Student Life

Clubs

Acadeca

  • Grades 6-8
  • September to March
  • A competition where students can challenge their minds, showcase their knowledge, and come together as a community to celebrate their faith and the joy of learning.

Band

  • September to May

Chess Club

  • September to May
  • Open to all interested! We take anywhere from those new to the game and those who are experts at it.

Choir

  • August to May

Coding Club

  • January to March

Drama

Girl Scouts

  • August to October

Newspaper

  • Grades 3-8
  • Report on school events

Speech and Debate Club

  • September to May

Student Council

  • Grades 4-8
  • August to May

Yearbook

    • Grades 7-8
    • September to May
    • The staff includes 7th & 8th graders who want to put the yearbook together for the school. We use an online program called Pictavo.

Sports

Little Dribblers Basketball

  • Grades 1-4

Basketball

  • Grades 5-8
  • November to February

Co-Ed Basketball

  • Grades 1-4
  • November

Co-Ed Golf

  • Grades 6-8
  • March to May

Co-Ed Track and Field

  • Grades 5-8
  • March to May

Cross Country

  • Grades 5-8
  • August to October

Boys Flag Football

  • Grades 6-8
  • September to October

Girls Flag Football

  • Grades 6-8
  • March to May

Boys Volleyball

  • Grades 5-8
  • March to May

Girls Volleyball

  • Grades 5-8
  • September to October


School Families

We have learned that promoting interactions between younger and older students is a great way to foster care and compassion.

With this in mind, we have a system of care where students are assigned to one of 20 school families comprised of at least one student from each class. These families sit together in school celebrations and work together on various school assignments, such as health projects to promote smoke- and drug-free behaviors. We also have a buddy system where students form a pair to work together on classroom assignments, such as math and reading, or to attend school-organized field trips.

School Leadership

We challenge our seventh- and eighth-grade students to lead by example. This includes the expectation that they will model responsible conduct for the younger students to see. These older students are also given the chance to serve on the student council and help organize school events, such as our Monday morning assemblies.