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Clubs & Organizations

ICCS recognizes the need for developing the whole child by teaching them skills achieved through leadership, working in groups, and service to community. Listed below are clubs and organizations available to our student body.

Students are trained to assist clergy with various celebrations including Masses, funerals, and Paraliturgies for the Cathedral Parish as well as school masses.

Students participate in Volleyball, Basketball, Football, and Track through the Calcasieu Catholic Athletic League (CCAL), an athletic program for member schools that fosters self-esteem in students as part of their well-rounded education program

Students lead singing at Masses and Paraliturgies

Grade level service projects each semester provide students with opportunities to learn about helping others.Various agencies involved include: St Patrick Hospital, The Gardens and Villa Maria Retirement Centers, Women’s Shelter, New Life Counseling Center, Abraham’s Tent, and Center for the Advancement of Retarded Citizenship (CARC)

The Young Engineers Society (YES!) introduces students to engineering concepts to help them visualize and realize their future in a technical world.  They develop problem-solving skills by doing hands-on engineering activities.  To top it off, YES utilizes a state-sponsored Speaking of Science program where professors from Louisiana universities come to show the best STEM research happening in our state.

Young Engineers Society Application

Students help with loading/unloading of students during arrival and departure, supervising overall safety.They also post and retire the American and State flags daily

Students participate in classroom geography contests competing in a school-wide contest.One winning student proceeds to a Regional contest

Students produce morning announcements broadcast through video podcast.

Students are recognized for academic abilities by participating in advanced assessment for state and national recognition

Students lead sign language during the singing of the Lord’s Prayer at Masses

Service organization for middle school students who meet academic requirements

Students assist with Pre-Kindergarten children before the school day begins

Students gather once a week to make rosaries for the needy while learning the prayers and mysteries of the Rosary

Boy Scouts Troop 5, Girl Scouts Troop 253 – Students and their families are involved in various skills and character building programs

Student Representatives and leaders selected to promote good citizenship, and school spirit, while contributing to a Christian atmosphere

Thanksgiving Food Drive, Adopt-a-Family at Christmas, Children’s Miracle Network Heartnotes, Lenten Operation Rice Bowl

Students research topics and prepare written and visual presentations judged by community stakeholders in order to qualify for Regional and State competitions