Student Life

Clubs & Activities

Exploring their Interests and Passions, Crafting their Story

Elementary school students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of teacher-led clubs and enrichment activities. Some of those engaging activities are age/grade specific and not open to all elementary students.  

Within the high school, students not only have the ability to devote their time and interest to those programs in which they are passionate, but we also encourage students to step out of their comfort zone and explore new pathways. Students select three separate Activity Flex Periods per week each marking period. While clubs like student government, community service, and the arts remain staples for St. E, there is a wide breadth of additional offerings that truly reflect the interests and passions of the VKNation.  

St. Elizabeth supports and encourages student voice and choice, which provides the student body with opportunities to create their own clubs throughout the course of the year. Not only does this provide greater engagement in the clubs, but empowers students to enhance their leadership skills within the clubs they created for their peers.
We truly want our Vikings to Craft Their Story while they are here at St. E!

Elementary School Clubs & Activities

High School Clubs & Activities

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  • 3D Printing

    3D printing is an exciting technology that allows you to bring your digital designs to life by creating three-dimensional objects.  Students will not only learn about some of the coding and programming techniques necessary to create a successful 3D printed item, but also bring those designs to life.  There are multiple 3D printers which students can access to create their projects. 
  • Academic Bowl

    The Academic Bowl is a fast-paced quiz game designed to sharpen students' listening, thinking, and quick-recall ability. Questions test students' knowledge of all academic disciplines, current events, and general culture. Membership is open to all students. New members may join at any time during the season, which begins in September and concludes at the end of January.  All members are strongly encouraged to attend regularly. The six schools in the Catholic Conference compete for the league championship. The prize for first place is awarded at the end of the tournament, which is held annually at St. Elizabeth during Catholic Schools week.

  • Adulting 101

    Adulting 101 is for individuals who understand the struggles of transitioning into adulthood. In our club, we offer a variety of resources and activities to help you thrive in your adult life. From interactive workshops on budgeting, cooking, and home maintenance, to guest speakers sharing their expertise on career development and self-care, we strive to provide practical knowledge and guidance.
  • Alliance for Viking Pride

    The Alliance for Viking Pride is dedicated to bringing about justice and equity within St. Elizabeth's through giving everyone an equal voice and part in the decisions made that affect the students.  This diverse student panel pulls members of the student body to not only hear the concerns of fellow students but then as a group create an action plan to submit to the school administration for consideration.  The goal of the club is to continually have the best version of our Viking Pride be on display for not only our current students/families, but also all prospective students/families, community members, and guests. 
  • American Sign Language (ASL)

    The Viking ASL Club is concerned with learning and promoting American Sign Language, building a respect for Deaf culture, and improving communication skills in a safe environment by offering skill building workshops, outreach projects, and social events.
  • Anime Club

  • AP Study Groups

    AP Study Groups are created in the spring to assist with preparation for the AP Exams on the various courses offered each year.  Most of these groups are peer driven with the assistance of the course instructor.  Students are not required to be a member in this group, but it is available for those who wish to participate.  
  • Art of Animation

    Students embrace their inner artist and work through digital tutorials to craft various sketches and works of art.  Most of the works are done with just a pencil and paper - no eraser needed.  The club also aids students in trusting in themselves while committing to the various lines they are placing on their sketch. 
  • Attack Your Anxiety

    Attack Your Anxiety is to facilitate student success and wellness through a focus on peer-to-peer encouragement in our shared experiences of anxiety and overwhelming mindsets. We assist our peers by listening to challenges and developing skills that empower them to develop broader insight and create positive change in their lives. In support of the educational mission of St. Elizabeth School, we contribute to students' mental health and well-being by offering a program of student-led and faculty-supported outreach, committed to creating a space where all students feel welcomed, and where concerns are explored with confidentiality, humility, and sensitivity.
  • B+ Club

    The St. Elizabeth chapter of the B+ Foundation works to eliminate childhood cancer, fund research, and participate in great activities. B+ started after Andrew McDonough, a student at Salesianum who battled and died from cancer. His family continues to work to raise awareness of childhood cancer. At St. E we have dress down days, B+ breakfasts, community service, and meetings to plan events and ideas.
  • Band

    St. Elizabeth School, in conjunction with Northeastern Music Company, offers band lessons to students in grades 4-12. Band is available to students of all ability levels. An instructor from Northeastern provides a 45-minute lesson once a week, as well as a full band rehearsal each week. The St. Elizabeth Band performs two concerts each year, one in the winter and one in the spring, and also performs in Church before the Christmas Pageant. Band is not included in tuition fees.
  • Blue*Gold/Project Unify

    Known as the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens with Intellectual DisABILITIES, DFRC has raised millions of dollars over the years through its signature fundraising events starting with the Blue-Gold All*Star Game in 1956. The mission of DFRC and its volunteers is to provide opportunities to promote understanding of people with cognitive disabilities. Each year with the help of volunteers, high school student committees, community participants, individual contributors, and corporate sponsors, DFRC raises thousands of dollars to support programs that encourage individuals with cognitive disabilities to maximize their potential, independence and enjoyment of life. 

