Clubs & Organizations

Adoration Club
The main purpose of the Adoration Club is to give the students the opportunity to adore Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, it will give the students the opportunity to spend time in Eucharistic Adoration. The Adoration Club will also transform their lives and deepen their relationship with God.  During the Eucharistic Adoration, the students will pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, there will be an explanation of the Eucharistic Adoration (Adoration miracles and history) or reflection from scripture, they will have a private time to pray and adore Jesus and conclude with songs and divine praises.   
Chess Club
Students in 1st grade through 8th may participate in chess club.  Chess club members meet once a week to  play, to learn, to teach, and to get together with friends.     
Students in 4th grade through 8th may participate in choir. The choir performs liturgical songs at the weekly masses, as well as monthly community masses.   
National Junior Beta Club
The St. Ambrose Chapter of the National Junior Beta Club is open to students in sixth through eighth grade. Teacher recommendation, grades, and conduct determine membership. It is a leadership-service club whose purpose is to encourage effort and reward merit and promote those qualities of character that make for a good citizen. Members participate in various service projects throughout the year and attend the Texas State Beta Convention. At the convention, students participate in various academic, talent, and art competitions. This honor society allows a place for students to shine outside of athletics.
Rosary Club
The Rosary Clubs provides students with the opportunity to learn about, explore and pray the mysteries of the Holy Rosary.   
The sports program offered at St. Ambrose is an excellent way to show school spirit, sportsmanship, and athletic ability. St. Ambrose offers boys basketball, football, track, soccer, and baseball. The sports for girls are cheerleading, basketball, volleyball, track, soccer and softball. All students must meet behavior and academic eligibility in order to participate in sports and extracurricular activities.
Student Council
The purpose of the Student Council is to: arouse school spirit, encourage scholarship, promote good citizenship, advance the welfare of the school, and sponsor school dances. Student Council involves the total school. There is an executive board that includes a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and class representatives.
Students in 4th grade through 8th have the opportunity to participate in theatre.  Past performances include The Trial of Goldilocks and The Jungle Book.  In addition to building social and communication skills overall, involvement in theatre and performance has been shown to improve students’ self-esteem as well as their confidence in their academic abilities.