Young leaders in the making. Muscles in training. Voices raised in song. Minds engaged in critical thinking. Friendships being forged.
At St. Hilary School, we know the learning that takes place in the classroom is only part of the education we provide.
We want our students to be immersed in enriching experiences that will lead to broader learning, deeper relationships,
and solid leadership skills.
We take very seriously our mission to develop tomorrow's leaders.
To help develop the whole person, St. Hilary School offers many programs in which students may participate outside of the classroom.
These programs allow our students to emerge as leaders, forge friendships, learn life skills, develop hidden talents,
discover new passions, and so many other things that books simply can't teach.
Sports offerings include soccer, football, basketball, volleyball, track and field, cross country, baseball, softball, and cheerleading.
Clubs are available to fulfill a variety of interests, including skiing, chess, foreign language, performing and fine arts, writing, science, math, and more.
Service opportunities abound, as well. Every student performs hands-on service in the community during
Catholic Schools Week, and service endeavors are woven throughout the school year.
Students may also participate in choir, Mass musicians, instrumental band, Scouting, Student Council, Peer Mediators,
and Future Catholic Teachers.
Upper-level math students may serve as peer tutors through our after-school Math Lab.
Name an interest, and we will provide an activity through which to express it.
Set a goal, and we will provide an opportunity to help achieve it.
For more information or to schedule a visit, please call 330-867-8720, ext. 343.