    In 1996, St. Elizabeth began a Blue*Gold Week. Many events are held during this week to heighten awareness of children with cognitive disabilities. Our student body averages about 85% participation in these events, resulting in St. Elizabeth earning recognition from the Blue-Gold All*Star Committee with multiple "Touch Love" awards.  The St. E Blue*Gold Club is open to all students.
  • Board Games

    Board Games explores the realm of board games, where every roll of the dice and strategic move can shape your destiny. From classic favorites like Monopoly and Battleship to modern gems like Triominos and Blokus, we have an extensive collection of games to suit every taste. Challenge your friends or make new ones as you dive into epic battles, solve brain-teasing puzzles, or collaborate on cooperative adventures. Our club provides the perfect platform to unleash your competitive spirit, test your problem-solving skills, and experience the thrill of victory.
  • Book Club

    The St. Elizabeth Book Club is for students who love to read. The club focuses on reading for its own sake, as there are no quizzes or tests, only friendly discussions amongst fellow bibliophiles. Students are involved in recommending books to read, voting on recommendations, and discussing their opinions on the texts.
  • Campus Ministry

    St. Elizabeth Campus Ministry serves to foster a sense of Christian values, maintains a strong Catholic identity, and encourages service in the school community and beyond. Students assist the school as readers, cantors, extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion, and altar servers at the various school liturgies and prayer services. Campus Ministry, and its faculty team, also organizes and facilitates all class retreats and the Kairos Retreat Program.  Campus Ministry coordinates daily prayer, and seasonal prayer services for the entire school community. We offer service opportunities throughout the year and in the summer, with Ora et Labora, our service week for both ladies and gentlemen.
  • Cedar Street Players - Theatre Group

    Cedar Street Players is a group that produces a Fall play and a Spring musical. This group is made up of singers, dancers, actors, and tech crew members. It rehearses multiple days a week after school. Members of this group do not need previous experience in theater. Membership is open to anyone who is willing to try.  Our productions have grown in popularity and sell out shows on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of show weekend.
  • Chess Club

    Chess Club offers students a skills activity that is both entertaining and educational. The club is open to students of all skill levels. Tournaments and competitive play are available to all members. Students not only play chess on the traditional chess board but, they are also given the opportunity to experience 3D chess on their iPads as well as competition from outside competitors.
  • Chorus/Viking Voices

    Vikings Voices is the student chorus group of the school. Students in the group rehearse together for music performances in the school and around the community. Participation helps students gain an appreciation for the arts and develop a sense of teamwork and self-confidence.  Membership is open to all students, and freshmen who enjoy singing are encouraged to participate. All members have the opportunity to audition for the Delaware All-State High School Chorus. Several recent Viking alums have earned a place on this prestigious chorus. In addition to various concerts and appearances at school and around the community, many members of the group also sing at school Masses and prayer services, as well as the All-Catholic Christmas Concert in December.
  • Classic Video Game Club

    In Classic Video Game Club, students step back in time and take a nostalgic journey through the golden era of gaming. Relive the magic of pixelated adventures, iconic characters, and unforgettable soundtracks that defined the gaming landscape.  Immerse yourself in the enchanting worlds of timeless classics like Super Mario Bros., The Legend of Zelda, Pac-Man, Tetris, and Sonic the Hedgehog. Whether you're a seasoned gamer or a curious newcomer, our club is the perfect place to discover, discuss, and celebrate the games that shaped an entire generation.  Experience the thrill of retro gaming where you can compete against fellow students in epic battles for high scores and bragging rights. Share your gaming stories, tips, and tricks, and swap cartridges or discs to expand your collection.
  • Coding

  • Coffeehouse Band

  • Craft Club

    Craft Club allows Vikings to dive into a world of endless possibilities. From paper crafts and knitting to woodworking and jewelry making, our art teacher will inspire and guide you every step of the way. Share your knowledge, learn new techniques, and uncover hidden talents as we explore different mediums and projects together.  In Craft Club, we believe that crafting is not just about the end result, but also about the joy of the process. It's a space where you can escape the daily routine, unwind, and let your artistic spirit soar. Connect with like-minded individuals, forge lasting friendships, and bond over a shared passion for creating beautiful things.
  • Cybersecurity

  • Delaware Young Playwrights

    The mission of Delaware Theatre Company's Delaware Young Playwrights Festival (DYPF) is to provide students with an authentic audience for their creative writing and teachers with an innovative literacy program. Guided by passion and  professionalism, DYPF uses educational resources, interactive workshops, personal feedback to every playwright, and public performances to engage students in the art of theater through the act of writing a play. Both competitive and cooperative, DYPF fosters, respects, and celebrates the voices of young writers.  Students at St. Elizabeth will work with the moderator to craft their original pieces to then submit to the DYPF each year.  
  • Dungeons & Dragons

    Do you have a knack for fantasy and imagination?  Do you enjoy creative writing/storytelling?  Then this is the club for you as this fantasy tabletop role-playing game allows you to do just that!  Participants create their own character to embark on the adventures in a creative setting.  A veteran player, or Dungeon Master, leads the group through their story and will serve as a referee in the various battles, challenges, expeditions, or dilemmas presented in the game.  You could be the next Dungeon Master, the journey starts now!
  • Environmental Stewards

    The Environmental Club encourages students to develop an appreciation for nature. Through publicity and work-action, the group fosters the school's sustainable use of resources. The school's Delaware Adopt-a-Highway cleanup is performed multiple times each school year. The group also explores green lifestyles, makes homemade soaps, plants flowers, and takes nature walks.
  • Envirothon Club

    The Environthon is an environmental science competition held in the spring for all Delaware schools. Students participate in an integrated exploration of five natural resource areas: aquatic ecology, forestry, land use, wildlife and renewable energy. Students test their creativity, critical thinking, and teamwork by solving problems in a competitive format. Teams work in the field at rotating testing stations answering questions, solving problems and presenting researched material. During the competition, students work with experts and specialists who help further their knowledge of the subject. Five Saturdays are required for training with state teams and experts in the field.

  • Freshman Acclimation

    Recognizing the transition from junior high/elementary school to high school can present a whole host of feelings and anxieties for students.  Freshman Acclimation is designed to ease the transition and some of those feelings for our Vikings.  All freshmen are placed in this group and will encounter activities such as time management evaluations, organizational skills, identifying who they want to be in this new environment, learning about our Viking Pride, goal setting, gaining insight to our Benedictine Charism, amongst many other topics.  This offering is co-taught by a school counselor and our Dean of Student Life. 
  • Future Teachers

    Future Teachers is a great opportunity for those interested in or willing to explore an exciting career in education. This club, open to all high school students, helps craft a toolbox of resources and skills that will certainly be beneficial for a future career working with children, but also strong general life skills.  This group also provides leadership opportunities as our Vikings lead and run various activities with the younger students. High school students strive to make a difference in the lives of our elementary school students by reading books, assisting with lessons, tutoring, and leading crafts.
  • Girls in STEM

    Girls in STEM is an empowering and inclusive high school club dedicated to fostering a passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics among young women. With a focus on promoting gender equity in traditionally male-dominated fields, this club provides a supportive and engaging environment for girls to explore and excel in STEM subjects. The focus of this club will be discussion amongst peers, presenters from females in the STEM field, and an exploration of opportunities that females have within the field.
  • Hispanic Culture Club

  • International Club

    The mission of the International Club is to provide educational opportunities outside of the classroom for students interested in learning about culture and communities around the world. Our members are welcome to share their personal experiences living or traveling in another country or express their curiosity to gain an international view of the world. All students are welcome!
  • Italian Club

    This club strives to celebrate Italian culture and language.  During their meetings, they are exposed to various words and phrases that are helpful in basic communication.  Additionally they explore the culture through songs, food, and cultural traditions that the Italian community hold so dear to them. 
  • Lego League & Lego Robotics

  • Literary Magazine

    The staff of the Literary Magazine, the student literary and art magazine, accepts for publication writing pieces, photographs and artwork submitted by students.  The staff of the magazine is responsible for collecting and editing submissions as well as doing the digital layout of the print and online magazine.  All students are invited to submit artwork, poetry, short stories, essays, photographs, and art for consideration.  Cedar Street is published each spring.
  • Math League

    The Math League is a club organized for students who enjoy mathematics and problem solving. Students are given the opportunity to test their skills against students from local schools.

