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3D Printing ClubStudents learn how to create 3D objects and use the 3D printers.Mr. Michael Jacobs
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AARP SERVICEA weekly meeting between generations.Mr. Mark WhartenbyService
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ADMISSIONS AMBASSADORSAssist with Open House, Interview Season and Freshmen Welcome Night.Service and Leadership
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ART CLUBMonthly meetings to investigate interests in the Fine Arts beyond the curriculum. Assists in the preparation display of the Annual Fine Arts ShowMr. Rick GabrieleArt
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ASTRONOMY CLUBThe mission of this club is to promote an interest in the science of astronomy, as well as to discuss current topics in the field.Dr. Steve TomshawScience
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C.A.F.EHoly Ghost Prep’s Cultural Awareness For Everyone (CAFÉ) group seeks to bind together a stronger campus community one person at a time. To fulfill this mission, we work to foster a community environment that is welcoming and responsive, and assists in everyone’s success. We believe that diversity enriches a community. To advance the cause of diversity and tolerance in our community, we seek opportunities to learn from each other, empower one another, and spread our vision of diversity whenever possible.Dr. Patricia O'Connor and Dr. Edna Ramírez
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CAMPUS MINISTERSStudents assist with a full range of liturgical functions in the maintenance of the historic Chapel of the Seven Gifts of the Holy SpiritMr. Mark WhartenbyService
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CHESS TEAMCompetes in the Lower Bucks County Scholastic Chess LeagueMr. Tom Murtaugh
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CHORUSStudents sing at school events and liturgies as well as at off-campus community activities. Audition required. Training through HGP Music Program.Mrs. Beth VilsmeierFine Arts > Music
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CHRISTIAN SERVICEFrom serving the homeless at St. Francis Inn to building projects as part of "A Taste of Mission" in West Virginia, promotes and enables widest sense of Spiritan service.Mr. Mark WhartenbyService
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CLASSICS CLUBOpen to all students but particularly suited to students enrolled in Latin, the Classics Club is dedicated to appreciating the languages, culture, mythology, and history of ancient Greece and Rome in both their own time and in the contemporary world.Dr. John ScanlonWorld Languages
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COMIC BOOK CLUBHoly Ghost's home for those interested in comic books and graphic novels.Dr. John ScanlonEnglish
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COMMUNITY SERVICE CORPSOpen to all, the CSC promotes personal growth and social awareness through involvement in service activities on and off-campus.Mr. Mark WhartenbyService
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DOMINOES CLUBOpen to all students but particularly those who have traveled or are planning on traveling to the Dominican Republic for a mission trip. Dominoes club meets once a cycle, during break to play games of Dominoes.Dr. Edna RamírezGames
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DRAMA SOCIETYEach fall, students act in a serious and/or comic play. Each spring, a musical is produced. Auditions are held and training in aspects of dramatic performance is provided.Fr. Chris McDermott and Mrs. Beth VilsmeierFine Arts > Drama
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ENVIRONMENTAL CLUBPromotes awareness of environmental sustainability.Mrs. Beth BrunoScience
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GAMING CLUBHoly Ghost's all-in-one club for electronic, tabletop, and collectable card games.Mr. Brandon Petcaugh, Dr. Aaron Pollock, and Dr. John ScanlonGames
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FIRST FRIDAYArtists, musicians and poets perform monthly in the Geruson GalleryMr. Rick GabrieleFine Arts
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FORENSIC SOCIETYNationally renowned HGP Forensic Society enables students to develop leadership and public speaking through competitive performance in Current Affairs Speaking, Persuasive Oratory, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and Single or Duo Perfor­mance of Humorous or Dramatic Litera­ture.Mr. Patrick McGheeSignature Programs > Forensics
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FRENCH CLUBModerated by a native speaker, the French Club meets twice a month for Scrabble tournaments, jeopardy, hangman, music videos, French desserts, French movies. There is also a yearly trip to a French crêperie for lunch. The club is a fun way to celebrate a rich culture. Students and faculty also present French Week, a school-wide celebration of the French language and culture through food, posters and skits.Mrs. Claudine NicolayWorld Languages
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GHOST AROUND THE WORLDPromotes connections with Spiritan Apostolates worldwide.Mr. Mark WhartenbyReligion
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INTRAMURALSSeveral times each month, sports opportunities from weightlifting to ultimate frisbeeMr. Jim StewartAthletics
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JAZZ BANDTop student musicians perform at HGP and in the communityMrs. Beth VilsmeierFina Arts > Music
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KENDO CLUBKendo, the Way of the Sword is the art of Japanese Samurai rooted in the traditions of Budo, the Martial Way. The Club meets and practices under the direction of a skilled faculty practitioner of KendoDr. Steve TomshawAthletics
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LITERARY MAGAZINE, EMBERSStudent-produced literary works, essays, poems, cartoons, and more.Mr. Matt JordanEnglish and Publications
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LITURGICAL MINISTERSTraining and service as sacristans, lectors, musicians,servers, Eucharistic distributor, and hostsMr. Mark WhartenbyService
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MATHLETESMonthly contests at area schools for students highly interested in math and problem-solvingDr. Peter PuleoMath
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MATH MODELING (annual competition)Annual competition sponsored by COMAP offered to students in junior or senior year enrolled in an advanced placement math classMrs. Gerri CarmineMath and STEAM
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MOCK TRIALStudents interested in law and related pursuits prepare cases to argue before a sitting judge for regional and state competitionsMr. Thomas EckerleSocial Studies
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MOVIE CLUBScreenings of classics and contemporary films with lively and informed discussions.Mr. Patrick McGhee
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MUSICAL THEATEREach spring, HGP musicians and actors produce classic and contemporary musicals.Fr. Chris McDermott and Mrs. Beth VilsmeierFine Arts > Drama and Music
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MU ALPHA THETA NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYStudents who meet the eligibility requirements are dedicated to promoting mathematics both in school and in the community.Dr. Peter PuleoMath
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NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETYNominated through the art program, plan exhibits locally and regionally.Mr. Rick GabrieleFine Arts
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYStudents selected through academic achievement, character, leadership, and service assist the HGP community through peer tutoring, Main Office assitance, concession sales, and fund-raising activities for scholarships.Mr. Patrick HoelzleLeadership
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NEWSPAPER, THE FLAMEWriters, artists, and photographers are welcomed to contribute to the publication of news, opinion, sports, and features six times yearly for the HGP Community.Mr. Justin GouletEnglish and Publications
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PEER COUNSELORSStudents promote healthy adolescent life styles. Organizes Red Ribbon Week.Leadership
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PEER MINISTERSKey Campus Ministry students stress leadership in service to the HGP community, helping administration and student government with freshmen orientation and the annual Charity BallMr. Mark WhartenbyLeadership
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POETRY CLUBHear original works by students and teachers. Meets weekly. Performs monthly. Open to all.English
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POLITICS CLUBPolitics Club seeks to engage the student body on political issues facing society. We host debates on current political topics, hold mock elections, and poll students and faculty on political leanings.Dr. Tom Saxton, Mr. Tom Murtaugh
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RESPECT LIFE CLUBPromotes awareness of a consistent ethic of life, from conception to a natural death, through education, advocacy, and prayer: the unborn, euthanasia, persons with disabilities, the elderly, the poor, HIV/AIDS, and the environment.
