Groups & Clubs
SMCMS’s activities, athletic teams and clubs work hand-in hand with the school’s academic program to educate each student as a whole person. These activities are integral to the well-rounded spiritual, intellectual, physical and psychological development fostered in every student at St. Mary Catholic Middle School. Fees are required for many activities, but special arrangements can be made if the fee is a hardship. Register online for a group or club activity.
The high school and middle school co-curricular activities are supported by the SMCS Booster Club. Visit the booster club webpage to learn how you can help support our 32 athletic and club activities!
The middle school book club meets monthly during lunch for book discussions. The group chooses a different book each month and shares recommendations of other books they’ve read.
FIRST Lego League
FIRST is open to all grades and encourages creative and critical thinking, teamwork and perseverance. Teams practice from September through December and repeatedly advanced to the state level of competition.
This service club meets once a month after school and all students are encouraged to participate. Past service club projects have included Toys for Tots, Give-A-Kid-A-Book and making blankets for patients at the Children’s Hospital and more. Officers are elected by their peers.
Math Counts and Math Team
With practices and competitions from October through February, math team and Math Counts are open to all Seton students who have an interest. Selected teams compete in the nationally sponsored Math Counts tournament, and others in meets sponsored by area schools. The purpose is to encourage students to have fun with math, while increasing math abilities and skills.
Offered by the SPIRITUS team, a group of young adult Catholics whose mission is to make the Catholic faith relevant and meaningful to youth, the Drop-In occurs one or two Fridays each month.
STEM Club VEX Robotics
The SMCS STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Club exists to foster students’ interest in areas of science and technology through enjoyable hands-on, inquiry-based activities. The award-winning robotics program which enjoys an excellent national reputation, prides itself on a history of strong student participation, knowledgeable industry mentors and generous donor support. Through hands-on learning with real world applications, students have the opportunity to study robot design, programming and gaming strategies.
SMCS STEM Club Robotics is open to St. Mary Catholic Middle School eighth graders (only), and is active throughout the school year. Teams from the high school team regularly advance to national and world levels of robotics competition. Please contact the program’s advisor for more information.
The purpose of the SMCMS Student Council is to provide first-hand experience in the methods and procedures of democratic government. In addition, the student council sponsors activities in the areas of academics, socials, sports, and fundraising. All members of the student body are encouraged to participate in these activities. Student Council officers are selected (not elected) the last month of school for the next school year.
This group engages in small-group discussions and activities relating to the day’s prayer service theme. It takes place after each prayer service and lasts about 20 minutes. Voyagers is open to all students who are interested in participating.