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Moderator: Mrs. Donna O'Malley This organization is by application only. Please contact the moderator for more information regarding the application process and deadline dates.

Ballet Folklorico La Vikina

Moderators: Señora Beltran and Mrs. Faviola Ojeda The mission of Ballet Folklorico La Vikina is to promote NCHS through the beauty of Folklorico dancing. Meet: Mondays at 3:15 p.m. and Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. (or earlier) Cost: $100 - Includes shoes and practice skirt

BBQ Club

Moderator: Mr. Troy Willhelm This club is open to any students interested in learning how to BBQ. Meet: TBD Cost: $10

Christian Life Community

Moderators: Mrs. Olga Watson and Father Moon CLC is a group of students who meet once a week to read scripture and talk about faith life. Women will meet with Mrs. Watson. Men meet with Father Moon. No Cost. Meet: 7:00 a.m. Fishbowl (Women's group) and Campus Ministry Lounge (Men's group)

Debate Club

Moderator: Mr. John Henderson The Debate Club is accepting skilled debaters as well as novices! Topics vary widely from political issues to whether tacos or burritos are best. No Cost. Meet: Mondays at 3:00 p.m.

ESports Team

Moderators: Mr. Rick Garnett, Mr. Lance Lusk, and Ms. Alex Mechalske Students will be able to compete in a variety of games including, League of Leagends, Rocket League, Fortnite, Overwatch, and SMITE. The ESports Team will compete in a Fall and Spring season. More information to come. Cost: TBD Meet: TBD

German Club

Moderator: Mrs. Amanda Knackstedt Cost: $10 Meet: Tuesdays at 3:!5 in B10

Junior World Affairs Council

Moderator: Mr. David Mabry The club is organized to educate students about world affairs and diplomacy while providing opportunities to explore international careers, provide opportunities for leadership training, study tours, grants and scholarships. Our chapter also competes in a quiz bowl style competition on world events and diplomacy. No Cost. Meet: TBD by members

Life Skills Club

Moderator: Mrs. Teresa West Life Skills Club aims to give students opportunities to learn and ask questions about being independent adults. Topics to be discussed: Cooking/baking, Car Operations, Finances, Hygiene, Cleaning, Domestic skills and more!

Mariachi Corazon Vikingo

Morderators: Señor Beltran and Señora Beltran The Mariachi Corazon Vikingo Club is looking for students that have experience with mariachi. Cost: No fee but students need their own instrument: trumpet, guitar etc. Meet: TBD

Model UN

Moderators: Mr. Patrick Simeroth and Ms. Rebekah Yarmchuk We have a lot of fun debating current international issues, conferences are so much fun and you learn public speaking and research skills. Cost: Conference Fees as needed. Meet: Tuesdays at 3:15 p.m. in A21; During lunch

Mu Alpha Theta

Moderator: Mr. Richard Standerfer Mu Alpha Theta is open to anyone who has completed Algebra II and has never made below a 93 in Math at Nolan Catholic. Cost: 12 Meet: First Thursday of the month at 7:15 a.m.

National Honor Society

Moderators: Mr. Duc Nguyen and Ms. Mary Heidt The National Honor Society is a nationwide organization for high school students that excel in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Members maintain a GPA of 94 and participate in service projects outside of school hours. Currently, NHS has 172 members. The application process opens each spring and prospective members are notified through a tapping ceremony. Cost: $35/year Meet: Quarterly


Moderator: Mr. Patrick Simeroth The Norsemen is a loud and crazy group of guys bonded by amazing school spirit; We have a lot of fun and are generally wacky and not too serious. Cost: $80 for Uniform Meet: Friday afternoons in A21

Pro-Life Club

Moderator: Mrs. Olga Watson There is much to do this year to promote the sanctity of life! Nolan will be hosting a Rosary for Life in January in lieu of the March for Life in Washington DC this year. We hope you can join us! No Cost. Meet: TBD

Robo Vikes

Moderators: Mr. Brad Billeaudeau and Mrs. Sally Tice We are the varsity sport for the mind. We are a fun, versatile and interactive world championship qualifying robotics team. Cost: TBD Meet: Tuesdays and Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in IDEA 113

Royelles Dance Team

Coaches: Ms. Tatyana Peffers and Ms. Rebekah Yarmchuk The Royelles are a dance team that cheer on our athletic teams and also competes in the spring. Many of our members are also involved with a studio team so it is possible to do both. Auditions are in April - let us know if you'd like to receive information as they approach! Cost: Camps Fees and Uniforms Meet: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. in the Dance Studio

Spanish Club

Moderator: Mrs. Faviola Ojeda Spanish Club's mission is to provide cultural enhancement to academic studies with fun activities outside of the classroom where we celebrate popular Hispanic holidays and do cultural activities throughout the year. Cost: $10 Member Fees Meet: First Thursday of the month at 3:15 p.m. in D28 *Subject to change

Student Council

Moderator: Ms. Jamie Kuntz Student Council is in charge of running all the major events at Nolan-- the Blood Drive, prom, and all the dances and pep rallies. If you are excited about making your high school career special for the entire community, not just yourself, then Stuco is a great place to do that! No Cost. Meet: Monthly during lunch

Theatre Nolan / Nolan Players

Moderator: Ms. Christy Collard Theatre is a place where you can find something to do! There is acting, dancing, singing, technical theatre (lighting, sound, costuming, etc). Cost: $10 Meet: 3rd Week of the Month - During B period

Viking Sailing Club

Moderator: Mr. David Taylor The Viking Sailing Club is open to any student who wants to learn more about sailing. This club can count towards a PE Credit as well. Cost: $125-250 Meet: Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. at Eagle Mountain Lake

Art Club

  • Moderator: Ms. Vicki Hamende
  • Meetings: Weekly on the first White day of the week
  • Location: Art Studio (IDEA 211)
  • Time: 3:00-3:45
  • Fee: $15
Come be creative! The Nolan Catholic Art Club is an opportunity to work with a wide variety of art mediums, techniques, and socialize in a creative atmosphere. Students will work individually and collectively on many different types of projects. Learn more about the Art Club.