St. Francis of Assisi School provides a wide array of opportunities for students to engage in after-school activities, both within the school and the parish community. These opportunities are subject to change based on the interests and availability of resources. The school encourages active student participation in extracurricular pursuits, acknowledging the significance of a well-rounded education.
At St. Francis of Assisi School, students have access to a diverse range of after-school activities, which may include sports, arts, academic clubs, and community service initiatives. The school continuously adapts its offerings to cater to the evolving interests and availability of facilities and personnel.
By participating in these activities, students have the chance to explore their passions, develop new skills, and build meaningful connections with peers and community members. The collaborative environment between the school and parish further enhances the scope of opportunities available to students.
St. Francis of Assisi School values the holistic development of its students, recognizing that extracurricular engagement plays a vital role in nurturing their character and well-being. By fostering a culture of involvement, the school aims to instill a sense of responsibility, teamwork, and personal growth among its student body.
|Student Council ~ Grades 6-8 (by vote)
|Mrs. Amy Walsh
|Instrumental Music Club
|Band for Today
|Ms. Julie Lin
|Ms. Julie Lin
|SFA Student Choir ~ Grades 4-8
|Mr. David Rybczynski & Mrs. Doreen Williams
|Arts & Crafts Club ~ Grades 2-5
|Yoga ~ Grades K-8
|Ms. Tameka Gray
|Altar Servers ~ Grades 4-8
|Dr. Karmen Weaver
|Dance ~ K-8
|Cross Country/ Track & Field ~ Grades 4-8
|Mr. Nick Keppler
|Chess Club ~ Grades 5-8
|Mr. Alex Gammon
|National Junior Honor Society ~ Grades 7-8 (by vote)
|Ms. Amy Walsh