Athletics, Extracurriculars & Service

MTMS offers a wide variety of sports programs, extracurricular activities and community service opportunities.


Extended School Day

MTMS’s extended day model gives our students an extensive support structure that enables them to grow and thrive. Throughout the year, there are roughly 40 enrichment opportunities available. Past enrichment electives have included: art, First Nations drumming and dancing, Battle of the Books, photography, entrepreneurship (Mother Teresa Engaging Community), inter-school sports activities (including volleyball, soccer, basketball and track), Chess Club, cooking, computer coding and much more.

Athletics – The MTMS Blues


Involvement in athletics and team sports encourages our students to be active and helps them to develop leadership skills and team work no matter their role on their team. MTMS participates in a number of extra-curricular sports as part of the Regina Catholic School (RCS) league. These include: aerial football, badminton, basketball, cross country, volleyball, track and field.

The Blues name originated in reference to the blue colour that is synonymous with Mother Teresa Sisters of Charity and the three stripes of blue that embody their habits. The winged "B" represents MTMS athletes. 

Buffalo Boys and First Nations Dancers

Learn more about the Buffalo Boys & First Nations Dancers

Summer Programming

The Summer Program is a critical component of Mother Teresa Middle School’s unique education model. The summer Land-Based Learning Retreat and programming provides optimized time for exploration, learning and enrichment. The summer programs are run by MTMS staff and volunteers. These programs ensure students’ experience hands on learning to reinforce the core curriculum and more notably, offer various avenues for enrichment through new experiences.

Community Involvement

Each student is expected to participate in community service events each year, learn about the social issues surrounding the initiatives they serve and reflect on their experiences.

Existing service partnerships include:

  • Eden Care Communities
  • MLT Aikins & the Regina Food Bank
  • Mother Teresa Engaging Community (MTEC), an after-school program that aims to provide support to initiatives around Regina