Grade 5 & 6 Athletics

Strathcona County Boys and Girls Club runs a Play Like the Pros basketball program for grades 5 and 6 on Fridays from 3:30-5:30 at St. Theresa.  Registration information for this program will be sent home via email a few weeks prior to the program start date (TBD at this time) and is limited in how many students are able to participate.


Curling - the curling team is open to all grades and runs from December to February every Tuesday after school.  The team participates in the division Bonspeil to end the program.

Grade 7 & 8 Athletics

St Theresa Catholic School belongs to the Elk Island Athletics Association in conjunction with Elk Island Public Schools. We participate in all of the EIAA coordinated activities.

  • Cross Country Running – September to October
  • Gr. 7/8 Volleyball (Boys and Girls) – September to November
  • Gr. 7/8 Basketball (Boys and Girls) – December to March
  • The St. Theresa Hawks also host the Hawks Winter Warm Up Basketball Tournament each year at the beginning of December
  • Curling - the curling team is open to all grades and runs from December to February  The team participates in a Bonspeil to end the program.
  • Gr. 7/8 Badminton - April
  • Badminton season runs during the spring and is open to junior high students.  The team consists of singles, doubles, and mixed doubles players.  
  • There is a possibility of a Golf Team as part of the EIAA for the 22-23 school year

Track and Field Information

St. Theresa School holds tryouts for our Track and Field Team at the beginning of May.  The team participates in the Knights of Columbus Track Meet held at the end of May, and athletes who place in their events also participate in a Zone Track and Field Event.  

Annual Ken Szopa Healthy Living Triathlon

Each year our grade 8 Sport Leadership class organizes the Ken Szopa Healthy Living Triathlon early in June.  Athletes from our Grade 7 and 8 Sport Performance Option and Sport for Life program participate in the triathlon and all of our students are invited and encouraged to be outside and cheer on the athletes as they reach the finish line.  Student Council was able to also provide a hot dog lunch for all of our students last year in conjunction with the triathlon to create a fantastic community spirit event for our whole school.