Extra Curricular Activities
Our teams compete in the South Side Youth Organization ( SSYO) league in the following activities:
- Grade 3 girls: volleyball skills experience
- Grades 4-6 girls: Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Softball skills camp
- Grades 4-6 boys: Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
4HG - FOR HIS GLORY
Holy Name of Jesus is proud to be an active participating school in the 4HG program. 4HG was started by former Viking, Matt Birk. We are proud to have hosted a 4HG basketball clinic and to have Matt Birk as a guest at our school. 4HG is a movement to create a healthy sports culture in our Catholic schools. We believe athletics, when done right, serve as an invaluable tool for developing well-rounded children.
Beginning Band: for all beginners in any grade 4-6.
Advanced Band: students in grades five and six that have reached a higher level of achievement.
Both bands perform at the Christmas and Spring concerts. They also look forward to a yearly field trip to Benilde-St. Margaret’s School for a Band Clinic.
Band Lessons: Students will receive weekly small group lessons during the school day. Students receive grades for band and are encouraged to meet a certain proficiency before attending rehearsals in either of the bands.
Catholic Math League is a national math competition that began as a division of Educontest in 1997. Catholic Math League is a mathematical tool that is used by hundreds of Catholic schools throughout the nation to aid in the development of the mathematical skills in the lives of their students.
Lenise, our Math Specialist, heads our Catholic Math League for grades three through six.
This year over 50 students participated and serveral of those students performed in the top ten regionally and nationwide. Shown in gallery on the right, is our student who placed first in the district and other students who placed.
Grandpa Doug has been volunteering at Holy Name of Jesus School since he grandchildren attended school here. He continues to oversee our Chess Club every week for students in grades four through six.
Available to students in grades three through five. Students sing for every other weekly Wednesday Mass and roughly once a month Sunday Mass with the parish Children's Choir.
Available to students in grades fifth and sixth grade, students sing for every other Wednesday Mass and roughly once a month at a Sunday Mass.
The meetings take place about one to two times per month after school. The girls earn many Try-it patches for learning about such things as My Body, Manners, Girl Sports and Recycling. We focus on learning and living the Girl Scout Law which teaches about honesty, respect and courage.
The scouts participate in activities throughout the year such as the Pinewood Derby race, spring campout, popcorn sale fundraiser, monthly pack meeting games and entertainment.
The troop leadership is mainly done by the scouts. The scouts plan and enjoy: monthly camping (year-round), special events, advancement and merit badges, High Adventure camps, Court of Honor, community service projects such as Advent letters and letters to Soldiers.
To receive more information please contact the school office.