St. Dominic Catholic School offers a variety of extracurricular activities. Extracurricular activities have shown a positive effect on student behavior, grades, attitude toward school, social skills, self-confidence, and connection to their school. Through extracurricular activities students learn lessons in leadership, teamwork, organization, problem solving, time management, and more. Extracurriculars are also a way for students to discover their God-given talents.

Student participation in these opportunities is a privilege. Academic studies are expected to be the primary focus and responsibility of St. Dominic Catholic School students.

Student Council

Student Council members are representative and leaders of the school body. They seek to exemplify the highest standards of Christian behavior among the school and community.

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Chess Club

The St. Dominic Chess Club is open to all students from third through eighth grade. Chess is a great "mind sport." Research has shown that playing chess can help students in many areas including problem-solving, concentration, memory, social skills and even reading and math abilities.

  • All levels of chess experience is welcome and encouraged to participate.
  • Class times will focus on general chess instruction, etiquette, and competition.
  • Season runs from November through March.
  • Parent help is needed for class support.
  • Chess club members can participate in Wisconsin Scholastic Chess tournaments held throughout chess season. Participation is encouraged, but not required.

Questions? Contact Beth Gundrum or Jane Pittman.


Boy Scouts

St. Dominic Cub and Boy Scout programs have a considerable presence at our school and parish. Boys participate in monthly Pack and Den meetings with themes that build skills, character, and teamwork. Pack 119 also offers camping and other opportunities to facilitate den development and individual growth, having fun in the process.

Questions? Contact Peter Rankin

Girl Scouts

Girl Scout troops create a safe space where girls can try new things, develop a range of skills, take on leadership roles, and just be themselves. 

Read about two of our St. Dominic Girl Scouts and the Girl Scout Gold Award.

Questions? Contact Jane Pittman

Let's Build It Engineering

Enter into the fascinating world of robotics. In this exciting STEM program, students in grades 1-5 will design, build, and test their very own robots under the guidance of an experienced AES instructor. No previous experience is necessary, just a desire to have fun, build, and learn. 

This program is offered by Afterschool Enrichment Solutions and signup for classes are online. Watch for upcoming opportunities in the Family Folder.

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Bricks 4 Kidz

Bricks 4 Kidz classes provide an extraordinary atmosphere for children, where we learn, we build, and we play...with LEGO bricks. Students build a new model each week, designed by B4K engineers and architects, with exciting themes that kids love! We use technic LEGO's, teaching students how gears, pins, and axels work together to create movement.Multiple levels of difficulty for each build of the day are offered to accommodate younger or less experienced builders. 

This program is provided by Bricks 4 Kidz and class signup is online. Watch for upcoming opportunities in the Family Folder.

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Students in grades 5-8 have opportunities to sign up for participation in competitive sports apart from the regular physical education program. These opportunities are offered in the after school hours and on weekends. They are opportunities sponsored by the St. Dominic Athletic Association. Forms for parental/guardian permission and indication of student's interest are issued seasonally by the Association. St. Dominic Catholic School is a member of the Don Bosco League of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

Student Athletics

Fine Arts

Students enrolled at St. Dominic Catholic School have the opportunity to participate in several options in the area of fine arts. All offerings are made possible through the efforts of the Fine Arts Committee.

Fine Arts