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SCIENCE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYStudents who meet the eligibility requirements are dedicated to promoting science practices and knowledge both in school and in the community.Mrs. Amanda CoopersmithScience
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SKI/SNOWBOARD CLUBAny student who is interested in skiing or snowboarding may join the club which plans semi-monthly trips each fall and monthly trips each winter to local and regional mountain sitesMrs. AnnMarie Dougherty
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SOCIÉTÉ HONORAIRE de FRANÇAIS - (French Honor Society)The purpose of the SHF is to recognize high achievement in French and to promote continuity of interest in Francophone studies. Eligible students must have completed a minimum of three high school years of French, hold and maintain a cumulative B+ average or higher for each year of French, maintain a B average in all other subjects, be currently enrolled in the second semester of French 3 Honors, be enrolled in AP French Language and Culture for the next school year. The responsibilities of members include community service, peer tutoring in French, being an officer of the French Club, promote the French culture in the school wide celebration of French Week.Mrs. Cladine NicolayWorld Languages
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SOCIEDAD HONORARIA HISPÁNICA - (Spanish Honor Society (SHH) -A nationally recognized honor society for high school students studying Spanish. HGP's chapter is called Juan Diego. Eligible students should be at the end of Spanish 3 Honors, have committed to taking AP Spanish and have maintained a B+ or higher average for each semester of Spanish classes. Students should be willing to be an active member of the Spanish Club and be actively involved in Spanish-related community service including peer tutoring.Dr. Edna RamírezWorld Languages
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SOCIEDAD HONORARIA HISPANICA (SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY)Students selected through high academic achievement in Spanish are inducted to this national honor society. Dr. Edna RamírezWorld Languages
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SPANISH CLUBSpanish movies, making and enjoying Spanish food, current events in the Spanish-speaking world, and trips to Spanish restaurants and museum exhibits are all part of this enjoyable club.Mrs. Maria Lehr-FortinoWorld Languages
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STUDENT FILM CLUBStudents write, edit, produce and direct short films.Mr. Patrick McGhee
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STUDENT GOVERNMENTElected student government members are directly responsible for the concerns of the student body and their appropriate presenta­tion to administration to effect change. Promotes healthy and spirited participation for attendance at sports and other school events. Conducts various dances throughout the year, including prom and date dances.Ms. Deirdre Best and Mr. James HobanLeadership
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TEAMSIntroduces high school students to various engineering disciplines and real-world applications of math and science concepts. Builds problem-solving and teamwork skills to solve engineering problems. Participates in annual regional and state competitionsDr. Steve TomshawScience
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TRI MNominated students in the musical arts perform and do community serviceMrs. Beth VilsmeierFina Arts > Music
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TUNED INParticipate, invent and expand their strategies and techniques in learning for classroom activities and short or long term assignments through technologyMr. Michael JacobsTechnology
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UNUMHoly Ghost's Unum leaders act as mentors for incoming freshmen students through the orientation process and beyond.Dr. Aaron Pollock, Dr. John Scanlon, Mr. Bob Vierlinck, Mr. Mark WhartenbyLeadership
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WORLD WAR II CLUBSponsors events to share and increase knowledge of this period. Open to all.John Fitzpatrick
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NATIONAL ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETYStudents who meet the eligibility requirements are dedicated to promoting mathematics both in school and in the community.
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Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor SocietyRho Kappa students create and curate historical documents and recordings to tell the story of a local community that has been historically, socioeconomically disadvantaged; is historically significant; or has a historic connection to HGP and/or the Spiritan community. Upon successful completion of an assigned capstone project students will be inducted into the Honor Society.Dr. Tom Saxton, Mr. Tom MurtaughSocial Studies
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VEX Robotics ClubStudents learn to use the engineering design process as a guide when designing, building, and programming robots. Teams of 3 to 5 students compete in local, and national, competitions throughout the course of the school year.Mr. Brandon Petcaugh
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NOTESExtracurricular activities take place during the school day, after school, and on weekends.
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NOTESNew clubs may form, on a formal or informal basis, throughout the year as well, in consultation with the faculty and the approval of the Principal.
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