St. Dominic Savio is an active and thriving environment and offers many exciting opportunities for students to engage their interests and participation through a variety of clubs, honor societies, and competitive groups. Interested students should watch announcements for meeting times and dates. Mr. Joe Gutilla, Assistant Principal, serves as the Advisor of Student Life and the contact for school clubs. Current students and faculty can inquire how to start a new club, meeting locations, and various school policies that may affect clubs.
Faith FOrmation Clubs
Stands for "catechists renewing evangelical witness". Through the C.R.E.W program students are invited to serve in their parish or church religious education programs as catechists and teachers.
Students incorporating faith into athletics.
Liturgical and Mass Ministers
Student ministers serve at school Mass and Exposition and include Sacristans, Lectors, Altar Servers, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMC). This opportunity is open to all students. Annual training and fellowship meetings are scheduled at intervals throughout the year.
Timothy Team Peer Ministry
For students who wish to serve as Peer Leaders in order to foster strong faith formation and ministry through Catholic teachings.
Women of God
For young women in the Savio community to come together on a weekly basis to learn more about the creation of women and their Godly purpose.
Fine Arts Clubs
The Art club explores additional art projects and materials not covered in classes. The student creates a variety of projects throughout the year. One piece is gifted to the school at the end of the year to showcase the student talent on campus. Students do not need to be enrolled in an art class to participate.
The Faith Choir is a vocal ensemble that sings Catholic liturgical music and contemporary Christian music.
The Jazz Band is an instrumental ensemble club that plays jazz, swing, and big band music. Any student at Savio may be a member of this club.
The Pep Band plays for select varsity football games and select varsity boys/girls basketball games in Winter sports season. Students are welcome to join the pep band and support our Savio athletic department.
For students with a shared love of photography and help one another with photographic skills.
Informing Savio students of the Chinese culture, language, food.
Promotes education of Classical Latin language, culture, and Fellowship.
For students wishing to know more about Hispanic culture, language, and history through film, projects, and field trips.
Teaches students how to write in Chinese Calligraphy.
To help students connect and build social networks who might otherwise not.
School spirit group that encourages students to get more involved with school spirit.
To provide food to club members, or other students, who do not have the means to obtain food.
Kan U Knot Club
Teach and gather to knit or crochet with the purpose of socializing and creating blankets/hats to donate to local hospitals.
Ultimate Frisbee Club
For students wishing to participate in an intramural type ultimate frisbee activity.
Social Awareness Clubs
Business and Finance Club
Focuses on teaching students how businesses and finances affect their daily lives.
Eagles for Life
Students wishing to promote the Pro-Life beliefs of the Catholic church.
Students promoting environmentalism and sustainability at St. Dominic Savio.
Student leadership group responsible for organization of the 12 families with the 4 "Houses" of the school. Implement school activities, house activities, school leadership, and overall school environment.
Students that assist the Admissions office in hosting students interested in attending St. Dominic Savio.
Savio News - The Talon
School newspaper that provides various news stories affecting the lives of Savio students.
Service Outreach Club
To provide social outreach opportunities for the Savio community that include small projects in the greater Austin area.
Student Leaders Club
Savio students engaging in political forums that bring attention to the strengths and weaknesses of overall leadership.
Computer Science Club
To expand student knowledge of data programming and compete with other schools in computer science programs.
To expose students to various disciplines of the engineering field through projects, field trips, and competitions.
Designs, builds, operates competitive robots to compete in state and nationwide robotics competitions.