Student Activities

Students have the opportunity to participate in the following extra-curricular activities contingent upon maintaining a C average in subjects and a C in conduct and effort.

Student Government

Student government is organized and developed so that it not only provides services to the school, Church, and community, but also develops responsibility in the students and enables them to become more effective leaders in the democratic process and in a Christian society. Faculty members act as advisors to the council which consists of a Commissioner General, Assistant Commissioner General, Secretary, Treasurer, Commissioner at Large, and Commissioners of Publicity, Religious Activities, Safety, Ecology, Spirit, Assemblies and Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics. The board organizes food and toy drives for the needy, runs a recycling program, organizes pep rallies and middle school dances, and holds fund raisers to pay for assemblies and "fun days" for the student body. 

 Academic Decathlon
Students who show a dedication to academics are invited to participate on the Academic Decathlon team. The 10 members study their chosen curricular areas of mathematics, English, literature, art and music, social studies, religion, science and prepare for Logic and Super quizzes. The Diocese-wide competition is held in March. The Diocese champions are invited to the state competition. 

Celtic Press

Students write articles and poetry for the quarterly edition of the student newspaper, Celtic Press.

Altar Servers

4th through 8th graders are invited to serve the Church as altar servers. Students are scheduled to serve at weekday and Sunday Masses.



St. Barbara cheer program is open to boys and girls. Kindergarten through 4th graders compete on the Jr. Varsity squad, 5th through 8th graders compete on the Varsity squad. Cheer is a self-supporting program. Parent involvement is required to help with fundraisers and to support the team. The Celtic cheerleaders are expected to be role models and as such must behave in a manner befitting a representative of St. Barbara School. They are spirit leaders at games, pep rallies and school functions and must always motivate in positive ways. As athletes, the Celtic cheerleaders compete in state and national competitions. The squads have taken national championship titles in competitive cheer for over 10 years


Parochial Athletic League (PAL) sports are open to both boys and girls in grades five through eight. Leagues are school sponsored and self-supporting through payment of a sports fee and fund raising efforts of the Booster Club.

7th and 8th graders compete on "A" teams, 5th and 6th graders compete on "B" teams. We are proud of the hard work and dedication of our Celtic teams and their coaches. 

Sports seasons are as follows:





Flag Football








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