We offer a full assortment of activities built into the school day and after school to enhance the curriculum and enrich our students. Activities include:

The Student Council is offered to provide a valuable leadership partnership between students and our school. It creates the opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate. Students in grades 5 through 8 are eligible to be members of the Student Council.  Meetings are held monthly where students plan and organize student activities.
The Bellarmine Speech League is offered to provide an intellectual and cultural forum to train students in the art of verbal communication.  Students in grades 5 through 8 are eligible to participate in the league.  Three regular meets and one Final Meet are held each year.
There are active Daisy, Brownie, and Girl Scout Troops within our school community.  Please contact contact Rebecca Mueller.
Cub Scout Pack 513 is chartered by the parish and is open to those in kindergarten through fifth grade. For more information, please contact Aaron Seamands at 636-549-3010.
Students in grades Kindergarten through 8th are divided into “Family” Groups.  These groups gather to participate in various activities throughout the school year.

Most Sacred Heart is a proud member of the West County CYC. Currently, we offer five different sports:
Soccer for Boys and Girls (Fall)
Volleyball for Girls (Fall)
Basketball for Boys and Girls (Winter)
Track and Field for Boys and Girls (Spring)
Golf for Boys and Girls (Spring)

Our goal is to teach our athletes the values of sportsmanship, teamwork, and dedication within a Christian sports framework. The success of our program relies upon the many volunteer coaches, coordinators, referees, and other volunteers. We welcome you to join us! Please click on the “Sports” menu item at the top of this page or CLICK HERE to learn more about the CYC Sports available here at Most Sacred Heart.

Throughout the school year, primary and middle school teachers sponsor a Before School Morning Book Club.  Students can join in this “Book Club” discussion , enjoy enriching activities, and create artifacts that bring the books to life.  Our Catholic Faith along with the virtues are always woven into the discussions.