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Extracurricular Activities

In addition to our excellent academic programs and extensive athletic offerings, we have a diverse selection of extracurricular activities to offer our students. 

Chess Club
Chess Club Registration now open. CLICK here for registration form and detailed information.

The St. Albert Chess Club meets throughout the school year.  On meeting days, K-1 students will be picked up from their classrooms and escorted to the Library by a parent volunteer.  Students in grades 2-8 will be dismissed to the Library.  Participating students must be signed out by a parent/guardian at the end of Chess Club.  Please pick your student(s) up promptly at 4:00 p.m.; you may enter the building using the Library door entrance of the South parking lot.

CLICK HERE for the current Chess Club registration form.  Please note that you will send your registration and payment directly to Chess Performance, LLC.  If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Hughes at lisa.hughes@me.com.

Girls on the Run - click HERE for more information

Academic Teams

Quick Recall 
This is a great way for students to play a fun, fast-moving game while competing against other schools in the Catholic Schools Academic League (CSAL).  It is a fact-based, Jeopardy style game which showcases an age appropriate book and questions from astronomy to zoology.  Open to students 4th grade and up. 

Future Problem Solvers


Governor's Cup


Boy Scouts of America

 
Girl Scouts of America
 

KUNA (Kentucky United Nations Assembly) click for information

  

KYA (Kentucky Youth Assembly) - click for information

Safety Patrol
Students volunteer to keep all our students safe as the official "Safety Patrol" of our school.  Responsible students, grades 4th and up, are selected to work our morning and afternoon carpool routines.  Safety patrollers direct traffic flow, move cones, and maintain the student barrier. 

 
Student Government
Members of our student government body show their interest in the program at the beginning of the year by writing a brief essay and submitting their self-nomination.  Students who meet the criteria are then selected at the opening All-School Liturgy.  Meetings are held monthly and students represent St. Albert through various means - tours, open house, and Catholic School Week liturgy.

 
The Viking Voice
The Viking Voice is St. Albert's student created newspaper.  Students in fifth grade are required to write at least two articles a year for the newspaper as part of their English class. Also, a small group of sixth graders write for the paper and meet after school to work on layout and publishing tasks.  These sixth graders are taught to use Microsoft Publisher while developing their advanced feature articles.  Next year, this after school club will include sixth and seventh graders.  Click on the link to view this year's issues of the Viking Voice.

April, 2011
October, 2011
November, 2011
February, 2012
March, 2012


Yearbook Committee



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