• Any questions about activities offered at Cloquet Public Schools please contact:
    PAUL RIESS | 879-3393 EXT 1202

    The clubs and organizations listed below are part of the co-curricular activities of Cloquet High School. The number of students involved in a given activity varies from year to year, but all students are offered an opportunity to participate. No scheduled meetings are being held in or out of school without a staff advisor is present. Students are encouraged to initiate the organization of additional clubs and should contact the student government representatives and administration for assistance and guidance.

    CLASS GOVERNMENT – these student government groups for grades 11 and 12 promote class activities and interests.

    DRAMA CLUB – promotes interest in drama, acting, and play production.

    LANGUAGE CLUB – promotes interest and enthusiasm for languages through a variety of activities and encourages trips and travel.

    NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY – promotes and exemplifies scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students must maintain high academic standards (at least 3.5 cumulative GPA), be involved in a wide variety of school activities, and exhibit good leadership and character qualities as rated by the faculty.

    STUDENT COUNCIL – this student government group lends support to activities and promotes student interests.

    In order to participate in an interscholastic competition, students must meet the eligibility qualifications as established by the Minnesota State High School League and the Cloquet School District.

    BOYS' ATHLETICS - Baseball, Cross Country Running, Tennis, Basketball, Hockey, Track & Field, Football, Skiing (Alpine & Nordic), Wrestling, Golf, Soccer

    GIRLS' ATHLETICS - Basketball, Cross Country Running; Tennis, Golf, Skiing (Alpine & Nordic), Track & Field, Hockey, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Swimming

    DRAMA - Fall musical, One Act Play & Spring Play

    PUBLICATIONS - The White Pine – the school annual

    HOMECOMING – homecoming will be sponsored during the fall season. The king, queen, and other royalty will be selected from the senior class. The dance for grades 9-12 is semi-formal (no jeans).

    JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM – the junior class sponsors a formal dance each spring. Juniors and seniors and their invited upperclassmen guests (junior or older) are eligible to attend. Formal wear is in order.

    POST GRADUATION PARTY – local community members sponsor this party for seniors immediately after graduation.

    SNOBALL – the senior class sponsors a formal dance. Juniors and seniors and their upperclassmen invited guests (junior or older) are eligible to attend.


    Intramurals, Link Crew, Knowledge Bowl Team, Madrigals, Pep Band,  Math Contests, Science Fair, Destination Imagination, Math League, Student Exchanges, Mock Trial, Future Problem Solving Team


    • School Colors – Purple and White
    • School Nickname – Lumberjacks

    PLEASE NOTE:  Parents and students are hereby notified that the school district requires a criminal background check for all individuals who are offered employment with the school district or are offered the opportunity to provide extracurricular academic coaching, athletic coaching, or coaching for other extracurricular activities. This policy does not apply to Cloquet School District student volunteers.