Catholic High School
4810 Bradford Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35805 (256) 430-1760

 
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Campus Ministry
 
All students are invited to be members of campus ministry. The Campus Ministry team works together to plan and carry out prayer services, liturgies and service projects on campus and in the community. Members are also involved in the retreat ministry for Catholic High School students. Campus ministry meets weekly after school.

Student Council 
The Student Council is a service/leadership organization that represents the student body of Catholic High School. This group also serves as a liaison between the students and the administration. The Student Council performs service projects as well as fundraisers to benefit the school. Student Council is also in charge of recycling, money exchange, and various other student-related activities throughout the year. 

Art Club 
Art Club provides opportunities for students interested in visual art to explore a variety of media and to produce art work of high quality. Several after-school field trips take students to off-campus locations, such as the Huntsville Botanical Gardens, to sketch and paint. Students also visit area museums to view traveling exhibitions. Art Club weekly meetings are open to all students, whether or not they are currently enrolled in art class.

Literary Magazine 
CHS publishes Epiphany, a nationally recognized literary magazine. In 1999, the magazine's inaugural year, Epiphany earned a bronze medal at the Columbia Press Awards. In 2001, it received the Silver Medal for its 2000 issue. 

Math Team 
The CHS math team regularly participates in local competitions.
2005-2006 Math Team

Social Studies Club 
The Social Studies' Club enhances cultural studies through dinners, travel, exhibits, and speakers. Past activities include international fairs, civil rights presentations, Veterans' Day speakers, dinners at Mi Won, and a trip to the Birmingham Museum of Art Egyptian Exhibit. There is no membership requirement other than involvement! The club's main goal is cultural awareness. 

Scholars' Bowl 
The Scholars' Bowl competes locally and nationally through computer and buzzer contests. Membership is based on annual tryouts and active participation. In fall 1999, CHS placed fourth according to school size in the Knowledge Master Competition, competing against more than 200 other schools.

Latin Club
The CHS Latin club is a member of the National Junior Classical League. Membership in the club allows for state and national competition by conventions and the National Latin Exam. Through the club, Latin students supplement their learning through Roman-style meals and trips to such locations as the Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama.

Spanish Club 
Spanish Club affords students an opportunity to practice Spanish and enjoy Spanish cultural events in an informal atmosphere.

German Club 
German Club is for those students who have an interest in German or in Germanic culture. It is open to any student and dues are $4.00 per annum. The club meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:15 a.m. in room 202. Social activities include an "Oktoberfest", watching German films/videos, guest speakers, Road Rally/Scavenger Hunt in German, a service project, and other events. German students and members may participate in the AATG, National German Exam and are eligible for scholarships and a four week, all expense paid trip to Germany. 

Delta Epsilon Phi 
This is a German Honor Society. Membership is open to students in grades 10-12 who have completed 3 semesters of German with an "A" average and an overall "B+" average. Dues are $10.00 per year for new members and $5.00 per year for all members. Scholarships are also available to members.

National Honor Society
The purpose of National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of Catholic High
School.  Second semester juniors are eligible for membership.  Members have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, fifty percent of service hours complete, and are recommended by the faculty.
National Honor Society Bylaws