The St. Boniface Athletic Association is a parish-based program open to students in 5th through 8th grade. We promote an enjoyable Christian environment that helps develop physical skills while fostering sportsmanship, respect and personal responsibility. The program consists of three sports for both boys and girls: volleyball (fall), basketball (winter), and track and field (spring). Cheerleading is an additional activity. The successfulness of our athletic program is best evidenced by the fact that 90% of St. Boniface School students participate in these sports annually.
Scouting programs are open to girls starting in K5 with the Daisy Scout program and run through 8th grade Cadettes. Boys can become involved in Cub Scouts in 1st grade with the Tiger Cubs and continue through 8th grade.
Saint Boniface Jump Rope Club
SBS Jump Rope Club is a non-competitive afterschool activity that meets two times per month, October - May, for two hours. The club is designed for fun and skill development, as well as promoting physical fitness through a life-time sport and fostering confidence, discipline, responsibility and leadership. All 1st-8th graders have the option to join in the fun, get a team t-shirt and jump ropes, and show-case their skills at the end of the season during the 'Pump up the Jump' Family Show.
DI is an international creative problem solving program for students from K5 through college. 1st and 2nd graders (aka Rising Stars) meet and play problem-solving games to develop their skills. Students in 3rd through 8th grade work in teams up to seven students to solve a problem involving writing, story-telling, acting, and prop building. In spring, the DI teams compete at a regional competition. At least one St. Boniface team has advanced to state competition since 2003. In 2005, 2008, and 2012, St. Boniface had a team advance to compete against 1,000 chosen teams at Global Finals in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 2008, the team won one of only two “Spirit of DI” awards at Global Finals for an exemplary solution to the challenge. Each year our teams continue to shine with the most current achievement, a 2nd place trophy in 2011 for one of our elementary teams.
Forensics is a way for students to develop their public speaking and critical thinking skills with opportunities to compete against all other middle school students in the State of Wisconsin in local tournaments and state competition. Forensics is open for students in 6th through 8th grade. St. Boniface graduates, who participated in forensics, have gone on to successfully compete in forensics at the high school level. Our students have received awards at every level including the state finals in 2011 and 2012 where they competed against 80 of the best schools in the state and around 1300 students.
Mondays after school, our Art teacher offers an after school enrichment program where students are able to make jewelry, pottery, paint on canvas, work with metals, and so much more! Students can participate in one or all of the classes.