Clavius Project SLUH Robotics Club's - Clavius Project, in partnership with Catholic middle schools provide after-school robotics training in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) subjects. The project addresses a critical need in the community with a lack of trained professionals in key science, technology, engineering and math disciplines, particularly from underserved areas of the city.

Students from Holy Cross attend an after school robotics class under the direction of Mr. Travis Tompson and Ms. Michelle Eveker.  They meet every Tuesday, September through January, and participate in the Robotics Jamboree one Saturday at SLUH.  Students from over 20 schools participate.  

The Clavius Project donates the Lego Mindstorm EV3 Robotics kits to the middle schools. After our excellent participation the first year, we received 4 new kits this year.

Holy Cross Academy won a gold banner during the 2016-2017 school year.