Clubs & Activities


Extracurricular Activities

Student Clubs are an essential building block for Student Success, where students can find some of the enrichment activities they need as well as develop their leadership talents. Clubs offered at St. Joseph's High School are listed below.   

  • Ambassadors
  • Anime Club
  • Band
  • Business Club
  • Community Service
  • Drama Production
  • Diversity Club
  • Eco-School Team
  • Flying Club
  • Hackergal Hackathon
  • Leadership Camp
  • Liturgy Planning
  • Math Contests
  • Man Up Team
  • Pastoral Team
  • Peer Mentors
  • Peer Pals
  • Peer Tutors
  • Red Maple Book Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Ski Club 
  • Social Justice Initiatives
  • Student Council
  • Tech Crew
  • United Way
  • White Pine Book Club
  • Yearbook
  • Youth Ministry

Sports

    Home of the Jaguars

Schedules and Standings for inter-school play can be found at Fatdog.ca

Grade 7-8 Sports
Grade 9-12 Sports
Students may play 
on the following
Junior (under 16) or 
Senior (16 to 19) teams:
Badminton
Golf
Hockey
Rugby 
Softball 
Swim Team
Touch Football 
Track and Field
Ultimate Frisbee

Alpine Ski Team 
Badminton - Jr.
Badminton – Sr.
Baseball 
Basketball - Jr. Boys
Basketball - Jr. Girls 
Basketball - Sr. Boys
Basketball - Sr. Girls
Cross Country Running
Football - Varsity Boys
Football - Varsity Girls
Hockey
Lacrosse 
Rugby - Jr. Boys
Rugby - Varsity Boys
Rugby - Varsity Girls
Soccer - Jr. Boys
Soccer - Sr. Boys
Soccer - Varsity Girls
Track and Field
Ultimate Frisbee
Volleyball - Jr. Boys
Volleyball - Jr. Girls
Volleyball - Sr. Boys
Volleyball - Sr. Girls
Weight Room 




Intramural


Grade 7/8 Intramurals

The Intramural program is being run by Mr. MacLean.

This program takes place at 12:10 after the students eat. Each grade is given a schedule where designated classes are organized to play a specific sport until 12:40. 

Student Council



Student Council meets every Tuesday during the school year at lunch in the Drama Room.

St. Joseph High School has two
 co-presidents:

Sasha Rogers and Dan Nguyen