St. Mary’s School sports teams compete in the highly competitive Augusta-Aiken Middle School League. Fifth through eighth grade students with qualifying academics and discipline records may participate.

Please note, some teams may require tryouts. 

Fall Sports


Girls in grades 5-8, tryouts required


Boys and girls in grades 5-8


Boys and girls in grades 5-8

Cross Country

Boys and girls in grades 5-8

Winter Sports


Boys and girls in grades 5-8, tryouts required for A and B teams


Girls in grades 5-8


Boys and girls in grades 5-8


Boys and girls in grades 5-8

Spring Sports


Boys and girls in grades 5-8, tryouts required

Track and Field

Boys and girls in grades 5-8

Clubs, Choir & Student Council

In addition to Athletics, St. Mary’s School offer several clubs and extracurricular activities for students to show off their talents, learn valuable skills, and contribute to their school and greater community.

National Junior Beta Club
The National Junior Beta Club supports academic excellence, fosters and develops leadership, and aids in character development by encouraging individual achievement as well as community service. Junior Beta Club membership is open to all students in grades 6-8 who maintain an average of at least a B- (83) in each academic subject.

Yearbook Club
The Yearbook Club is open to 6th-8th grade students. Club members learn basic digital design in a web-based program and are responsible for the layout of the yearbook as well as ad sales.

School Choir
Students in the 3rd through 8th grades may try out for the Youth Choir which has a maximum of 25 members due to space in the choir loft. Auditions are held at the beginning of each school year. Choir members sing weekly at our school Mass on Wednesdays and have an opportunity to cantor for the Responsorial and the Alleluia each week at our school mass. Choir members also sing special songs during our Christmas and Patriotic programs. Practices are held once a week before school.

Student Council
Student council helps to promote a Christian atmosphere in the school, a harmonious relationship between the faculty and the student body, and the general welfare of the school and its organizations. Students in the 6th through 8th grades may run for a student council position.