Extra-Curricular Opportunities
Academic TeamMath Counts
National Junior Beta Club
ScoutingSpiritual Life Opportunities
Student CouncilWordsmithYearbook

Boy Scouts

Academic Team
- Junior High Students can be on the Holy Rosary Academic Team.  These students meet weekly to practice and learn skills and information to participate in the annual competition.  The moderator of the Academic Team is Mrs. Kathy Woodward.
Math Counts - Boys and girls in Junior High can pursue higher math skills through the Math Counts program.  They meet with the Junior High Math teacher, Mrs. Angela Bledsoe, to learn, review, practice speed, and problem solving to ready themselves for the city-wide competition each year.

National Junior Beta Club-In order to qualify for the National Junior Beta Club students in the eighth grade must meet the high standards of the club.  Each student in the Junior Beta Club must have a 90 average of all classes and an “S” average or above in conduct.  The students must maintain these qualifications to remain a member.

Scouting - The boys and girls at Holy Rosary have opportunities to be involved in scouting from kindergarten throughout their elementary school years.  Tiger Cubs and Daisies are the initial programs beginning in kindergarten.  The older children continue to Cub Scouts, Brownies, and Girl Scouts.  The Cub Scout program is led by Mr. Chris Johnson and Boy Scouts are headed by Mr. Daniel Russell.  The girls’ scout coordinator for Holy Rosary is Mrs. Becky Joyner.
For More Scouting Information
Click the links below for more information.
Pack 274 - http://holyrosarypack274.com/home.html
Troop 274 - http://t274.com/default.aspx


Spiritual Life Opportunities:

  • Lector-children begin lecturing in Mass in second grade
  • Gift Bearers-Students in 1st through 8th grade can be gift bearers
  • Altar Servers-Boys and girls can begin training to be an altar server at the end of the 5th grade
  • Choir-Boys and girls from third grade through eighth grade are welcome to join the Treble Choir. The children practice once or twice a week depending on their age level.
  • Junior Ladies of Charity- Girls in elementary school are invited to carry on the mission of the Ladies of Charity.  They meet once a month with their moderator, Mrs. Margaret Kelly.
  • Junior St. Vincent de Paul-These children continue the goal of the St. Vincent De Paul Society by responding to the needs of those people in the community less fortunate.  These services may include helping to provide food or shelter.

Student Council - This organization provides an opportunity for students to experience leadership roles in the school.  The members of the Student Council are elected each year by their peers.  They lead the school in various projects throughout the year.

Wordsmith - This is a city-wide essay writing competition that selected students participate in annually.

Yearbook - The yearbook staff are volunteer students that help put together an all inclusive yearbook highlighting the events of the school year.  Mrs. Nancy Neal is the yearbook moderator.