Every La Salle High School student is encouraged to participate in as many co-curricular activities as his schedule will allow. This includes being involved in other organizations and causes outside of the La Salle community.
Students are encouraged to be active participants in groups relevant to their interests to foster personal development. With so many choices, everyone has a place to belong and make the most of his individual gifts and talents.
Some organizations also have academic classes associated with the activity including band, Vocal Ensemble and yearbook. If you are interested in these activities, please see the course offerings in Naviance and discuss the opportunities with your counselor when selecting the course during registration.
Current clubs at La Salle
Academic Team - The Academic Team competes in “quiz bowl” style competitions (like Jeopardy, but in teams).
Audio Visual Club - The club provides sound and video support for various school functions including athletic events.
Ave Maria (Rosary)
Band - learn more here.
Campus Ministry - Campus Ministry offers multiple opportunities for students to get involved at La Salle and in the community. Seniors are eligible to volunteer in leadership positions for Kairos, Sophomore Retreat and Freshman Day of Renewal. Please see your Senior Called To Serve information on how to apply.
Computer Animation/ Video Game Design
Drama - learn more here.
Fencing Club - Fencing has the honor of being one of four sports that has consistently been a part of the modern Olympics since 1896. It is a sport that requires precision, speed, explosive power, quick physical reflexes, and even quicker mental reflexes. It is truly a whole-body workout!
French Club - Our goal is simple: have fun and experience the French culture in authentic ways.
GoDoGood - Regularly scheduled Christian Service opportunities through GODOGOOD are available for students after school.
Intramural Basketball Association (IBA)
Key Club - Key Club is an international, student-led organization providing its members with opportunities to perform service, build character, practice inclusiveness and develop leadership. A major goal of Key Club is to develop competent, capable, caring individuals through the vehicle of service to a community. There are Key Club-sponsored service opportunities for which members can earn white or red service hours and which also count for their required service hours for graduation. One of the important characteristics of Key Club is that its membership is not exclusive; membership is open to every freshman - senior student who has a desire and commitment to serve. Our international motto of “Caring – A Way of Life” is directly aligned with La Salle’s mission of being “Called to Serve.”
Mass Ministers - Students interested in volunteering to be servers, lectors or Eucharistic Ministers during masses should contact the Campus Ministry office.
Men's Choir - learn more here.
Model UN - Model UN gives students an opportunity to work on research, public speaking and debate techniques. Students are given a topic or topics and will research and defend the appropriate position for the topic or topics.
National Honor Society - The National Honor Society is an organization whose members provide service to their school, their fellow students and the wider community. Through their involvement in various clubs, teams, other activities and through their personal behavior, NHS members are expected to provide an example of Christian character and leadership in both formal and informal ways. Each fall, an application is sent by email to all juniors and seniors. Those interested in joining NHS can apply. All juniors and seniors are eligible. Applicants are evaluated on scholarship, leadership, service, extra-curricular involvement and an essay. Applicants must also be in good academic and discipline standing in order to be accepted as a member of NHS. Members of the National Honor Society will be expected to participate in the Canned Food Drive as well as other service activities throughout the school year. For example, NHS members will be asked to help out at graduation, senior awards and declarations night, and other various alumni and/or school-related events.
Robotics - Robotics club engages in robotic engineering and coding, ideally competing in several events throughout the year.
Ski/Snowboarding - Through La Salle, students and others in the La Salle community can get a discount on season or club program passes at Perfect North Slopes. To get the discount:
- Navigate to www.perfectnorth.com
- Select the Club Log-In at the bottom of the page
- Enter the following:
- Club Name: LASALLE
- Password: farside
- From there you will see the options available for pass purchases. This is open to anyone in the La Salle community including, alumni, parents, siblings and friends. There are even pass options available for tubing.
Smash Brothers Club
Speech and Debate - Speech and Debate is a combination of public speaking, acting and arguing in preparation for several competitions throughout the year.
Technology/INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati - The technology club will meet approximately once per month to work on both short and long-term problems such as coding and robotics (Lego) and help to connect students with external technology partners and opportunities (with the assistance of the INTERalliance of Greater Cincinnati).
School Resource Cadets
Video Production Club - The Video Productions club works with other clubs and groups to make quality videos, streams and promotional videos to promote La Salle. This club will also entertain current and prospective La Salle students.