It’s another great day to be a Bolt!
Beyond the game-winning basketballs and go-ahead goals and gold-medal performances, there is the glory of using your God-given and nurtured athletic talent.
Pius X High School offers 19 sports over three seasons. Playing sports has many benefits, including learning the value of hard-work, teamwork, sportsmanship and discipline. Our athletic coaches encourage students to play multiple sports throughout the school year for health and strategy benefits.
Student-athletes and coaches of Pius X wrestling attended a summer camp at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.
Caroline Theil (200 Individual Medley & 100 Fly) and Katie Stonehocker (100 Breaststroke) have been officially named as All Americans by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA). Theil, a 2018 graduate, earned the honor in...
Q&A with Michael Helman '15 Michael Helman was an All-state baseball player at Pius X High School, where we graduated from in 2015. After not receiving any Division I scholarship offers after high school, Helman seized...
Pius X Athletic Department announced Wednesday that George O'Boyle will retire as head coach of Pius X track & field, and longtime assistant Bill Rice will take over the position. Coach O’Boyle's teams earned 15 District...
**Physicals required for all sports
The Birth of the ‘Bolt
“All of a sudden all of us in the car focused in on a force of nature to properly let everybody know the force of the student body of this new school. No, not “thunderhead,” that just did not sound right – but, THUNDERBOLT – that had a great sound to it.”
Theo the mascot
Theo the Thunderbolt has been given an upgrade. The ThunderBOLT Fun Run committee – helped by staff, volunteers and students – guided the design process, and Theo made his initial debut at the August 2017 ThunderBOLT Fun Run!
How to refer to our school
Pius X High School has established brand guides to consistently identify our school, logo and teams. Out of respect, we ask all individuals and organizations follow these basic guidelines. See our complete brand guide.
- Our official name is Pius X High School (please remember to include the ‘X’). All references (first, second and beyond) shall include Pius X.
- When speaking, the ‘X’ is pronounced ‘the Tenth,’ and NOT as merely ‘X’. This represents our namesake saint, Pope Pius X (as he was the tenth pope with the Pius name).
- Our official mascot is the Thunderbolts.
- Our official logo is picture at right. The only color change option is to gray/black/white when necessary.