Clubs and Activities at Saint Rose
is for grades 7th and 8th graders. It meets once a month. The goals of Art Club is to experience and grow in appreciation for the visual arts, to experiment with and to learn new art processes and techniques, to sharpen technical skills, to enjoy positive experiences with a variety of art media and processes, to personally enjoy being creative and artistic and enjoy working with each other as a group, to consider art as a career and /or embrace art as an enjoyable, lifelong activity.
BRICKS 4 KIDZ
is a STEM afterschool enrichement program for students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade. The program is run in 6 week sessions and requires online registration.
is to learn to play the game of Chess, enjoy playing and challenging ourselves and others and to strengthen our learning skills through the game of Chess.
is open to students in 3rd-6th grade or 6th-8th grade. In choir we will develop good singing technique, and work together as an ensemble to create beautiful music! Each group will have a variety of opportunities to perform for parents and parishioners.
is a team of students who prepare and perform selected public speaking events. Forensics is a wonderful way to develop self-confidence and poise while at the same time making new friends and having fun. Students in grades 5-8 are eligible to join the Forensics team. Students compete in tournaments in one of the following categories: Audition/Broadcasting; Dramatic Interpretation; Duet Acting; Duet Improvisation; Duet Interpretation; Humorous Interpretation; Original Oratory; Pantomime; Poetry; Prose; Storytelling; One Act Play; and Impromptu.
meets once a month with a guest speaker from another country learn hands on about other countries.
to learn about female saints so we can imitate their love for Jesus, Mary, and the church and to aid your daughters in their journey toward holiness.
MATH CLUB AND MATH COMPETITION TEAM
is a community that works together, has fun, competes strongly and exhibits good sportsmanship while we increase our knowledge and skill set in Mathematics and to have fun and increase our math knowledge and skills and to compete in local math competitions.
students will learn the basic fundamental of Computer Coding.
NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
members of the seventh and eighth grade with cumulative averages of ninety-three percent in all academic subjects are eligible for membership along with character, leadership and service.
class representivites and officers are elected. Student Councils helps with many school events to include: Senior First Friday Breakfast, student birthdays, school store, Lenten collections, prayers at Mass, Saint Nick's Day, Saint Patrick's Day and school Talent Show.