Archbishop Rummel High School believes that extra-curricular activities give students opportunities to model the Lasallian charisms of faith, community, and service. The school offers an extensive program of co-curricular activities that are designed to help students grow spiritually, as well as to foster social awareness, talents, and leadership skills.
All activities appeal to the interests and needs of the student body. In keeping with the school’s Mission Statement, students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities in order to develop and share their unique talents. New students on campus will find participation in these activities as an excellent way to meet new students so they will feel a part of the school community. These after-school activities are numerous and varied and include academic activities and projects, fine arts work, literary outlets, and community service projects. The school encourages all students to participate in at least one extra-curricular activity. To become a member of any organization, a student must contact the moderator or coach of that group.
Many of the extra-curricular clubs and organizations award letters and jackets to qualifying members.