Moderator: Mrs. Mallory Manuel
The Teurlings Catholic Beta Club was organized in the 1989-90 school year to promote and reward academic achievement. It is a nonprofit leadership-service organization, open by invitation, to the students of Teurlings Catholic who have maintained a 3.40 academic average and exemplify qualities of honesty, integrity, and leadership. The motto of the organization, "Let us lead by serving others" is an indication of the spirit, which guides our local chapter.
T.C.H.S. Service Crew
Moderator: Mrs. Tiffany Parks
Members of T.C.H.S. perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives like “Topple the Trailer.” Annually, the T.C.H.S. Club sponsors “Fall Fest,” providing families of the community a safe environment to Trick or Treat for Halloween. They also help with Special Olympics of Louisiana. Members learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions.
Rebels for Life
Moderator: Mrs. Madeline Boudreaux
The Rebels for Life Club provides leadership building events and activities while educating students to reverence life and creation in all its forms. These students meet regularly to plan opportunities for guest speakers and for participation in Diocesan Pro-Life marches, fundraisers and additional ministry for further awareness of the precious gift of life. The TCH Rebels for Life Club is open to all students.
Moderator: Mrs. Maria Hanes
The purpose of the Teurlings Catholic Rebel Ambassadors is to be a “goodwill ambassador” for TCH. This means each member of the organization is dedicated to welcoming anyone and everyone visiting the campus. Members participate in the recruitment of new students and aid in the retention of current students. Students are chosen based on applications received by the Admissions Director and teachers’ recommendations.
Moderator: Ms. Liz Snyder
The purpose of the Student Council is to create unity among students, administration, faculty, clubs, and community by establishing communication channels. The Student Council shall coordinate, evaluate, and charter all school clubs. It shall promote school spirit and positive club interaction and encourage an attitude of Christian values based on our school's philosophy.
Students Against Destructive Decisions
Moderator: Mrs. Amie Adams
The mission of the SADD Chapter at TCH is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, illegal drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions. SADD is open to all students.
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