Extracurricular Activities

Sports Teams

Saint Vincent offers basketball and volleyball through the Utah Catholic Athletic Association league. We play teams from other schools and parishes in our Diocese.

Soccer

Soccer is a fall and spring sport. Parents can sign-up their kids through Impact Soccer or any number of soccer clubs that are in the area. (Signups are normally in the spring prior to the next school year starting). Some soccer teams are formed entirely with students from St. Vincent’s. In grades pre-k through 2, parents often organize a team comprised of St. Vincent students through Holladay-Lions Recreation Center.

Volleyball

Volleyball is for 5th-8th graders and is a fall sport. Volleyball begins in September and runs for six weeks. Teams are co-ed and games are played at one of four or five school gyms. Volleyball has a championship tournament in early November that all teams participate in.

Basketball

Basketball signups start in October. Practice usually begins in November with the first games starting in the beginning of December. The season runs into February with a tournament at the end of the season in March

Baseball

Crown Colony is a facility adjacent to St. Vincent. Many of our students play spring baseball through Crown Colony. Sign-ups are in February or March. The season runs through the early June. A tournament for all teams concludes the season in June.

Football/Lacrosse

Saint Vincent does not have an organized football. Children interested in tackle football can play in the Ute Conference. UCAA is developing a flag football league. Youth Lacrosse programs are available with Judge Memorial and Juan Diego.

Softball

Girls softball signups can be done through any recreational facility such as Holladay-Lions Club, Millcreek Lions Club, Wasatch Front League, etc. Signups are normally in February or March.

Extracurricular Activities

Saint Vincent offers a wide variety of activities for your student to participate in.

Choir

Saint Vincent has a school choir. It is for students in 3rd through 8th grades. Students practice on Wednesday’s after school. If interested please contact Scott Larrabee at (801) 527-2056.
Visit the Choir Page

Band

The first part of school, we host a beginning band clinic for 4th graders to try different instruments and see what they might like to play. If they join band they will have practice during music class throughout the year during class. Honor Band is for 5th through 8th grades and practices Tuesday and Thursdays after school.
Visit the Band Page

Learn to Golf

This is an afterschool program that runs during the spring.
There is a nominal fee charged. The classes teach students the basic skills of golf. Dates to be determined, watch for flyers.

Ski and Snowboard Program

The after-ski program runs during the winter months and is run through the Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation: Holladay Lions Center. Students (3rd through 7th) who want to ski or snowboard are picked up on Friday afternoons (our ½ days) and taken to one of the local ski resorts for lessons. This is a great way for your student to learn how to ski or enjoy getting some physical activity on Friday afternoons. This program usually has sign ups in November and runs for 6 – 8 weeks in December and January.

Girls on the Run Program

Saint Vincent offers a nationally-based Girls on the Run program in the spring. This is a 12-week program for 3rd-8th girls in which girls are taught about such dynamic topics as being emotionally healthy, standing up for herself, learning to listen, keys to making healthy decisions, and plugging into positive attitudes. After each lesson, the girls warm-up, play running games, and then run/walk. Each season culminates with a valley-wide 5K run/walk. This mission of this program is to educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and health living.

Mad Science

Mad Science Classes are offered after school in the fall for 4 sessions, usually on Mondays. These classes are well-liked by the elementary students because of their hands-on nature and question-based learning.

Karate

Karate is offered in the spring for 4 sessions, usually on Wednesdays. An experienced instructor teaches the children the basics of karate in a respectful, fun atmosphere.

Lego League

A 5th-8th grade and a 2nd-4th grade Lego League team are present in the school. Students work on the core skills of Lego League (cooperation, discovery, sharing, etc) while completing a project involving Legos. The 5th-8th grade project incorporates programming.

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Children’s Theater

For 2018-2019 school year Missoula week runs April 1st – 6th. The Secret Garden will be performed on Saturday, April 6, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. All students are encouraged to tryout (between 55-60 parts). Tryouts are Monday, April 1st from 3:30 to 5:00 in the gym. No acting experience is required. Students must clear their schedule for the whole week of practice.