Student Clubs

Each year, students have the opportunity to develop and lead an extra-curricular club with the approval and supervision of a faculty club sponsor. At the beginning of the school year, students will be able to submit their club idea. If approved, they promote their club during the annual Clubs & Organization Day (typically in September). 

2020-2021 Student Clubs

List of 32 items.

  • Beekeeping Club

    Ms. Sherry Lim
  • Chess Club

    Mr. Travis Waddington
  • Dance Club

    Mr. Troy Griffith and Mrs. Taylor Griffith
  • Debate Club

    Dr. Patrick Cook and Dr. Brian LePort
  • Film and Analysis Club

    Mr. Matt Ridewood
  • Friendship Bracelet Club

    Mr. David Archer
  • Gaming Club

    Mr. Justin Kutscherousky
  • Global Religion and Culture

    Fr. Nate Bostian and Dr. Brian LePort
  • Guitar Club

    Mr. David Archer
  • Interact Club

    Fr. Nate Bostian
  • International Club

    Mr. Mark Harrison
  • Junior Classical League (Middle School)

    Mrs. Claudia Monsalvez Clark
  • Junior Classical League (Upper School)

    Mr. Alleyne Rogers
  • Junior State of America (JSA)

    Dr. Luis Murillo
  • Lego Club

    Mr. Leland Goertz
  • Literature and Improvement

    Dr. Patrick Cook
  • Middle School Robotics

    Mr. Omar Valdez
  • Model United Nations

    Dr. Luis Murillo
  • Mountain Bikers Club

    Mr. Aaron Hawkins
  • National Honors Society (NHS)

    Dr. Patrick Cook
  • Panthers Pickleball Club

    Mr. Aaron Hawkins
  • Piano Club

    Dr. Joey DeLoach
  • Podcast Club

    Mrs. Stephanie Gish
  • Red Cross Club

    Mrs. Cary Hammonds
  • Social Media Squad

    Mrs. Stephanie Gish
  • Spanish Honor Society

    Ms. Sofia Gonzelez
  • Stock Market Club

    Ms. Anne McCarthy
  • The Middle School Literary Community

    Ms. Lucy Adams
  • TMI Youth Group

    Mr. Daniel Forman
  • U.S. History and Culture Club

    Mr. Bob Ridewood
  • Vox Populi Club

    Dr. Patrick Cook
  • Writing Club

    Mrs. Courtney Duke
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20955 W. Tejas Trail
San Antonio TX 78257
phone (210) 698-7171
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