Totino-GraceA Catholic High School in the Lasallian Tradition
Totino-Grace offers a robust array of sports, fine arts programs, clubs, activities, intramural sports, leadership development programs, and service and mission opportunities to all students. Listed below are the clubs and activities currently offered. We encourage you to also explore fine arts, athletics and service programs that provide a well-rounded high school experience to the young men and women at Totino-Grace.
The Totino-Grace varsity bowling team won the section championship for the second year in a row and will compete in the State High School Bowling Tournament on Saturday, December 3, at Memory Lanes in Minneapolis. Click HERE for additional details.
This year's Minnesota High School Mock Trial case is civil and is based on a real case from Indiana where a high school senior sued his school’s principal and district based on alleged wrongful disciplinary action in response to student protests. Essentially, this is a freedom of speech case. The team’s formal trials are open to the public and will take place January 12, 19, and 26 at the Ramsey County Courthouse starting at 5:15 p.m. These trials will be in an actual courtroom and a judge will preside. Click HERE to learn more.
Totino-Grace Improv Comedy Club students practice weekly throught the year and shared their talents at a Winter Improv Show on January 30. Short form and long form games challenge these students to think out of the box, listen to others and improve their comedy skills. The performers showcased their skills for the audience with their quickness, wit and humor.
On January 29 and 30, 21 Totino-Grace DECA students competed in the District 4 Competition. They competed in a range of career and business related events against 13 other schools in the area with over 650 total student participants. The students listed below are the first from Totino-Grace to qualify for the state competition, taking place in March.
Congratulations to our Science Club who participated in the Regional Science Olympiad on February 4. Our students competed and placed in the following events:
Megan Arth '18 and Olivia Killilea '19 medaled in the Dynamic Planet event (3rd) and Tower building event (3rd).
Alex Ulate '18 and Jacob Zahn '20 medaled in Optics (3rd).
Alex Ulate '18 placed 2nd in Robotic Arm.
The Speech Team next competes at the section speech meet on Friday, March 24. Best of luck to the following Speech members:
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