Activities and Clubs

cross country

Academic and Athletic Activities


Archdiocesan Basketball League (Angel Sports Basketball Team)
Students in grades 2-8 participate in an archdiocesan basketball league organized among the area Catholic schools by parent volunteers.

Angel Sports Cross Country Team
The Cross Country team trains during the fall season, and participates in approximately 5 meets, which are held on Saturday mornings.

Chess Club
Students in Grades K-8 have the opportunity to learn and sharpen their skills as they participate in weekly chess competitions.

Lego® Club
Students are encouraged to sharpen their engineering skills and creative minds to build Lego® structures and vehicles for a variety of fun challenges. This club meets for several sessions over the course of the year.

It’s Academic
Middle School students participate in learning sessions and team competitions.

National Junior Honor Society
OLPH has received a charter to host its own National Junior Honor Society. This group maintains guidelines for entry and continued membership consistent with the expectations of the national organization.

Robotics Team
Students work in cooperative teams to build and program robots to perform simple tasks and engage in fun and exciting challenges.

Girls’ Running Club

Writing Club
Students in Grades 4-8 meet weekly to develop their skills as story writers.

Video Crew

Coding Club

Yearbook Club

Cooking Club

student council

Community and Fine Arts Activities


Student Council
The Student Council is a leadership organization of representatives from 4th through 8th grade. The purpose of the Student Council is to provide service projects and community outreach programs for the entire student body and to encourage school spirit.

Buddy Program
A program where upper grade students are partnered with primary grade students in many activities throughout the year.

Scouting Programs
Boy and Girl scout troops for students of different ages meet on campus at OLPH. This is not sponsored by the school.

Students enjoy training and rehearsal in vocal performance. Meetings will be conducted after school throughout the year and the chorus will be showcased at seasonal events.

Cultural Arts Programs
The students are treated to a variety of age appropriate cultural arts performances from groups that are brought to the school throughout the school year.

Drama Club/Drama Learning Workshops
Students in Grades 2-8 may participate in this after school activity.  Students learn how to put on productions and prepare to participate in a talent show and Spring play.

Students in Grades 4 and up may participate in band. There is a beginner and an advanced band. Band classes are held during the school day and advanced band rehearsals are held after school. The band performs in several concerts throughout the year. The band program is part of an Archdiocesan program and a separate tuition is charged for band class.

Primetime Players