Grades 5th through 7th

One of the strengths of a Christian Brothers education has been the incorporation of extracurricular activities. This philosophy has been entrenched in De La Salle’s philosophy of education since the 17th century.

Christian Brothers School believes that a strong extracurricular program supports the classroom learning environment and provides students with opportunity to grow in a variety of areas. We provide academic and athletic extracurricular programs that enable the girls to

  1. participate in new experiences,
  2. set a goal and a plan for attaining that goal, and
  3. work cooperatively with teammates toward an accomplishment.

Below is a list of activities we may offer:

Athletics

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Basketball (Winter)

The girls' basketball teams are open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Players develop fundamentals and compete against schools in the New Orleans Athletic League (NOAL). Players are selected based upon performance in an extensive tryout process.

Program Director: Richard Neider

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Cabbageball (Spring)

The girls' cabbageball teams are open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Players develop fundamentals and compete against schools in the New Orleans Athletic League (NOAL). Players are selected based upon performance in an extensive tryout process.

Program Director: Michael Barnes

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Cross Country (Fall)

The girls' Cross Country team is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Runners develop fundamentals and compete at meets across the city. All participants should wear comfortable clothing and good running shoes.

Program Director: Michael Lizano

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Soccer (Winter)

The girls' soccer team is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Players develop fundamentals and compete against other schools in the New Orleans metro area. Players undergo an extensive tryout process.

Program Directors: Mae Casey and Lauren Gauthier

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Swimming (Fall)

The girls' swim team is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Swimmers develop strokes and compete against schools in the New Orleans metro area.

Program Director: Michael Barnes

Coaches: Amy and Trey Palmisano

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Tennis (Spring)

The girls' tennis team is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Players develop fundamentals and compete against schools in the New Orleans Athletic League (NOAL). Players are selected based upon performance in an extensive tryout process.

Program Director: Ann Melius

Volleyball Champs

Volleyball (Fall)

The girls' volleyball team is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grades. Players compete against schools in the New Orleans Athletic League (NOAL). Players are selected after an extensive tryout process.

Program Director: Michael Barnes

Non-Athletic

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Academic Games

The girls' Academic Games club is open to all students in 5th through 7th grade. Players practice twice a week to learn the games, and then compete in several matches throughout the year.

Program Director: Brother Laurence Konersman

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Art Club

The girls' art club is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Participants meet once per week and learn the fundamentals of drawing and painting.

Program Director: Shannon Denton

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Beta Club

Girls who have earned honor roll status at CBS can be enrolled. Their objective is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, leadership and service.

Program Director: Richard Neider

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Bike Club

The Bike Club is open to all students in 5th through 7th grade. Riders meet several times throughout the year to ride trails around the New Orleans metro area.

Program Director: Heather Dougherty

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Canoe and Kayak Club

The Canoe and Kayak Club is open to all students in all grades and their parents. There are multiple paddles throughout the year at various locations around the Gulf Coast area. Participants can rent a boat or provide their own.

Program Director: Doug Moreau

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Choir

The choir is back at CBS! This year the group will be signing at Mass and participating in various musical endeavors.

Program Director: Charlotte Farris

Dance Team

Dance Team

The Lady Falcons competitive dance team is comprised of middle school girls who compete at regional and state levels. They also perform at various school functions including the school picnic, open house, and sporting events throughout the year.

Program Director: Stephanie Vlosich

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Footprints for Life

A program designed to encourage and empower children to build a community that respects the dignity of all life, whether born or unborn.

Program Director: Cathy Williams

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Girls on the Run

A national organization for 3rd through 7th grade girls, designed to strengthen social, emotional, physical, and behavioral skills to successfully navigate life experiences.

Program Director: Marcia Radetich

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Girls Who Code

The Girls Who Code program is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grade. Participants learn topics such as coding languages, app design, and algorithms through the lens of problem-solving.

Program Director: Gabby Constant

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Lasallian Youth Organization

The Lasallian Youth Organization (LYO) is open to all girls in 5th through 7th grades. Participants meet once per week for prayer and service opportunities.

Program Directors: Bethany Carrigee and Stacie Richardson

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Sphero Club

Sphero transforms the way elementary and middle school kids learn with a fun, comprehensive approach to STEAM (that's STEM + Art) and computer science.

Program Director: Gabby Constant

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Theatre Club

Middle school girls get the opportunity to learn the basics of theatre while performing an original play by year's end.

Program Director: Tammy Hathaway

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Yoga and Meditation

Designed to teach girls ways to relax in order ward off anxiety and thereby see themselves, their lives, and God more clearly.

Program Director: Jodi Epp

Athletic Director - Canal Street

Mike Barnes

mbarnes@cbs-no.org

504-488-4426

Athletic Director - City Park

Chris Bell

cbell@cbs-no.org

504-486-6770

Thu, Oct 21
Sat, Oct 23
Sat, Oct 30
Sat, Nov 6

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