At St. Ursula, it's about having fun, too! This is your chance to grow by exploring and developing special interests. There are more than 40 special interest groups active at SUA. You will make new friends and your special talents will shine by joining one of these groups.
If athletic competition is your thing, you already know that the SUA Arrows are champions in basketball, bowling, crew, cross country, diving, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, and volleyball. At St. Ursula, we enthusiastically support our young women athletes and our teams.
At the beginning of each new school year, our students sign up for activities from A (Afro-American Club) to Z (Zonta Club).
Some of these activities are designed to provide insights into career choices. Other clubs are just for fun!
The Mock Trial Team introduces students to the basics of our legal system, presenting a case in a simulated court setting.
St. Ursula sponsors teams for the nationally recognized Model United Nations (UN) Program and for the Princeton Model Congress for students interested in world affairs and government.
STEM is a club that explores science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This club has entered many prestigious competitions and won!
The Yearbook and Newspaper clubs teach students how to take a publication from concept to print.
Friendly competition and fitness are a part of SUA Club Sports including Broomball, Equestrian, Fencing and Water Polo teams.