Anime is Japanese animation that has many different genres. It has been popular in Japan since the 1960s and has gained popularity in the United States. Many anime that come to America are edited to meet our standards and revoiced in a process called dubbing. Fans or students interested in learning more about Anime are invited to join.
The Bass Fishing Club focuses on developing both knowledge and skills necessary to catch freshwater fish and in particular, largemouth bass. Activities may include selection and maintenance of tackle, studying the nature and habits of fish, fish location, lure selection and safety skills. Members of the club will have the opportunity to qualify for the fishing team and represent Saint Viator in the IHSA Bass Fishing Team Tournament in April.
Illustrators is a club for artists who are interested in honing their artistic skills. The club meets once a week after school for a variety of art activities. Every other week, we work on a guided activity (some solo, some collaborative) and the other times, students are encouraged to work on their own personal artistic endeavors. Whether you consider yourself a master artist or just have a desire to learn, all are welcome.
The Investment Club is a student-run organization that focuses on the basics of the stock market and why money-managing skills are important to everyone, not just those interested in pursuing a career in business. Members are placed into a fantasy league where they compete for a top place finish at the end of the year. Student co-founders hope to bring in qualified experts throughout the year to engage with members to help them decide if the business world is right for them, or increase their knowledge of personal finances.
Located in Arlington Heights, IL, Saint Viator High School is a private, co-ed, Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.