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Clubs & Activities

Extracurricular activities and clubs are a wonderful way for students to explore different types of activities and disciplines outside of the structured academic environment.  Clubs and after school activities provide students with opportunities to meet new peers in different grade levels while investigating new interests and strengthening social and emotional skills and behaviors.
All Saints offers a myriad of clubs with the mission to help students grow as individuals, in fun and constructive ways. Please click on the club, or activity to get more information.
* Clubs and activities are added or subtracted depending on the interest of our school families.
Running Club
Through our Running Club students and families will experience enjoyment in physical activity, team unity, and goal completion. As a club we will strive to represent our school and serve in the community.

Running Club Documents

4H Club Logo
We are excited to be announce that All Saints has joined the Diocese of Fort Worth-Tarrant County 4-H Club! 


“Where The FUN Begins!!!”

Clover Kids is a FUN 4-H program for children in kindergarten through second grade. Children participate in hands-on activities designed to build lots of different life skills!
The purpose of the 4-H Clover Kids Program is to help youth learn social skills, reinforce formal school programs through informal, non-competitive experiential projects and activities, develop self-esteem and build family strengths.The goal is to promote children’s positive development through cooperative learning and developmentally appropriate activities.

Enrollment Information

Clover kids are youth who are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten on September 1st of the current 4-H year and have not entered the 3rd grade on September 1st.  Clover Kids will sign up on Texas 4-H Connect ( but there is NO CHARGE for their membership. 

Community/Project Clubs

Clover Kids attend regular 4-H Club meetings just like other 4-H members, they are part of the 4-H Club in all aspects.  Clover Kids are not eligible to serve as a club or county officer.


The goal of 4-H is to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills of youth through experimental learning programs and a positive youth development approach. Though typically thought of as an agriculturally focused organization as a result of its history, 4-H today focuses on citizenship, healthy living, science, engineering, and technology programs. Our 4-H club looks forward to completeing at least one service project every year in order to help serve and give back to our community!

Enrollment Information

4-H Club members are youth who are eligible to enroll in 3rd grade on September 1st of the current 4-H year.  4-H Club members will sign up on Texas 4-H Connect ( and there is a $30 registration fee.  When you create a new account as a new member, you must choose "Fort Worth Diocese Tarrant County 4-H" as the club name and you can sign-up for whichever projects your child is interested in completing.


Parents and welcome (and encourage) to volunteer as project leaders!

if you are interested in helping as a project leader, parents should register the same way as 4-H Club members (see directions above, except select 4-H After School as your Volunteer Project). You should have one account per family, and then click “add family member” to the first account to register additional parents, or guardians. Parent volunteers must be current on their VIRTUS training, and the membership fee is $10.

Community/Project Clubs

4-H Club members attend regular meetings and participate in a variety of projects.  


You can learn more about the Texas 4-H projects here:

Spelling Club is open to 12 students 4th - 8th. We will meet every Monday in the computer lab from 3:30 - 4:00/4:15. In addition to preparing for the school and class spelling bees, we will be learning words from the Scripps National Spelling Bee, engaging in paired spelling practice, and playing fun spelling games.
Little Flowers Girls’ Club® is a Catholic club for girls ages 5 and up that teaches virtues through scripture, saints’ biographies and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Based on the 1906 Catholic classic The Catholic Girls’ Guide by Fr. F.X. Lasance, and the spirituality of St. Thérése, the Little Flower of Liseux.  This is a beautiful, authentically Catholic program, that instills in our girls a love of our Catholic Faith.  Little Flowers Girls’ Club® program consists of four years of study: Wreaths I, II, III and IV. Each Wreath consists of nine virtues.

The Little Flowers Club meets on Mondays from 3:45pm-4:30pm in the computer lab.
Club Coordinator: Raquel Rosales

Want to Join Little Flowers Girls’ Club®? CLICK HERE

Want to learn more about Little Flowers Girls’ Club®? CLICK HERE


Little Flowers Club    Little Flowers Club

What is it? It’s an afterschool club where we meet up to play chess! Don’t know how to play?  We’ll teach you!!!
Who can join? 2nd-8th graders
When is it?   Wednesdays @ 3:45-4:30 pm
Where is it? Mr. Gillen’s classroom (Rm. 306)
Club Coordinators: Dr. Zepeda & Mr. Gillen
If God is love, what does God look like to you?
This was the question that C21's Drawing God asked students for their Valentine's Day Card Contest.  The artwork created by our 4th-8th grade students was so inspiring that we created a Student Art Exhibit so show off their work.
CLICK HERE to view the "For the LOVE of GOD" Student Art Exhibit
For more information about Drawing God, please visit their website: