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St. Mary's Extracurricular Opportunities

This list is ever-growing and changing as our wonderful faculty come up with new and creative ways to engage with students after school. Check with the front office to learn more about what new opportunities are available.

This list is ever-growing and changing as our wonderful faculty come up with new and creative ways to engage with students after school. Check with the front office to learn more about what new opportunities are available.

 

Art Club

Students Kindergarten through 5th grade enjoy this after school program where they get to specialize in specific art techniques and projects. Let your little artiste express his or her creativity with the arts! Enrollment fees and appropriate forms are due prior to the beginning of class.

Chess and Strategy Game Club

Learn fundamentals of the ancient game of chess as well as strategies used in other favorite games like tic-tac-toe, "Go Fish", "Connect Four", "Pente", "Mancala, "Go", and others. Strategy games help students learn how to plan, react, adjust, and ultimately succeed - not to mention how to have fun! 

 

French Club

Students in grades 1-5 will learn some basics of the French language, make some tasty French food and enjoy some fun crafts and projects.

Mini Pep Squad

Available to students Preschool through Kindergarten the St. Mary's Storm pep squad is here to cheer! Students will learn a cheer routine, work on tumbling skills, and perform at Storm Central throughout the year. 

The Sewing Guild 

Students learn the basics of hand stitching by creating several fun projects such as a pillow, hot pad, or wall-hanging.  Once students have mastered the basics, they will tackle more difficult (but still fun!) projects.

Tumbling Club

Preschool-Kindergarten students will learn the basics of tumbling and gymnastics. 

Typing Club

While working at their own pace, students will develop the very valuable and important life skill of touch typing for speed and accuracy while using proper keyboard finger placement in this beginner class.