Students who wish to participate in activities outside the classroom may seek membership in one or more of the following organizations:
Junior Quiz Bowl consists of a six-member team of students who compete against area schools in an academic recall competition. Students in grades sixth through eighth are eligible to try out to participate in this year-round competition. A tournament is held at the end of the Spring Season to determine the champion out of all participating schools. Junior High Quiz Bowl is moderated by Mrs. Andrea Hebert and Mrs. Monique Terracina.
The Beta Club at St. Cecilia School is a national academic service organization that recognizes students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and exemplify worthy character. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and earn A’s and B’s in conduct. Students in grades 4-5 are eligible to participate in Elementary Beta Club. Students in grades 6-8 are eligible to participate in Junior Beta Club. Throughout the year the clubs participate in a variety of service projects; including getting ready for our Pageant, cleaning up after the Broussard Community Fair, hosting school dances, and hosting the school’s annual Talent Show. Students are required to participate in club activities and personal service projects throughout the year. Club meetings are generally held once a month.
SCS 4H Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month. The SCS 4H Club is open to all 4th through 8th grade students. The members are responsible for collecting recycle materials at school each Tuesday. In January they collect old markers to be recycled. The SCS 4H Club is open to all 4th through 8th grade students. Besides recycling the club members have many opportunities to participate in fun activities which involve livestock, cooking, painting, leadership, and service.
SCS Running Club is an opportunity for the students to have fun and get some exercise. Running Club is open at all PreK through 5th grade students. The students stay after school on Mondays and Fridays to do some stretches and run a few laps around the playground with their friends. They can earn a "foot" for every 3 miles they complete. In the fall many of the running club members run the 1 mile at the Broussard Community Fair fun run.