Activities & Clubs

Tolton Catholic offers more than just academics. Students have an opportunity to express themselves and excel in ministry, the arts and more. By participating in extracurricular activities, students develop skills such as leadership, working with others, responsibility and self-discipline. The school strongly encourages all students to become involved in at least one extra-curricular activity and in fact, most students participate in several. Once a year, the school hosts a club/activities fair for students to get to know the club’s goals and its members.

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. The club meets every two weeks.

Faculty Advisor: Pat Kelly –

President – Cassie Edmiston
Vice President – Meg Molli
TreasurerCaroline Sasser

Secretary-Casey Hulshof

Communications– Rachel Selva

The Pro-Life Club organizes several events throughout the school year to raise awareness about national and local pro-life issues. The Pro-Life Club meets every other Monday. The club sponsors events throughout the year as well as attendance at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C.

Faculty Advisor: Paulina Tramel –

President – Madison Baker
Vice-President – Meg Molli
Secretary – Mary Kaitlyn Condict

  • Membership is open to any student.

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

Faculty Advisor: Scott Henderson –

  • Students with a 3.75 GPA or higher are nominated and inducted at the end of their junior year.

The Spanish Honor Society is a national organization whose goals are to recognize students who have achieved excellence in the study of Spanish, as well as to promote a greater understanding and appreciation of the Hispanic culture and civilization.

Faculty Advisor: Matt Plank–

  • Induction ceremony in May of each year
  • Students must have grade of 90 or higher in Spanish 2

The Mock Trial Team promotes effective communication skills by having students participate in the Missouri state high school mock trial competition sponsored by the BAMSL. There are three regions: St. Louis, Kansas City and the out-state region. Tolton competes in the Out-state region. The team competes in 2 local trials, a regional trial and often the state trial competition. Tolton has a Varsity and Junior Varsity team.

Attorney Advisor: Gary Stamper

  • Mock Trial is open to any student interested
  • Informational meeting will be held in September

The Tolton Catholic High School music department offers many opportunities for students interested in performing as part of a musical ensemble.  Our band and choir meet during the school day and earn ½ credit per year towards the fine arts graduation requirement.  Throughout the year, both ensembles perform for on campus, such as the annual Christmas and spring concerts, and at athletic events. We also represent TCHS in the community, occasionally providing music for special events and local parish Masses.  In addition, all music students are encouraged to audition and participate in regional and state competition and festivals.

Music Department Webpage:

Faculty Advisor: Dustijn Hollon

Scholar bowl is a competitive team competition that allows students who like to learn and show their knowledge to play face-paced trivia for both school and state recognition. This is an official MSHSAA winter sport that allows students to earn a letter. Questions used in scholar bowl come from science, social studies, math, English, theology, sports and entertainment.

Faculty Advisor: Ericca Thronhill –

  • Organizational meetings are in the fall.
  • The team is open to all students
  • They participate in about 4 tournaments and about 8 head to head matches, with a district tournament in April. The state tournament is in June if they win sectionals.
  • Coaches assign captains.

The Math Club allows students to show their math abilities through a series of competitions that take place throughout the course of the school year.  Members of the team will have an opportunity to increase both their overall knowledge and confidence in their mathematical performances and have some fun along the way.

Faculty Advisor: Haley Gerling –

  • The Math Club is open to students interested in math and that can compete on a higher level
  • Math Club competes in 4-5 competitions each year.

The Constitution Project is an organization set out to teach high school aged students the importance of amendments to our Constitution.  It is broken into three different sections: Crime Scene Investigation, Journalism, and Trial Advocacy.  The variety provided within this project allows for multiple interests to be discovered and fostered.

Faculty Advisor: Haley Gerling –

  • The Constitution Project is open to all students interested.
  • The club competes in a series of 4 events each year.

The Pep Club is responsible for promoting school spirit and providing service to the school community. Activities are mainly designed to support athletic programs.

Faculty Advisor: Haley Gerling –

  • The Pep Club is open to all students interested

The Columbian Squires was founded on 4 August 1925 by Brother McDonald, F.S.C. and is the official youth organization of the Knights of Columbus. According to Brother Barnabas, “The supreme purpose of the Columbian Squires is character building.” Today, the Columbian Squires fulfills this purpose by fostering physical, mental, and spiritual growth through leadership development and service.

Advisor: Nathan Roberts –

B.A.R.F. stands for “Blazer Athletics Running and Fitness”. It is an after school workout program that operates during the winter in between the Fall and Spring seasons. All Tolton students, athletes or not, are welcomed to participate, but the majority of barfers are athletes looking to get in shape for their spring sport.  B.A.R.F. combines a number of different exercise routines including speed work, long distance training, weights, plyometrics, and core….into a workout routine that is fun but emphasizes the importance of competition.

Faculty Advisor: Pat Kelly –

  • The club meets 5 days a week for 1 hour increments
  • Students can attend all or just a few sessions