Clubs & Activities

Get Involved!

 

There are countless ways for students at St. Joseph Regional Jr. High to get involved in clubs, activities, and enrichment. From language classes to performance ensemble, choir and band, field trips, retreats, service work, student council leadership.

The middle years are such a vibrant time of exploration. We encourage our students to try new things, and encourage their friends to do so.

St. Joe's offers many clubs that meet during school hours, allowing every interested and academically eligible student access to these programs. Students are encouraged to take active roles in the St. Joseph student government and media programs. The Student Council provides leadership opportunities within the student body and acclimates students to the political process.

Students have an integral role in determining the content of clubs. Past and present clubs represent a wide spectrum of diverse interests. The teachers, staff, administration and extended school family come together to offer the most comprehensive educational experience for all of our students.

 

Present and Past Clubs and Organizations:

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  • Skiing/Snowboarding

  • Yearbook

  • Art Club

  • Student Council

Corporal Works of Mercy Service Projects:  New Horizons Soup Kitchen Service the third Thursday of each month.

NH Catholic Schools Week:  Each year students participate in an array of exciting activities during NH Catholic Schools Week, such as Homeroom Games and snow tubing at McIntire Ski Area.

Student Council Leadership:  Each October, students prepare speeches and campaign for student council offices of president, vice president, treasurer, public relations, activities director, religious leader. Students elect their peers into leadership roles that include giving school tours, planning events and more.

St. Joseph Regional Regional Jr. High School

148 Belmont Street 

Manchester, NH 03103

(603) 624-4811

For general inquiries: akane@stjoesjrhs.org

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