Clubs & Activities


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.

Art Club meets the first Wednesday of every month.  Each meeting will focus on a different project like clay coil pots, watercolor painting, monotype prints, and more!  May attend one session or all. Moderator Kate Braun
Welcome to the TG Breakfast Book Club.  This club offers a great opportunity for those students who love to read and enjoy sharing their thoughts and ideas. The Book Club selects four books over the course of the school year. The morning gatherings will take place in the library. Stop by the library with any thoughts, ideas or questions you may have for the Book Club. Interested students may join at any time during the year. Moderator Lisa Umland and Kim Long.  

The Totino-Grace varsity bowling team is open to all students. The team has had success in section tournaments and competed in the State High School Bowling Tournament in 2016. Information about the program will be available in the fall. Contact Tim Hoffman with questions.

Enhance your leadership skills, participate in problem solving activities, and make connections to the business world in DECA.   Questions? Contact Tim Hoffman.
The Game Club welcomes all interested students with any level of experience to participate in a variety of interesting games. Club meetings take place weekly. Watch the Daily Bulletin in September for notification of the first meeting. Moderator Kim Long.

Join the E’gals Fall Dance Club!
This club is open to anyone interested in dance and having fun! All skill levels are welcome and you do not need to be a Winter Dance Team member to participate!
As a club program there is no tryout necessary to join. Contact coach Sydney Page with any questions prior to or during the season. 

Improv Club is open to all students and provides the opportunity to participate in a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made up in the moment. Meeting dates and times will be shared in the fall.
Totino-Grace offers Intramural Basketball for students not participating in a winter athletic program, providing an opportunity to stay active and have fun while building community. The league begins in early January and concludes in march.

The Knowledge Bowl team competes in multi-team competitions against other schools. Knowledge Bowl season preparation starts in late October with the competitive season beginning in January and ending in mid-March. Questions: Contact Moderator Brent Rehfuss.

The Totino-Grace Math Team welcomes all interested students. Weekly meetings take place to review content and prepare for competition. Watch the Daily Bulletin in September for the first meeting date.

The Totino-Grace Mock Trial team provides an opportunity for students who enjoy learning about the law, public speaking, and drama to work together and practice their skills and knowledge. Each season, the team is presented with a case published by the Minnesota State Bar Association  to analyze. Cases rotate each year from civil (even numbered years) to criminal (odd numbered years). Students participate in the roles of attorneys and witnesses, presenting their case against another school. Trial competitions are judged by practicing attorneys and occasionally sitting judges and performances of each piece of a trial are scored. Click HERE to view photos of the Mock Trial team in action. Questions? Contact Moderator Joe Morcomb.

The Science Club competes in the Minnesota Science Olympiad. Preparation for the events begins in the fall and the Olympiads are scheduled in February and March. Events at the competition cover all areas of science: biology, chemistry, physics, earth science and engineering. There are three general categories of events: Build Events, Test Events and Lab Events. Questions: Contact Moderator Brent Rehfuss.

Build Events: students build a device within certain parameters to complete a certain task. Examples of build events this year include boomilever, gravity vehicle, robot arm and thermodynamics.

Test Events: Students are expected to study a certain area of science and tested on the subject matter the day of the competition. Test events this year include anatomy and physiology, remote sensing, and astronomy.

Lab Events: Students complete a laboratory exercise with follow-up questions either in a subject they have prepared for or in an event using general scientific inquiry. Lab events this year include chemistry lab, forensics, technical problem solving and experimental design.

The Totino-Grace Ski and Snowboard Club has scheduled trips to Afton Alps Ski Resort. Equipment rental and season passes are available through Afton Alps. Program information will be available in the fall. 

Speech is a competitive activity that fosters learning the art of public speaking while also involving analysis, performance, research, writing, leadership, creativity, listening, and more. Although competitive, this activity is also about personal growth and achievement. There are 13 categories in which students may compete. Click HERE to learn more about the Totino-Grace Speech Team including important dates. Questions: Contact Moderator Laura Hoss.

Trap Shooting is the fastest growing high school activity in the state of Minnesota! Open to both boys and girls of all experience levels, the TG Trap Shooting Team practices and competes weekly at Metro Gun Club.  The team competes in both the fall and spring. The uniqueness of this activity is that students may also participate in a fall/spring sport during the season. Click HERE to visit the Minnesota High School Clay Target League website. For MN DNR Firearm Safety information, click HERE. Head Coach Brian Scovil. Contact Kay Scovil with questions at

The Talon is Totino-Grace High School's yearbook, published annually for students and staff. Participants will have an opportunity to contribute as photographers, layout designers and copy writers. Questions? Contact Moderator Laura Hoss.


The robotics club is a new, exciting activity offered at Totino-Grace. Program information will be shared after the start of the school year. Contact Moderator Mr. Adam Wolfe

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2017 Mock Trial Formal Trials

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.

Winter Improv Show

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.

2017 DECA District Competition

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.

  • Saji Fernandes and Jack Vettel - 5th place finish in the Sports and Entertainment Team Event 
  • Jack Vettel - 6th place out of 650+ students in the marketing career exam.
  • Jack O'Dea and Gabby Kullas; Rachel Pederson and Adrianna Knox; Jack Kroehler and Peyton Schuler - Top 15 finishers out of 50 teams in the Sports and Entertainment Team Event


Regional Science Olympiad

Congratulations to our Science Club who participated in the Regional Science Olympiad on February 4. Our students competed and placed in the following events:

Mega​n Ar​th '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.


Speech Team Upcoming Meets

The Speech Team next competes at the section speech meet on Friday, March 24. Best of luck to the following Speech members:

  • Patrick Albrecht: Humor
  • Emma Faeflen: Humor
  • Jill Herman: Humor
  • Amira Lateef: Drama and Poetry
  • Marissa Palermo: Discussion
  • Zach Rehfuss: Humor
  • Emily Schewe: Drama
  • Elissa Johnson: Poetry


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