Extra & Co-Curricular Activities
Students in grades 4 through 7 assist at both parish and school Mass.
The Archdiocesan Band Program is offered to interested students in grades 4 through 7. The band performs in several special concerts.
Choir is open to students in grades 3 through 7. The choir sings at school functions such as Mass, First Communion, and Christmas program. Choir members also perform at choral competition and may audition for District Honor Choir.
The cheerleaders are a competition squad that competes against other catholic grammar schools. Try-outs are open to students in grades 4 through 7.
Pep Squad is available for students in grades Pre-K 4 through 3. The Pep Squad cheers at athletic games and pep rallies.
Students in grades K-7 participate and compete in individual city and state chess tournaments. Beginning and intermediate levels of play are available.
Youth Ministry invites all students beginning in 8th grade to participate.
Catholic School Athletic League (CSAL)
-Flag football, basketball, and cabbage ball - boys in grades 5 through 7 participate.
-Volleyball, basketball, and cabbage ball - girls in grades 5 through 7 participate.
-Girls flag football – girls in grades 5 through 7 participate.
-Baseball - boys in grades 5-7 participate.
-Cross-Country - students in grades 4-7 participate.
-Soccer – students in grades 4-7 participate
-Bowling – students in grade 7 participate
Jr. Beta Club
Students in 7th grade participate in service projects and activities for school and the community.
Our safety patrol assists with afternoon dismissal in the carpool line. Students in grades 5 through 7 volunteer.
Scout troops are available for interested boys in grades 1 through 7 and interested girls PreK-4 through 7.
St. Elizabeth’s Student Council encourages leadership abilities, develops positive self-image, and encourages students to improve the school through service for fund raising. Exemplifies the democratic process in school environment that includes elections, meetings, etc.
Social Studies Fair
Seventh graders expand their knowledge of the world around them through a major project, which includes a physical project, research paper, and oral presentation. Winners compete in regional and state fairs.
Our middle school students participate in various academic enrichment opportunities. They participate in The National Geographic Society’s Geography Bee, MCA, Mu Alpha Theta Competition, and Exploring Robotics Exposition.
Duke University Talent Search
The Duke University Talent Identification Program is a program to identify academically talented students. Participation in this program offers students the opportunity to build their test-taking skills and learn more about their academic abilities. Students in 7th grade participate.
Students in grades 3 through 7 may participate in preparing and performing a play.
Students in grades 5 through 7 produce quarterly issues of school news and fun articles.
St. Elizabeth’s Guidance program offers full-time guidance and support services to its school community. The counselor provides individual counseling for students with personal or academic concerns. The counselor meets with each grade weekly to teach guidance classes that are proactive in nature. The guidance classes address such topics as bullying, decision-making, self-esteem, peer pressure, safety, and friendship skills.
Students may bring a bag lunch or enroll in the lunch program. Dino’s Catering brings lunches in daily. You may buy a 10-day, 30-day, or a semester meal ticket.
Milk is available at an annual cost of $40.00. Students may choose white or chocolate milk.