Student Clubs

There are a wide variety of clubs and enrichment at St. Mary’s Academy for each division. As early as Grade 1, offerings such as Tinker Club, Chess Club and Girls on the Run serve budding interests. Middle School students participate in clubs and are recognized as Loretto Leaders. Honored by their peers and teachers for living the values of faith, community, justice, and respect every day, students are the directors of programs and projects. High School students have the most robust clubs program, offering clubs, organizations, affinity groups and honor societies to continue education and passion outside of the classroom in a student-run setting.

High School Clubs

At the High School, students join together with like-minded classmates or branch out into a new passion. SMA offers tremendous opportunities for engagement in our community. Every SMA student participates in a club, which meets once a month during the school day and more often for special projects. Students may also choose to participate in any number of organizations. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Start your own group next year! We’re looking for agents of change.

16 Clubs

10 Organizations

7 Affinity Groups

8 Honor Societies


Clubs meet once a month on Wednesday during the school day and sometimes at lunch depending on the club and the project they are working on. Each student can join one club.


Organizations meet during lunch or after school. A student can decide to join as many organizations they would like to be apart of.

Honor Societies

Students apply in December/January to the honor societies that they meet the expectations for, and if selected, meet during lunch.

Affinity Groups

Affinity Groups meet at lunch and students can join any groups they are a member of or want to be an ally for.

How to Be An Ally