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We encourage our students to explore their passions through a variety of clubs, honor societies and extracurricular activities. 
 
 
National Junior Honor Society (Grades 7 – 8)
 
The purpose of National Junior Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership and citizenship, and to encourage the development of character in our students.  The service-oriented aspect of the program affords students the opportunity to serve not only our school and parish but the Fort Wayne community at large. Throughout the year, some recipients of NJHS service projects include: 
 
  • The Women's Care Center
  • St. Mary's Soup Kitchen
  • Lutheran Children's Hospital
  • St. Vincent Village
  • Walk for Juvenile Diabetes
 
Student Council (Grades 6 – 8)  
 
The council members are elected each year by their student peers. The council is responsible for coordinating fundraisers to support:
  • School dances
  • School service programs
  • Community service programs
  • Local charities 
 
Journalism (Grades 6 – 8)
 
The Pioneer Press is a quarterly newspaper compiled entirely by students. It offers students with an interest in journalism the opportunity to apply their natural and learned critical thinking, designing, and writing skills.  The Pioneer Press also allows students to explore the exciting worlds of writing, photography, design and layout, interviewing, and video editing.   
 
 

Learning Adventures (Grades K – 8)
 
Activities offering children a variety of exciting learning opportunities designed to spark imaginations, enhance minds, and energize bodies. Classes include, but are not limited to: canvas painting, holiday themed crafts, gymnastics, taekwondo, Pioneers with a Purpose (service based), soccer, cooking, Lego robotics, and Bricks for Kids. 
 
Young Authors Book Writing Contest (Grade K – 5)
 
Winners in grades K-2 and 3-5 will be invited to a city wide conference at Wayne High School.  All participating authors will be invited to a local Young Authors’ Party. 
 
 
Scouting (Grades K – 8)
 
Both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts are offered to students. These two outstanding programs are offered after school and focus on:  
  • Team building  
  • Community service
  • Moral development
  • Friendship