Spanish club aims to positively influence stewardship, increase hispanic cultural awareness, and to encourage
comradery among students at Bishop Carroll that have a common interest.
Selling concessions at JV sports events to raise money for activities and donations to needy causes
Participation in planning and presentation of Guadalupe mass
Celebration of hispanic holidays
Sponsor: Ms. Frau Tilford About:
German club is an opportunity for students to further their understanding of the German language and culture through participation in activities outside of class. it also gives students the opportunity to develop leadership skills.
The club has only one fundraising activitity which is the sale of chocolate advent calendars, a German Christmas tradition. The profits from the calendars allow the club to sponsor the events listed below
The gingerbread house competition
The Scrabble competition
The banquet honoring Senior German students and their parents
Sponsor: Ms. Struckoff About:
French club aims to experience the French language and culture in fun and exciting ways.
French club movie night
French club Christmas party
Field trip to La Galette
Field trip to see "Les Miserables" in theaters
National Crepe Day Celebration
Mardi Gras Celebration
Sponsor: Mrs. Peck/ Ms. Bachrodt About:
Art club is for everyone. It's a place to socialize and be creative. We like to "improve" something around the school each year. For example, one year the wall outside the football field was painted by the Art Club. We encourage students to create original art and enter their work in contests.
Pinatas were recently made and donated to the Arc
Art Club members are currently working on making a glass mosaic to hang up on the 200 and 400 staircase. The mosaic will say "Eagle Pride Never Dies"
A field trip will be taken to see the art work at the Scholastic Art Fair
Money is usually raised through the art calendar sales (There was not one for this year due to time contraints)
Art club is run by the students and they decide what they want to do which is usually doing different art projects each week.
Every Wednesday in the Art room
Sponsor: Ms. Bachrodt About:
Photography club is in it's beginning stages during it's first year. As most clubs, the club is run by the students. In general students usually like to have a fundraiser in order to get a budget for their club. Students usually do something for charity too. Otherwise it is a time to have some fun with photography, whether you are a novice or pro. Students are there to learn from each other and to have fun.
Weekly photo themes
Every other Monday in room 501
Sponsor: Mr. Holthaus About:
Game club is the place to meet other students and participate in a variety of strategy games including Risk, Scrabble, Magic, Dominion, etc. Game club tries to stay clear of video games and kids' games as well. It is a fun way to socialize with the gamers of Carroll.
All day Saturday game days with pizza
Strategy game days
Sponsor: Mr. Gates About:
Members meet to simply play chess.
Every Tuesday and Thursday after school in the Library
Sponsor: Mr. Weber About:
Science Olympiad is a collection of twenty three events from all areas of science and technology. Students in the program do anything from reading weather data off satelite images to identifying wildlife building gliders and robotic arms.
Invitational, regional, and state tournaments
cosmosphere field trip
Sponsor: Mr. Berger About:
Scholar's bowl is a team academic competition of 5 players where questions are asked in the areas of social science, language arts, science, mathematics, fine arts, foreign language, and current events. They have teams competing at the varsity, JV, and novice levels. In the past 13 years, we have won three 5A state championshiops and have been runner-up 5 times.
Sponsor: Mr. Rauch About:
Culture club consists of a group of students that meets to explore various cultures and to enjoy world cuisine.
Sponsor: Mr. Weber About:
Members of the club meet weekly during the spring on the practice fields to play ultimate frisbee. All are welcome and no experience is required.