Athletics

The athletic program promotes academic excellence, sportsmanship, and is an effective venue for teaching Gospel values and making them come alive in the student’s life. Competitive Sports Offered:

  • Girls Volleyball

  • Girls Basketball

  • Girls Soccer

  • Boys Basketball

  • Boys Soccer

  • Boys Flag Football

All students in grades 5-8 are encouraged to participate in team sports. To be eligible to participate in athletics, a student must be in good standing both academically and socially. Students may not participate in a sport if they have below a C cumulative average on their report card. If a student does not have a C average on the mid-trimester report, they will receive a warning at that point. If they do not bring their grades up to the C average, they will not be able to play. The Principal has the right to review each issue independently and make a final decision as to whether the student can participate. Once a student is eligible, in order to play, the sports fee and form (for each sport) must be turned in to the athletic director.

Cub Scouts (off Campus)

Boy Scouts (off Campus)

SJA Music Groups

Singing Falcons club, piano lessons, guitar lessons and ukulele lessons are offered through our SJA Music Programs.  Visit their website here

Cherub Choir ( 1st & 2nd Grade)

A ministry of St. Joseph’s Church. The Cherubs sing before the 10:30 Sunday mass once a month.

Music-Makers Choir

A ministry of St. Joseph’s Church. The Music Makers provide the music for the 10:30 mass on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month. They also sing on Christmas Eve and they have sung for a funeral and wedding and other special events. Music Makers are for 3rd-8th graders from the academy and parish.

Safety Patrol (5th – 8th Grade)

Students are responsible before school for drop-off and after school for pick-up.

Performing Arts (Middle School)

The middle school students that choose music for the second trimester can tryout and participate in a musical performed in the spring.

Geography Bee

A-Team

National Elementary Honor Society

National Junior Honor Society

Falcon’s Perch Policies and Rates 2019-2020

The Falcon’s Perch is a program designed for students who need supervision from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. (Before Care) and from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm (After Care).

The Falcon’s Perch staff is committed to providing a safe and well rounded environment in which each child can develop life skills such as; responsibility, self-respect, respect for others and cooperation.

(Download Falcon’s Perch registration form)

Drop Off and Pick Up

The Before Care program begins at 7:00 a.m. Any student arriving at school in the morning before 7:30 a.m. will be escorted to the Before Care program and charged a fee for the service.

The After Care program begins at 3:00 p.m. All students that are not picked up by 3:30 p.m. will be escorted to the After Care Program and parents will be charged.