Clubs and Activities

St. Louis Catholic School offers a wide variety of clubs and activities for students that meet both during and after school. Please see our Athletics page for our sports schedule.
A photo of the members of the Academic TeamNational Junior Honor Society - Students in grades 7 and 8 are invited to join this academic group. Students must earn top grades and show good character, citizenship, service, and leadership. The group does several service activities during the school year and may go on enrichment outings.
Yearbook Committee - Students in grades 6-8 can join this year-round committee to create our school yearbook. They meet frequently to design the yearbook, take photos of school events, and gather information from students. The yearbook they create will be sold at the end of the school year. Contact Marisol Schutte at [email protected] if you are interested in learning more about Yearbook Committee!
Peer Mentors - Select seventh and eighth graders meet with younger students weekly to be a “big brother/sister”. They meet to talk through bullying, friend issues, or life in general. Our goal is that younger students have a safe, trusted mentor to guide them through circumstances that come up throughout the school year. If you would like your child to meet with a Peer Mentor, please email Mrs. Brooks at [email protected].
Students cheer with signs and pom poms on bleachers during a basketball gameAcademic Team - This team is for 5th-8th grade students that are interested in general knowledge questions and competing to show their multitude of knowledge. There is one match a year at LaSalle HS in the spring. Practices begin in January. 
Choir- All students in grades 5-8 are invited to join our school choir. Students sing at the school Masses and various other events, depending on the school year.  Students sing a variety of music, including both sacred and secular pieces. Choir members are the cantors for the school Masses if they wish.
Drama Club - Our Drama Club performs a spring musical each year. Auditions are typically in January, with rehearsals happening after school beginning in February. A variety of roles are available from main characters to chorus members for students in grades 5-8. The musical performance usually takes place in April. 
Members of the Robotics team pose with a trophy
Robotics Team - The Robotics Team currently consists of seven teacher recommended students in grades 3-6.  The students meet once a week from after fall break into early February to practice for competitions using the VEX robot.  We travel to area schools about once a week for smaller competitions and usually attend one large competition each year. Contact Mrs. Hollins ([email protected]) for more information.
Archery Team -The SLS NASP Archery team holds practice once a week from mid October to early February and compete in approximately 10 Saturday tournaments. They also have the chance to qualify for state every year. Archery Team is open to grades 4-8.
A member of the Archery Team pulling his bow back to shoot at the targer
Girls on the Run- Volunteer coaches facilitate lessons that blend physical activity with life skill development. Fall and Spring seasons available. At the end of the season, the team completes a 5K together. Girls on the Run is open to girls in grades 3-5.
Student Council-Student Council is a student and teacher voted club that collaborates with others to impacts their school community in a positive way. They host fun events for students to interact outside of school, plan ways to support charities, and look for ways to improve our school. Student Council representatives are in grade 6-8.
Rube Goldberg Team- 7th and 8th grade students create a Rube Goldberg machine together as a team to complete an everyday task. Students meet weekly throughout the year to create the machine and participate in a competition in the spring.