We are blessed to have a strong relationship with our sister school, Rosary Academy in Fullerton. Many of their after-school sports and activities take place on Servite’s campus, including the use of our new Fr. Fitzpatrick Aquatic Center, track & field facilities, and the Anaheim Center for the Performing Arts at Servite.
Some of our combined activities include:
- Welcome Back dance (casual)
- Homecoming (semi-formal)
- Winter Formal (semi-formal)
- Spring Fest (casual, themed)
- MORP (casual)
- Prom (formal)
PAL (Peer Assisted Leadership) trains members in leadership and communication skills, conflict mediation, and decision making. Members use these skills to help their peers in a supportive environment.
Robotic's TEAM 3309 Participation in FIRST allows Servite and Rosary students to utilize and broaden their understanding of today’s technology. It gives them the opportunity to apply their knowledge of mathematics and science. We lead by example. It is a concept of leadership that distinguishes us from other teams.
TACSC (The Association of Catholic Student Councils) provides leadership training for Rosary and Servite ASB leaders, who then offer a middle-school leadership training workshop held on the Rosary campus.
Spirit Squad: Rosary’s cheer and dance teams are also part of Servite’s Spirit Squad, who cheer for football games and various Servite events.
Every 15 Minutes is held every other year to bring awareness to juniors and seniors about the dangers of drinking and distracted driving.
Freshman Welcome Picnic & Dance encourages new students from Rosary and Servite and to meet new friends within the community. ASB students from both schools lead fun ice-breaker activities and games.
Senior Grad Night is a party celebrating graduation from Rosary and Servite.
Homecoming Rally and Game: cap off a week of spirited fun at Servite’s football homecoming game.
Junior High Retreats are led by campus ministry students from Rosary & Servite.