Clubs & Organizations

BLAZE is a Walking with Purpose ministry that was created to counteract the way society drives girls to question their true worth and beauty. Through BLAZE, we emphasize how a girl’s identity is rooted in Christ as God’s chosen, beloved daughter. An antidote to bullying, anxiety, and body-image issues, BLAZE replaces lies with truth and strengthens girls from the inside out through Scripture-based learning.
Cub Scouts

You’ll have lots of fun, adventure, and activities with your den and pack. But there’s more to it than that. Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs.


D.A.R.E. is the national symbol for the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program which, in partnership with police officers, parents and schools is in use throughout the United States.  Assumption partners with local police agencies for this program each year in 5th grade.

Lego & Robotics Club

FIRST® LEGO® League introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants from grades 4 through 6 gain real-world problem solving experience through a guided, global robotics program. Our three divisions inspire youth to experiment and grow their critical thinking, coding, and design skills through hands-on STEM learning and robotics.

Math Club

Under the direction of Mrs. Rybicki, Math Club is where kids of all ages can gather and play math games.


MATHCOUNTS is a national program supported by the National Association of Professional Engineers, National council of Teachers of Mathematics, Texas Instruments and Ford Motor Company.  Student Math skills are challenged in a fun, nonthreatening and cooperative environment.  The culminating activity is a charter competition in February at Grand Valley State University.

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad tournaments are rigorous academic interscholastic competitions that consist of a series of team events, which students prepare for during the year.  ABVM is in Region 12 which competes at Grand Valley State University at one of the nation’s largest tournaments.

Student Council

The ABVM School Student Council encourages leadership through service. Two representatives from each grade are elected from grades five through eight. This group of elected students serve as communicators, leaders, and organizers. Responsibilities include representing the student body, coordinating student activities, and facilitating community service projects. Leadership development with a Catholic compass is the primary purpose of the ABVM Student Council.


  • World Food Day – food drive and delivery
  • Thanksgiving – food drive and delivery
  • Advent Toys for Tots – toy collection, delivery, school representation on live TV
  • Lent – Service Project
  • Clothing Collections