Academic Games Participants Win Top Awards At National Competition
Congratulations to Meredith Kononchek, who came in 1ST PLACE in the nation in the Presidents competition of the Academic Games Leagues of America (AGLOA) National Tournament this spring for the elementary division! She was awarded the gold “Thinker” trophy. St. Pius X’s Isabelle Anderson also earned an impressive 9th place in the Presidents competition and CC Truxillo earned 13th place in the Propaganda Competition - each among over 200 participants. As a team, St. Pius X placed 4th overall in Presidents and 6th overall in Propaganda.
Mrs. Fulham's Retirement Celebration
Saturday May 20th Mass starting at 5:30PM to be followed by adult reception.
Girls Basketball Team Wins District Title
Congratulations to the SPX Girls Basketball team for winning the District Championship.
SPX Parish Fair
Friday Apr 21st 6PM and Saturday Apr 22nd 11AM
Keep Christ In Christmas Poster Contest
Congratulations to this St. Pius student who was named the Archdiocesan winner of the Keep Christ In Christmas Poster Contest.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from September 13th to December 15th
Families of prospective students can sign up for guided tours by clicking HERE and selecting an available tour date and time on the calendar.
Disney's The Lion King Jr.
Presented by the St. Pius X Players
The African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle... and back again, in the St. Pius X Players’ summer production of Disney's The Lion King JR. Performances are on July 22, 23, 28, 29, & 30 at 7:30 pm and on July 24 2:30 pm. Tickets will go on sale in early July. More information can be found HERE.
Inaugural team achieves success at national tournament.
Congratulations to three members of our Academic Games Team who attended the Academic Games National Tournament in Atlanta. Their team received medals for a fifth place finish in On Sets and finished 11th in the nation for overall scores, making them the highest placing team from Louisiana in the elementary division. One team member also earned the honor of being the highest placing student overall from New Orleans in the elementary division.
Get Ready for the St. Pius X Art Fair!
Thursday May 5th - 7PM in the Gym.
Register for Summer Camp Today!
SPX Adventure Camp is available exclusively to SPX students in grades PK3 to 4th grade. In this pamphlet, you will find information about registration, cost, and the sessions we are offering.
Information for SPX Adventure Camp can be found HERE.
Information and registration for Water Fun Friday can be found HERE.
Register for Vacation Bible School Today!
Gear up for an over-the-top underground adventure! At Cave Quest, we get to go deep into the bible to learn about the light of Jesus! We will have a great time with lively songs, creative crafts, exciting games, Bible stories and tasty snacks—all of the things that make Vacation Bible School so much fun for children.
If you are between the ages of 3* and 12, come to our Cave Quest!*Must be “potty trained”!
Congratulations to the SPX Junior Girls Basketball team for winning the District Championship.
St. Pius X Catholic School Annual Parish Festival
Join St. Pius X Catholic Parish and School for the annual Parish Festival on Friday, April 1 from 6-10 p.m. and Saturday, April 2 from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Enjoy good food, live entertainment, festive games, and great company!
St. Pius X Catholic School Academic Games Team Is Named Top Elementary School Team
We are the Champions! Congratulations to our Academic Games team on being named the top elementary school team at the New Orleans Academic Games Presidents Tournament at Brother Martin High School on Feb. 2. Coached by Leslie Leah Wehmeyer and Robin Miltenburger, this is the first year that St. Pius has organized an Academic Games team. Well done, Panthers!
St. Pius X Catholic School Choir Brings Holiday Cheer
The St. Pius X Catholic School choir opened the Christmas season at the Royal Sonesta Hotel with a beautifully sung performance. Some members of the choir also caroled to different classrooms on December 18 to entertain younger students during the class Christmas parties.