As a member of the Northern Kentucky Academic League, Saint Agnes sponsors a 5th grade, 6th grade, and junior varsity and varsity academic teams. All teams participate in post-season competitions, including district, regional, and state competitions at the varsity level.
Students compete in Composition Writing, Future Problem Solving, and Written Assessment in Math, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, and Arts & Humanities. In addition, students compete in Quick Recall, a rapid fire quiz over a mixture of all subject areas.
As of 2014, the Saint Agnes varsity academic team has won ten consecutive district competitions and sent competitors to the state competition in each of those years. In 2013, a Saint Agnes student won the state competition in Composition.
Our 5th and 6th-grade teams consistently place in the top 5 in their competitions, including several first place finishes.
MathCounts is an accelerated math program that strives to engage 6th-8th grade students in fun, challenging math programs, in order to expand their academic and professional opportunities. MathCounts provides students with the kinds of experiences that fosters growth and transcend fear to lay a foundation for future success.
Saint Agnes students have the opportunity to participate in many youth sport programs, most sponsored by the Saint Agnes Athletic Boosters. Saint Agnes students participate in these youth sport programs:
- Soccer (fall and spring)
In addition, nearby Covington Catholic High School (CCH) and Notre Dame Academy (NDA) offer opportunities for Saint Agnes students. CCH sponsors a cross country, track, and youth football programs while NDA offers cross country, track, and softball.
The Cub Scouts is for boys in grades 1-5. The boys get together about once a month to help develop friendships, good habits, respect, attitudes of good citizenship, sportsmanship, pride, to learn new skills and to do one’s best.
Saint Agnes School serves as the backdrop to Girl Scout troops from grades K-7. Troops elect to meet weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly depending on their age and level of participation. Parent volunteers serve as troop leaders after receiving required training from Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council. In addition to individual troop meetings and outings, Girl Scouts host all-troop activities through the year, including an International Dinner, a special Mass in March on Girl Scout Sunday, and Camporee in May.
Throughout the school year our faculty commit to leading various after-school activities for students of various grade levels. Clubs vary year to year, growing and changing to meet student interests. Some clubs include “Wildcast” News Show, Student Council, Service Club, Art Club, Lego League, Junior High Play, Children’s Choir and Odyssey of the Mind.