Board Game Club
5th–8th grade, come join us in playing new and exciting board games at the Not So Board Game Club. In this club we hope to provide a place for students to learn life skills such as winning and losing, working with others to achieve a goal, and appropriate peer interactions. This club will also provide kids with a safe place to share their passion and hobbies with others.
Whether enhancing you chess skills or just looking to learn the amazing game of chess, the Cathedral Chess Club is "the right move". The club covers topics like setting up a board, man movement, algebraic notation, game rules, puzzles, basic tactics and strategies.
The Language Project was established on the belief that all languages should be within every child’s reach. We firmly believe that bilingualism is an essential skill in today’s world and will continue to be an imperative in the future. TLP is preparing students nationwide with their innovative play-based methodology, creating a relaxed and fun environment where student’s acquire a new language in an easy and fun way through games, songs and stories as well as individual and collective activities. TLP-kids is a professional team concerned with the education of our children. Enthusiasm, professionalism, and great pride in their work are just a few of the characteristics that make our team of teachers stand out.
TLP "Club" meets every Tuesday 3:20p-4:20p unless there is an early dismissal or no school. Registration is done online and is paid by the parents of the participants.
TLP "Elective Class" is only for Junior High Students and is capped at 25. This elective is free of charge, and sessions are held on Fridays from 1:55-3:10pm when school is in session.
Math Counts is a program for students in grades 6-8 in which math skills and problems are attacked under the guidance of a coach and instructors. Students are engaged in fun and challenging math work that is catered to their level. All are welcome to take part, and the top "Mathletes" will compete against area schools.
Technology & Computer Club
Tech Club is a great way to learn responsible digital citizenship while interacting with coding, website design, video editing, social media, technology projects and so much more. The club meets on Thursdays from 3:30pm to 4:30pm and is for 5th-8th grader students. Students will work in a supervised setting and follow all Diocesan Technology guidelines in a fun, project- based environment.