Clubs and Organizations

IC School offers a multitude of opportunities for discovering and fine-tuning your child's talents and interests, both through school curriculum and extracurricular activities.

Crafter Club (grades 5-8) is open to students who want a little more time exploring all the art room has to offer. In past years club members have worked on projects to sell at the The Shoppes at IC, an annual bazaar put on by the IC Arts and Crafts Society. Crafter Club typically meets every other week.

Student Government (grades 5-8) comprised of  elected representatives from grades 5-8. Student government participates in several fundraisers throughout the year, such as selling popcorn at Falcon Fest and Scoop Dog Valentines in February. They also assume leadership roles in a variety of other capacities in the school. They meet every other week.

Little Rockers  (grades K-6)  meet after school once a week starting during the month of September. They run a set course with the intention of racking up 25.2 miles before the Little Rock Marathon in February. On race day, the Little Rockers run the last mile of the marathon to complete their full 26.2 mile marathon.

Battle of the Books (grades 4-6)  Members read a selection of books and compete as teams in battles over what they have read. One team from IC competes in the state-wide tournament in the spring. BOB meets once a month until February, when they switch into battle mode and meet once a week.

Spelling and geography bees pit a student from each classroom grades 4-8 against one another in a bid for spelling or geography mastery. The school winner then goes on to compete in the county bee.

Chess Club (grades 4-8) meets once a week.

Handbells (2nd grade). Handbells meet once a week and practice songs to play at both school and weekend Masses.

Chiors -  Seraphim Choir (grades 3-5)  and  Junior High Choir (grades 6-8) meet once a week and perform at school Masses. Some members are selected to cantor as well.

Beta Club (grades 7-8) is open to students who maintain a stellar academic record and demonstrate ideals of leadership, service, and dedication to the school community. Students are inducted toward the end of seventh grade and participate throughout their eighth grade year. Meetings are held as needed to plan and execute service projects for the community and school and to provide support and leadership for the rest of the student body.

Mathletes (grades 7-8) are the best and brightest junior math students. They meet at specific times throughout the year to prepare for the Mu Alpha Theta competition held in February.

Boy Scout, Girl Scout or Little Flower Girl (a  Catholic-based club for girls in kindergarten and up) troops - While IC School does not have school-based troops, we work cooperatively with local troop leaders and parent volunteers to ensure any interested child may participate.

Jr. High Beta Club Hosts Red Ribbon Week

Jr. High Beta Club and the rest of the IC student body participated in Red Ribbon Week 2014 to present a unified and visible commitment to creating a DRUG-FREE America! The week was filled with wacky dress days and projects to get everyone excited about living a drug-free lifestyle. Throughout the week, students wore red ties, crazy hats, fun socks, and sunglasses. The week ended with "Red Sea Day," where students and staff wore red clothing and formed a giant red ribbon on the school field.