Each student at St. Ignatius School is offered an opportunity to participate in athletics. Starting at age 3, our cardinals learn the fundamentals of soccer and the value of teamwork and good sportsmanship from our dedicated coaches. Our fourth through eighth grade students are given the chance to participate in basketball (boys and girls), volleyball (girls), baseball, football and softball and compete against other Catholic and Christian schools.
Skill development and good sportsmanship are the main focus of our teams no matter the age or sport. While winning does help to provide validation for all of the hard work put on the field and court, the Cardinals athletic program stresses Christian leadership, character development, and teamwork above all else.
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Through the years, the overall objective of 4-H has remained the same: the development of youth as individuals and productive citizens. 4-H serves the youth through a variety of methods, such as: organized club meetings, enrichment programs, camps, activities, and leadership programs on a school and parish level. Students can participate in activities and contest ranging from job interview, shooting sports, animal care, candy making, cooking, astronomy, livestock showing, sewing, photography, and many other topics that interest our youth of today. During the 2015-16 school year we hosted Blessing of the Pets, monthly club meetings, National 4-H Club Week, poster contest, Food Festival, and a Food Drive to benefit the Thenstead Center in Grand Coteau. Join 4-H and learn how to become a more productive citizen by living up to the standards listed in the 4-H Pledge.
Jr BETA CLUB
"Let us lead by serving others" is the Jr. Beta Club's motto. Not only is the Jr. Beta Club a service club, but it is also a prestigious academic club that extraordinary junior high students are invited to become members. Students must maintain a 3.5 GPA and maintain superb conduct.
The Jr. Beta Club hosts many philanthropy projects throughout the school year. During the 2015-2016 school year, the club hosted two blood drives, a Christmas pajama drive for the less fortunate, Operation Gratitude, a Diaper & Wipes drive for the DesOrmeaux Foundation, a can food drive for the Thensted Center, etc. Students participate and plan these activities along with other socials and fundraisers at monthly meetings. Members also compete in various art and academic competitions at District Day, State Convention, and for the first time in the club's history at the National Convention this summer.
The Jr. Beta Club members are respectable leaders on St. Ignatius' campus. Please consider maintaining high grades and character in order to receive an invitation to join.
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Robotics Club and Maker Space
The St. Ignatius School Robotics Club is a robotics program for 6th - 8th grade students which is designed to get children excited about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and teach them valuable employment and life skills. Students will build and program an autonomous robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS® technology. Throughout the year, students will explore problems that today’s scientists and engineers are trying to solve, develop an innovative solution to that problem, and share their findings with others. Throughout their work, teams are guided by the FLL (First LEGO® League) Core Values to build teamwork skills and make this a great experience for everyone involved.
The following must be submitted to join:
1. Must complete this application.
2. Have two teacher recommendations submitted by previous teachers. (New members only)
3. Have parent submit recommendation. (New members only)
Please submit online by August 1st.
To be considered, you must have a current teacher and past teacher fill out the recommendation form. If you are new to our school, you must provide a recommendation from a current teacher and a parent.
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