Here is a list of opportunities that are available to school-age children. These opportunities are provided by organizations not affiliated with St. Pius X / St. Leo School, but may be of interest to your child.
To learn more about admissions at Creighton Prep please visit their website: https://www.creightonprep.org/admissions
Duchesne offers many opportunities for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girls to build community and learn more about what Duchesne has to offer for high school.
Future Cardinal Soccer Fan Night
Wednesday, March 27 at 4:00 pm
Duchesne Soccer Field
For 5th-8th Grade Girls
5th and 6th Grade Field Day
Friday, May 3 from 6:00 – 8:00 P.M.
For 5th and 6th Grade Girls
DASH Summer Camp 2024 Registration is LIVE!!
Sign up today for fun summer arts, academic and / or athletic camps at Duchesne! You may use the following web address: dashomaha.org/summer2024. Exciting opportunities include a co-ed soccer camp for rising K – 4th grade students, as well as numerous all-girl camp offerings of varying grade ranges for rising 3rd – 8th grade students. Volleyball and dance camps are currently in the works too!
For more information and upcoming activities, visit https://www.duchesneacademy.org/admissions/admissions-events
Schedule a visit and learn more about admissions here: https://grosscatholic.org/be-a-cougar/
Just for girls! Marian summer camps have something for every interest. Choose from art and creativity, STEM, athletics and more. All courses are taught by certified teachers or Marian coaching staff.
Art and academic camps: https://www.marianhighschool.net/admissions/summer-sampler-camps
Athletic camps: https://www.marianhighschool.net/athletics/summer-athletic-camps
See for yourself what it’s like to be a Marian girl – spend the day with a current student. You’ll attend classes, tour our campus, and meet our faculty, coaches and students. Visit days are for girls in sixth, seventh or eighth grade.
Discover Marian Parent Coffees:
Parents of junior high students are invited to join us for an information session with our president and principal. Find out how Marian aligns with what you’re looking for in a high school partner. Choose an upcoming date that works for you – all sessions are from 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Click here to view more upcoming events at Marian High School.
Click here to schedule a visit at Marian High School.
To learn about upcoming events at Mercy High School, go to https://www.mercyhigh.org/
Visit the Roncalli website to learn more about admissions and scheduling a visit: https://www.roncallicatholic.org/admissions
To learn more about admissions at Scutt Catholic please visit their website: https://skuttcatholic.com/admissions/
The Jr. Warriors Program will be hosting a FREE clinic on Saturday, March 16th from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. The clinic will be run by the varsity football coaches and players, will focus on skill development, and will conclude with 7 on 7 games. Registrants will get a free t-shirt. The QR code to sign up is in the flyer or you can sign up here:
Omaha has an exciting advanced math program for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders called Math+. The Math+ program includes 6 courses. Each course focuses on one major idea based on key concepts included in Stanford University’s introductory math sequence.
This season’s course will be taught at St. Thomas More on Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 pm starting on Thursday, January 11th for six weeks. The program will cost $250. Families can sign-up at www.RedwoodPrep.com.
For more information, please click here.
The Institute for Human Neuroscience at Boys Town is looking for typically developing children, ages 6-17, to participate in research studies. We are open after school and on some Saturdays so participation in the study will not interfere with their school time. These studies focus on how the brain develops through adolescence and how life experiences impact the development of children’s brains.
We are actively recruiting all populations, but Black and African American populations are commonly underrepresented in research; we are looking to change that. We have started to reach out to places that we believe have a higher population of Black and African American youth. We are specifically looking for Black and African American children, ages 9-16, to participate to contribute to research in a more representative way.
All participants will be compensated for their time, and we offer transportation for anyone wanting to participate, if needed.