Student Life

A diverse range of activities, clubs and athletics bring balance to our students’ lives. Through these offerings, students can explore and discover their God-given gifts and talents, learn the value of teamwork, and build self-esteem.

Athletics

Private Schools Orlando

Sports thrive at Orlando County Catholic Schools. Our middle and high school students participate in competitive athletics, while younger boys and girls have the opportunity to hone their athletic skills through intramural competitions. Our private schools in Orlando are part of the Catholic Youth Sports Association and compete against other Catholic and private schools. High school teams also compete against public school rivals.

Sports available at our schools include:

  • Soccer
  • Track & Field
  • Basketball
  • Cheerleading/Pep Squad
  • Volleyball
  • Baseball/Softball
  • Flag Football/Football
  • Lacrosse
  • Bowling*
  • Cross Country*
  • Dance*
  • Golf*
  • Swimming*
  • Wrestling*
  • Water polo*
  • Weighlifting*

* High school level only

Extracurricular Activities

Private Schools Orlando

Orlando Catholic Schools offer a variety of extracurricular activities and organizations that enrich students’ lives and allow them to explore and develop their individual talents. Some of the activities that students can join include:

  • Rosary & Prayer groups
  • Ministry/Altar Server
  • Honor Societies
  • Student Council
  • Drama
  • Art
  • Chorus
  • Bell Choir
  • Band
  • Odyssey of the Mind
  • Boy/Girl Scouts
  • Special interest groups
  • Robotics
  • Yearbook
  • Science & Math Olympiad
  • Media/TV
  • Social & Service groups

Service & Community

A diverse range of activities, clubs and athletics bring balance to our students’ lives. Through these offerings, students can explore and discover their God-given gifts and talents, learn the value of teamwork, and build self-esteem. Our children are also encouraged to share their time, talent and treasure in service to others.

Throughout the year, students undertake a number of service projects, from collecting food for the local poor to visiting the sick and elderly to helping construct classrooms in the mountains of the Dominican Republic. Catholic schools help students discover their God-given gifts and talents and teach them to use their gifts in service to others. It is in sharing our gifts with others that we truly show gratitude to God.