The Aerospace Engineering Club is an academic club where we learn more about applications in the different fields of space science and engineering. Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. O’Leary Link to The Aerospace Engineering Club Web Site
The Brain Bowl Team competes at the local, regional and state level. During the competition, teams answer questions as quickly as possible about current events, science, math, language arts, social studies and popular culture. Teams winning at the county and regional levels advance to the state level and may be eligible for scholarships offered by colleges and universities in Florida. Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Hensarling
The Drama Club puts on an annual Spring show. In the past we have performed plays such as “Arsenic and Old Lace” and Musicals such as “Cinderella”, “Wizard of Oz”, and “Godspell”.
The Glee Club practices after school for performances in the Fall and Spring Fine Arts Showcases.
The Journalism Team works on the quarterly school newspaper and the annual yearbook. Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Newman
The Latin Club promotes the classics through our service projects, attendance at Regional, State, and National competitions and most importantly school spirit..
Model UN is an annual event where student delegations represent the member states of the United Nations, and facilitate proactive solutions to international problems through research, debate, and written resolutions. As diplomatic representatives, students will have the opportunity to gain skills in communication, negotiation, research methods, and consensus building. These conferences provide the means for a fun, energetic, and educational environment while focusing on real life situations. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Van Gessel Link to the Model UN Web Site
Mu Alpha Theta (ΜΑΘ) is a United States mathematics honor society for high schools and two-year colleges. Its main goals are to inspire keen interest in mathematics, develop strong scholarship in the subject, and promote the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two year college students. The name is a rough transliteration of math into Greek (Mu Alpha Theta). Faculty Sponsor: Miss Davis Link to the Mu Alpha Theta Web Site
The JPII Chapter is a chartered member of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals to recognize academic achievement while encouraging the positive attributes of service to community, worthy leadership, and the development of citizens of good character. For further information on the national organization you may access www.nhs.us, Faculty Sponsor: Miss Weiss Link to the JPII National Honor Society Web Site
The Spanish Club is meant to bring together students who are interested in the Spanish language and culture.
The Columbian Squires is an international youth fraternity run by the Knights of Columbus for Catholic boys between the ages of 10 and 18. A Squires circle is designed to be run both by and for young men. Through their local circle, Squires work and socialize as a group of friends, gradually developing into Catholic leaders. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Wright Link to the Squires Web Site
Squirettes: Our Student Government (SGA) organizes projects such as Freshman Orientation, Homecoming Week, and The Homecoming Dance. They also plan many class sponsored fundraisers. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Wright Link to the Squirettes Web Site
The Technology Club promotes interest in activities relating to computer software, computer hardware and networking. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Wright Link to the Technology Club Web Site