Student Life


Get Involved!

Bishop Guertin students are encouraged to spread their wings and explore different interests, become active, form new friendships and become a contributing member or our community.

Bishop Guertin offers a wide range of programs, activities and organizations to meet the educational, cultural, social, spiritual and recreational needs of the student. Students are also encouraged to create and develop new clubs!

Students don't have to be just an athlete, just a musician, or just an academic at BG. Valued as individuals with diverse talents, our students are free to cultivate their personal interests and develop as leaders.

Club Fair 2018

Clubs A-F

List of 20 items.

  • 3D Printing/CAD

    Students will learn about current and future 3D printing technologies, how to use 3D printers and how to design and print your very own project. 
  • Art Club

    This club is for all students interested in Art, who would like to come together to create and inspire! Students help to plan, organize and create projects outside of their classrooms. Projects could include workshops for pottery, pumpkin carving, creative doodling and many others. Members may have the opportunity to assist with events like the Gala and school musicals. 
  • ASL Club (American Sign Language)

    The general purpose of this organization is not only to teach American Sign Language (ASL), but also to teach and explore Deaf culture. Whether you’re fluent in ASL or want to start learning, come check us out. 

  • Bioethics Club

    Encourages students to exchange ideas, as well as debate and create an awareness of ethical, social, and legal issues related to science, medicine and biology. Students also support humanitarian efforts through volunteering.
  • Campus Ministry

    Bishop Guertin's Campus Ministry program strives to guide our students in their faith and encourages a life-long commitment to spiritual growth. Students may assist with school masses, spiritual retreats, service learning, and are encouraged to take part in community volunteering. 
  • Cardinal News

    Cardinal News is a school-wide newspaper created and published by BG students. It provides them with the opportunity to acquire leadership skills and learn about the field of journalism. Students will also learn the art of layout and design, and they will spend time researching and writing articles which pertain to events at Bishop Guertin as well as outside of the school. 

    The Crosier acts as the online version of the Cardinal News.
  • Chess Club

    The Chess Club, open to all students, provides an opportunity to develop chess skills and learn about the game strategies, the value of patience, critical thinking and sportsmanship. Students who are interested may also have the opportunity to play competitively, taking part in various tournaments.

    Advisor: Mr. Bill Boucher
  • Chinese Culture Club

    Chinese Cultural Club hopes to promote the understanding of this culture and its traditions. This club is comprised of students who express interest in the Chinese culture, not solely those of the ethnicity. 
  • Classics Club

    The Classics Club gives students of Latin and Greek an opportunity to get to know peers who share an interest in the Classics as well as participate in state competitions for Latin. They hold activities at least monthly to perform plays, watch films, re-create ancient games, and take trips.
    Advisor: Mrs. Laura Bement
  • Comedy Club

    What does the comedy club do? We provide a safe environment for all members. In that environment, we do skits for public consumption for the greater good of all humanity.

    Advisor: Mr. Peter Champagne
  • Community Action Club

    To support local non-profit organizations and help the Southern NH community by staffing local nonprofit events primarily on the weekends, and partnering with various BG clubs to further student involvement in the community.
    Advisor: Mrs. Dawn Hall 
  • Cribbage Club

    One of the great things about cribbage is that it's a social game. Players of all abilities are welcome to come mingle, laugh, relax, and have fun while playing. 
    Cribbage is a card game traditionally for two players, but commonly played with three or four that involves grouping cards in combinations which gain points.
  • Culinary Club

    The purpose of the Culinary Club is to provide an environment for both experienced and inexperienced students who want to further their culinary knowledge, socialize, be creative, and have fun. The Culinary Club students learn how to prepare new dishes and enjoy sharing the final products with others.
  • Drama Club

    The Drama Club is open to all students interested in any aspects of theater, speech, or technical theater. Together, students will organize, prepare, rehearse and produce several school plays throughout the year. The Drama Club is a great way for students to help gain an appreciation and understanding for the arts as well as discover new things about themselves and others through the creative process.
    Advisors: Mr. Tom Murphy 

