Clubs & Activities

After-School Clubs


In the spirit of Catholic joy, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School enjoys a cooperative approach to all student activities. Families, students, administration, faculty, and staff work together within the school community, the parish community, and the world. Activities aimed at developing a strong sense of social awareness, an appreciation for the fine arts, and the importance of family-centered activities provide an essential element of each student’s education. The following club selection is a preview of what is currently offered or has been offered to OLPH students based on interest and club moderator availability. 


We are a “scout run” troop employing the qualities and ideals found in the BSA program to build character, foster citizenship, develop leadership & commitment to community, and an appreciation for the outdoors.

We offer a full range of scouting activities from weekly troop meetings to monthly overnight outings, plus a full week of Summer Camp. Outdoor activities embrace the complete scouting experience, rich in adventure and learning: pioneering, canoeing, white water rafting, skiing, backpacking, base camping, and biking just to name a few. We are Troop 794!

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.

Robotics Team

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

Yearbook Club

Yearbook Club is a group that gives students experience in print media publishing. Being in the Yearbook Club allows students experience in photography, computer design and writing creatively that combine to create a yearbook that captures the memories of our school year.

Cooking Club

Children will learn through various levels of inquiry based learning as they create edible arts and crafts, interactive cake designs, and use what they learn to whip up their own recipes! For more information check out I’m the Chef Too @


Reading Educating Assessing Developing, LLC offers an after schooling READing club for grades 2-8 each spring at OLPH School. READ also offers a summer reading and writing camp for grades K-8 each year. READ led by Annette McMahon at

Drama Club & Drama Tech Team

The drama club is the longest running club at OLPH! It started it in 2006 and has been providing student focused and created productions for our whole school community to enjoy! Musicals, plays, Christmas productions, dinner theaters – we do it all! 
The Drama Tech Team supports the Drama Club and our Spring Productions.These are the creatives and workers behind the scenes of our annual productions. Students learn to build sets, run sound and lighting, and many other tasks needed to make a show happen. There is no experience required; just a willing and open mind.

Writing Club

Students in Grades 6-8 meet weekly to develop their skills as story writers. he primary goal of Writing Club is to help the children expand their writing abilities and method skills through creative discussion and opportunity for generating written and graphic material.