Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic School offers many after school activities, extracurricular activities and enrichment activities. Many of these opportunities ignite and strengthen student learning.

CYC Sports

Boy Scouts

Girl Scouts

Server Guidelines

Student Ambassadors – 7th and 8th grade students represent our school as leaders.

Book Bash Book Club – A primary club 2nd-4th grade, and an intermediate club, 5th – 8th grade, meet to read for enjoyment. They then discuss the book as a group.

Buddy Program – 4th-7th grade students are paired with a buddy from our youngest 3 year olds-1st graders. A special bond is made and cherished. Buddies meet for Mass as well as various time for fun throughout the year.

D.A.R.E. – 5th grade students participate in a Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education program presented by the Brentwood Police Department.

Field Day – The ultimate team-building day! Every team is a mix of young and old and everywhere in between playing together and cheering each other on.

Grandparents Day – A very special day! Grandparents or special friends join our students for Mass and then a light breakfast. Special projects/gifts are made for the grandparents or special friends to remember the day.

Homers for Health – A fun event to help make a difference for the children at Cardinal Glennon Hospital.

Junior Achievement – Kindergarten-8th grade students learn about work readiness and money/financial responsibility.

Liturgical Ministries – students share their enthusiasm for their faith by serving Mass, cantoring, and lecturing at school Masses. They also share their talent by joining the Children’s Choir.

Model the United Nations – 8th Grade students choose a foreign country and present an issue, as is done in the United Nations. Other area schools participate in this activity also.

PALS – Program-current school families welcome new families and provide support throughout the year.

Scholastic Book Fair -This event supports the students with books to read for enjoyment, as well as builds the school and classroom libraries.

Service Projects – Various projects occur throughout the year that provide the students with opportunities to help those in need. The Mission Carnival, Penny Challenge, Hat , Scarf and Glove Collection just name a few.

Shut-In Program – Students in all grade levels adopt a senior shut-in to make cards for and to write to throughout the year. The students bring a smile to their shut-ins face.

Sixth Grade Camp – 6th grade students enjoy a three day camp experience working together at team building activities.