secondary club registration to Senior High School and IBDP students. The two (2) main categories of clubs are as follow:
- Co-curricular Organizations – They are those that support the academic
- Co-curricular Organizations – They are those that support the academic development of its members. The main thrust is based on the objectives and nature of the academic strand (STEM, HUMMS, ABM) each organization aims to complement.
- Interest Clubs – They are those that cater to the development of its members in a specific field of interest. Such interest shall be of significance to the member’s development of skills, talents, hobbies, etc.
- High School Departmental Clubs – These are the performing arts and religious clubs that are open to primary and secondary club registration to Junior High School students, and open to secondary club membership to Senior High School and IBDP students.