About Us: Activities

Blessed Sacrament students have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of activities. Blessed Sacrament School’s activities are designed to enhance students’ learning, lives, and experiences.

Sports are handled by the Blessed Sacrament Boosters.  More information can be found on their website.

Curricular activities include:

  • Celebrate Success – Student recognition for academics, behavior, and attendance
  • Christian Student Awards – Peer-chosen award for students in grades 4 – 8 honoring those who exemplify what it means to be Christ-like
  • CCH & NDA Math – 8th-grade students have an opportunity to test into Algebra I at the high schools for high school credit
  • Child abuse prevention programs – Students in all grades learn about personal space and seeking help when needed
  • Everybody Counts – Students gain an appreciation for all people, especially those with special needs
  • Field trips – All grades participate in educational experiences outside of the school building multiple times throughout the year
  • Anti-Bullying Programs – Multiple grades participate in anti-bullying programs facilitated by outside groups
  • Fine Arts Day – Students in all grades have the opportunity to showcase their artwork from the year at our annual Fine Arts Night
  • Literati – The library coordinates with a local retailer to give students the opportunity to purchase the most up-to-date literature at discount prices!
  • Performances – BSS students put on performances at various times throughout the school year (Christmas, Fine Arts, etc.).  Outside groups such as the Children’s Theater also come and perform for our students during the day
  • Pro-Life Essay Contest – 8th-grade students participate in an annual Diocesan pro-life competition

Extra-Curricular activities include:

  • Challenge Girls’ Club – Girls in grades 5 – 8 grow in their Catholic faith and friendships and work to make a difference in the world around them
  • After-School Art – Students in grades 5-8 have an opportunity to extend their artistic abilities with the help of the art teacher
  • Fine Arts Programs – Acting and musical classes are offered through groups like Playhouse in the Park and local strings groups
  • Scouts – Girl and Boy Scouts are available to students in all grades
  • Governor’s Cup – A variety of academic competitions give our students a chance to showcase their talents against neighboring schools
  • Homework Buddies – Upper-grade students support younger students with homework, social skills, and modeling positive behavior
  • Math Counts – Students in grades 6-8 work to hone advanced math abilities and showcase their talents in competition
  • Altar Server – Students can become active participants in the liturgy by becoming and serving as an altar server starting in the 5th grade
  • Children’s Choir – Children have the opportunity to work with our choir director and participate in the children’s choir
  • Student Council – Student Council members must run for and be elected to their positions.  They serve on the boards or as homeroom representatives
  • Summer Art Camps – Various ages can attend summer art camps covering a wide range of artistic expressions