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Athletics

St. Andrew Catholic School subscribes to the philosophy that sports and team participation are positive venue for building mature, well-rounded individuals who to develop emotionally, intellectually, and physically. The Spartan Athletic Club (SAC) strives to teach the value of teamwork, mutual respect, the joy of participating, development of talent, a healthy sense of competition, self-discipline, and honesty in a religious/academic environment. All who participate in the athletic program – students, coaches, parents, and spectators – are challenged to act and react in ways consistent with Christian values.

For this reason we actively participate in and support the Catholic Youth Sports (CYS). CYS has a recreational division for students in grades PK4 - 5 (Elementary Division) that offers soccer, basketball, flag football, track and girl’s lacrosse. The competitive division for students in grades 5 – 8 (Middle School Division) offers basketball, soccer, track and volleyball.

St. Andrew Catholic School Athletic Director – Steve Gibson

Concussion and Heat-Related Illness Consent

Every student-athlete must have on file at SACS a signed Consent and Release from Liability Certificate for Concussion and Heat-Related Illness form. The form includes general information as well as risk factors and protocols about concussions and heat-related illnesses.

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Alumni

If you are an alumnus of St. Andrew and you are not receiving our quarterly newsletter, please contact Mrs. Katy Harris and update your address information.

Check out upcoming events to reconnect with old friends.

Click here to see our current Alumni Profile.

Volleyball

Volleyball

Track

Track

Soccer

Soccer

Basketball

Baksetball

Extracurricular and Club Activities

At St. Andrew Catholic School students are offered the opportunity to participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities that promote their social, emotional, intellectual and artistic growth.

Sharing Opportunities for Academic Rigor (SOAR) Program 

The Sharing Opportunities for Academic Rigor (SOAR) program provides students with rigorous academic assistance during out-of-school time hours. St. Andrew will conduct assessments each school year to identify those students who demonstrate skill gaps or need structured tutoring services to stay on target for success. The program is voluntary but each eligible student will be encouraged to participate. The program operates Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm during the academic calendar year. SOAR serves children in grades K to 8 and was developed to support the academic success of every student at St. Andrew.

QUEST - Quality and Unique Experience in Study and Thought - Enrichment Program 

St Andrew Catholic School is pleased to offer an after school enrichment program for those students identified with high standardized test scores entering the 4th or 5th grade. QUEST will provide both group and individual learning experiences to develop cognative skills, leadership potential, thinking abilities, and creative abilities. This extracurricular activity is by invitation only and meets once a week throughout the school year. 

Performing Arts

  • There is an annual talent show where all students can showcase their God given talents.
  • There is an annual Middle School Play where students may display their artistic talents.
  • Students in grades 4th - 8th can join the choir, chorus, and the bell choir.
  • All students have the opportunity to enter the annual Diocesan Art Show.

 Community Service

  • Students in grades 4th -8th may volunteer as altar servers.
  • Students in grades K-8 can participate in CYS sports.
  • An opportunity for students to join the Boy and Girl Scouts is available at SACS. 

Other Opportunities

  • Students in grades 5th-8th have the opportunity to run for Student Council office.
  • Students in grades 7th & 8th have the opportunity to qualify for the National Junior Honor Society.

Parish Opportunities

  • St. Andrew Catholic Parish offers a variety of opportunities for our students to participate in and share with members of the larger community that are members of the parish. 

 

Extended Day

The Extended Day Program (for grades EC-6) will be from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. each day. Students in grades 7 and 8 will only be permitted to participate in this program with permission of the principal.

Students will be provided with a snack and the opportunity to play and work on homework assignments.

All parents/guardians who wish to enroll their children in this program must complete the appropriate registration forms. Students and parents must abide by all rules and regulations set by the school. The program will usually be available on days when there is early dismissal. As always, there will be no Extended Day during the last day of school and day before Christmas break. Any other changes to this program will be communicated to registered parents and students.

Students who are not picked up from extracurricular activities on time will be sent to the Extended Day Program and charged the appropriate drop-in rate of $15.

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