11501 66th Ave N,
Seminole FL 33772
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Clubs, Activities & Athletics

Band

Advisor: Paul Effman Music

In Band, students practice playing their instruments, learning proper technique from accomplished musicians.

Boy Scouts

Our Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts meet every Tuesday during the school year in the Parish Center.

Battle of the Books

Advisor: Mrs. DeMarsh

Battle of the Books is a voluntary reading incentive program for students in grades 3-8. The purpose is simply to encourage students to read good books and have fun while competing with peers.

Chess Club

The Chess Club allows students to get together to play friendly games of chess, work on their mastery of the game, and practice good sportsmanship. The club is open to students in grades 2-8.

Choir

Blessed Sacrament Children's Chorus harnesses the power and joy of music and what it brings to our lives as we work play & pray! Children in the choir will learn basic music theory as well as begin to develop a well-rounded repertoire of various genres and styles of music. Choir is open to children in grades 2 and up by interview and audition. Please email Mr. Eschenfelder for more details.

Drama-Spring Play

Advisor: Miss Gaull and Mrs. Sehner

Budding actors improve their stage presence through improv games and acting exercises. They also learn to hit their marks and deliver their lines through months of practice before the annual Spring musical.

Happy Feet Soccer

Advisor: Coach John

Happy Feet is a new and exciting mobile soccer clinic for children ages 2 - 6. Using a proven, fun "STORY TIME WITH A SOCCER BALL" approach, Happy Feet will surely be your child's favorite weekly activity. We're committed to helping children form healthy exercise habits using the world's most popular game, soccer!

KNN Live

Advisors: Mrs. Schawang

KNN is our student news program.

Students in grade 4 are involved in all aspects of this broadcast, including news writing, cameras & microphones, computers (PowerPoint), sound & video mixing, and news presentation.

Mad Science

Advisor: Mad Science Group Inc.

Mad Science transforms laboratory science into fun, interactive learning experiences for kids from K-5.

National Junior Honor Society

Advisor: Mrs. Schawang

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Chapter of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School has been established for the following purposes: to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership and citizenship, and to encourage the development of character in the students of Blessed Sacrament Catholic School.

Membership is open to students in grade 8. To be considered for membership, students must be in the top 15% of their class during their seventh-grade year.

Safety Patrol

Advisor: Mrs. Reed

The 5th Grade Safety Patrol helps with the safe loading and unloading of students in the morning and afternoon car lines. Students open car doors for students, assist the faculty members in directing students & traffic, and help younger students load their book bags into their cars.

Student Council

Advisor:

The Student Council represents and serves the student body. Elected Officers and Representatives in grades 5-8 are responsible for organizing and sponsoring all activities of the Student Council.


Athletics

Group of Happy Basketball Players
Blessed Sacrament Catholic School competes in the Lower Pinellas Catholic Conference. The purpose of the conference shall be to provide an organized framework within which students of member schools may participate in an interscholastic sports program that is primarily instructional in nature. The learning of basic skills and the practice of good sportsmanship shall be the center of all league activities.

Member Schools: Blessed Sacrament, St. Patrick's, Holy Family, Sacred Heart, St. John, St. Jude, St. Paul and St. Raphael

Please note that in order to tryout a student must have a required diocese physical form turned in and dated the current school year of 2020-2021. Sports physicals can be from your doctor, walk-in or CVS/Walgreens. You can obtain a form from the school office or from Coach Odom. They are also available for download at the link below.

 

SPORTS

  • Boys Varsity Volleyball (6-8) (Aug-Sept)
  • Girls Varsity Volleyball (6-8) (Aug-Sept)
  • JV Boys and Girls Basketball (5-6) (Oct-Dec)
  • Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball (6-8) (Dec-Feb)
  • Girls Cheerleading (Oct-Feb)
  • JV and Varsity Track and Field (5-6 and 7-8) (Feb-Mar)
  • Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer (6-8) (March-May)