Community Life

Clubs

If there is a key to making the most of “the Mullen Experience,” it is to get involved! 
Over 90 percent of Mullen students participate in at least one extracurricular activity throughout the year. Find the activities that best suit you and discover what we mean when we say, “WE ARE MULLEN!” Due to the fluid nature of clubs, the below list is not exhaustive. At any time, students who wish to create and maintain a club should speak with Director of Student Life for approval and instruction.

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  • Art Club

    From popular demand comes a club for all students who love and appreciate art. Whether you like to paint, sketch, or appreciate the art of others, art club aims to serve as a place for art lovers to come together and create something beautiful.
  • Black and Latino All-Inclusive Club

    This club seeks to promote our diversity at Mullen High School. Meeting regularly, they discuss issues facing society and meet with engaging speakers to discuss the topic of diversity in school. This club cherishes and celebrates differences, asking each student involved to promote their culture proudly!
    Moderator: Ms. Miller
  • Chess Club

    Meets weekly, on Fridays from 3:00 – 4:00 pm and is open to all Mullen students. The club welcomes you if you have never played Chess before, or if you are a seasoned tournament player. It is completely casual; come when you can!
  • CORE Crew

    Core Crew is a leadership training program. Core is based on a simple concept: linking freshmen with successful upperclassmen. Juniors and seniors are trained in team building activities, cooperative skill development, and discussion skills. Link provides social and academic support throughout the school year.
  • Cupcake Club

    Cupcake Club inspires students to do what they love – bake and eat cupcakes! The goal of this club is to provide students a fun, enjoyable opportunity to cook food together, sell cupcakes for fundraisers and for mission like during Lasallian Heritage Week, and build community with one another through the shared act of eating delicious cupcakes.
    Moderator: Ms. Bohnsack
  • Drum Line

    The Drum Line’s purpose is to support our school, primarily, but not limited to, through our sporting events. Drum Line is first and foremost a family where students give their best effort to grow as people and as musicians. It is an entity that is unlike anything else at Mullen. It will consist of hard work with great joy. We want students on the Drum Line to love the ensemble and show that love through their musicianship and effort during performances. The Drum Line is open to any student who wishes to give it a try. Most of the current members of the ensemble do not list percussion as their first instrument, but have enjoyed the pleasure of learning to play in a percussion ensemble. In everything that we learn and do, we work to: "Praise the Lord with our thunderous sound."

    Coach - Mike Farrell | Assistant. Coach - Heather Davis
  • Engineering Club

    Students will experience the design cycle as they conduct research and work in teams to design and construct various projects. Students will have the opportunity to experience design and modeling using a 3D printer. In addition, students may choose to enter local design contests.

    Moderator: Mrs. Wakumoto
  • Knit Wits and Crazy Crochet Club

    The mission of the Knit Wits and Crazy Crochet Club is: hobby. support that brings the rush of creativity we all live for. survival mode we all dwell in. A calming retreat to come and reconnect with self, others, and God. To create a place to “pause life” and deepen friendships through a common To offer a warm and cozy place with the color, tactile pleasure and pattern To learn and/or improve upon the art of knitting or crocheting. To create a knitting/crocheting “sanctuary”, a respite from the hustle, fast paced To reach out to or share gifts with others through the art of needlework.
    Moderator: Mrs. DeHaan
  • Lasallian Youth

    Faith Service Community. Meetings Every Tuesday at lunch in the Activities CenterLasallian Youth is open to all students. It offers the student a variety of opportunities to minister to the economically poor through direct service and education in the spirit of St. John Baptist De LaSalle. Lasallian Youth assist in building a faith-filled community at Mullen High School. Activities include prayer, projects that help keep community awareness of our Lasallian heritage, a safe Halloween for children, collecting for Thanksgiving food drives, and a Christmas adopt-a-family program. Students help with serving meals to the marginalize senior homeless in the Denver area. Lasalian Youth also works with our sister school in Meki to help raise money for their educational needs.
    Moderator: Mrs. McCarty

