Brebeuf students have myriad opportunities for out-of-class activities.

These activities help them find like-minded friends, participate in civil debate, develop artistic and athletic abilities, and share their hobbies thanks to the vast number of activities on campus.  This, of course, this leads to growth and a better understanding of one another.

Many club meetings and diversity activities are held during PRTs. Call outs for all co-curricular clubs and activities are announced at the beginning of the school year and are open to all students.


Students can choose from more than 50 co-curricular clubs at Brebeuf.  We offer clubs that focus on everything from service activities to culture to leisure.  All allow students to share their interests, learn from one another, and have opportunities to serve in leadership roles.

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To provide students with opportunities to develop new friendships and deepen existing ones, Brebeuf encourages all students to participate in at least one class and Kairos retreat.  Although retreats are not mandatory, they make the Brebeuf experience a more meaningful and enlightening one and build a stronger sense of community, mutual respect, support and understanding.

Retreats provide time for student reflection and spiritual connection.


For those who want to be physically challenged, Brebeuf Jesuit offers more than 20 sports.  Many are no-cut, so students can feel comfortable joining a team at any level of experience and ability.  All teams are led by coaching staffs who will ensure that whether the athletes are state championship caliber or just want to be on a team and stay in shape, they are well-prepared to achieve their goals.

More than 85% of students participate in varsity and club sports.