Musical theatre is a great way for your student to branch out and try something new. Our musical theatre program performs a production every year during the spring semester. This year our production is The Sound of Music!
Drum line is a great opportunity for your student to learn an instrument. Our drum line performs at pep rallies, sporting events, and school programs.
Students will learn and assist with the daily tasks of the library and librarian. Students will check books in and out and also re-shelve books. Students will also have the opportunity to read books to our elementary students during library hours.
Navigating American Culture Through the Christian Perspective
In this club, students will revisit classic films, poetry, and visual representations of various historical eras and their influence on America through a Christian perspective.
Debate is a great opportunity to learn and create effective arguments in a discussion setting. Students will develop analytical skills while discussing current events and relevant topics.
With Choir, students have the opportunity to receive musical training including solfege, sight reading, rhythm, patterns, harmony, and healthy singing on key. The choir also performs at every school program.
Your student can showcase their creativity through a variety of media. In Art, students will develop their understanding of color perspective, shape, and presentation by drawing, painting, and sculpting.
In 4‑H, students complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles.