Clubs and Activities

Something for Everyone

With over 20 opportunities for Clubs and Activities, you're sure to find something that fits your God-given talents. Explore the options below, and if you have any questions, reach out to Cathedral Activities Director Emmett Keenan GO CRUSADERS!

  • Anime Club (7-12)

    Come, sit back, talk to some people, and watch some anime with us.

    Anime Club meets once a month for grades 7-12. Anime Club members are able to suggest different series that the group watches in the original Japanese audio with English subtitles. Manga and the occasional snack from Japan is provided for those interested. A permission slip is required to all students who participate after their first meeting.

    If you have questions about Anime Club, please contact Mr. Wollersheim at

  • Art Club (7-12)

    Do you love art and want to get better at it? Then join our club! We’re always excited to have new members.

    We work in clay, stained glass, sculpture, painting, drawing, 2D art and 3D art. Membership is open to all students in grades 7-12 even if you aren’t in an art class. Art Club also has seasonal activities like pumpkin carving, gingerbread house building, and Spring sidewalk chalk.

    2020 Art Club Schedule

    2020-2021 Art Club Captains: TBD

    There is a fee of $95 for 7th/8th graders and $110 for 9th-12th graders.

    If you have questions about Art Club, please contact Mr. Keller at

  • Drama/Theatre (7-12)

    Meet new friends, develop new skills, and see firsthand how plays and theater acts are produced!  There are many opportunities for performers, or you can join the fun by working backstage with lighting and audio mixing, designing and constructing props and scenery and even learning theater makeup and costuming.

    Drama/Theatre opportunities include:

    • Fall Play (September-November)
    • Middle School Play (October-December)
    • One-Act (January-February)
    • Spring Musical (January-May)

    Fee: $110 (no charge for Middle School Play)

    Questions? Contact Theatre Director, Mr. Jeremy Wollersheim, at

    2020-21 SEASON

  • German Honor Society (10-12)

    Delta Epsilon Phi is an academic and service based organization.  Its primary function is to promote the study of German as well as international tolerance and acceptance of all cultures.

    German students in Levels 4 and AP German are chosen to serve in the German Honor Society based on their academic performance in the language and their willingness to help tutor and mentor younger students in German.  Members also promote the German culture by creating awareness of the local German heritage of the area.

    Students assist in preparing school wide celebrations related to German holidays and hosting international film nights.  In addition, they create presentations for exploratory programs and open house information nights.  The students in Delta Epsilon Phi are interested in promoting relationships within the school international community as well, helping make the international students of Cathedral feel accepted and welcomed.

    Advisor:  Ms. Mugge

  • Jazz Band (9-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our band.

    9th-12th grade: Membership is open to band students in grades 9-12. Auditions may be required depending on the number of students interested. Instrumentation includes alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, trumpets, trombones, piano, bass, and drum set. Emphasis is placed on standard jazz, dance, and popular musical styles. The technique of improvisation is encouraged and will be further developed. Community and school performances continue throughout the school year.

    7th and 8th grade: This band is a co-curricular activity, no course credits – but letter points may be obtained. Membership is open to all 7th & 8th graders. 7th/8th grade Jazz Band meets before school on Tuesday’s at 7:30am.

    Students must register for Jazz Band.  There is a fee of $95 (for 7th/8th graders) and $110 (for 9th-12th graders).

    If you have questions about Jazz Band, please contact Ms. Lastine-Chopp at

  • Knowledge Bowl (9-12)

    If you like trivia, and are looking for a fun way to share your knowledge, Knowledge Bowl is the place for you!

    Knowledge Bowl is a fun way for students to use their academic skills in a competitive setting. Students participate in teams (usually four students), competing against teams from other schools in answering questions from every academic. Besides being fun and social, Knowledge Bowl helps develop skills like critical thinking, collaboration and decision-making. High school Knowledge Bowl is open to any 9th-12th grader. Most meets are Saturdays from 9:00-3:00, January into early March.

    Students must register for Knowledge Bowl. There is a $110 fee for Knowledge Bowl.

    If you have questions about Knowledge Bowl, please contact John Watry at

  • Math League (9-12)

    Math League is for 9th – 12th grade students who want to foster their love of mathematics by competing with students from other high schools in the Minnesota State High School Mathematics League. The competitions consist of individual and small group math problem solving. Advancement to regional and state competition is possible.

    Competitions are held during the months of November through March. Meets typically start at 4 pm and finish around 6:15 pm. Students are responsible for their own transportation home from the St. Cloud area meets.

    Practices begin in October and are held once a week.

    Students must register for Math League.  There is a fee of $110.   Registration must be completed and fees paid to participate in the first meet.

    If you have questions about Math League, please contact Cindy Austin at

  • Memory Book (7/8)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our club.

    Memory Book is the grade 7 & 8 version of a yearbook. This book contains individual pictures of students and several pages of informal shots about all aspects of school life. The pictures, the layout and captions are done by 7th and 8th grade students and staff members and uses the same tools used in creating the High School yearbook.  Memory Book meets once a month first semester and twice a month after December.

    If you have questions about Memory Book, please contact Mr. Wollersheim at

  • Minnesingers (9-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our ensemble.

    Minnesingers is a dynamic vocal performance ensemble with emphasis on entertaining outside of our school community. Our main purpose as a select ensemble is to learn how to perform with the high energy it takes to be entertainers and to showcase the musical talent that Cathedral High School has, via public performance. An audition in the spring is required and each member must be enrolled in Concert Choir. Participation in this group of talented, caring people will help develop reactivity, poise, confidence, and self-discipline. You’ll make friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Rehearsals are on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday mornings before school.

    Students must register for Minnesingers. There is a fee of $110.

    If you have questions about Minnesingers or any other singing opportunity, please contact Mr. Rydberg at

  • Mock Trial (7-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our group.

    Students must register for Mock Trial. There is a fee of $110.  The team is coached by Jason Migala.

    The Minnesota High School Mock Trial Program is an exciting law-related education program that introduces students to the American legal system and provides a challenging opportunity for personal growth and achievement.  Students exercise their critical thinking and teamwork skills, as well as the basic skills learned in the classroom.  Mock Trial allows students to experience an activity outside the classroom and enhances their teamwork and persuasive public speaking skills as well as introducing them to the Judiciary system. There are four Mock Trial meets held in actual District Courtrooms, as well as the opportunity to advance to the State Meet and from there, Nationals.

    How Mock Trial works:  Students are provided a case with case materials that includes affidavits, exhibits as well as stipulations and Court rulings.  The cases rotate between civil and criminal cases each year.  The students develop a theory of the case and their own line of questioning with the assistance of an attorney coach.

    Practices:  vary based on student/attorney schedules, but typically mornings from 7:15-8:00am.  Competitions are during the school day and transportation is provided to the various courthouses.

    If you have questions about Mock Trial, please contact Emmett Keenan at

  • National Honor Society (11-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our group.

    The Crusader Chapter of the National Honor Society was established to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in our students. Juniors (3.5 or above GPA) and Sophomores (3.75 or above GPA) who have demonstrated outstanding qualities of scholarship, leadership, character and service are selected by a five member faculty committee in the spring. During the school year, NHS members are expected to organize and participate in several service and community activities. NHS meets twice each month. Activities NHS members have organized include blood drives, homecoming activities at the football game, sell homecoming t-shirts, organizing the Operation Christmas Child gift drive, serving at Grandparents’ Day, and many others which benefit the school and wider community.

    If you have questions about National Honor Society, please contact Ms. Frank-Henrichs at

  • Pep Band (9-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our group.

    Membership is open to band students in grades 9-12. All Concert Band students are strongly encouraged to participate. Music includes march standards, popular tunes, and cheers. Performances include selected home athletic events in football, volleyball, boys and girls basketball, and boys and girls hockey.

    If you have questions about Pep Band, please contact Ms. Lastine-Chopp at

  • Prayer Partners Club (7-12)

    Prayer Partners Club started in 2016 as a club designed to continually pray for those who are asking for or in need of prayers.

    Prayer Partners pray everyday, several times a day, and throughout the year for a need.
    The prayer request can be anonymous, or as specific as you want.

    No one should ever feel like they are forsaken, forgotten, or facing difficulties alone.

    If you have questions or would like to join the Prayer Partners Club, please contact Ms. McMonigal at

  • Spanish National Honor Society (10-12)

    Cathedral High School is proud to have been accepted into the National Spanish Honor Society in May of 2013.

    La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an Honor Society for students who have demonstrated high academic achievements in the study of the Spanish language and culture. The students must maintain excellent academic achievement in Spanish classes and demonstrate leadership and enthusiasm towards the study of Spanish language and learning about Hispanic culture.

