High School Clubs & Organizations

A strong program of clubs and organizations enhances Maryknoll's academic program.  Active participation in Math, Speech, Science and Language Clubs develops students' skills while fostering interests outside of the classroom. Special interest organizations increase social and cultural opportunities.  Student government provides an effective arena for development of leadership skills along with the realization and acceptance of responsibility. Students learn performing and technical theater skills through participation in the annual Spartan Cabaret in October and a school play in the spring.  Student poets, authors and artists are showcased in the award-winning literary magazine, The Toad, publishd by their peers.

Below is an alphabetical listing of clubs and organizations that students can participate in the 2012-2013 school year.  At the start of each school year in mid-September, there are Club Days set aside for each group to showcase who they are, what activities and service projects they are involved with and how students can get involved in these extracurricular activities.

Students who are interested in proposing new clubs can see the Student Activities Coordinator or Dean of Students for more detailed information.

  • Anime Club
  • B Boys
  • Book Club
  • Campus Ministry
  • Chess Club
  • Chi Rho Knoller (newspaper)
  • Chinese Club
  • Craft Club
  • Drama Club
  • French Club
  • Green Team
  • Hawaiian Club
  • Hiking Club
  • Japanese Club
  • Junior Statesmen of America
  • Key Club
  • Korean Club
  • Makai Hui
  • Maryknoll Affiliates
  • Model U.N.
  • Movie Club
  • Multimedia Club
  • Music Ministry
  • National Honor Society
  • The Nautilus (math journal)
  • Origami Club
  • Photography Club
  • Prom Committee
  • Robotics Team
  • Spanish Club
  • Speech Team
  • Student Ambassadors
  • Student Senate
  • The Toad (literary magazine)
  • Tribute (yearbook)
  • Ukulele Club
  • UPS Club
  • Winterball Committee