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Presently there are more than 100 clubs representing various interests here at SI. Students meet at recess and after school to work on the school newspaper, help encourage ecological sustainability, organize rallies, prepare radio broadcasts, and much more. We encourage you, too, to be involved in student government to hone your leadership skills. All frosh are required to engage in at least one co-curricular activity, and many develop lifelong interests and skills thanks to their start in clubs at SI.

All clubs at SI belong to one of the following categories:

  • Academic Clubs: Clubs that pertain to certain academic interests here on campus.
  • Affiliate Clubs: Clubs that are affiliated with a nationally recognized organization.
  • Affinity Groups: Groups that promote awareness and respect for diversity at St. Ignatius. Click for more information about Affinity Groups.
  • Community Engagement Clubs/Social Justice: Clubs pertaining to promoting social justice. 
  • Cultural Club: Clubs that celebrate different cultures. Unlike Affinity Groups, students do not need to self-identify with the culture - anyone can join.
  • Publications: Clubs that deal with any form of publication within the SI community.
  • Service Clubs: Clubs that serve our school community by assisting with certain events and/or providing a service to our school community.
  • Social Clubs: Clubs that promote the recreational interests of the student body. 

Whether focused on academics, community engagement, service, producing a publication, or any other purpose, SI clubs represent opportunities for students to hone skills and pursue their passions with school support.

See the SI Club Handbook for standards all SI clubs must have and for how to start a new club.

Clubs may request funding through this form. Contact Director of Student Activities Michelle Finn at for conditions of funding, or for any questions.

Club List