  • Latin Club

    This is an organization for Latin students to join and discover more about ancient cultures and languages. Students participate in several activities, including frequent meetings, competitions and field trips to the local junior Classical League chapter events in Boulder and Estes Park
    (more information at http://coloradojcl.org). Students also promote the awareness of ancient cultures by sponsoring events for the student body to attend. Torch award available.
  • Liturgy Committee

    Liturgy Committee prepares the student body, the space and the ministers for worship. We assist in the preparation for school Masses and Friday morning daily Masses, and promote education about liturgy. Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors are needed for all the Masses and prayer services. Every student is invited to be involved with this committee. Training and meetings are held often in my classroom.
  • Mullen Action Sports Society (MASS)

    MASS is for those of us who like to get outside and be active on anything with wheels or a board.We spend time at Mullen watching snowboarding and skiing videos and talking about the best datesfor heading up to the mountains, and we spend time together up on the mountains, especially whenthe snow starts to get going!
  • National Honor Society

    The Mullen Chapter of the National Honor Society is an organization that promotes recognition of students for outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership and service. The society meets throughout the school year and participates in various community service projects. Each year the society elects four officers who serve in leadership roles during the school year. Students will be invited by NHS moderators at the end of their sophomore year. 
  • National Latin Honor Society

    This is a prestigious organization that honors students' academic achievement and good citizenship. Students must be enrolled in Latin, be a member of the Latin Club and receive an A in two consecutive trimesters of their Latin classes. These fine students offer services such as Latin tutoring, meriting the highest status and recognition by Mullen High School's Latin program. Induction is every spring and must be renewed yearly. These students will be invited to participate in the World Languages Honor Society and organize activities for the student body. Torch award available.
  • National Social Studies Honor Society

    The National Social Studies Honor Society strives to:
    • To promote scholarship and to recognize academic excellence in social studies among high school students.
    • To provide opportunities for exploration in the social studies in the school environment and the community.
    • To encourage interest in, understanding, and appreciation for the social studies.
  • Running Club

    Does taking a long run on a nice say sound like fun to you? If so, join Running Club. Participants enjoy taking scenic runs and spending time together, building community along the way!
  • Sacred Sounds

    This group is composed of students and faculty members who plan and provide vocal and instrumental music at all school Masses, prayer services, and other special events. The ensemble is comprised of vocalists, guitars, keyboard, hand drums, and other instruments as needed or interested. Regularly meeting on Mondays to prepare for all events coming up, this music group explores different methods and styles used to pray through song. All talent and ability levels are welcomed and encouraged to join!
  • Speech and Debate Team

    Debating, Acting, Voicing Opinions! Mullen High School Speech and Debate students demonstrate their communication, research and extensive critical thinking skills throughout Colorado and across the country as members of the National Forensic League. They challenge themselves and others to support their opinions with clear, concise and well supported statements. They show their incredible knowledge and creativity through the presentation of their ideas and with their interpretive skills in 11 competitive events. They are Mullen!
  • Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.)

    (S.A.D.D.) is the Mullen Chapter of a national organization that promotes healthy life choices for young people. We promote drug and alcohol free students, as well as safe driving, awareness of the dangers of eating disorders, suicide prevention, and safety on dates.
  • Students for Life

    Students for Life is a nationally recognized club that aims to promote the sanctity of life for allhumans in all places. Any student who wants to protect and promote life is welcome to join!
  • TARS (National Teen Age Republicans)

    The Teen Age Republicans (TARS) is a national, youth led organization challenging teens to become involved in their local, state and national political processes.TARS members gain first-hand knowledge of the political process, develop leadership skills, and perform community service acts in the community.
  • World Affairs

    Developed in 1991 at the University of Denver’s Center for Teaching International Relations (CTIR), the World Affairs Challenge is rooted in academics, emphasizing creativity and solution-oriented critical thinking. Each year, CTIR chooses an overreaching annual theme confronting the international community to help focus student research. The Challenge offers three separate elements within one program, of which engages a different of skills and talents from the team. Working as a team, students choose an aspect of the annual theme to be their Formal Presentation topic. On Challenge day, they present their findings to panels of judges drawn from the community. They meet peers from other schools around the state and engage in substantive discourse about the annual theme.