Academy students are curious, energetic, well-informed, and collaborative. They lead and participate in dozens of clubs and organizations. Some are centered around common interests, community service, or school life. Others produce publications or engage in social action initiatives.
Ambassadors represent the school at various functions. They offer tours to prospective families, greet guests at open houses, and host AOSE applicants for a shadow day experience.
Members work collaboratively on murals, art installations, and other schoolwide beautification projects.
Students compete with each other for BEST - IN - CATEGORY prizes and exchange recipes. The club also supports worthy causes with delicious fundraisers.
Each Diversity Club meeting is dedicated to educating members of the club about a different ethnicity or heritage in a fun but meaningful way. Topics include cultural food, clothes, customs, and art.
Members share an interest in exploring the environment and the natural world. They explore the interactions between the environment, wildlife, and human beings.
Educational Program of Children Handicapped. Members volunteer as peer mentors in an after-school program for developmentally disabled children at the Madison YMCA.
Members meet to discuss favorite films, discover little-known gems, and support one another's filmmaking efforts.
Forensics League is a competitive public speaking team. Members compete against other Catholic schools throughout the year under the auspices of the National Catholic Forensic League.
French Club explores the traditions, language and diversity of the French-speaking world. Members organize engaging activities throughout the year, including holiday celebrations, sing-a-longs, service projects and cultural encounters--Salut!
The JSA allows for an exchange of ideas through stimulating student debates, thought talks, problem solving , and a variety of simulations. Members dissect current events to develop an informed viewpoint.
All levels -- from beginners to masters -- meet twice a week to learn new skills and produce handmade gifts for community service projects.
The Latin Club fosters awareness of the Latin language and Roman civilization in the school community.
Members participate as altar servers or readers in Masses at the Academy.
Math Club offers a time and place for math enthusiasts to work out tough problems together, practice for math competitions, and celebrate math applications in art, architecture, nature, and popular culture.
Mock Trial members participate each year in the New Jersey Bar Association Foundation’s competition, examining and arguing both sides of a legal case. This activity offers valuable experience for aspiring lawyers or students developing their public speaking skills.
Applicants are evaluated based on four criteria: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Chapter members support the academic and spiritual life of the school.
Panther Banter is a student-run website and student news blog. A digital platform that is of, by, and for the students.
Published annually, SEAL (Saint Elizabeth Art Literary magazine) is an in-house, student run publication featuring student work. The Art and Literary editors work to ensure that the magazine represents a broad spectrum of the student body.
SEAM is the Academy’s in-house, student-produced fashion magazine.
The Ski & Snowboard Club travels to Shawnee Mountain after school each week during peak season to enjoy the slopes together.
Spanish Club explores the traditions, language and diversity of the Spanish-speaking world. Members organize engaging activities throughout the year, including holiday celebrations, sing-a-longs, service projects and cultural encounters--¡olé!
Spirit Squad leads the cheering at sports match-ups and other competitive events. Members of Spirit Squad infuse the Academy with Panther Pride.
This club encompasses both on-stage performers as well as members of the Stage Crew. The annual spring musical is a highlight of the Academy calendar.
Members are elected both schoolwide and by grade level. The Council promotes a spirit of loyalty, unity, and cooperation among students; runs student activities; fosters cooperation between administration, faculty, and students; and promotes in all ways the best interest of the school.
Members work throughout the year to produce The Beth, the Academy’s yearbook.