Clubs & Organizations


With more than 100 clubs on campus, opportunities abound for students to learn, play and grow as a community, bonded by a shared interest in culture, service, sports, activism, pop culture, politics, food, math, music ... the options are limitless. A student-driven idea and a staff moderator - and it's off and running. What better way is there for a student to get to know himself, his peers, his teachers - his world - better?

Examples of active clubs include the following:

Filipino Student Association Free the Children  Nonsensicals
Rugby Student Environmental Action Society  Micro-Finance Club
Board Game Club Model U.N.  Programming Club
Writer's Guild The Cooking Club San Jose Sharks Club 
Bellarmine Political ReviewSTEM-MED ClubCreative Coalition

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Associated Student Body (ASB)

The Associated Student Body is the formal student government of Bellarmine College Preparatory. The council is composed of the ASB Executive Officers (President, Vice President, Spirit Commissioner, Treasurer, Secretary and Communication Commissioner), elected class officers and voluntary members at large.

The ASB serves three important functions:

  • organizing and supporting student life on campus through events such as Spirit Week and the night rally, Club Day, the blood drive, The Battle of the Bands and dances
  • acting as the organizing body in charge of club approval and funding
  • serving as the voice of the student body by being a liaison between the students, faculty and administration.

Big Brothers

The Big Brother Program is designed to help freshman successfully transition into Bellarmine.  Because Big Brothers are upper classmen, they can identify with any feelings of anxiety and are uniquely qualified to help new students find their place on campus.

Yell Leaders

Bellarmine has a long and proud tradition of school spirit, as anyone who has attended a Bellarmine sporting event can attest. Our Yell Leaders along with Bellarman, our school mascot, get the cheering going and keep the crowds engaged.