Allowing your child to get involved in extracurricular activities at school is important. Participation in extracurricular activities encourages personal accomplishment and the development of interpersonal skills. Benefits include:

  • Learning time management and prioritizing

  • Getting involved in diverse interests

  • Learning about long-term commitments

  • Making a contribution

  • Building solid relationship skills

There are many opportunities for your child to become involved at Sacred Heart!


Boys’ and girls’ sports teams are available throughout the year, including baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball, soccer, golf, track, and lacrosse. Training leagues for First – Third Grades teach the fundamentals of each sport in a supportive, nurturing environment. Our coaches recognize the diverse gifts and talents of those involved and celebrate the best of these differences by promoting the peace of Christian living, the discipline of good sportsmanship and the joy of fair athletic competition.
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Boy Scouts

The Boy Scout program (boys ages 11-17) is designed to promote character, citizenship and personal fitness in boys while instilling the fundamental values of Scouting. Through peer group leadership and the assistance of adult volunteers, Scouts participate in a whole new exciting world of outdoor activities, service projects and leadership experiences. Scouts are introduced to countless hobbies, interests, sciences and even future career choices while working toward advancement and earning specific merit badges. The boys, who are also charged with planning activities and other events throughout the year, lead the program. By taking on these responsibilities, Boy Scouts develop and promote teamwork while learning to lead as well as follow.
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Cub Scouts

Cub Scouting is a year-round program for boys ages 7-10 and their parents that introduces them to the world of Scouting. Through fun activities, challenging adventures and community service projects, Cub Scouts make new friends and discover the importance of cooperation, citizenship, responsibility and physical fitness in their everyday lives. Cub Scouts participate in pack meetings, field trips, camping (accompanied by a parent), the Pinewood Derby and service projects in the community
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Girl Scouts

Girls Scouts is a faith-based organization for girls and adults leaders who work together to build Christian values, develop leadership skills, and provide service to our Parish community and our neighborhood community. Girls from Kindergarten through High School Seniors are invited to be part of this organization. The Scouts are divided into different groups depending on their age. Troop Meetings are held on different days and times according to their age group. All girls are welcome to become members. The girls earn badges and religious patches/pins, receive awards, and are given special recognition for milestones along their journey.
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EDGE is an international Catholic middle school youth ministry program created for youth in grades six, seven, and eight. EDGE is designed to meet the educational, spiritual, emotional, and social needs of young adolescents. EDGE describes how, in many respects, middle school kids are on the edge because so much is going on in their lives physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially. It can be a very stressful and difficult time for them and their parents. As a Catholic Community, we give our middle school youth an opportunity to learn about Jesus, The Word, The Eucharist, and The Church in a fun and interactive manner with their peers and CORE team leaders every Monday night from 7-8:30. All 6/7/8 graders are welcome from any parish or school and are encouraged to bring their friends.
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Protecting God's Children

In accordance with the St. Louis Archdiocese, all adults overseeing student groups (teams, scouts, etc.) are required to attend a Protecting God’s Children workshop. Details and scheduling can be found on the Archdiocese’s Safe Environment Program website..