Clubs and Activities
From National Beta Club to Campus Ministry, Seton Catholic students have an encouraging place to explore and launch a journey of self-discovery.
Our club programs are organized in a manner that allows students to take the lead organizing and implementing extra-curricular activities, as well as coordinating social events and service initiatives.
Art Club is open to all students of Seton Catholic, grades 6-12. Students work seasonally on arts and crafts projects, based upon their interests. A student may attend the art club project for fall, then skip the winter project if they wish or vice versa with the other seasons. Students attend based upon their interest in the topic and medium. Space is limited and seats are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. See Mrs. Cravin for more information.
Book Club allows students to read for . . . well, just the fun of it. Like anything else, practice makes perfect, and students who read more than they are required to will improve as readers. We will begin with short stories, and then the group will agree on a novel. The beauty for fun of reading is in the journey, but the payoff is immeasurable. See Ms. Beach for more information.
Seton Catholic School provides a loving Christian environment in which Christ's teachings are proclaimed and lived.
Campus Ministry is a faith-based club that meets to help plan liturgy and discuss faith-based issues. In Campus Ministry, students have a chance to explore their faith more deeply and learn to share their love for the Lord who loves them in a more real and daily manner. Campus Ministry is meant to complement the religious education which all Seton Students receive for four years. See Ms. Beach for more information.
A student-driven Campus Ministry Team helps to lead days of reflection for Advent and Lent and sponsors special events, such as class retreats, pro-life events, and service projects. School faculty members work with parish youth personnel to connect our students to the parish, diocesan, national, and international Catholic events.
All students are encouraged to become aware of the needs of others both within the school family and the broader community and to respond to others through the school service program. Seton Catholic School is a community permeated by a genuine family atmosphere where love for Christ and the joyful living of faith is the foundation for every aspect of life.
The chess club is available to all students interested in camaraderie, chess, learning problem-solving skills, and strategy.
Students play during lunch period several days a week. Our goal is to join the US Chess Federation and play in sanctioned events vs. other US Chess Federation schools. See Mr. Metzalar for more information.
Drama Club will be launching soon. We will be exploring plays and musicals that would be safe to perform in the COVID environment and beyond. Stay tuned for a day and time! See Ms. Hale for more information.
The Ecology Club is a student-driven club that promotes conservation, recycling, "going green," and environmental activism. A Carolina Fence Garden and a Rain Garden are two of the future projects being considered. As a result of work on a Cross Country/Ecology trail in our woods, specimen plantings are being considered to enhance a student's learning experience. Our students also have a different environment to relax in and relieve stress. All are welcome. See Mr. Poland for more information.
National Beta Club
The National Senior Beta Club is a leadership-service club whose purpose is to encourage effort and reward merit, and to promote those qualities that make for good citizenship. The motto is “Let us lead by serving others.” St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School extends membership invitations annually to students who earn a GPA of 3.0 or above and demonstrate leadership ability. Beta Club combines the great work students are already doing with high ideals and a service culture that stems both from the DNA of our school mission and the nature of the Catholic faith. The highlight of the Beta Year is the State Convention in February which allows students to compete against other Beta members from our state in academic competitions and elect state officers. See Mr. Tomasko for more information.
National Honor Society
SEASHS has launched a National Honor Society. A faculty advisory board has been created and is working on criteria for students to be invited for membership. Juniors and seniors are considered. Membership in the National Honor Society is aforethought to be an important qualification for college acceptance. See Mr. Poland for more information.
Ping Pong Club
The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School Table Tennis Club is open to players of all skill levels, whether you are a beginner, have some experience, or are an advanced player. All of those within the Seton community have the opportunity to compete recreationally or in more advanced competitions. Whether you are a seasoned player, or someone looking to improve or explore a new sport, table tennis provides opportunities for sportsmanship, fellowship, civility, fair play, and cooperation. We invite you to explore our club today! See Mr. Malone for more information.
Seton’s very own Rock Band is underway, practicing on Mondays and Thursdays after school until 4:30. Rock Band practices mostly Heavy Metal. If you are interested in Rock Band, or Classic Rock or Pop Band, see Mrs. Hale for more information.
The Student councils offers a representative structure for students to become involved in the affairs of the school and work in partnership with school administration, faculty, and parents for the benefit of the school and its students. Student Council shares students’ ideas, interests, and concerns with faculty and administration. They also help raise funds for schoolwide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need, and school reform. Student Council runs food drives, fundraisers and dances. See Mrs. Cravin for more information