Mary Queen students have the opportunity to explore and strengthen their artistic, musical, and athletic abilities, as well as their academic and leadership skills, through a wide range of clubs. From the basketball court to the stage, Mary Queen offers something for everyone.
Art Club gives students who wish to pursue their artistic interests an opportunity to enhance skills while learning new techniques and socializing with friends.
Girls and boys at Mary Queen have abundant opportunities year-round to participate in athletics. Visit our Athletics page for more information.
Band provides students in 5th through 8th grade an opportunity for students to continue their appreciation of music. Band takes place during the school day for academic credit. The band performs at concerts throughout the school year.
Battle of the Books (BOB)
Students in 2nd through 8th grade can participate in the BOB program. Book clubs meet once a month after school throughout the year to discuss the books. Interested students can try out for the BOB teams which complete against the other Diocesan Schools for the annual battle.
The School Choir practices after school. They actively participate in liturgies at school and throughout the year at Sunday Masses.
Drama Club is open to students who love to perform. As part of the annual middle school productions, our thespians act, sing, create scenery and assist with staging and lighting. Past performances have included Oz and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA)
Students in may participate in the Kentucky Youth Assembly, a mock government assembly where children write and present legislation in the state capitol in Frankfort, meet in committee, and speak for or against specific proposals.
Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA)
Students in may participate in the Kentucky United Nations Association, where students prepare and present projects that celebrate the diversity of the many cultures of our world.
Jump Rope Club
Jump Rope Club is designed to increase cardiovascular endurance and improve coordination and agility. Students will meet after school to develop their jump rope skills, work on community building and plan and perform a jump rope routine.
The morning show provides our Middle School students with the opportunity to gain broadcasting experience. From news to weather, our morning show keeps our school up to date on the latest happenings.
Mary Queen has gone green and our school is making a conscientious effort to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Club members take care of emptying recycling bins and promoting an earth-conscientious environment!
Boys may begin scouting as early as 1st grade, enjoying a variety of activities such as pack meetings, camping, and service projects. Our scouts have planted trees on our school’s campus and one Eagle Scout even created a picnic area on the school grounds as part of his service project!
Girls may participate in the Daisy Scouts starting in Kindergarten.
Student Council provides an opportunity for students learn and practice procedures necessary for effective government, offering members opportunities to accept responsibility and to provide leadership. The Council represents the opinions of the student body while seeking to foster the spirit, unity, cooperation of our Catholic faith, and service to the school community.