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School Activities

In our effort to build community and form our students

- mind, body, and spirit - we offer a variety of activities throughout the year.​​

  • Catholic Schools Week

  • Spirit Week 

  • School Assemblies

  • Run4Funds Fundraiser

  • Pep Rallies

  • Celebration of Feastdays

  • Field Day

  • Thanksgiving Lunch

  • Mardi Gras Lunch 

  • Christmas Concert

  • Book Fairs


Living the  SupernaturalLife of Faith and Holiness

Living the Catholic faith in all its integrity
is not what we do. It is who we are. 

  • Weekly Mass

  • Daily Angelus

  • Daily Decade of the Rosary

  • Liturgical Choir 

  • Sacramental Preparation for First Confession and Holy Communion

  • St. Nicholas' Celebration with Christmas Concert 

  • Male Altar Server Program

  • Spiritual & Corporal Works of Mercy 

  • Bi-annual Eucharistic Processions

  • Weekly Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

  • Stations of the Cross each Friday of Lent

  • 5th Grade Mass at the Cathedral with the Archbishop

  • Chastity Rally

  • JPII Outdoor Labs

  • Regular Interaction with Seminarians 

All students participate in service projects throughout the year. Individual classes do service projects, and there are at least two school-wide service projects a year. 



Beyond the Classroom

At Assumption School, we offer our students a variety of activities designed to enhance their educational experience outside of our regular classroom curriculum.

  • Sports (see below)

  • Choir

  • Guitar Lessons

  • Homework Aid

  • Yearbook

  • Student Council

  • Lego Engineering

  • National Geographic Geo-Team

  • Canvas in the Classroom

Sports: Enriching the spirit through competition

Assumption Catholic School competes in the CSAL league in Varsity (7th and 8th Grades), JV (5th & 6th Grades), and Widgets (3rd & 4th Grades).

The school fields teams in the following sports: Basketball (boys and girls), Boys Baseball, Girls Volleyball, Co-Ed Volleyball, Cross-Country (boys and girls), Futsol and Flag Football (boys and girls).


We see these activities as an extension of the life lessons that are being taught every day in our classrooms. Sports are a great opportunity to help kids learn about virtue, commitment, failure, success, perseverance and good sportsmanship.

For more information contact Kathy Honomichl, our Athletic Director:

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