    There are two high school leagues: one for 9th grade students and one for 10th-12th grade students. Junior high students compete on 7th and 8th grade teams. Membership is open to all students in the respective classes. Practice sessions are held to help prepare students to represent St. Elizabeth at regional meets. Four meets are held from November to February. Teams and individuals qualify for the state invitational in Dover based on regional performances.

  • Mock Trial

    Mock Trial is a challenging, nation-wide competition in which students portray attorneys and witnesses in arguing a legal case before a judge and a jury made up of lawyers. This educational program is a unique opportunity for students to learn the principles of the American judiciary system.

    Mock Trial is open to all students in all grade levels. Students portraying attorneys must become familiar with the legal aspects of the case and courtroom protocol. They must develop skill in questioning witnesses and in stating their case to the jury. Those portraying witnesses must learn the witness roles thoroughly, grasp the legal issues involved, and display the acting skills necessary to make believable witnesses. The team is assisted by an experienced attorney-advisor.

    Competition is held in the New Castle County Court House at the end of February. They compete in preliminary rounds on Friday and Saturday with the opportunity to proceed to the state championship round Saturday afternoon. The top team in Delaware goes to the National Mock Trial competition in May.

  • Motorcycle Santa

    This club partners with an organization that was established by some of our Viking alumni.  Various events are organized and run leading up to the Christmas holiday which collect children’s presents and donations which in turn are used to purchase items on Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald House of Delaware wish lists.  Motorcycle Santa suits up every year, pulling a life sized, custom fabricated sleigh attached to the rear of his motorcycle.  Our group serves as his elves especially when loading the toys into his sleigh at Santa’s Workshop on Cedar Street. 
  • National History Day (NHD)

    A world leader in history and civics education, National History Day® is a nonprofit education organization improving the teaching and learning of history.  NHD’s core program is its competition in which students in grades 6–12 choose a topic and dive deeply into the past by conducting extensive research in libraries, archives, and museums. They then present their conclusions and evidence through papers, exhibits, performances, documentaries, or websites, moving through a series of contest levels where they are evaluated by professional historians and educators. Through this process, students develop skills in communication, project management, and historical thinking. Come share your love for history with this group. 
  • National Honor Society

    St. Elizabeth High School maintains a chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS). Junior and senior students who have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher are eligible scholastically for the school's chapter of the National Honor Society. Students are also judged on leadership qualities, character traits, service to others, positive attitude, good citizenship in the school and outside community.
  • Outdoor Games

    This club is a fan favorite as it allows students to get outside and share some friendly competition.  Outdoor Games is open to a variety of games and activities such as Kan Jam, dodgeball, basketball, four square, wiffle ball, Gaga pit, pickleball, and much more.  Although the premise of the club is to be outside playing games, if the weather is not cooperative on a given day they will relocate to the St. E Center gym for some indoor activities. 
  • Peer Tutoring

    Peer Tutoring is a bridge program that pairs NHS students with other high school students to serve as mentors.  The high school students strive to make a difference in the lives of their assigned students through academics, organization, friendship, and confidence. The program gives high school students an opportunity to experience the fundamentals of a future career dealing with children.
  • Pep Club

    Along with planning Spirit Week and hosting the Homecoming Dance in the fall, Pep Club is responsible for generating enthusiasm and school spirit throughout the year. The club's goal is to develop and foster a sense of pride and excitement within the school's sporting events, holidays, and other notable events.

  • Philosophy Club

    An informal weekly gathering to discuss and debate great ideas. Topics change week-to-week based on student interest, and the environment remains friendly with open dialogue. If you're interested in gaining new skills around breaking down big ideas and debating with logic and clear thinking, join us in the Philosophy Club.
  • Photography

    Photography Club allows students to embark on a visual journey like no other! Whether you're an experienced photographer or a passionate beginner, our club is the perfect place to explore, learn, and share your love for capturing moments through the lens.  Our club fosters a sense of community where members can exchange ideas, gain inspiration, and improve their skills together.  Expand your creative horizons as we delve into various genres of photography, including landscapes, portraits, wildlife, street photography, and more. Share your work and receive constructive feedback through our friendly critique sessions, where we celebrate the diversity of styles and perspectives within our club.
  • Ping Pong Club

    The Ping Pong Club offers students a skills activity that is both entertaining and challenging. Competition is designed for individual contests as well as tournament style.  Matches are for singles and doubles.  Students in all grades are eligible for the club but enrollment is limited due to equipment restrictions.
  • Podcasts & Broadcasting

  • Power Tools R Us

  • Scholastica

    Scholastica is a program that aids students with learning profiles or who are seeking additional academic supports from our School Counseling Department or student leaders within the program.  Resources and educational tools are introduced to students such as graphic organizers, Cornell note taking, chunking material or assignments, and time management skills.    

