There are over thirty clubs offered at Marin Catholic. Clubs are a great way to get involved and provide learning opportunities outside the classroom as well as possibilities to get to know new people who share and want to explore mutual interests. Marin Catholic encourages student involvement in the development of programs and services that complement their academic pursuits.
All clubs are student-based, student-run and student-centered, although club moderators help by providing guidance. Whether it is providing leadership development opportunities to students, providing chances for students to help plan an event, or assisting in the development of programming and problem solving, Marin Catholic fosters student leaders and supports club organizations that greatly enrich every student's experience.
Club Rush, which takes place in the Fall, is an opportunity to learn more about the clubs on campus. While this is a perfect time to join clubs of interest, students can join at any time throughout the year.
If there isn’t yet a club that speaks to a student’s passion, they are encouraged to take the initiative, talk with the Assistant Principal for Student Life, Anne-Marie Funk, on how they might start a club!