Extracurricular Activities

7th & 8th Grade Leadership Team

Moderator: Mrs. Stephanie Linge

7th & 8th Grade Yearbook

Prepares the yearbook for the 7th & 8th grade students.

7th & 8th Grade MathCounts

MathCounts is a national enrichment/coaching program for middle school students who enjoy problem solving and want to explore areas outside of the normal math curriculum. In this “sports team” style program, students are encouraged to do their best, push their limits and excel.

7th & 8th Spanish Club

Explores the cultures of Spanish speaking countries through their traditions, foods, music, and arts and crafts.

7th & 8th Science Olympiad

Is a competition taking place on three levels: Regional, State, and National. Each competition consists of eighteen 2-3 “mini” contests cutting across all science disciplines including chemistry, biology, earth science, physics, technology, astronomy, etc. The Regional Competition – supported by the Binghamton section of the American Chemical Society – takes place at Binghamton University.

Chamber group, PEP Band, and Stage Band

Are for students reading at NYSMA level 3 and above and concentrates on classical music only. Functions include all concerts, field trips to retirement homes, masses, and the annual 5-0 dinner.

Chorus (General, Swing, and Select)

Groups meet every activity period and after school on Fridays. As performance groups, they accept students on the basis of audition only. No school credit is given for these groups, but they do travel around the country to compete with other choral groups on a national level.

Fan Club

Promotes school spirit by providing an enthusiastic community of supporters at all athletic events.
Moderators: Mr. Patrick Monachino, Mr. Chris Sinicki

History Club

Allows students with a passion for history to interact with others who share this passion. The Club focuses on debates, trivia games, movies and field trips. Every year the History Club takes field trips to New York City in the fall and Gettysburg in the spring to gain first-hand knowledge of areas important to American culture and history.

Key Club

Is a volunteer organization where we try to reach out to the community. We do so by helping out food pantries, shelters, and charitable drives. Key Club’s main event, the “Relay for Life” 24 hour walk is a lot of fun and well worth joining Key Club for. Key Club is one of Seton’s most prestigious clubs and is well recognized by most colleges. Find current news and information on the SCC Key Club Website.

Mathletes

Is a competitive club for those who are looking for a math challenge. There are five local meets during the year with competition among eight or nine local schools. Students are asked to solve math problems within given time restraints. Several of our students have qualified for the state meet, which is held in March or April each year. Seton has always had a strong team, and yet this is a fun “no pressure” club where anyone who is interested can test their math skills.

Mock Trial

Students may find information at the New York State Bar Association Mock Trial Tournament page.

National Honor Society

Recognizes students’ achievements in the areas of academics, leadership, service, and character. To first be considered for membership in the organization, an 11th or 12th grade student must have a cumulative average of 92%. Students must also complete an application which is reviewed by a committee of teachers.

Robotics Club

Students discuss and build Robots using NXT Legos for local competitions. This entails the use of our Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics skills as we explore the universe on our way to a FIRST Robotics Team! Join us on our Journey!!

Saintly Grounds

Is Seton’s Coffee House located in the back of the Library. Health department certified and open after school and during evening and special events, Saintly Grounds volunteers serve a variety of snack foods and drinks at minimal cost.

Science Olympiad

Is a competition taking place on three levels: Regional, State, and National. Each competition consists of eighteen 2-3 “mini” contests cutting across all science disciplines including chemistry, biology, earth science, physics, technology, astronomy, etc. The Regional Competition – supported by the Binghamton section of the American Chemical Society – takes place at Binghamton University.

Sustainability Club

Sustainability Club manages the flow of sustainable activities around the school. They are a small but tightly-bonded group passionate about environmental protection. The club maintains recycling, composting, community outreach initiatives, organic gardening, and other sustainability-related programs around the school. Their work is devoted to educating our community about environmental, social and sustainability issues. Club Website

Yes! Leads

Is the Alcohol Drug Student Information Program. It was incorporated as part of by State Senator Akshar. Yes! Leads peer leaders are trained to present information to younger students about the dangers of alcohol and drugs, and teach them resistance skills. Yes! Leads students are role models and pledge not to use alcohol or drugs. Yes! Safe Choices for Kids

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