Saint Benedict At Auburndale - Extra-curricular - Clubs and Groups

Clubs and Groups

Students at St. Benedict are encouraged to express their individualtiy and interests in a variety of clubs on campus. St. Benedict boasts special groups for language honor societies, literary analysis, film appreciation, and many others besides.

In past years, students have initiated a Harry Potter Appreciation Club, a Pep Club, a Model UN Club, an Anime Club, an Ecology Club, an Engineering Club, the Reel Society, which is a Film Appreciation Club, and a Computer Club. These groups are open to all students, and are all student-run, with a mandatory teacher sponsor.

Originally founded by Christopher Cahill in the 2005-6, SBA's Ultimate Frisbee team plays other local high school teams in the Memphis Frisbee Association. They were undefeated for their first regular season and placed third in the past Habitat for Humanity Frisbee Tournament losing to Alumni of Collierville High School. They placed third in a loss to Houston for third place overall in the league.

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