Clubs & Extracurricular Activities
If you see a club you are interested in or would like to learn more about, email the moderator for meeting dates and information!
- autism speaks
- Best Buddies International
- Campus Ministry
- CrossRoads (Music Ministry)
- Dance Company
- French Club
- Girls Who Code
- Italian Club
Autism Speaks teaches compassion and informs students about spectrum needs while partnering with local organizations to raise awareness, funds for research, and build community relations. Students participate in walk-a-thons and other events in the area.
Ms. Misty Tabon
Best Buddies is dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of the 200 million people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. For individuals within this community, Best Buddies helps them form meaningful friendships with their peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy and communications skills, and feel valued by society.
Mrs. Mary-Kate O'Maramarykate.firstname.lastname@example.org
Vocalists, musicians/instrumentalists, and composers call others to witness Christ through their humble performances at various liturgies and community events throughout the year.
Mr. Michael McCormack
Our competitive and performance-based dance company consists of well-trained dancers and provides them with opportunities to continue their passion during and after school hours. Dancers interested must be able to execute various technical dance skills in order to be a member. Students can sign up for elective dance classes during their school day to help with their competitive edge. Dancers who remain in the Dance Company through their Senior year have the opportunity to be inducted into the National Honor Society for Dance Arts.
Ms. Maria Virginio
President: Kristina Franco '20
Vice President: Lily Coniglio '21
As students discover the rich culture within the French-speaking world, they explore its diversity and participate in service projects, benefitting charities within the French community.
Ms. May Basse
Girls who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. We offer learning opportunities for female students to deepen their computer science skills as well as their confidence while building a supportive sisterhood of peers and role models.
Mrs. Lizette Foley & Mrs. Laura Shearer
Every Monday, Interact offers students an opportunity to volunteer and to receive service hours at the Jack and Jill Children’s Center, an underprivileged day care center in the heart of Fort Lauderdale. By playing, reading, and engaging with the children, students mature into compassionate individuals with a heart for service.
MRS. MARIANNE JONES
As students discover the rich culture within the Italian-speaking world, they explore its diversity and participate in service projects, benefitting charities within the Italian-speaking community.
- Model UN
- Raider Review
- Raiders for Life
- Recycling Corps
- Silver Knights
- Surfrider Youth CLub
- Veritas (Yearbook)
Model UN is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees, addressing current issues.
Mr. Frank Ortoleva
Raider Review provides an opportunity to cultivate skills as a writer, editor, photographer, and videographer while members research stories, conduct interviews, compile content, compose articles, and design the page layouts that are featured on our newspaper’s site, www.raiderreview.org. Active club members may become eligible to apply for membership in the Quill & Scroll International Honor Society during their second year of club participation.
Mrs. Helena Asquini
Promoting the value of life from womb to the tomb, students partner with the Respect Life Office to sponsor service projects such as diaper drives and to participate in the Life Chain, March for Life, and 40 Days for Life.
Ms. Michaela Ecker
Our students prevent recyclable waste from contributing to our landfills by collecting items from recyclable containers in each classrooms. The Recycling Corps assigns students to specific classrooms to retrieve the material.
Mrs. Aimee Lowe
This prestigious award recognizes outstanding students leaders who have not only maintained good grades but also who have unselfishly applied their special knowledge and talents to contribute significant service to their schools and communities.
The application process is open to high school seniors. Winners will receive $2,000 and a round-trip airplane ticket from American Airlines.
Mrs. Karen Krugman
Mrs. Jeanne Mingarelli
The STA Surfrider Youth Club is committed to a wide range of activities including organizing initiatives based on project-based learning. These range from beach cleanups to eliminating single use plastics on-campus to greening the STA campus.
Mrs. Aimee Lowe
Yearbook, a club and an elective course during the year, affords marketable experience in print media publishing, as they work toward the creation, marketing, and sale of Veritas, the Saint Thomas Aquinas yearbook.