Student Life

Clubs and Organizations

Joining a co-curricular club or activity provides an opportunity to polish leadership skills. More importantly, it is a great way to meet other students who share a similar interest. Whether you are interested in student government, music, ministry or yearbook, there is something for everyone.

Some clubs, groups or activities require applications, tryouts, or elections to participate. Some require that certain standards of eligibility be met for consideration.

Pictured above, Rosary's Mission Club traveled to Maumee, Ohio to perform works of service in July 2022.

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  • Art Club

    There are no prerequisites to join Art Club. Be prepared to have fun and be creative! We meet twice a month. We collaborate with the Marmion Art Club. We help with set design for school plays, create art projects to beautify the school, and do fun activities based on your interests! Moderator: Ms. Krainak
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  • Chess Club

  • Debate Club

  • Dominican Preachers

    Dominican Preachers are proactive about incorporating the Dominican charism of preaching in the life of our school. They assist with retreat planning, and other campus ministry events. A Dominican Preacher leads the school in prayer every morning, offers a reflection during Eucharistic Liturgies, prayer services, and other school events.
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  • Drama Club

    Do you love theatre? Drama Club is open to all students who love to be on stage or behind the scenes! We meet twice a month. Develop your acting skills through improvisation, monologues, scene work, drama games and more!

    Moderators: Mrs. Biancalana and Mrs. Carron
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  • Environment Club

  • French Club

    Le Club de Francais

    Activities
    • Origami croissants
    • Mardi Gras masks
    • Board games in FRENCH
    • And so much more!
    No French class experience necessary!

    Moderator is Madame Cannon
  • Glee Club

  • Graphic Design Club

    Use your creative energy to create flyers, postcards, logos etc. for Rosary HS! You will enjoy seeing your creations around the Rosary halls and the website. Join the fun! Projects are put up on Google Classroom, where you can choose to work on a project and submit your design.

    Moderator: Mrs. Striedl
  • Interact Club

    Sponsored by the Aurora Rotary Club
    Are you interested in service opportunities? Do you want to help your community? Join Rosary's Interact Club! We work with Marmion students to perform service projects in our schools and in the community. Our motto is "Service above self." We are sponsored by the Aurora Rotary Club, and we meet every other Tuesday.

    Officers: Bethany Beltz, Sophia Cousins, Kayla Montes, Piper Perry, Ceci Vietti, and Giselle Zepeda
    Moderators: Profe & Mrs. O’Connor
  • KAIROS Retreat Team

  • Knitting & Crocheting Club

    • Anyone is welcome to join.
    • No experience necessary, we will teach you
    • Create items to donate to local charitable organizations
    • Great stress reliever and camaraderie
    Moderator:  Mrs. Wollwert
  • Lifesavers

    Rosary's Lifesavers Club
    • Promotes respect for all life at all stages
    • Attends March for Life in Washington DC and Chicago
    • Hosts speakers
    • Service projects
    Moderator is Sister Geraldine Kemper, O.P.
  • Math Team

    Anyone is welcome to join! Meet new friends and have fun working together to solve math problems. Opportunity to compete against other schools in competitions

    Moderators: Mrs. Wollwert and Mrs. Hoying
  • Mission Club

    ● Serve: People in need in various communities who need painting, home repair and light construction help
    ● Meet friends: 300+ campers from other states will spend the week
    with you in June at a Christian based experience
    ● Love: Give of yourself to God and others. Love as Christ does -
    through serving others

    Moderator: Mr. Beltz
  • National Honor Society

    National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service and character.

    Activities: Service projects, sponsor school activities and help in the Academic Achievement Area

    Requirements by December 1 of your junior year:
    • GPA 3.75 weighted or above
    • 70 + service hours
    • Leadership and character references
    • Faculty evaluations
    Advisor: Mrs. Sarah Hoying
  • Newspaper - The Crown Chronicle

  • Ping Pong Club

  • Poetry Club

  • Sanctuary (Wellness Club)

  • Senior Retreat Team

    The retreat team is comprised of seniors who are leaders in the Rosary community.

    SRT meets weekly for leadership formation and is responsible for planning and facilitating all the grade-level retreats, and various campus ministry events.

    Students may apply for this team in the spring of their junior year. Next year, SRT will expand to other grades and be retitled the Campus Ministry Team.

    Moderator: Mrs. Delaney
  • Spanish Club

    el club de Español offers fun activities, crafts, and games to learn more about Spanish language and culture! Anyone may join. Meetings are twice a month on Friday mornings at 7:30am in Room 113.

    Moderator: Mrs. Jeppesen
     
    2022 - 2023 Spanish Club Officers:
    President: Kaylany Aburto
    Vice President: Christina Ferraro
    Secretary: Emma Hess
    Treasurer: Laney Runde
  • Student Ambassador Leadership Team

    Members of the Student Ambassador Leadership Team are role models and positive student leaders. Students selected are representatives of Rosary High School and assist in the positive promotion of Rosary. Student Ambassadors have strong interpersonal skills, a positive attitude, good moral character, and a willingness to assist with curricular and extracurricular activities.
    Responsibilities

    Student Ambassadors of Rosary High School have the following responsibilities:
    ● To be a leader for the entire student body and future Royals.
    ● To serve as an ambassador from the student body to prospective students and families.
    ● To assist in recruiting students from local and surrounding schools.
    ● To be willing to assist and support all departments and organizations of Rosary High School.
    ● To network with community organizations and businesses to promote Rosary High School.
    ● To possess knowledge of Rosary High School history, academic programs, athletic teams, and clubs.
  • Student Council

    Student Council provides an opportunity for student leaders to act as a voice for their peers, and develop leadership, responsibility, and a spirit of cooperation between school and community.

    We have weekly meetings, are actively involved in school events, and have officer elections in the fall. 

    Major projects organized by Student Council include:
    • Spirit Week/Homecoming
    • Holiday Hopes
    • Catholic Schools Week
    • Talent Show
    • All-School Day of Service
    Student Council moderators are Ms. Denise Iffland and Mrs. Lisa Sustersic.
  • Yearbook

    Yearbook Club chronicles the school year through photos and stories, creating the Rosary Yearbook, Exodus.

    Creativity
    Do you write, draw, take pictures, or have an eye for organization? With us, you can:
    • Write catchy headlines
    • Design images
    • Photograph everything!
    • Organize content for appeal
    Community
    Are you looking to connect with people in our Rosary family? Bridge the gap through:
    • COLLABORATION with your peers
    • INVOLVEMENT in community activities
    Curiosity
    Do you want to learn a new skill like photography, design, or editing? Practice your talents and hone new abilities. Ideas and possibilities inspire us!
Rosary High School is a Catholic, college-prep high school for young women sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois. Rosary creates a sisterhood of truth, faith and strength.