At Resurrection-St. Paul School, we teach our students that we are a family from PreK-Grade 8. Many of the Resurrection-St. Paul School student activities include the entire school’s participation. These activities listed below are in addition to the many clubs offered and participating in outreach projects. We encourage our students to support each other in their interests inside and outside of school.
Pre-K through grade 5 students are permitted to wear Halloween costumes to school (following guidelines). They participate in a parade around the school property (weather permitting). Grades 6-8, who have an out of uniform day, go outside to watch the parade and then go to a dance or play bingo. Classroom parties also occur that afternoon for Pre-K to grade 5.
The May Crowning follows our school mass on the same day we host Mom's Morning. Our first communicants serve as honor guard for the 8th grade student who has been chosen by classmates to crown the Blessed Mother. All are invited to attend the Mass celebration.
The reindeer race is a game held at Christmas time for the children and is also a fundraiser for charity. Homeroom tickets are sold in the weeks preceding the event. Each class creates a "reindeer" poster to be carried through the game stations. Each station represents one of our 13 Values. Each time a homeroom's ticket is pulled at random, the class representatives move forward. The first class to reach the final station wins the game. The more tickets a class purchases, the higher their chance is to be called to move through the stations.
With the help from our partners at Mount Saint Joseph High School, the RSPS STEM Fair is open to students in grades 1-8. Grades 1-3 may display a science or engineering project for our STEM Fair Exhibition that takes place on the same evening as our STEM Fair competition. Students in Grades 4-8 may enter a science or engineering project to compete for prizes by grade brackets for each of the two categories. Middle school winners will be eligible to compete in the Baltimore Science Fair at Towson University.
Walk for the Homeless
Each October the students wear their school theme t-shirt and walk approximately 1 mile in the neighborhood surrounding the school with a police escort. The walk follows a school Mass. Parents are invited to join in the Mass and walk. Each student is asked to bring in at least $1, which is given to St. Paul’s Cold Weather Shelter.
- Band and Choir Concerts
- Christmas Program Pageant
- Passion Play at Easter (8th grade)
- Drama Production (3rd grade)
Cultural Arts Night
Art Under the Stars is RSPS's Cultural Arts Night. This is an opportunity to highlight the various artistic God-given gifts of our students. At least one piece of artwork from each student will be displayed. Some students who participate in other activities such as choir, creative writing and drama may also give a performance. It is held at the school.