Clubs and Organizations Showcased During Rush Days on Sept. 10-11

Posted September 9, 2014 / Last updated September 11, 2014

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2013 Rush Days

At Rush Days 2013, then pre-freshmen Jonathan Arnold and Matthew Latham visited Golf Club Moderator Andrew Schiro.

Blue Jays will get the opportunity to discover the eclectic offering of Jesuit co-curriculars at the annual Rush Days on Wednesday, Sept. 10 and Thursday, Sept. 11 during their lunch hour.

Clubs and organizations will set up displays in the Student Commons hoping to recruit new members. Students can browse the various tables and learn more about the more than 60 clubs, organizations, and teams. From fine arts and student publications, to animal appreciation and recreational sports, to service organizations and honors societies, Blue Jays are encouraged to explore their passions, try new things, and develop leadership skills through a multitude of student activities.

2014-2015 Co-Curricular Clubs and Organizations and Moderators

Rush Days’ Schedule

Wednesday, Sept. 10
Thursday, Sept. 11
Academic Games Acoustic Guitar Club
Anime Club Beach Volleyball Club
Art Club Calliope
Asian Club Cheerleaders
Blue Jay Annual Classic Rock Club
Board Games Club Debate Team
Bowling Club Fencing Club
Chess Club Foosball Club
Chorus Frisbee Golf Club
Classics Society Golf Club
French Club Gregorian Chant Club
Green Club Herpetology Club
J-Troupe Improv Group Intramural Sports
MATHCOUNTS Investment Club
MCJROTC Mock Trial Team
Media Arts Club Movie Critics Club
Mu Alpha Theta Odd Instruments Orchestra
National Honor Society Outdoors Club
Nerf Club Peer Support
Paintball Club Philelectic Society
Prep Quiz Bowl Ping Pong Club
Role-Playing Games Club Pre-prandials
Rugby Club Pro-Life Club
Sailing Club Robotics Club
Social Justice Forum/J-CAP Sodality
Spanish Club St. Peter Claver Club
Spanish Honor Society Ultimate Frisbee Club
Student Council Urban Farming Club
The Blue Jay Newspaper Vinyl Club
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