St. Rita Catholic School strives to offer a wide range of extracurricular activities to enhance the curriculum as well as the social and physical development of each child. These activities can vary from year to year depending on factors such as student interest, parent volunteers, facility availability, staff supervision, etc. Spanish foreign language, music, physical education, technology, art, and daily religion classes are a part of the curriculum within the normal school day for all students.
Art Club is an after-school program provided for interested students in grades four through eight. The participants investigate art concepts, theory, skills, and media to develop an appreciation for art in all its forms.
Engineering & Robotics Club
National Junior Honor Society
Private Schools Interscholastic Association (PSIA)
Boys in grades 1-5 can join Cub Scouts for camping, fishing, pinewood derby, boat races, and community service activities in fun and adventurous settings. In Boy Scouts, boys in grades 6-12 learn and build leadership skills through organizing monthly campouts, performing community service, staying active through sports and games, exploring careers, and taking responsibility for their personal advancement.
Girls K-12th grade can join this Christian girls' scouting organization that focuses on faith, service, and fun. Girls earn badges, work in teams, and develop leadership skills through participation in our program. St. Maria Goretti charters Troop TX1508, which St. Rita students are specifically invited to join.
An archery range located in east Fort Worth is open on Saturdays for ages 4-adult. Classes and equipment available for this fun activity! Free family days are offered quarterly.
Children of all ages are invited to play sports at the YMCA. St. Rita students usually live closest to the Eastside YMCA but additional branches are located all over Fort Worth. Seasonal sports are offered year-round including soccer, basketball, and flag football.