High School Activities and Clubs

Shrine High School Extracurricular Clubs and Organizations

FACT: 90% of the 2017-2018 High School student body participated in some after school club or activities. Our activities and clubs are both academic and non-academic.


Men’s Sports:
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Track
Women’s Sports:
Basketball, Cross Country, Skiing, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track, Volleyball


Student Leadership Executive Congress (SLEC) 
This group organizes a variety of school activities for the fun, enjoyment, and enrichment of Shrine’s students and serves as a liaison with the faculty and administration.
Eligibility: All elected class officials plus NHS President and five elected members who serve as SLEC President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and Public Relations.

National Honor Society 
A service organization making important contributions to our school, church, and community.
Eligibility: Students of at least sophomore status with a minimum 3.5 GPA and faculty approval.

World Language Enrichment
World Language students attend plays, concerts, festivals, and have the option of travel to Costa Rica and China to enrich their understanding and fluency of the language they are studying.
Eligibility: Open to all Shrine students.

Eucharistic Ministers
Distribute communion at school liturgies.
Eligibility: Students who complete training session provided by Shrine Church.

Music Ministry
Different choirs are formed to sing and play for masses.

Recycling Club
A group comprised of SLEC students who help keep Shrine green with weekly recycling gathering throughout the building.
Eligibility: Membership in SLEC required

World Languages Club 
Students meet once a month to learn about other countries’ cultures, languages and traditions. Students also have the opportunity to organize a pot-luck featuring traditional dishes reflective of their heritage.
Eligibility: Open to all Shrine students, faculty, staff and parents

Pro-Life Club 
The Pro-Life Club is dedicated to addressing all life issues. The organization also participates in the March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Eligibility: Open to all Shrine students, faculty, staff and parents

Gamers Club 
Group hosts social events centered on gaming of all types (board games, video games, card games). Club hosts monthly events at Shrine Catholic High School.
Eligibility: Open to all Shrine students, faculty and staff

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Musicals and Plays
The school musical is presented annually in the spring for the community.
Eligibility: All Shrine students; Auditions.

The school play is presented annually in the fall for the community.
Eligibility: All Shrine students; Auditions.

Instrumental and Choral Festivals, Vocal, Instrumental Music Solo and Ensemble Festivals
Band, choirs, individuals, and ensembles compete in district and state competitions.
Eligibility: All music students

PEP Band and Drumline

Knightsmen and Sweet Harmony 
Women’s and Men’s extracurricular singing ensembles
Eligibility: All Shrine students

Video Production
Students produce and film a video for entry into competitions.
Eligibility: juniors and seniors with two years of art and instructor’s permission.

Art Competitions
Create and submit art projects to these and more: Michigan Scholastic Art Award Competition, Michigan Student Film and Video Festival, Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Competition, “An Artistic Discovery” –Congressional Art Competition.
Eligibility: All art students

Technical Support/Stage Crews
Learn to design and build sets, use theatre lights, and mix sound for our annual musical.
Eligibility: Open for all students willing to work hard.


The Hootenanny Variety Show 
This all school variety show features the creative talents of the school community.
Eligibility: All Shrine students; Auditions.

Field Day
A fun filled day of competitive events held in May for students and faculty.
Eligibility: Everyone at Shrine Catholic High School

Homecoming/Spirit Week
The homecoming activities are planned by the Student Leadership Executive Congress (SLEC).
Eligibility: Everyone at Shrine Catholic High School

Dances are held throughout the school year and are sponsored by classes and organizations. Moderators: Shrine Faculty
Eligibility: All Shrine students. Guests are allowed at designated dances.

Class Activities
Students elect class officers, plan homecoming activities, organize dances, create class fundraisers, have fun and make a difference.
Eligibility: All Shrine students