St. David Clubs, Groups, Activities, Competitions, Intramural Sports, Student Council and Varsity Sports
Please click on the link below to take you to a PDF list of many of the clubs, groups, SAC activities, competitions and sports that take place at St. David – have a look!
Please check back here for updates as the school year progresses.
Here is some information on a few of the clubs:
Acoustic Poetry at St. David
St. David enjoys a monthly tradition of holding “Acoustic Poetry” sessions, giving students the chance to share their original acoustic compositions or original poetry in an intimate setting.This group meets at lunch in the drama room, entering the room to the strains of Jim Morrison singing “The End”.The lava lamps are obligatory. It’s a wonderful opportunity for students to encourage each other in sharing their vast talents.So watch our for signs for our next session of Acoustic Poetry.
The Athletic Council is a student led part of our Athletic Program at St. David. The Athletic Council helps to increase the success of the daily intramural program, organizes the charity sports tournaments, as well as assists in creating “Celtic Spirit” for featured varsity games. Positions on the Athletic Council include: Intramural Conveners, Photographers, the Social Media Team, Webmaster, Sport Helpers, the “Feature” Games Team, and Daily Announcements. If you are interested in applying for a position with our Athletic Council, please speak with one of our friendly Phys Ed. teachers.
DECA is an international organization that promotes business, marketing and entrepreneurship in Canada, the US, Korea, Germany and Mexico. Students enhance their business knowledge and skills in different categories in regional and provincial competitions.
Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes Grade 9 students and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Link Crew trains members of the grade 11 and 12 classes to be Link Leaders. As positive role models, Link Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide the grade 9’s to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate grade 9 success.
Model UN (or MUN for short) is a club dedicated to the study of international affairs, taken from the perspective of a delegate of the United Nations. MUN Clubs across the planet roleplay various countries, representing that nation’s interests to commitees like the Security Council, the Counterterrorism Committee, and the Organization of American States. To do this, Model UN Delegates must practice and utilize the real world procedural aspects of the UN. Currently the Model UN Club is the only forum at St. David’s for debating, and allows students to discuss solutions to the issues of humanity today through discussion, dialogue, and negotiation.
ROOTS & SHOOTS
We only have one earth to live on, the Roots and Shoots team works together to make the Celtic community aware of the environmental impacts that some of our actions have. Whether it is from plastic water bottles, to the actions of big organizations; if you are passionate about the ecosystem around us and want to make a change, join the Roots and Shoots team.
Here are some of the Clubs & Teams posted on ClassNet
Advanced Placement Information
Cross Country 2013
District 8 Schedule
Dominican Encounter with Faith and Hospitality
Girls Basketball Junior and Senior
Girls Field Hockey
GIRLS ROCK IT Club
Intramural Ball hockey (after school)
Jr. Boys Volleyball
Junior Boys Basketball
Musical Theatre Cabaret
New York City Trip
Quebec City Trip
Senior Girls Volleyball
SKI TRIP (BLUE MOUNTAIN)
St. David Instrumental Music Dept.
Stratford Festival – Twelfth Night Field Trip Forms and Letters
Track and Field 2011
Triathlon Team- Tinman at Elmira
Varsity Girls Hockey
Varsity Girls Soccer