Atonement Lutheran School encourages students to participate in activities outside the classroom and strives to provide an array of options. We strongly believe that being involved in your community has many benefits, and we want our students to have a well rounded experience here. Participating in activities allows students to discover and explore new talents, pursue hobbies that increase learning and growth, push boundaries and challenges them to try new things. Involvement teaches students to work as a team and learn how to be coached. And, of course, physical movement is always beneficial!
Atonement has a comprehensive school sports program. We regard academics as the primary function and a secondary goal to offer a full sports program. Eligibility for any of the team sports is dependent upon maintaining grade and disciplinary requirements. The primary emphasis of our sports programs is on building a winning and cooperative team spirit. No players are cut from the team roster and all players see action in the junior games. Senior teams have starters and reserves.
- Flag Football
- Soft Ball
- Cabbage Ball
The Band Program at Atonement introduces students in Grades 5-8 to a variety of instruments and teaches basic playing skills. The band performs at various events throughout the school year including, The Talent Show, church services, Veteran's Day celebration and basketball games.
The Crusader Choir is comprised of students in grades 6th through 8th. They sing at chapel, church services and at various events throughout the Greater NOLA community. Such events include Celebration in the Oaks, caroling at local nursing homes and hospitals. Practices are held during school, but many performances occur outside the regular school hours.
In addition to singing events, the Crusader Choir produces a Spring musical and dinner theater. In past years, they have done Music Man, Alice in Wonderland and this year's event will be Beauty & The Beast. The choir attends a weekend retreat in the Spring prior to the musical production.
Hosanna Choir is the introduction to choir at Atonement and begins in 3rd grade. They sing at chapel, church services and at the Talent Show in the Spring.
The Handbell program consists of students in Grades 3-8. This group practices before school once a week. They perform at chapel and church services.
Atonement offers both girls and boy scouting opportunities. Scouting helps young people develop physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually. Being involved in scouting builds confidence and self esteem, encourages life long learning and leadership skills. Not to mention, the fun of scouting -- team building and outdoor adventure!