Student Life

Clubs and Activities

Salpointe offers a wide rage of programs, activities and services to meet the educational, cultural, social, spiritual and recreational needs of the Salpointe student. Co-curricular activities help prepare a student for a healthy and active life in high school and beyond. The following are a sampling of co-curricular opportunities available at Salpointe (click the club name to learn more about it):
For more information contact Ms. Clare Sullivan Lechuga, Director of Student Activities (520-547-5897). A list of all the clubs offered at Salpointe can be found here.

Clubs & Activities

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  • Athletic Training

    Elyse Abbott, Moderator

    Helping Salpointe’s student athletes is a great way to learn about sports medicine and athletic training. Students learn anatomy, taping techniques, basic first aid and injury treatment and recognition, as well as getting an up-close look at Salpointe athletics.
  • Ben's Bells Kind Campus

    Lupita Gomez, Moderator
  • Book Club

    Neil Diamente and Mara Minwegen, Moderators

    Some read obsessively, some read to pass the time and some join to motivate themselves to pick up a book. Whatever the reason may be, Book Club members meet every other Friday in the library to discuss the book of choice. Sometimes it's to write a review, to meet an author, to evaluate the story, or sometimes it’s just to talk. In addition, the club members plan to attend the Tucson Festival of Books and participate in Young Adult Choices through the International Literacy Association, which allows the club to read books that have yet to be published, and evaluate them. Whatever the club does, the goal remains the same- discover and enjoy new literature, and spread our love of reading.
  • Conversation Club

    Christopher James, Moderator
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  • Crossing the Goal Club

    John Howell, Moderator

    Members of Crossing the Goal Club are Christian/Catholic student athletes who strive to enhance their faith through Scripture, prayer and service. Club members seek to find a parallel between sports and their relationship with Christ in order to strengthen each person spiritually and physically. Through service in the community and devotion to Christ, club members hope to bring fellow students closer to him.
  • Fashion Club

    Lupita Gomez, Moderator
  • Fishing Club

    Tim Evans, Moderator
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  • Glee Club

    Natalie Hall, Moderator
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  • Homeroom Senators

    Clare Lechuga, Moderator
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  • Kino Teens Club

    Kate McGarey-Vasey, Moderator
    Room 409

    The Kino Teens Club enhances the Salpointe mission statement by contributing to the holistic education by affirming the dignity of individuals and encouraging faith and commitment to service and developing awareness of the world community. In Kino Teens we will practice responsibility for the well-being of others by respecting the moral dignity of all the people we encounter. We plan to visit KBI Comedor (soup kitchen) four times a year to help serve food to the deportees in Nogales, Arizona. We help set tables, serve food, clean up and speak to the immigrants about their experiences going across the border both ways. We work with Catholic Community Services to find and help Dreamers gather their documents to apply for citizenship so they can have everything ready when they are asked for it. We help them put together an envelope with all the important documents. 
  • Lancer Legion

    Clare Lechuga, Moderator
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  • Medical Club

    Daniela Ayala, Moderator

    The medical club is for students with goals of becoming part of the medical community. We will learn about the body and how it works, CPR training, suturing, visit hospitals, and host guest speakers from the healthcare community. Meets Thursdays after school in the old cafeteria.
  • Model UN

    Nick Sitzman, Moderator
    Room 207

    The primary purpose of the Model United Nations Club, is to provide students with exposure to the complex world of global politics. Students simulate their role as delegates to the United Nations from a particular nation and serving as representatives of that country’s policies. The club participates in a Model United Nations Conferences at the University of Arizona in the spring.
  • National Honor Society

    Jeanette Apaez and Marco Enriquez, Moderators

    The Salpointe Chapter of the National Honor Society is comprised of a group of students selected for their exceptional academics, service, character and leadership. Juniors must have a 3.8 GPA and seniors must have a 3.7 GPA to be eligible for membership. National Honor Society is a service oriented society dedicated to tutoring other students at Salpointe as well as offering service in other areas of need in the community. Click HERE for the National Honor Society Official Handbook.
  • Outdoor Adventure Club

    Tim Evans, Moderator
    Room 703

    The Outdoor Adventure Club offers monthly outings for students such as hiking and horseback riding.
  • Philanthropic Club

    Brenda Ray, Moderator
    Room 410.

    ‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.’ -Mahatma Gandhi

    The Philanthropy Club serves the community with integrity and the ability to touch the lives of people with inspiration for the insight to a brighter future. We show the necessity for faith and community to lead as a core values in the task of service to our school our community and our world. We are guided by the aspiration of our goals for the excellence of ourselves and our community. For true leaders of tomorrow are the leaders that point the way of through service of others.
  • Racing The Sun Club

    Cecilia Gossler, Moderator
    STEM Center

    The purpose of our Salpointe Catholic High School Engineering club is to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics among high school students. Participation in our club is an exciting experience for anyone interested in robotics, engineering, technology, machining, design, microcomputers, electronic and breadboarding.
  • Salpointe Ambassador Leaders

    Michael Fisher, Moderator

    The Salpointe Ambassador Leaders are a team of students that link current students with administration, alumni, foundation members and the community. The student ambassadors work on the following: promoting the campus' educational and leadership opportunities, personalizing the campus and traditions for prospective students, alumni, foundation members and surrounding community. Ambassadors also bring the face of this institution into the surrounding community through the promotion of events, programs, fundraising, school recruitment and community outreach.
  • Salpointe Coffee House

    Maria Uribe, Moderator
    Room 200
  • Student Council

    Clare Sullivan Lechuga, Moderator

    Student Council consists of elected officers and members at large from the sophomore, junior and senior classes. Student Council members are recognized leaders on campus; responsible for representing the Salpointe mission statement and serving as a conduit of information between teachers, administrators and the students. They oversee all student activities with an emphasis on promoting school spirit and a sense of community. Special activities include pep and recognition assemblies, dances, homecoming, freshman/transfer orientation, prom and Christmas formal. To be eligible for election, students must be in good standing, maintain a 2.7 cumulative GPA and have received no “U”s in citizenship the preceding semester.
  • Thespian Club

    Ericka Quintero, Moderator

    Thespian Society Troupe #5370 is Salpointe’s officially chartered drama club. The students receive most of their drama awards and recognition by earning membership in the I.T.S.

Meet Our Student Activities Director

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Athletic Program

Twenty-four competitive sports at a variety of levels are offered at Salpointe. Students should listen to daily announcements for times and places of meetings. Click here to learn more about all of Salpointe's athletic programs.

Spiritual Activities

The Campus Ministry Office serves as a facilitator for a variety of opportunities through which students and faculty can deepen their understanding and experience of themselves as humans and their faith as Christians.

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  • Impact Program for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

    The IMPACT Program was designed as a holistic approach to service, combining education and prayerful reflection.
  • Morning Prayer and Afternoon Prayer

    We begin each school day with a prayer read over the public address system. A member of the Student Council leads these prayers.
  • Retreat Program for Seniors

    Kairos is a beginning, a Christian awakening, an opportunity to encounter Jesus Christ. At Salpointe, typically second semester juniors and fall semester seniors may attend the retreat. During their three and a half-day experience students reflect upon their relationship with God, family and friends. Students attend Kairos during the school week or during part of the week and the weekend. While Kairos is not mandatory, our students are highly encouraged by the Salpointe community to take advantage of this growth experience. Click here for more information about Kairos.
  • Salpointe Chapel

    The Chapel is available for prayer at any time during the school day. Liturgy is celebrated daily (see Academic Calendar for Mass times). All are welcome.
  • Student Liturgies

    Special student liturgies are held throughout the year and are planned and prepared by students and faculty. Click here to view Mass schedules for the year.

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