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About the Catholic Youth Organization
The Catholic Youth Organization enriches families and strengthens communities across southeast Michigan through youth programs that embrace the love and example of Jesus Christ.
CYO was founded in 1933 to help metropolitan Detroit’s young people live clean, wholesome lives, regardless of their religious faith, their racial or ethnic background or their day-to-day living conditions. CYO believes positive boys and girls grow into strong Christian leaders who build healthy communities. Over the last 79 years CYO has improved the lives of literally millions of our young people, and the resulting impact on our community’s health has been immense. CYO’s programs reach across religious, geographic, racial, gender and generational lines.
CYO believes in becoming a life-long partner with our community’s youth … it gives them the resources that help them grow spititually, enjoy their own youth, it teaches them to become our community’s future leaders and, after they’re grown, it encourages them to work with the next generation’s youth replicating this healthy process over and over again, throughout our community. That’s why we say, “CYO, a part of your life …all of your life!”
Over these 79 years CYO has responded to the changing needs of our youth and the communities in which they live. Many programs developed by the organization have been transferred to community organizations, different agencies, schools etc. as the organization moved on to address other issues. These programs have included a home for boys, settlement homes, teen clubs, boxing, day care services, substance abuse prevention services, community organizing, mediation/conflict resolution programs, bully prevention training and the list goes on. Currently, CYO is concentrating on our Athletics, Camps, Spiritual Scouting and Youth Leadership Development programs.
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Events of the Week
Next Dad’s Club Meeting
Tuesday, May 9th @ 7pm for food, 7:30 for the meeting at Stemville. We graciously thank our hosts at Stemville! 141 N Center St #201, Northville, MI 48167. https://www.stemvillemi.com/Read More
2020-2021 OLV Dads’ Club General Meetings
The Our Lady of Victory Dads Club is a volunteer organization dedicated to the support of athletic and other events for the members and students of Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church and School. All dads are welcome. All meetings will be held at Northville Sports Den in downtown Northville (near Northville Post Office) with the meeting…Read More
Fall Sports Registration
Information on Fall Sports Registration will be sent out soon. Please note that Football Registration will continue to be open for anyone that is still interested in participating. Please follow the link here: https://www.olvathletics.com/cougars-football/Read More
Coach Applicant Info.
Are you interested in joining the OLV CYO Athletics Program for an exciting coaching opportunity? We are now accepting applications for both Head and Assistant Coaches, provided applicants meet all requirements. All candidates must be at least 18 years of age as per CYO regulations, and complete a series of workshops including Protecting God's Children, Concussion Awareness and undergo Criminal Background screenings to ensure participant safety.
Please note that although submitting an application does not guarantee selection; if approved your term will last one season only with renewed applications required on annual basis regardless of prior experience.
About OLV Cougars
Since 1952, Our Lady of Victory School has provided an excellent Catholic education with rigorous academics, to ensure preparation for high school and beyond, for students in this region of the Archdiocese of Detroit.