Saint Paul Lutheran High School offers a variety of activities, clubs, and other opportunities for students to get involved, stay active, and provide a variety of different experiences for everyone. We also offers trips off campus for shopping, recreation, and experiencing the culture.
SPLHS has an academic team that practices after school and competes at the I-70 Tournament.
Leader: Mr. Larry Laubenstein
SPLHS offers a chess club, if there is adequate interest. Students have the opportunity to play chess with fellow students. There will be a chess tournament on campus once a year.
Leader: Dr. Luther Schmidt
Leader: Mrs. Kim Brandt
SPLHS puts on two drama performances per year: one in the fall, one in the spring. Students have the opportunity to audition for an acting role, or work behind the scenes in set design, lighting and sound, costumes, make-up and hair, promotions, and more! Rehearsals are typically in the evenings from 7:00-9:00pm Monday-Thursday.
2023 Fall Play
Friday, November 10th, 7:00pm
Saturday, November 11th, 8:00pm
2022 Play: Joe Landry’s It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play based on the story The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren, produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. (www.playscripts.com).
Summary of the Show: “This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. With the help of an ensemble that brings a few dozen characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey unfolds as he considers ending his life one fateful Christmas Eve.” -Playscripts, Inc.
Leader: Mr. JT Toensing
Math Team takes place at the beginning of the 2nd semester of the school year and is open for any student to be a participant.
The Saints Math Team has won the I-70 Conference Contest 19 years in a row!
2023 Math Competitions:
January 2023 - Smith Cotton Contest
February 2023 - I70 Conference Meet
Leader: Mrs. Larin Payne
The Saint Paul Saints Media Team works with the Communications Department at SPLHS and helps live-stream events on campus. Other opportunities for the Media Team include creating videos, content and graphics for SPLHS.
The Media Team is open to any student to join. A knowledge of technology, design, video production and streaming is beneficial, but not required.
Leader: Mrs. Larin Payne
Leader: Mrs. Rebecca Nelson
Being apart of National Honor Society (NHS) is a great accomplishment. In order to be nominated for NHS, students must have: - 3.25 cumulative GPA or higher - 2 nd semester sophomore or older - Attend Saint Paul for at least 1 semester Nominees turn in an application and then are evaluated by NHS members and faculty. Applications and evaluations are turned in to the faculty selection committee who make the decision on inductees based on the qualities of leadership, character, and service. NHS sponsors a number of events throughout the year: - Tutoring on Sunday evenings - 2 blood drives each school year - Campus decorating for Christmas - Various community service projects - Courtwarming.
The Social Life Committee helps plan outings and trips off campus as well as some events on campus. Trips off campus can include shopping trips, professional baseball games, professional soccer games, ice skating, bowling, alpaca farm visits, and more! On campus activities include outdoor movie nights, pumpkin carving, giant twister, painting, and more. We want our students to have opportunities for fellowship and we provide experiences to build friendships and let our International students experience the American culture.
Leader: Mrs. Larin Payne
Spanish Club is for students interested in learning and experiencing Hispanic culture. Ideally, participants have taken Spanish and want to expand their knowledge of the beautiful cultures around the world that speak Spanish. Events will take place throughout the year. Events may include the following: going to a Hispanic restaurant, visiting a Mexican ice cream shop, watching a movie in Spanish, cooking food from a Spanish speaking country, learning to play a board game from another country, and helping with Spanish camp for kids in the summer.
Leader: Rebecca Nelson
Student Government allows students to develop their leadership skills by being apart of and helping put on activities on campus for the students. Elections are held in the spring for Student Government officers (President, Vice President, and Secretary) and committee leaders (Athletic Life, Dining Hall, International Life, Social Life, SOS, and Spiritual Life). Each class (freshman, sophomore, junior, senior) also elects a representative for each committee, and the class Vice President attends Student Government meetings as well, to represent their class. Student Government sponsors a number of events throughout the year: - New Student Orientation - Back to School Dance - Homecoming Week (activities and dance) - Thanksmas (activities and dance) - Teacher Appreciation - Dodgeball Tournament
Leader: Mr. Aaron Brandt
Yearbook Club typically meets once a week in the evenings and puts together the yearbook for the school year. Students involved in the Yearbook Club take photographs throughout the school year, develop and design the layout of the yearbook, and edit it. Yearbook Club is open to any student who wants to wants to join.
Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.