Resurrection Catholic School students go beyond just academics, taking part in numerous after-school clubs, school functions, and community service projects. The many clubs and activities offered endeavor to enrich each student’s life by providing a source for students to develop their talents and interests. Serving as a basis for socialization and peer interest, clubs allow students to meet and form friendships with other students who may or may not share the same academic classes but share interests. Clubs provide leadership opportunities and self-esteem building experiences beyond those which are academic. Through projects, students bond as well as practice responsible behavior. Many projects heighten social awareness and help to develop social empathy. Although club participation is optional, students must maintain good grades and are encouraged to participate.
- Altar Servers Grades 3-8, interested Catholics
- Fransiscan Flask Prayer Group Grades 3-8, interested Catholics
- Choir Music Ensemble Grades 2-8
- Resurrection School Band, Grades 5th-8th
- DIY Girls STEM education afterschool club, Grades 5th-8th
Resurrection Catholic School is a fully accredited school by WASC and WCEA. Resurrection School has been awarded State champions for the Governors Challenge for Fitness in previous years.
Several of our graduating 8th Graders have achieved high entrance test scores on the admissions tests given by Catholic High Schools. As a result, these 8th graders are given special scholarship as they enroll in the Catholic High School they are applying to. Year after year, 2 of our 8th grade students are awarded the Jose Huizar Adelante Award for outstanding achievement and commitment to the community.