Griffins for Life
Our mission is as follows: to promote the dignity of the human person and build a culture of a life within the school community of Father McGivney Catholic High School. The Griffins for Life is committed to promoting and serving the culture of life by standing in solidarity with the staff and faculty to affirm and defend the dignity of every human person.
Griffins for Life will specifically serve the school community by equipping and empowering student leaders to concretely live out this mission. Student leaders will organize and host school-wide events, spearhead prayerful campaigns, and raise awareness about key issues affecting the dignity of the person today.
Mrs. Dreyer – email@example.com
Catholic Athletes for Christ
Catholic Athletes for Christ shares the gospel and Jesus’ message through sports.
Mr. Vance – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Celtic Crew is Father McGivney’s Spirit Club! This group attends Griffin sporting events and promotes school spirit. Members of the Celtic Crew cheer at games, brainstorm theme nights, and work with the administration to organize pep rallies. Membership in the Celtic Crew is open to all students. If you have a creative mind, a loud voice, and an unwavering amount of Griffin Pride, then this is the group for you!
Mr. Kovarik – email@example.com
The Dance Team performs at our school’s home basketball games. If you love music or love to dance, this is the team for you!
Mrs. Dorgan – firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Ambassadors are a group of selected students who represent our school at recruiting visits and events, open houses, speak at masses, and serve as shadow student guides. These students are chosen through an application and interview process. Applications are accepted and interviews are conducted in the fall. This is a club that meets and has required attendance at various events throughout the year.
Mrs. Joellenbeck – email@example.com
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society supports the academic mission of the school by providing peer tutoring twice per week for any student that needs or wants it to improve their academic progress. Members organize a bi-annual blood drives and other fundraising and volunteer experiences.
Membership into the McGivney Chapter of the National Honor Society is earned by having a 3.5 unweighted GPA through the end of the first semester of their sophomore, junior, and senior years. The students apply for membership and are evaluated for character, leadership, and service by the faculty council for a final determination of membership. Members are inducted at a mass on the Wednesday of Catholic Schools Week each year.
Mrs. Madura – firstname.lastname@example.org