Art Club Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Julian.
Beautiful Earth Project Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Lamilla.
The Brain Bowl Team competes at the local, regional and state level. During the competition, teams answer questions as quickly as possible about current events, science, math, language arts, social studies and popular culture. Teams winning at the county and regional levels advance to the state level and may be eligible for scholarships offered by colleges and universities in Florida. Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Freeman.
Cheerleading Team attends home and local football games and generate crowd excitement for their Panther sports teams.
Creative Writing Literary and Arts Magazine Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Freeman.
Dance Marathon Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Copenhaver.
Debate Club follows the Public Forum debate style, allowing teams to debate topics without prior knowledge beforehand of which side they will be debating, and sometimes even the topic with will be debated, honing the skills of rapid argument formation, and teaching students to see controversial topics from all angles before having an opinion. Debate topics include controversial issues like experimentation on animals and gun control alongside with topical subjects such as school policies and the effects of video games on the youth. This teaches us to take all things seriously and prepares us for tests of logical thinking such as the SAT and ACT. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Rolph.
Drum Line Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Ruiz.
The Drama Club puts on an annual Spring show. In the past we have preformed such as “Bye, Bye Birdie”, “Cinderella”, “Annie”, and “Once Upon A Mattress”, Shrek”, and “Once on This Island”. Faculty Sponsor: Ms. Ruiz.
E Sports Club promotes interest in activities relating to computer software, computer hardware and networking. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Larson.
The French Club partakes in cultural events, hears from community from the francophone world, competes at the Modern Language Expo (Tallahassee) and
Le Congrès de la Culture Française en Floride (Orlando+Epcot), French National Honor Society, and takes cooking classes in the French/francophone culinary traditions. Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Margaret McColley.
Gardening Club Working to enhance and beautify our school and chapel grounds through gardening as a response to God’s call to be good stewards of His creation. Our work of tending the campus gardens and flowerbeds springs from a spirit of hospitality by which we hope to provide all who set foot on our campus with a sense of beauty and joy. Faculty Sponsors: Mrs. Copenhaver and Mrs. Barrett.
Latin Club Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Buzbee.
Men of Virtue The mission of the Saint John Paul II Men of Virtue is to guide the young men of SJPIICHS to grow ever more deeply in their relationship with God and with their neighbors, through prayer, discipleship, community and service, giving them the opportunity and the tools to develop the habits and practices of mind, body, and soul that will enable them to carry the light and love of God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, into the world in any and all endeavors they undertake. Faculty Sponsors: Mr. O’Sullivan and Mr. Marchand.
Model UN is an annual event where student delegations represent the member states of the United Nations, and facilitate proactive solutions to international problems through research, debate, and written resolutions. As diplomatic representatives, students will have the opportunity to gain skills in communication, negotiation, research methods, and consensus building. These conferences provide the means for a fun, energetic, and educational environment while focusing on real life situations. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Marchand.
Mu Alpha Theta (ΜΑΘ) is a United States mathematics honor society for high schools and two-year colleges. Its main goals are to inspire keen interest in mathematics, develop strong scholarship in the subject, and promote the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two year college students. The name is a rough transliteration of math into Greek (Mu Alpha Theta). Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Serpico.
The SJPII Chapter is a chartered member of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals to recognize academic achievement while encouraging the positive attributes of service to community, worthy leadership, and the development of citizens of good character. For further information on the national organization you may access www.nhs.us. Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Serpico.
Spanish and Culture Club Faculty Sponsor: Señora Baez
Our Student Government Executive Board organizes projects such as Freshman Orientation, Homecoming Week, and The Homecoming Dance. They also plan many class sponsored fundraisers. Faculty Sponsor: Mr. Marchand.
The Squirettes of Mary is a female organizational branch of the Knights of Columbus. We are an organization that ministers to the poor by following the example of Jesus, Mary, and our circle’s patroness, St. Teresa of Calcutta. Through club activities like our weekly Rosary, a monthly trip to serve food to the needy, and fundraising for Catholic Relief services through the Lenten Rice Bowl campaign, we hope to always live out our motto: “To Know, Love, and Serve”. Faculty Sponsor: Mrs. Barrett