  • Environmental Society

    This society is open to all environmentally focused students who are interested in advancing their passion for preserving the environment through recycling efforts, service projects, leadership, and activism. 
  • Equestrian Team

    The Bishop Guertin High School Equestrian Team will compete in the District II division of the New Hampshire High School Equestrian Teams (NHHSET). On the team, students of all levels will compete in classes including; English Equitation and Suitability, Trail, Dressage, Western and Western Dressage, Pole Bending, Barrel Racing, Working Teams, and Jumping. For the non-riders we also offer, grooming box challenge and spirit members. Competitions are held in Goffstown, NH at Oak Rise Farm. 
  • Finance Club

    The Finance Club hopes to connect students who share an interest about investing and who are considering a career in finance, business, or accounting.
  • FIRST Robotics Team

    Students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, are invited to join Team 811! Igniting problem-solving skills, teamwork, and creativity, students will gain hands-on experience as they design and build robots to play games with and to use against other robots in local, state, and national competitions. For more information on this exciting program, visit
  • French Club/French Exchange

    Offers students an opportunity to share the fun of French culture, language, and cuisine. Members will also have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities including travel, watching movies and films as well as participate in service projects. 

  • French National Honor Society - The Société Honoraire de Français

    The French National Honor Society is an organization whose intent is to recognize student excellence in the study of French language courses, francophone cultures, and to reach out in service to the community.

    Advisor: Mr. Paul Jacques

Clubs G-Q

List of 12 items.

  • Global Ambassadors Club

    A Global Ambassador is any member of the BG community who is committed to creating a smaller, more globalized world. All are welcome!  We strive to create a community atmosphere that is integrated and inclusive between international and domestic students. Global Ambassadors Club encourages any and all students that are interested in international relations, global issues, and promoting cultural connections that transcend borders to join! Members of the club will plan and  partake in the World Heritage Festival, GAC Newsletter, and other social events throughout the year.

    Advisor: Ms. Rachel Chenette
  • Interact - Rotary

    The Interact Rotary Club brings together students to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of "Service Above Self." Find out how serious leadership can be seriously fun.
  • Latin National Honor Society

    The Latin National Honor Society encourage an interest in, and an appreciation of, the language, literature and culture of ancient Greece and Rome, and to impart an understanding of the debt of our own culture to that of Classical antiquity.
  • The Life of an Athlete (LoA) Program

    This is a comprehensive prevention program developed by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA).  Life of an Athlete takes a proactive approach to improving school climate by coordinating all aspects of high school athletics, including coaches, athletic directors, administrators, parents, communities, prevention professionals, and the athletes themselves.
    Student Leader: Max Matarazzo
  • Math Team

    Through competitions with other New Hampshire high schools, the Math Team provides a supportive, fun and challenging atmosphere where students of all academic levels are encouraged to take part.  Students will expand their math skills by enhancing their mastery of various math concepts and developing successful problem-solving strategies and techniques.

    Advisor: Mr. Peter Champagne and Mrs. Julie Parolin 
  • Medical Professionals Club

    The Medical Professionals Club promotes interest of students in the field of healthcare. Students will be empowered to strive to reach their goals in becoming a healthcare professional and hopefully they will come out with experience and a better understanding of their own career goals. 

    Advisor: Mrs. Lisa Larochelle
  • Mock Trial Team

    Students learn the workings of the state and federal judicial systems by studying a hypothetical case. The students work together to conduct legal research and they prepare to take on roles of counsel, witnesses and other members of the court. In a friendly but competitive atmosphere, students will develop important knowledge pertaining to the law and as well as critical thinking and speaking skills. The Mock Trial team will also compete throughout the year before experienced judges and lawyers, enhancing their oral and presentation skills. Competitions include two national tournaments; Denver and Yale, an invitational tournament hosted locally as well as a state tournament. Winners from this compete at the National level. coach. The team is open to both experienced and non-experienced students.

    Coach: Mr. Brian Jackson
  • Musical

    The annual musical, held in the Spring, is a highlight of the school year for many. Students unite to display their talents as actors, singers, dancers, and instrumentalists, as well as in the design and technical aspects of the production.

