The Student Ambassador Club is a service club open to all students. Ambassadors are student leaders who work with the Admissions Office and are responsible for making incoming students feel welcome and comfortable. They share their pride and enthusiasm in being a part of the Saint Bernard Community. Ambassadors assist with Open Houses, Back-to-School Night, the Shadow Program, and more. Some Ambassador service fulfills community service hour requirements.
Campus Ministry Design Committee
This group generates ideas, creates, and puts up school bulletin boards with faith-based and inspirational themes. It is open to all students, even those who don't consider themselves creative. There is always something for everyone to do. This is an ongoing club. Our bulletin boards are ever-changing and there is always a work in progress.
This select group of instrumentalists performs at the Christmas and Spring Concerts, and at other invitational events. Interested students are welcome to audition.
Students in grades 8-12 learn technique in the genres of lyrical, jazz, and hip hop. This is applied in choreographed dances, which are performed at pep rallies and basketball games throughout the school year. Rehearsals are twice a week after school, October through February. Auditions are required, but no prior dance experience is needed.
Students from all grades and backgrounds meet monthly to learn more about our global community. Students and occasional guest speakers share history, culture, food, and the arts of countries from all over the world.
Calculus Review Group
Designed for students who intend to take the AP Calculus test in the spring, but open to anyone with interest.
Mock Trial provides students with an understanding of the nation’s judicial system and offers experience with critical thinking skills. Students prepare a trial issue and present their case, both prosecution and defense, competitively before a judge. Enrollment in this activity is limited!
In the Millionaires club, sponsored by CorePlus Credit Union of Norwich, students learn about financial literacy, leadership, and entrepreneurship. In addition, students have the opportunity to participate in local, regional, and national competitions such as the Stock Market Game, the Personal Finance Challenge, the H&R Block Budget Challenge and the National Economics Challenge. This club is open to all high school students and meets weekly.
This select group of musicians performs jazz selections at the Christmas and Spring Concerts.
Middle School Band
Learn a new instrument or grow as a musician! Students in the Middle School Band rehearse and perform at the Christmas and Spring Concerts.
Students of all grades and levels of piano experience are invited to work on their piano skills.
Students in grades 6 through 12 come together to prepare and lead musit in suppor of our School Masses
The Saint Bernard Student Council includes representatives from all grades. Membership in Student Council provides many leadership opportunities for students. The group is active throughout the year with activities such as Homecoming, pep rallies, Spirit Days, Annual Talent Show, the Thanksgiving Food Drive, and school dances.
The Phoenix is a student-produced annual record of life at Saint Bernard School. The yearbook staff obtains photographs of students, faculty, and staff, as well as sports, clubs, and campus activities, then creates the layout for the yearbook. A supplement of graduation and end-of-year activities is produced during the summer months and distributed early the following school year.