Activities & Clubs

Tolton Catholic offers more than just academics. Students have an opportunity to express themselves and excel in ministry, the arts and more. By participating in extracurricular activities, students develop skills such as leadership, working with others, responsibility and self-discipline. The school strongly encourages all students to become involved in at least one extra-curricular activity and in fact, most students participate in several. Once a year, the school hosts a club/activities fair for students to get to know the club’s goals and its members.

Alpha Phi Zeta is a club that is based on the philanthropy system that is run in many colleges. This high school chapter of Greek life will focus on female empowerment, helping others, and giving back to the community. The morals of the club are sisterhood, charity, and life. The Greek symbols representing these words are Alpha, Phi, and Zeta.

Club Advisor: Laura Sasser –

Members of the Aquarium Club look after the multitude of fish and reptile habitats located around the building. Students are responsible for setting up new tanks, cleaning the tanks, and feeding the animals.

Club Advisor: Mrs. Mayhan –

The Tolton Catholic High School music department offers many opportunities for students interested in performing as part of a musical ensemble.  Our band and choir meet during the school day and earn ½ credit per year towards the fine arts graduation requirement.  Throughout the year, both ensembles perform on campus, such as at the annual Christmas and spring concerts, and at athletic events. We also represent TCHS in the community, occasionally providing music for special events and local parish Masses.  In addition, all music students are encouraged to audition and participate in regional and state competitions and festivals.


Club Advisor: Amanda Lutz –


The Culinary Club will be both an educational and hands-on approach to all things culinary.  Club culinarians will learn about some of the basic cooking techniques, kitchen safety, knife skills, and get an idea of life in a professional kitchen that can then be translated into home cooking applications.  Meetings will be held in the Tolton kitchen.


Club Advisor: Chef Rachel Klosterman – 


CDC meeting times and locations TBA. This meeting is open to all students and provides them opportunity to take part in activities that promote and celebrate the diversity that God has created within our society.

Club Advisor: Lonnie Tapia –

Girls Bible Study Club

Club Advisor: Laura Sasser –

G.U.S. – Gameday Ushering and Services is a club dedicated to improving the game day experience for officials, opponents, and fans of both teams. The Student Hosts will work to meet the needs of our game officials before, during, and after all home contests as well as meeting the needs of all visiting coaches, athletes, and fans. The goal of G.U.S. is to provide an excellent game day experience for all involved.

Club Advisor: Pat Kelly –


The Hooves and Stampede is a student section for athletic events.  Est. 2014, it’s designed to help build student community and create memories through supporting their classmates to victory!  To be a member of the Hooves, a Code of Conduct will be signed and a certain code of ethics will be upheld as we are striving to be respectful and energetic from start to finish at events!  We are calling all Tolton students to get in on the action!

Club Advisor: Ehrich Chick –


Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. The club meets every two weeks.

Club Advisor: Brian 

The Math Club (Mathletes) allows students to show their math abilities through a series of competitions that take place throughout the course of the school year.  Members of the team will have an opportunity to increase both their overall knowledge and confidence in their mathematical performances and have some fun along the way.

Club Advisor: Amanda Lutz –

  • The Math Club is open to students interested in math and that can compete on a higher level. 
  • Math Club competes in 4-5 competitions each year.

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

Club Advisor: Scott Henderson –

  • Students with a 3.75 GPA or higher are nominated and inducted at the end of their junior year.

Philosophical reflection . . . is not much different from just thinking hard,” says philosopher Alvin Plantinga. Philosophy Club is a place where we can think hard together about all sorts of deep questions about reality. How do we know what’s really true? Does God exist? What makes something right or wrong? Do we have free will? What does it mean to be human? What is the purpose of life? How do we treat other people justly? What do we owe to the poor? And much, much more. What questions would you like to explore? We will have open conversations, discuss the ideas of philosophers and other literature, investigate what we don’t know, debate ideas, and in general jump into trying to better understand the world. Come join us!

Club Advisor: Dr. Mark Hausam –

The Pro-Life Club organizes several events throughout the school year to raise awareness about national and local pro-life issues. The club sponsors events throughout the year as well as attendance at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C. Membership is open to any student.

Club Advisor: Amanda Lutz –

Rosary Club

Club Advisor: Mrs. Dunn
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Scholar bowl is a competitive team competition that allows students who like to learn and show their knowledge to play face-paced trivia for both school and state recognition. This is an official MSHSAA winter sport that allows students to earn a letter. Questions used in scholar bowl come from science, social studies, math, English, theology, sports and entertainment.

  • Organizational meetings are in the fall.
  • The team is open to all students
  • They participate in about 4 tournaments and about 8 head to head matches, with a district tournament in April. The state tournament is in June if they win sectionals.
  • Coaches assign captains.

Club Advisor: Scott Henderson –

The Speech and Debate Club is a club where you can improve your confidence and overall public speaking ability. Have you ever had to give a science presentation on the three states of matter? Well, you don’t have to do that here! You can express your feelings with a serious speech or write a funny story that makes next to no sense, perform a duet or even a solo. Or perhaps you love current events and have an interest in discussing your opinions in a professional manner? The Debate Club might be right up your alley. The only limit is your imagination! Join us today!

Club Advisor: Zach Beck –


Futures in STEM Club helps students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math explore potential career paths that would utilize their strengths and interests and help them prepare for a successful future. The club will host guest speakers who work in STEM and will also organize related activities and games to explore various aspects of STEM industries and applications.

Club Advisor: Samantha Baratta –


The Theater department puts on a Winter and Spring show annually and is made up of students of all grades who have an interest in acting, directing, set design, and Tech. Practice times vary depending on proximity to the next show date.

Club Advisor: Nathan Holtmeyer (Former Tolton Student and St. Geniuses Member) –


Tolton Catholic Live is a student run broadcasting club that livestreams with commentators a variety of Tolton home games. The club anticipates broadcasting every Tolton home football game and hopes to broadcast many Tolton home basketball games. We need student assistance with everything from tech to camera operations to stats and broadcasting. Check it out!

Club Advisor: Sheryl Partise –