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 Clubs and Organizations

​Greensburg Central Catholic offers a variety of extracurricular opportunities for students to learn, develop, and achieve. Students can participate in 22 interscholastic athletic teams and over 20 different clubs and activities. Clubs and activities provide excellent opportunities beyond the classroom that contribute to the development of the whole person.

 Senior High Clubs

​ Listed below are opportunities for senior high students.
Academic Quiz Team
A/V
Art
Board Games
Chess
Drama
Engineering
Lifetime
Magic
Math League Member
Recycling
Scrabble
Sewing
TV
Videogames
Westmoreland Interscholastic Reading Competition Team

 Junior High Clubs

​ Listed below are opportunities for junior high students.
Academic Quiz Team
Art
Battery Car Races Competition
Coloring
Drama
Engineering
Knitting
PJAS/PRSEF
Reading Team
Recycling
Robotics
Science Bowl Competition Team
Sports
Spring Musical
Walking
Yearbook

 Service Clubs and Organizations

​ Listed below are service clubs and organizations open to our junior and senior high students. Please note the requirements field. 

Service Clubs

Campus Ministry

Campus Ministry works to foster the total personal and spiritual growth of each young person and seeks to draw young people to responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the Catholic Church.

Moderator: Sister Christine Kiley 

Columbian Squires

The GCC Columbian Squires are part of a national fraternity for Catholic boys under the age of eighteen. The GCC Columbian Squires are sponsored by the Greensburg Knights of Columbus, Council 1480. The Columbian Squires promote the exercise of good citizenship, patriotism, stewardship, and scholarship as they develop on matters of spiritual growth and civic responsibility.

Moderator: Mr. David Ferranti​​

Interact

To help students to be conscientious of the needs of others and to respond to these needs in a spirit of Christian service. Interact is the student component of Rotary International that strives to promote service projects on the international, national, and local levels

Interact is open to all students who are willing to participate in a pre-set number of sponsored activities. An Interact board and officers are elected.

Moderator: Mrs. Erin Tiedeman

Hungry Hearts
The Hungry Hearts Society is a club dedicated to the financial assistance of organizations that provide food for children in impoverished regions of the world. Members raise money through bake sales, dress down sponsorship, and various other fundraising activities. The Hungry Hearts Society is organized and run by student officers whose actions are facilitated by a faculty member.


Moderator: Mr. David Hull

Lifetime
A student-driven club associated with the Department of Campus Ministry, which seeks to affirm the dignity and value of human life from conception to natural death. The club sponsors various and diverse activities, which explore and apply the principles of Catholic Social Teaching.


This club is open to anyone who wants to make a positive impact on our world.

Moderator: Mrs. Christine Colcombe

Columbian Squire Roses
Colombian Squire Rose is a Senior High School organization for young women that builds character and develops leadership. The organization provides a support system for young women to grow in personal relationship with each other and deepen the relationship with Christ. Leadership includes but is not limited to involvement in the following committees: Spiritual, Service, Family, Membership

Involvement in these committees will enrich a girl in many ways. They will confirm commitment to the church and strengthen the moral character as young women. It is hoped that they will become better leaders. Members are asked to give time, effort and enthusiastic support to the organization and the committees.


Moderator: Sister Christine Kiley

Student Council 
This elected group works to incorporate co-curricular activities into the total school program, to promote school spirit, and to serve as a student voice to the administration.

The student council is made up of student council officers, class officers from the senior, junior, and sophomore classes, and homeroom representatives. Officers are elected in the spring and homeroom 

Moderator: Mrs. Mary Jo Brecht

Honor Society

National Art Honor Society
French Honor Society
German Honor Society
National Honor Society
Spanish Honor Society
Westinghouse Science Honors Institute

Performing Arts

Band
Choir
Fall Play
Spring Musical
String Ensemble