A Jesuit education offers more than classroom instruction. Involvement in cocurricular activities is one way that students can push themselves to be open to growth. Cocurricular involvement doesn’t just look good on college applications; more importantly, students who participate in clubs and after-school activities meet new friends, explore academic, cultural and personal interests, develop social and leadership skills, and learn to see the world from a different perspective. With over 40 different activities at the school, ranging from Student Senate to Robotics to Theater and Drama, there is a wide variety of cocurricular opportunities for students to choose from. And, if we’re missing something, students are always welcome to submit ideas for new clubs and activities.