Upcoming Events

February 15 - 8th grade Washington Trip Parent meeting @ 6:00 pm

February 16 -  H.S.A. Movie Night @ 6:30 pm

February 19- February 23 ***WINTER BREAK-NO SCHOOL***

February 26 - School Resumes

February 26- Easter candy/candle orders due

February 28 - deadline for new applicants to BISON fund

March 9- grades 1-8 Soccer registration due





We offer many co-curricular and extra-curricular clubs, and opportunities for teams to compete at local, state and national levels. When teams reach competitive levels which require travel, every team member is required to participate so the team is not held back from the competition.

Some of the clubs that we offer are:

Walking Club

Moderators: Mrs. Kensy & Mrs. Watroba

Click here for parent information letter and permission slip form.

Student Council

Moderators: Ms. Bryk, Mr. Cummings

Open to Grades 5-8

Student Council mission is to carry out the school's mission by trickling down the good message of good character to all students while providing opportunities for the student members to develop leadership and communication skills. 

There are 2 student council sponsored dances for grades 6-8 as well as other extra-school events like babysitting and fundraising.  Student Council is also responsible for in school events like Christmas Cheer Day, Prayer Services and assisting with assemblies. 

Art Club

Moderator: Mrs. Rauscher

Open to grades 7 & 8

Art Club participates in the Albright Knox Art Gallery "Art Alive" competition as well as create scenery and props for the Bound for Broadway performance.

Solar Cars

Moderator: Mrs. Watson

Students design solar powered cards for the Junior Solar Cars Competition held at the Buffalo Museum of Science.  Groups of 2-4 students work to design their car that will be judged on technical merit, craftsmanship, innovation and speed.  Solar Cars runs from March to May and is open to students in grades 6th- 8th

Future City

Moderator: Mrs. Watson

Future City is for students in grades 7 & 8.  It involves designing a city 150 years into the future creating a virtual Sim City, a 3-D model with moving parts as well as writing a research essay and preparing a presentation.  Future City begins in September and the competition is in January. 


Moderator: Mrs. Watson

Yearbook is a club ran by the 7th and 8th grade students. As a group, the students create the yearbook cover, take photographs, and design the layout of the school's yearbook. Creativity and group decision making is emphasized as students work in pairs or trios to choose the design of each page.

Science Bowl

Moderator: Mrs. Watson

Science Bowl is open to 7th & 8th grade students beginning in September.  6th graders can join the 2nd half of the year.  Science Bowl involves studying a jeopardy style questions in science and math based on middle school and high school material.  The Science Bowl competition is held at St. Joe's the first Saturday in March. 

Green Team

Moderators: Ms. Quattrini, Mr. LaCroix

Open to students in grades 4-8

The Team meets every Wednesday after school until 3:15 pm.  Students help with recycling in the school.

Bound for Broadway

Moderators: Ms. Schnackel & Mr. Cummings

Students rehearse and perform a musical.