Clubs and Activities
A key part of growing is learning to work with others. Our students have countless opportunities to grow in faith as friends, leaders and teammates. We encourage our students to not only find their voices, but also to share them with the world.
Students from Divine Child Elementary School, Divine Child High School, public schools, and home-schooled students are invited to train as Altar Servers. Students must be in the 6th grade or higher to serve.
American Heritage Girls
“American Heritage Girls” (AHG) is a Christ-centered character development program dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. AHG is open to girls ages 5-18.
The Boy Scouts of America is a values-based youth development organization, providing programs for youth that build character, trains them in the responsibilities of citizenship and develops personal fitness. Boy Scouts is open to youth between the ages of 6-11.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Young ladies of Divine Child Parish may participate in our very active scouting program: Daisies – Grade 1; Brownies – Grades 2 & 3; Junior Girl Scouts – Grades 4-6; and Cadettes – Grades 7 & 8.
The Environmental Club is open to all students in Grade 6-8. A student board plans and directs the meetings which involve crafts, charitable activities, outdoor events, and educational opportunities.
MATHCOUNTS is a national coaching and competitive mathematics program that promotes mathematics achievement through a series of fun and engaging "bee" style contests.
Students participating in the Chess Club learn and practice the game of chess. Students also have the opportunity to compete in various chess tournaments throughout the school year.
Girls On The Run
Girls on the Run is a physical- activity based positive youth development program that inspires 2nd through 4th grade girls to be healthy, happy and confident.
Junior high students have the opportunity to develop leadership skills, organize service projects and plan special events by serving on a student government body in multiple roles.
Junior high students assist in creating the school yearbook. Committee members take photographs at school events, create content and help organize the layout.
Students at all grade levels gather to pray the rosary for special intentions.