St. Paul High School
Marching band is an all-brass and percussion band for grades 8-12. Their main focus is half-time productions during football season, festivals and parades. Marching band practices after school, as well as during school.
The flag corps members prepare a routine to coincide with the music that the marching band is preparing for the football games, festivals and parades.
Concert band is offered to all students who play band instruments as a .75 credit course. They prepare concerts for school and community presentations. Concert band rehearses from November through May. Concert band students participate in one half-time show during the marching band season and perform in the marching band concert at the end of the marching band season. (Grades 7-12)
Jazz Band practices in the winter, once a week after school. They perform at school concerts. It is a fun opportunity to perform a different kind of music. (Grades 8-12)
Pep Band plays before various basketball games during the winter. They do a great job getting the team and fans pumped up! (Grades 8-12)
Choir is a class offered to all high school students and counts as a fine art credit. The Choir performs at various concerts along with the band. In the winter, they carol at local nursing homes.
The Spring Musical is held every year in Feb./March. High school students must try out to be given a part in the play. There are many ways students can be involved, besides acting, including being student director, backstage crew, and lighting/sound crew. (Grades 9-12)
The Folk Group is a group of students who practice once a week to assist in the music ministry at school masses. Besides singing, some members play guitar, bass, flute, and violin.