    Advisors: Mr. Greg Holt, Director
    Ms. Holly Krafka, Vocal Director
    Mr. Brian Starck, Conductor & Musical Director
    Ms. Amy Bettencourt, Set Design & Stagehands
    Mr. Aaron Fitzgibbons, IT (sound & lights)
  • National Honor Society

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students are notified at the beginning of junior or senior year if they are a candidate for NHS.

    Advisors: Mr. Chip Cravaack and Mrs. Kristen Rioux

  • National Art Honor Society

    The National Art Honor Society advances and assists student members to attain their highest potential in art, and to engage in meaningful programs and endeavors designed to raise awareness of the arts throughout the school and community.

    Advisor: Mr. Ron Cote
  • The Nest

    The heart of every school community lies with the student body. Be part of the energy that fuels the stands at a game or a meet, be part of The NEST! Embrace your school spirit, pride, and unite with other students to cheer our teams on to victory! 
  • Quiz Bowl

    Quiz bowl is a game in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all areas of knowledge including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, sports, and popular culture. If you enjoy trivia and a bit of healthy competition, consider joining our team! The group takes part in the New Hampshire Quiz Bowl League tournaments as well as New Hampshire Public Television's Granite State Challenge.

    Advisor: Mrs. Kathryn Gann


Clubs R-Z

List of 13 items.

  • Spanish Club

    Provide students with an opportunity to supplement what they learn in the classroom by learning more about Hispanic language, culture and tradition.

    Advisors: Ms. Elizabeth Perez
  • Spanish National Honor Society

    Recognize excellence in the study of the Spanish language, promote hispanic culture, and reach out in service to the community.
  • Student Talent Show

    Student Talent Show

    Each year, as part of student appreciation day, a group of students help to coordinate and produce a talent show consisting of singing, dancing, and comedic skills. Open to all grade levels. 
    Advisor: Mr. Bob Hawking
  • Ski Club

    Enjoy the outdoors and promote physical fitness by joining the Ski Club.  Meet and mingle with other students, take ski or snowboarding lessons, and practice your skills on the many trails and hills. All are welcome.The ski dates dates for this year begin on January 8th, and the remaining four other consecutive Tuesdays will be at Crotched Mountain.  On January 20th, we spend the day at Cannon Mountain.  

    Advisor: Mr. Ed Auclair
  • Spirit Club

    Organize fans and promote school spirit at both athletic and non-athletic events.

    Advisors: Mrs. Katie Harris  and Mrs. Kathleen Mathews
  • Student Ambassadors

    Serve as the primary spokespeople and hosts at all Admissions events, both internally and externally, promoting the BG experience personally and professionally under the direction of the Office of Admission.

    Advisor: Mr. David Giarrusso
  • Student Council

    Provide and promote student representation and leadership for the entire student body; plan, direct and lead all school-wide student activities.

    Advisors: Mr. Corey Genest and Mrs. Kelley Genest
  • Student Gov't--Freshman Class

    Provide and promote student representation, leadership and planning for the freshman class.

    Advisor: Mr. Corey Genest

  • Student Gov't--Sophomore Class

    Provide and promote student representation, leadership and planning for the respective class.

    Advisors: Ms. Carol AngellPaul Rousseau
  • Student Gov't--Junior Class

    Provide and promote student representation, leadership and planning for the junior class.

    Advisors: Mrs. Kristyna Sawler and Mrs. Kristen Rioux
  • Student Gov't--Senior Class

    Provide and promote student representation, leadership and planning for the senior class.

    Advisors: Mr. Bruce Miller and Mr. William Boucher
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society

    The Tri-M Music Honor Society is the international music honor society for middle/junior high and high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership. Members of this organization are enrolled in Honors Band and/or the Honors Choirs and regularly perform school service through music.

    Advisor: Mr. Brian Starck,

  • Tech Crew

Bishop Guertin High School
194 Lund Road Nashua, NH 03060
Phone: (603) 889-4107
Bishop Guertin High School is a private, Catholic, coeducational, college-preparatory day school for grades 9-12, located in Nashua, NH.