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Sacred Hearts offers a wide variety of clubs and student organizations so that students can pursue their interests, try new things, reach out to the community, and meet new friends.
The Digital Media Club is for students in grades four to six who have a passion for making movies. Students use their digital media skills to make a positive impact on their community through a variety of different projects.
Students get their hands dirty while cleaning up the Earth. Club members learn how recycling efforts help to have a positive impact on our Earth, and manage a portion of the Lower School garden.
Students in grades four to six can become a Library Club helper and make the Lower School Library a better place by shelving books, working at the circulation desk and helping patrons find materials. They also assist with the annual Book Fair and visits by authors, illustrators and design book displays.
Members of the Lower School Robotics team collaborate, research, problem-solve, create and present ideas using NXT software to produce Lego robots. The team participates annually in the First Lego League (FLL) competition.
The Speech Club is an extra-curricular activity for students in grades five to six. Members are trained to compete against students from other schools in the categories of Poetry, Storytelling and Duo Presentation.
Students in Big Brothers/Big Sisters serve as volunteer mentors for young students from nearby schools. Each "Big Sister' is paired with a younger student for the school year. They meet with their “Little Sister” once a week to play games, participate in crafts and activities and offer support.
The Bookies and Cookies Club is for students who love to read and discuss books.
Chess players of all levels come together, share their interest in the game and develop together as players.
Club Medicine is for students interested in a career in the medical field. Members meet with medical professionals to learn about careers, engage in community service and try their hand at medical skills through hands-on activities and workshops.
This club is for students interested in learning about technology and computer programming. Members participate in a competitive program that teaches them about cybersecurity and how to find and combat computer viruses, malware and other computer threats.
Student members of FIT808 participate in fun fitness activities, learn more about health and nutrition and find creative ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Mentorship and Internship program for Sophomores & Juniors, connecting students with powerful business women in Honolulu. Students focus on skill development, job training, professional networking, resume building, career discernment and professionalism.
Academy students in the Girls Who Code Club can learn 21st century technology skills such as cryptography, how to build an app or design video games.
The Interact Club offers students opportunities to develop leadership and participate in service activities with the local community. Each year, the Club is involved in international projects, such as funding water projects with UNICEF and Walk to End Polio. A
Academy students can participate in either the Saint Louis or Punahou School Junior Reserve Officer Training Cadet (JROTC) programs. JROTC programs promote citizenship, teamwork, leadership and fitness, and members are actively involved in assisting the community.
The purpose of this Club is to provide International Students from around the world with support as well as opportunities for them to participate fully in school and community life and learn more about American culture.
The K-Club (Korean Club) provides students interested in Korean culture an opportunity to learn about aspects of Korean life. Advisor:
This service club is sponsored by the Kamehameha Lion’s Club, and members participate in numerous community events, including eyeglasses collection and supplies drives for students in need.
Library Club members help decorate the Lancer Learning Center (LLC), create book displays, promote library contests, make suggestions about the facility’s materials, programs and services and contribute to the LLC’s overall functioning.
The LIFE team is a Catholic leadership program that emphasizes Christian community living, spiritual growth, celebration and communication. Members serve the school community and the larger community and organize the school's Lancer Christian Communities (LCCs).
Mu Kappa is the Academy's Math Club which participates in the Oahu Mathematics League (OML), and students participate in the monthly scheduled math tournaments. Mu Kappa offers its members invaluable experience in furthering individual math skills, as well as providing experience in competition with students from other participating island schools.
The Math Counts Club is open to students in grades seven and eight. Students increase their understanding of math skills and participate in math contests with students from other schools.
The Na Leo Ho'onani Liturgical Corps is comprised of students who wish to contribute to the Liturgy and prayer life of the school through their participation in the different liturgical ministries as cantors, lectors, musicians, altar servers, hospitality and Eucharistic ministers.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationally-recognized organization which admits students who possess character, leadership, service and academic excellence. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible for active membership in the Society, and NHS members assist in school service, such as volunteering to tutor and community service events.
Pacific Asian Affairs Council (PAAC) is for students who want to develop greater awareness of and understanding of world issues with special attention to Hawai'i's role in the Asia-Pacific region. PAAC members participate in conferences and summits which addressing key topics.
The Robotics’ Club is for students interesting in engineering, designing and operating robots, and members compete in a variety of local, regional and national robotics challenges.
This Sailing Club teaches students the fundamentals of sailing small craft sailboats and prepares them for club sailing competitions.
The Sacred Hearts Academy Speech and Debate Association provides opportunities for students to participate in speech events and competitions in the Hawai'i Speech League and the National Forensics League.
The Academy Soroptimist Club, also known as the "S" Club, is a leadership and community service organization. Members serve their school and community through participation in various service activities, such as painting over neighborhood graffiti, working with the elderly at the Franciscan Day Care Center, ushering at University of Hawai'i plays and Adopt-a-Highway clean-up projects.
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