Students enjoy and are challenged by a variety of curriculum programs and extracurricular activities. All students are given lessons in Spanish, music history and music intrusions. M.U.S.E. (Musical Understanding through Sound Education) is available for those students interested in musical instrument training. Students have the opportunity to serve on the Student Council, participate in the Parish Peninsula Sports League, become altar servers, learn in the state-of-the-art science and mobile computer labs, join the Children’s Choir, and, as 8th graders, join the Cheer Squad. Students also prepare for and participate in a variety of academic contests such as writing contests, local and county Science Fairs, geography and spelling bees. They may serve as Safety Guards and help their fellow students a tutors.
All students become part of a school “Family” consisting of a student from each grade level, which remains fixed throughout their time at St. Veronica. These “families” participate in a variety of activities such as making Easter baskets for the homeless and sitting together at masses.