Activities and Clubs
A Science Fair is held each fall and all students are invited to participate. Eighth graders are required to do a science fair project. Students in seventh and eighth grade receiving awards at our fair whose projects are clearly experimental in nature (they ask a question and do an experiment to the find the answer rather than constructing a display or building a model) are eligible to participate in the SIUE Science Fair.
Students in Middle School have the opportunity to be elected to the school’s Student Council. Members are required to maintain a “C” average or better, demonstrate leadership skills, and Christ-like behavior at all times. Student Council promotes school spirit and raises funds for special school projects and activities, which benefit all students.
Students are encouraged to participate in the Young Authors’ program each year. Student books are selected to represent our school at the district and state Young Authors’ conferences. This program encourages students to write and illustrate their own books.
Each January, Evangelical students in grades 4-8 have the opportunity to participate in our school spelling bee. Our school winner is then entered in the area competition sponsored by the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Each class takes part in a service project at some point during the school year. The classroom teacher will select the service project his/her class will participate in.
The following sports will be offered for the 4th-5th grade levels:
The following sports will be offered for the Middle School level:
- Cross County
- Track and Field