    Members of the National Spanish Honor Society are official International Student Ambassadors at CHS. As ambassadors to the international students, they plan and attend events for our international students. Some of the events they have organized include bowling, ice skating, pumpkin carving, hay rides, downhill skiing, and international holiday celebrations.

    Advisor:  Ms. Brown

  • Speech (7-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our team.

    The Speech Team allows students the opportunity to compete individually and as a team member at speech invitationals and district contests, and possibly in the region and state meets. Each student has the opportunity to participate in one of thirteen areas of speech competition. Examples include Great Speeches, Extemporaneous Speaking, Storytelling, and Creative Expression. Speech competition is governed by the Minnesota State High School League with competitions primarily taking place on Saturdays during the second semester of school.

    Students must register for Speech. There is a fee of $200.

    If you have questions about Speech, please contact Hy Larson at

  • Student Ambassadors (11-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of our group.

    Student Ambassadors are students who are in grades 11th and 12th and are active in both academic and non-academic activities, possess leadership abilities, and exhibit the enthusiasm of being a Crusader. They are a select group of students whose main purpose is the positive promotion of Cathedral. Selection is based on application, faculty recommendation, and an interview.

    Ambassador responsibilities include conducting tours, assisting with various events including Exploration Day and Open House, making phone calls to prospective students, assisting with mailings to prospective students, and supporting recruitment of Cathedral.

    The Student Ambassador Program is not only a tool for student recruitment, but it is also a vehicle for promoting individual leadership skills. As an Ambassador, you will have the opportunity for self-growth and a chance to excel in leadership roles. You will also have the opportunity to earn service hours.

    Serving as a Student Ambassador is a privilege. It is an important responsibility in the recruitment process. As an official representative of the school, you are showing your dedication and support of Cathedral.

    If you have questions about becoming a Student Ambassador, please contact Denise Klein at

  • Student Senate/Student Council (7-12)

    We are excited that you are interested in being part of Senate (grades 9-12) and Student Council (grades 7 and 8).

    The Cathedral Student Senate and Student Council are the official voice of the student body. They exists to communicate with the faculty and administration on matters of concern to students of more than one grade. Each class has a set of officers who serve on the Student Senate/Student Council, as well as leading their own class councils. The Student Senate /Council has a set of executive officers who direct activities of the Student Senate/Council. The officers are responsible for initiating and finalizing all Student Senate activities.

    Student Senate members are voted in to office by their classmates.  7th and 8th graders will have the opportunity to enroll as a Student Council member through their Crusader Class.

    If you have questions about Student Senate or Student Council, please contact Mr. Lalley at

  • Trap Club (7-12)

    Cathedral High School Trap Club (Spring season)

    Trap Club is open to all students grades 7-12.

    Practice is held on Monday’s at Deltone/Luth Gun Club in St. Cloud after school (Feb. 27-May 22).  State competition is in mid-June.

    Participants need to provide their own shotgun, (Coaches will check to see if it is appropriate for the sport of trap.)  They must have a MN Firearms Safety Certificate as well.

    Cost is $35 (paid to MNSHSCTL) when students register.  Each week costs $20 (target/shells), however a fundraiser is available through Stearns County Pheasants Forever to offset the cost of this.

    For more information on Trap Club visit 

    To register for Trap Club, please contact Joe Opitz at Additional forms will be sent to you to complete your registration.

  • Ultimate Frisbee (7-12)

    We are excited you are interested in being part of our team.

    Cathedral Ultimate is open to boys and girls in grades 7-12th grade.  Practices are held at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in St. Cloud after school in the spring.

    For team information, schedules and to Register for Ultimate Frisbee Click here.

    What is Ultimate?
    Combining the non-stop movement and athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing skills of football, a game of Ultimate is played by two seven-player squads with a high-tech plastic disc on a field similar to football. The object of the game is to score by catching a pass in the opponent’s end zone. A player must stop running while in possession of the disc, but may pivot and pass to any of the other receivers on the field. Ultimate is a transition game in which players move quickly from offense to defense on turnovers that occur with a dropped pass, an interception, a pass out of bounds, or when a player is caught holding the disc for more than ten seconds. Ultimate is governed by Spirit of the Game™, a tradition of sportsmanship that places the responsibility for fair play on the players rather than referees.