The after school art program is taught by Mrs. Kim Polombo. Students may sign up for one class per week (Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday) from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm. Classes are offered in 12-week sessions. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a fee attached to the classes.


The PMA Athletic Program has much to offer our student athletes in numerous sports. There is something for all age groups.  See our Athletics Program Overview for more details.


The Band Program is available to students in grades K-8, with or without experience. Half hour small group lessons are given after school. We offer a wide range of instruments including flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, bells and drums.


Catch the Spirit!  We have three cheerleading squads. Our Jr. Cheer Exhibition Squad (grades 1 – 2) participates in exhibitions on the weekends. The Mites Cheer Squad (grades 3 – 5) cheers for our CYO Mites and Jr. Mites IMG_7902-2basketball teams. Our Competition Squad (grades 6 – 8, 5th grade by try outs only) enters several Cheer competitions. Each squad has practices with games and/or competitions on the weekends. This program generally runs from late October/early November through March.


Our students in grades 1-8 learn a variety of songs and perform for the student body throughout the year. Practices are held after school. Choir students also perform at the 8th grade graduation.


Girl Scouting helps develop courage, confidence, and character in its members. If you’re looking for a fun and exciting group for your daughter, the Girl Scout Program is the place for her.  Here she will learn many skills that will help her through life.  Currently there are three Girls Scout troops at PMA, of different age levels, who meet once a week after school.  Information about joining is sent at the start of the school year.

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Piano lessons are offered to students in grades 2-8 by Cindy Westhoff.  This program is run independently of the school.  The program allows for home practice as well as scheduled lessons with Mrs. Westhoff at school.  Piano students participate in several recitals throughout the school year.  Lessons are scheduled for after school hours.


The Ski Club is a five-week program taking place on Mondays at Pats Peak, beginning in January each year.  It is open to students inIMG_7567 grades 1-8. Parents of first and second graders must drive their students and stay with them at the mountain. All other students will be bussed from the PMA campus. Lessons and rentals are available.


State and national contests
Geography Bee
Spelling Bee
Battle of the Books
Private tutoring
Private lessons, private group instruction, or tutorial services can be arranged; they incur a fee that is determined by the instructor providing the services.



Nature’s Classroom Grade 5

Art Fair
Book fair
Community outreach programs
Educational field trips for all classes
Equestrian Club
Eucharistic liturgies
Fairy Tale Day
Field Day
Grade 8 overnight retreat
Grandparents Breakfast
Junior High dances
Lego Club
Nature’s Classroom for students in grade 5
Patriotic and prayer assemblies
Presidential Academic Awards Program
Science Fairs
Washington, D.C., trip for students in grade 8