Students attending Holy Apostles School have numerous activities from which to choose. Although most of the activities are offered after Fourth grade, there are activities for even the youngest. Some of the activities available to the students include:
Competitive athletics starts in the 5th grade and goes through 8th. Most grades have two teams and are divided by ability. Learn more about Athletics at Holy Apostles! Top
Band instruction is offered to all students in grades 4-8. Students receive instrumental music instruction in small group lessons offered during the school day on a rotating basis, so the lessons do not interfere with the child's academic performance. Full group rehearsals are held after school until 3:25 on Mondays for the Advanced Band and until 3:15 on Tuesdays for the Beginner Band. The band performs in the Christmas and spring school music concerts. Top
In the late winter students in grades 3-8 gather and seek to be clever strategists. Top
Choir is open to all students in grades 6-8. Rehearsals are held every Thursday when school is in session from 2:30-3:30pm in the music room. The basics of vocal production, ensemble singing, and music reading will be stressed. Extra opportunities are available for those students who wish to pursue solo and small group performance. Choir students are expected to attend regular rehearsals, participate in all-school masses, perform at the Christmas and Spring concerts and other community events. Top
Computer Club is held after school for students in grades 6-8. It is run by members of the School Technology Committee and meets in the Technology Lab. Courses have included: Visual Basic, Powerpoint, and Web Design. Interested students should contact Mr. Mala. Top
Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts
Cub Scouts is a year-round family program designed for boys who are in the first grade through fifth grade, or 7 to 10 years old. Since its beginning, the Cub Scout program has been a fun and educational experience concerned with values. Besides providing a positive opportunity for boys to enjoy safe, wholesome activities, Cub Scouting focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. Learn more here. Top
Boy Scouting is a year-round program for boys age 11 - 17. Boys who are 10 may join if they have received the Arrow of Light Award or have finished the fifth grade. Boy Scouting is a program of fun outdoor activities, peer group leadership opportunities, and a personal exploration of career, hobby and special interests, all designed to achieve the BSA's objectives of strengthening character, personal fitness and good citizenship. Click here for more information on Boy Scouts, or visit the Boy Scouts of America National Council. Top
The D.A.R.E. Program has been extremely important and successful in building strong relationships between students, parents, school staff, and our department. The curriculum provides students life skills including assertiveness, building positive self-esteem, effective ways to deal with peer pressure and stress, and anger management. In adition to classroom lessons, officers interact with students on the playground and at numerous events in the community. Top
The Forensics Team is an Academic team that gives students the opportunity to have fun developing and improving their speaking abilities. Students will be working with a specific topic or selection of literature and will present that topic or selection in front of an audience. . . .They were the 2003 STATE CHAMPS. For more information, see the Forensics page. Top
Girl Scouts and Brownies
The Girl Scout program can change the way girls see the world and their place in it. Girls learn the importance of personal responsibility, the value of goal-setting, the spirit of teamwork, and the thrill of accomplishment. The Girl Scout program is based on the Girl Scout Promise and Law and four fundamental goals that encourage girls to:
Develop to their full potential.
Relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect.
Develop a meaningful set of values to guide their actions and to provide for sound decision-making.
Contribute to the improvement of society.
Girl Scouts are divided into Daisy Girl Scouts (ages 5-6), Brownie Girl Scouts (ages 6-8), Junior Girl Scouts (ages 8-11), and STUDIO 2B. Visit the official Girl Scouts web site for more information. Top
The purpose of the math club is to expose students to a higher level of mathematics, to represent Holy Apostles in mathematical competitions and to make math FUN.
The club meets on Tuesdays after school September - March from 2:30 - 3:30. The meetings consist of short lessons and possible handouts. Exercises include practice problems and games. Refreshments are served.
The math club advisors are Mrs. Anderson (middle school math) and Mrs. North (parent).
The math club is open to any interested seventh and eight graders at Holy Apostles. Participation is voluntary. Top
The Student Council of Holy Apostles School is an organization comprised of middle school students elected by the middle school student body. The Student Council is comprised of four officers, President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, who are elected. Two Class Representatives are elected from each homeroom in grades 6, 7, and 8. Class Representatives are elected by their respective homerooms. The officers and class representatives form the core of the Student Council and work cooperatively with their teacher advisors.
The Council sponsors and supervises a number of service projects and special events throughout the school year. Special events may include the following activities: Middle School Volleyball Tournament, Intermediate Sportz Day, Primary Spring Carnival, Pep Rallies, and Dress up Days. Service projects may include the following: New Berlin Food Drive for the Food Pantry, Christmas Caroling at the Linden Grove Nursing Home, the Adopt-A-Family Project through the Waukesha Christmas Council, Stuffed Animal Drive for the New Berlin Fire Department EMT, etc. Top