At Seton Catholic, students can join a variety of clubs that appeal to every interest - from social justice to trivia to fishing - and much more! All clubs are student-run and new clubs can be formed at any time. We are always adding new clubs to our lineup, and all students are invited to join at any time!
Clubs coming soon: Bowling Club, Outdoor Club, D
Also known as "The Finer Things," Book Club is an opportunity for students to select, read, and discuss a new book each month. Fans of all genres are welcome!
Founded in 2019, the Seton Catholic Eco Club is dedicated to preserving the environment and raising awareness about how to live an eco-conscious life! Projects include recycling drives, fundraisers, and public service activities.
Seton's Fishing Club was founded by our principal, Dr. Rusk, and is open to avid fisher-folk and novices alike! Members can share stories, partake in fishing challenges, and learn new techniques.
Hone your debate skills and get a look at the legal process with Mock Trial! Students are
paired up with a local attorney who guides our students through the process of building and defending a legal case. Our Seton Catholic Mock Trial team also has the opportunity to compete in the annual Mock Trial competition at the Clark County Courthouse!
Multi-Cultural Club (MCC)
The Seton Catholic Multi-Cultural Club is open to all students and educates the student body about issues relating to race and diversity while celebrating and seeks to celebrate all ethnic backgrounds and traditions. MCC runs Seton Catholic's Black History month celebrations and assemblies, as well as various service projects and fundraisers throughout the year.
National Honor Society (NHS)
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
Student Newspaper: The Daily Roar
The Daily Roar is the student-led newspaper at Seton Catholic. Topics cover a variety of subjects pertaining to our students, including quizzes, profiles, and news! To read more, check out setondailyroar.com