While growing spiritually and academically, students also need the opportunity to develop socially and physically. Students are strongly encouraged to become well-rounded individuals by interacting with others in a variety of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities which serve as an extension of a solid educational program.

Co-curricular opportunities include Robotics, Rosary Club, Spanish Club, Youth Groups, Academic and Spell Bowl teams just to name a few.  Extracurricular activities include cross country, soccer, basketball, cheerleading, track, tennis, and golf.

These activities, along with many others, help to enhance social skills, build self-confidence and self-discipline, and teach lessons that last a lifetime that are not learned in a classroom setting.