Art Club
Every Thursday and Friday, Intermediate and MS students are welcome to join the art club and work with different art mediums. They also help design all the sets and props for the school plays.

Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts, Daisies, Brownies – Primary girls enjoy meeting once a week here at school with their troops. Scouts are leader-dependent – with enough adult involvement, scouts can be for all ages.

Chess Club
Primary and Intermediate students participate in a chess club once a week and attend tournaments 2 to 4 times each semester.

St. Dominic Savio Club fosters leadership and care for others and a deeper understanding of faith in action.

Robotics Team
Students in can participate in a Robotics club once a week and attend tournaments 2 to 4 times each semester.

Lego Club
Primary and Intermediate students participate in Lego club once a week and attend tournaments 2 to 4 times each semester.

MS Quiz Bowl
Middle School students participate in Quiz Bowl and compete against other Catholic Middle School students.

MS Student Council

Middle School leadership group’s goal is to initiate and support service projects for the school, and coordinate community-building experiences in the school.

#Whatever Marian Club

Would you like to grow in your own love for Mary, the Mother of Jesus? Or be a spiritual leader, helping our staff and students know and love Mary more? If yes, you should consider joining #Whatever Marian Club. All MS students, girls and boys, are welcome. Come pray, eat, and work together on Marian projects for the school. Meetings are the last Monday of the month.

CIA Club (Christians In Action)

The CIA club provides students with the opportunity to put their faith into actions through fellowship and service based projects. CIA meets once a week and is open to all MS students.

Scratch Club

Join this club which meets twice a week for 8 weeks (Winter/Spring) and learn about the different aspects of Scratch programming.

Lial Outdoor Adventure Club

The Lial Outdoor Adventure Club aims to bring students and families closer to God by experiencing and interacting with nature and all its wonder. Students and their families will gain an appreciation of nature as both a gift and a responsibility by undertaking our door adventures and earning wilderness survival skills in natural settings.

Members will participate in the following activities for the 2021-2022 club year:

  • Tree climbing
  • Archery
  • Fire Building
  • Fishing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Bonfire and Songs
  • Shelter Building
  • Canoeing
  • Geocaching
  • Kayaking
  • Indoor Rock Climbing
  • And More!

The club will also sponsor optional activities like a skiing and snowboarding trip.

The LOAC is a co-educational club open to boys and girls in Primary and Intermediate units.