Bishop Manogue currently offers more than 20 active clubs ranging from the athletic to the artistic. Whether you want to follow your interests, or develop brand new ones, our extra-curricular clubs and organizations are a great way to get involved and learn more about yourself and your peers. Contact the listed advisors for more information. Students may organize additional clubs by recruiting a moderator, enlisting a roster of members, and receiving approval from the Dean of Students. The current clubs on campus are:

Academic Team

Advisors: Danielle Ledesma-Smith and Suzi Cornell
Contact: Danielle.ledesma-smith@bishopmanogue.org or suzi.cornell@bishopmanogue.org
The Academic Team is for Junior and Senior students who wish to participate in Washoe County School District’s Academic Olympics.

Baking Club

Advisor: Montana Hill
Contact: montana.hill@bishopmanogue.org

Band

Advisor: Jeremy Satalick
Contact: jeremy.satalick@bishopmanogue.org
During the months of September and October, the band performs for football games and may participate in competitions. The band performs concert band literature from November to June. December through March, the Band also performs at home basketball games. Students are expected to attend practices, football games, basketball games, parades, competitions (in and out of town), festivals, and concerts. Students who enroll in this group must meet the requirements of attendance at rehearsals and performances, many of which are outside of the school day. The Band participates in school assemblies, civic affairs, and a variety of concerts and festivals. Students in this club are eligible to audition for the Washoe County Honor Bands, the Nevada All-State Band, and the District and State Solo/Ensemble festivals.

Bowling

Advisor: Montana LeBlanc
Contact: montana.leblanc@bishopmanogue.org
Bowling is a coed intramural sport at Bishop Manogue. Students participate in a local youth bowling league throughout the months of December, January, and February.

Campus Ministry

Advisor: Tyler Cobb
Contact: tyler.cobb@bishopmanogue.org
Peer Ministry is a club that puts faith into action, organizing service events and opportunities to witness faith for the entire Bishop Manogue Campus.

Choir

Advisor: Jeremy Satalick
Contact: jeremy.satalick@bishopmanogue.org
This ensemble is performance based. Students will represent the school at community concerts, school concerts, Mass, and other music competitions. Students will perform standard literature as well as jazz, pop and rock music. All students are eligible to audition for the Washoe County School District Honor Choir, Nevada All-State Choir, solo and ensemble festivals, as well as other state and national festivals and competitions.

Drama

Advisor: Janet Lazarus
Contact: janet.lazarus@bishopmanogue.org
As well as being a class at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School, Drama also supports an after school organization that puts on the Spring Production.

Environmental Club

Advisor: Alice Winzeler
Contact: alice.winzeler@bishopmanogue.org
The Bishop Manogue Environmental Club promotes the idea of sustainability and strives to make meaningful impacts on the environment.

EDM/DJ Club

Advisor: Jeremy Satalick
Contact: jeremy.satalick@bishopmanogue.org

Folk Club

Advisor: Briant Gibb
Contact: briant.gibb@bishopmanogue.org

Forensics/Speech and Debate

Advisor: Marcelino Ugalde
Contact: marcelino.ugalde@bishopmanogue.org
The Forensics Team, formerly known as Speech and Debate, will acquire and apply the necessary skills of public speaking and debating to effectively compete in the Northern Nevada Forensic League, the Nevada Forensic League, and the National Catholic Forensic League.

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

Advisor: Don Johnson
Contact: don.johnson@bishopmanogue.org
FBLA allows students to learn real life qualities and prepare for a professional future by participating in competitions, scholarships, and an excellent national program.

I-Friends

Advisor: Tracy McKinlay
Contact: tracy.mckinlay@bishopmanogue.org
I-Friends is a group of students who apply in August to be the mentor and friend of an international student for the upcoming school year. This organization supports the integration of all students into the Bishop Manogue community and, recognizing the difficulty in attending high school in a foreign country, works to make everyone feel accepted and welcome.

Interact

Advisors: Chip Lindloff
Contact: chip.lindloff@bishopmanogue.org
A subsidiary of Rotary, Interact is a club for young people ages 12-18 who want to join together to tackle the issues in their community that they care most about.

International Club

Advisor: Tracy McKinlay
Contact: tracy.mckinlay@bishopmanogue.org
The International Club is a student organization by and for all interested students. Its members include international and exchange students, as well as American students. Its purpose is to promote global awareness and appreciation of diversity, help the international and exchange students to make transitions from home country to host country, and promote communication and understanding among international, exchange, and American students.

Lacrosse

Coaches: TBA
Contact: jackie.allen@bishopmanogue.org
Boys and Girls Lacrosse are intramural sports at Bishop Manogue that begin in February and run through mid- May. Teams participate in a local youth Lacrosse League as well as tournaments around the Western United States.

Latin

Advisor: Sara Filler
Contact: sara.filler@bishopmanogue.org

National Honor Society

Advisor: Sara Filler
Contact: sara.filler@bishopmanogue.org
Bishop Manogue’s chapter of the National Honor Society recognizes outstanding juniors and seniors who have distinguished themselves in the following areas: scholarship (a GPA above a 3.6), leadership, character, and service. Students are invited to apply for membership at the start of their junior year and, if accepted, inducted in the fall of their junior year. As long as they maintain the excellent standards expected, students retain membership through graduation. Membership in the National Honor Society carries a high level of prestige which is recognized widely.

National Honor Society of Sports Medicine

Advisor: Bradley Hutt
Contact: bradley.hutt@bishopmanogue.org
The purpose of this organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship in the area of Sports Medicine and other fields directly related to Sports Medicine, to stimulate a desire to render service in the community, to promote leadership, and to assist in the development of character.

Science Bowl

Advisor: Danielle Ledesma-Smith
Contact: Danielle.ledesma-smith@bishopmanogue.org

Sodality

Advisors: Janine Kearney and Cynthia Cunningham
Contact: Janine.Kearney@bishopmanogue.org or Cynthia.Cunningham@bishopmanogue.org
Sodality is a women’s service organization that works to encourage a more wholesome and charitable community through service projects and high academic standards.

Squires

Advisors: Marcelino Ugalde
Contact: marcelino.ugalde@bishopmanogue.org
The Columbian Squires-Our Lady of Victory Circle is a young men’s service organization that focuses on service, spirituality, and social growth.

Yearbook

Advisor: Abby LePeilbet
Contact: abby.lepeilbet@bishopmanogue.org
The Bishop Manogue Yearbook class produces and publishes the annual Crosier Yearbook.

Video Club

Advisor: Kathleen Foley
Contact: kathleen.foley@bishopmanogue.org

Worship Band

Advisor: Jeremy Satalick
Contact: jeremy.satalick@bishopmanogue.org
This group is dedicated to performing liturgical selections for all student body and class Masses.

Clubs at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School

Clubs at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School

Clubs at Bishop Manogue Catholic High School