Students in fourth grade and older are invited to join the Instrumental Band program and learn to play an instrument of their choice. There are fees to join. For more information, contact the school office at 410-668-8797.
The St. Michael the Archangel School Choir is always seeking new members, Grade 3 thru 8, that are passionate and excited about serving our Lord by singing. They will sing during school masses, weekend masses, special celebrations, and other festivals such as the Overlea Tree Lighting. As well, there are opportunities to sing solo for reflecitve meditative pieces so to inspire the spirit of Christ in all. No audition is necessary and the ability to read music is not a necessity; only the dedication to rehearsing and serving the Lord is required.
Rehearsals are held on Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Students in grades 6-8 volunteer as photographers for the school yearbook. They take pictures of various events throughout the school year. Students in the 8th grade work on the layout and cover of the book with an adult volunteer. This year they are working with a computer layout program known as Pictavo.
Student Ambassadors Committee
Students in the 6-8 grade are invited to be ambassadors for St. Michael’s School and are asked to help with various activities during the school year. Most importantly, they are vital during our Open House during Catholic Schools Week.
Over 50 students participate in our CYO Basketball program. Girls and boys alike form teams to compete with other schools in the Archdiocese.
Students can participate in cross country after school and in some meets as long as there are volunteer coaches.
Students can participate in recreational soccer after school as long as there are volunteer coaches.
Mrs. Bernie, former gym teacher, coordinates our School participation in the Archdiocesan Youth Bowl athletic competition.
Craft Club, Cooking Club and Lego Club
Our School Nurse started a craft club after school for students and our 2nd grade teacher started an after school cooking club. We have a representative from the Lego robotics company who comes into the school after school to provide the Lego club for students who are interested. The is a nominal fee to cover materials for these clubs.
Girls & Boys Scout Programs
Scouting programs are available for both boys and girls at a variety of age levels to include Daisy, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassador Girl Scouts as well as Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Venturing.
The focus in our scouting programs encompasses the values, skills and social activities that scouting is known for. It also goes beyond that and reflects our Catholic identity by involving our scouts in religious camping/retreat experiences and Catholic religious awards. The scouting programs offer lifelong lessons, friendships, experiences, and skills while enhancing our faith through growth in the knowledge of our Catholic faith and service to the parish and community.
If you are interested contact Mary Kay Boland at 410-426-8086 for Girl Scout Programs and Dennis Boland, Charter Organization Representative for Boy Scouting at 410-426-8086.