  • Science Olympiad

    Science Olympiad provides students with an opportunity to develop analytical and problem-solving skills. Following guidelines from the Delaware State Science Olympiad, students select projects that match their interests and conduct research and design solutions in preparation for those particular events. Their solutions are brought to the statewide competition in the spring. Our Science Olympiad members have won multiple awards and medals for their efforts in the various competitions.
  • Scrabble

    In Scrabble Club words come alive and strategic minds collide! Whether you're a seasoned wordsmith or just starting your linguistic journey, our club is the perfect place to indulge in the joy of wordplay and expand your vocabulary.  At the Scrabble Club, we gather a community of enthusiastic players who share a passion for this classic board game. Our meetings are filled with friendly competition, laughter, and a sense of camaraderie. Players of all skill levels are welcome, and we offer a supportive environment where everyone can learn, improve, and have a great time.
  • Service Group

    Students who wish to assist with small service projects around St. Elizabeth campus - school and parish - are welcome to join this group. Students will receive service hours for the projects completed as a result of this Service Group.  Projects could include cleaning of the pews in church, landscaping, cleaning trash from the surrounding streets, etc. 
  • Shadow Stations

    Every year our student body prepares for the start of Easter break by gathering together to remember the last moments of Jesus' human life on Good Friday. A group of high school students prepare for three silhouette-style portrayals of the Stations of the Cross. We have opportunities for more than a dozen roles. No prior acting experience necessary.
  • Smart Drive

    SmartDrive is a Junior/Senior activity that works with young drivers to help them make the right decisions every time they are behind the wheel of their car so they will never put themselves, their passengers or their vehicles in harm’s way.  The heart of the program is an online instructional program that is available to all high school students regionally. Students complete three monthly “modules” that include objective true/false, multiple choice, and essay questions presented in an entertaining and challenging multimedia format. Students accumulate points as they complete the various sections. The winning student in each region in each school year receives a $2,000 post-secondary scholarship. Other students receive cash and merchandise prizes. The three schools with the highest percentage of participation in each region will win cash awards to be used for prom-related expenses.
  • Sports Debate

    This is the perfect place to engage in lively discussions and debates about various sports topics. Whether you're passionate about football, basketball, soccer, softball, or any other sport, we're here to explore different perspectives and exchange ideas. Please feel free to raise a sports-related topic or ask a specific question to initiate a debate. Let the discussions begin!
  • Stage Crew

    Stage Crew members operate light and sound equipment in the auditorium, gym, and elsewhere as needed. They assist with the production of the Variety Show, Fall Theatrical Production, Spring Musical, assemblies, pep rallies, etc. setting up and handling all equipment. Members gain practical knowledge and experience with technology and practices of theater operations.
  • Stock Market Game

    Interested in investing in the stock market? Curious how it all works? Stock Market Club gathers those interested in learning how the markets rise and fall based on trends, consumer interest, and even natural disasters. Join our simulation game and watch your investments grow (hopefully). Informal setting, relaxed learning environment.
  • Student Leadership Group (SLG)

    The Student Leadership Group (SLG) serves as the liaison between the faculty and the student body and helps to foster harmony within the school community. The SLG helps the administration to set school policy by giving input on matters such as uniform codes, assemblies, cafeteria menu, dress down days, discipline, etc.

    Students, grades 9-12, are elected by peers and faculty. SLG sponsors or participates in school activities including Catholic Schools Week, hallway decorating, school representation in community/diocesan functions, Freshman orientation nights, Homecoming and Spirit Week activities, and Open House.

