Student Activities

Our commitment to the growth of the whole child - intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally and physically compels us to ensure that our students have increasing exposure to activities that foster this development.  Opportunities  increase over the years, but include many options within the broad categories of service and leadership, faith formation, academic, and athletic.  Several examples include:

Service and Leadership

Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Student Council

Faith Formation

Children of Mary, Altar Server, Cantors, and Liturgical Choir


Private School Interscholastic Association competitions, Robotics Club, Chess Club, Fine Arts Show, Science Fair, Sound in Motion, Extreme Math and Quiz Bowl


Flag Football, Tackle Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Soccer, Golf and Cross Country

Middle School Electives

Middle School students participate in a comprehensive elective program which includes the following courses: Study Skills, Computer Applications, Library Research, Human Anthropology, Social Justice, Art, Band, Technology Art, Orchestra, Gateway to Technology and Yearbook.