Bishop Guertin students are well-rounded students—and we encourage everyone to get involved! With more than 50 clubs on campus, there are plenty of opportunities to make new friends, explore new interests, or focus on a favorite hobby.
BG students love that there are so many choices available to them and so many ways to be part of our community. You name the club, we’ve got it—Mock Trial, Yearbook, Robotics, Student Government, Peer Mentoring, Forensics, Environmental Club, Hiking, Fishing, Cribbage, and Ukulele, just to name a few. And if the club doesn’t exist yet, you can start one: BG’s clubs are based on student interest, so all that is required is your dedication and commitment.
Whether you’re planning an outing with the hiking club, running a bake sale to raise money for the mission trip to Zambia, or cheering wildly for the Cardinals in the Nest (our student fan section in the gym), you’ll find that being involved in student activities is one of the best parts of being at BG. Students develop lasting friendships with advisors, teachers, and other students outside the classroom—and learn how great it feels to work with others towards a shared goal.