The extracurricular activities available at SMOS School.
St. Margaret of Scotland Youth Ministry seeks to give our young parishioners a place to deepen their faith through fellowship, service projects, liturgies, and other events.
Bellarmine Speech League
The Bellarmine Speech League strives to give students the techniques and skills necessary to make a presentation, giving them self-confidence during public speaking activities.
Choir – Junior High
Students in grade 6-8 can join the Junior High Choir, learning vocal skills, more complex choral singing and performance opportunites.
Choir – Youth
The Youth Chorus is open to children in 4th and 5th grade and provides an opportunity to learn vocal excellence, musical proficiency, and choral opportunities.
Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a physical activity-based positive youth development program designed to develop and enhance girls’ social, psychological and physical competencies.
St. Margaret of Scotland offers two lego robotics programs: First Lego League Jr. for grades K-3rd and First Lego League for Grades 4-8.
The Scouting Program at SMOS provides educational programs that build character, teach participatory citizenship and develop personal fitness for boys in 1st – 8th grades.
St. Margaret of Scotland Girl Scouts provides opportunities for girls to learn and grow through service projects, badge work, camping, and council activities.
Students in grades 7-8 can audition to perform in the Spring Musical, held on alternating years. Volunteers are needed for this production.
Student Ambassadors and the Student Council are middle school students who share their time and talents to represent St. Margaret of Scotland Parish School.
Students in PK-7th can learn violin in Suzuki Method based classes. Lessons take place during the school day until Middle School.
The Greenhouse Venture
The Greenhouse Venture is a partnership to educate, excite, and equip an inclusive population of elementary students to pursue a sustainable world through a hands-on science program.
Students in middle school (grades 6-8) have the opportunity to participate in creating the school yearbook, given to all students at the end of the school year.