After school sports, clubs
and tutoring

After school, students have the opportunity to participate in diverse programming that supports their  academic and personal growth including sports, clubs, leadership opportunities and tutoring.


CYO Athletics Program

Students in grades three through eight have the opportunity to participate in girls and boys basketball, girls and boys soccer, and girls volleyball through the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Athletics leagues.

Need more Information?

Contact our Athletic Directors:

Boys Sports:

Mr. Jim Sanchez

Girls Sports:

Ms. Lissette Lopez



Student Council

Members of the Student Council serve the St. Peter's student community in leadership roles in collaboration with Principal and faculty moderators.  Our student leaders plan and implement community building and service activities to strengthen our school and our San Francisco community.  

Students in grades 3-8 are invited to run for class representative positions.  Students in grades 6-8 are invited to run for officer positions. 

Robotics Club

Middle school students are encouraged to participate in our Robotics Club after school. In November, the St. Peter's AzTECH Titans team participates in a First Lego Leagues Robotics Tournament.  This is an opportunity for students to learn critical thinking and collaborative skills with technology.

In November 2016, the St. Peter's team was given an award for outstanding teamwork and collaboration.  


University of San Francisco Tutoring Program

Students in grades 1-8 are invited to participate in a free tutoring program with students from the University of San Francisco.  This program is free, and students who need additional academic assistance in math and reading are referred by their homeroom teacher.


Computer Lab

Students in grades 3-8 can use the computers in the lab after school from 3-5 PM.  Mr. Minh Nguyen is available to help students with any projects that they need to complete using the technology available.  

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