  • Student Publications

    The staff of Cedar Street the student literary and art magazine, accepts for publication writing pieces, photographs and artwork submitted by students.  The staff of the magazine is responsible for collecting and editing submissions as well as doing the digital layout of the print and online magazine.  All students are invited to submit artwork, poetry, short stories, essays, photographs, and art for consideration.  Cedar Street is published each spring.
    The Magnificat is  the school yearbook designed and published each year by the students in the MultiMedia Yearbook/Journalism class. Student editors are responsible for choosing the theme and cover of the book and for the design and digital layout of the photographs, artwork, and text which comprise the book.
  • Student Techs

    Student techs have two main objectives. The first is to be able to troubleshoot and support technology on campus and the school's information systems. Instruction includes working on PCs, iPads, servers, and some network design. The second goal is to expose students to the technologies they're interested in and discuss technology topics.
  • Summer Service

    To acknowledge the Benedictine pillar of Dignity of Work, St. E offers - Ora et Labora.  This is our one week summer service program each year for any Viking student.  Traditionally the week takes place shortly after the end of the school year through mid-June.  Students who are currently in their sophomore or junior year are eligible for application to the summer program.  The program runs during the day and is held on campus.  The summer service program is coordinated by St. E staff and complete various tasks on campus to help out the St. E school and greater community.  Completion of the program fulfills 30 service hours of the 60-hour graduation requirement.  
  • Trivia Club

    Trivia Club is where knowledge is power and fun is guaranteed! Each session will provide brain-teasing trivia that will put your wits to the test. Whether you're a trivia novice or a seasoned pro, our diverse range of questions will challenge and entertain you.  Gather your friends, form a team, and prepare to battle it out in a friendly competition of wit and wisdom. From pop culture and history to science and sports, our trivia covers a wide array of topics, ensuring there's something for everyone.  Our experienced quizmaster, or moderator, will guide you through a series of thought-provoking rounds, keeping the energy high and the excitement flowing. Engage in lively discussions, share in the thrill of victory, and revel in the camaraderie of like-minded trivia enthusiasts.
  • True Crime

  • Variety Show

    The annual Variety Show is a student produced talent show that showcases the school's activities and individual or group talents. School groups like the Cheerleaders and Theatre Company perform along with individual acts that include singing, dancing, martial arts, animation, commercials, comedic skits, or playing instruments. This talent show is open to students of all grades. The performance is conducted during the school day for the student body just before Christmas break.
  • Viking Ambassadors

    Viking Ambassadors represent St. Elizabeth School throughout the year at various school events, including Open House, middle school visits, new student orientation, and more. These students meet throughout the school year to plan and prepare for events and to brainstorm new ideas. Ambassadors are students who are eager to share what it truly means to be a member of VKNation!
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  • Viking Globetrotters

    Viking Globetrotters is our biennial international trip that allows our students to explore other countries during their spring break.  While in the other countries, students are immersed in the language, local food, culture, and customs.  Throughout the trip students visit well known landmarks and staple points of interest as well as visiting multiple religious venues to hold to our Benedictine charisms.  Some recent destinations include London, Italy, Greece, Spain, and Portugal.
  • Vikings in Action - Multiplying Good

    The Vikings in Action team represents Multiplying Good which is a youth leadership program that comes underneath the national Jefferson Awards Foundation. Their youth program challenges students to think big, choose their own public service project to share with the entire school and broader communities. St. E's VIA team recognizes students annually for outstanding service in their local community, offers service opportunities for current students, and creates occurrences for leadership development. Some of the group's fundraisers and events include participation in:

    To Write Love On Her Arms- an organization that provides hope for those suffering from depression, addiction, self-injury, or suicide, Harper’s Heart - which collects baby related items for new and expecting mothers in the Wilmington area, and various food collections throughout the year.  Our Vikings In Action team continually received a Gold Banner as a result of their efforts compiled in their end of year survey and presentation.  They have also been regional winners in past years who go on to represent Delaware in the national competition.

  • VK News

    This is our student run talk show that is presented at Monday Morning Assemblies.  The hosts will interview key players that represent club events, athletic teams, or general activities that are happening around St. E campus.  Not only are there student hosts, but all of the filming, editing, and production is student driven.
  • Yearbook

    The Magnificat is the school yearbook designed and published each year by the students. Student editors are responsible for choosing the theme and cover of the book and for the design and digital layout of the photographs, artwork, and text which comprise the book. 

Partnering Groups & Organizations for community service or outreach:

  • Blue Gold & DFRC
  • Martin’s House & Barn
  • Catholic Charities
  • Ministry of Caring
  • Harper’s Heart
  • Food Bank of Delaware
  • Blood Bank of Delmarva
  • Motorcycle Santa
  • Christiana Care Cancer Research Center (Helen F. Graham Center)
  • My Sister’s Keeper Community Center
  • Kingswood Community Center
  • Leukemia Research Foundation of Delaware
  • 3B: Brae’s Brown Bags

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    Jordan Ashby 

    Dean of Student Life, Science Teacher, Head Soccer Coach