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We are pleased to offer many after school activities - competitive athletics, intramural athletics, clubs, and performing arts - to help each student find and develop his or her own talents and skills at all grade levels. After school activities support healthy socialization, leadership development, and community service. We encourage all students to try new things and get involved.

Competitive Athletics

Our competitive athletic options this winter include Basketball (G3-8).  Registration for Basketball ends on November 12th.  For more information visit our Athletics page.

Intramural Athletics

Intramurals are sports leagues, tournaments and competitions held within Saint Joseph School.  There are currently no intramurals running.  For more information, and to sign-up, visit our Intramurals page.

Interest Clubs

After School Clubs Session II begin the week of December 5th and continue through February 10, 2023.  Session II Sign-ups are now OPEN.

Ski Club (Session II)

We are excited to offer Grades 5-8 the opportunity to hit the slopes at Nashoba Valley, starting in January (1/6/23-2/10/23)!  Sign-ups close December 1, 2022.

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DrAma Club (Session II)

Come join your fellow thespians in Mrs. Curley’s drama club as we explore the many aspects of theatre! During our time together, we will engage in drama games and activities along with performing mini skits!

Grades:  1 & 2
Spaces available: 12 (FULL)
Mondays from 2:40 - 3:40pm
Location: Classroom 1B
Cost: $100 per student
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Drawing Art Club (Session II)

Join Ms. Harris in the art room for some drawing fun!

Grades:  3 & 4
Spaces available: 20 (FULL)
Tuesdays from 2:40 - 3:40pm
Location: Art Room
Cost: $100 per student
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Chess Club (Session II)

Are you interested in Chess?  Join Chess Club with Mrs. Kavjian, all levels of experience welcome!

Grades:  5-8
Spaces available: 12
Tuesdays from 2:40 - 3:40pm
Location: Upper School Dining Hall
Cost: $100 per student
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Art Club (Session II)

Does your child love to color, draw, and paint?  Join Mr. G and other 2nd grade students for art!

Grades:  2
Spaces available: 12 (FULL)
Wednesdays from 2:40 - 3:40pm
Location: Classroom 1A
Cost: $100 per student
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Cooking Around The World

Join Mrs. Kavjian as we travel around the world on a culinary journey!  Each week we will make a recipe from a new country and learn about their culture.  We will prep the ingredients with age appropriate skills and tools. We are able to accommodate food allergies.

Grades:  2-4
Spaces available: 12 (FULL)
Thursdays from 2:40 - 3:40pm
Location: Upper School Learning Center
Cost: $100 per student
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Sign-Up For Session II After School Clubs

*Club participant maximum detailed above, once maximum has been met, subsequent students will be placed on a waitlist.  Sign-up submission does not guarantee placement, an email will be sent out with club and waitlist roster before December 5th. 

Public Speaking & Debate Clubs

Rose Institute specializes in connecting speakers with their audiences. Since 2011, we have proudly provided our students with a platform to practice speech and debate. Complete with tailored lessons, exercises, games, speeches, in class presentations, and inter-school competitions, our programs are an absolute blast! Strengthen your confidence, find your voice, and prepare for success. Sign up today!

Speech & Debate

WHEN: Wednesdays, 2:45-4:00 pm.
Meets weekly, 1/11/23 through 3/15/23 (winter term),  3/25 through 5/31 (spring term). 
WHERE: In person, on campus!
WHO: Students grades 4-8
TUITION: $325 per term, $575 for both!
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For more information, and registration, click here.

Performing Arts

Choral Opportunities

The primary responsibility of the choir is to provide music for the monthly First Friday Liturgies. However, the choir also participates in many all-school functions both in and out of the building, providing music for prayer services, concerts, and assemblies.

The choir, directed by Mr. Dan Farretta (SJS music teacher grades 4-8), rehearses once a week on Wednesdays from 2:40-3:20pm in the Music Room, beginning Wednesday September 28, 2022.  In addition to singing at the monthly masses, the choir is featured at other functions throughout the school year. This program is free of charge and students in grades 4-8 are welcome to participate.  
To sign-up email Mr. Farretta at dfarretta@saintjoes.com with your student's name, grade, homeroom and best contact info.

Drama & Musical Theatre

The after-school drama program is designed to foster a love of the performing arts and give the students a positive theatrical experience in a supportive environment. Exposing students to the world of theatre is a positive experience that will enable them to "think on their feet" as well as creatively work in a supportive environment. Our hope is that this drama experience will not only improve the students’ imagination and boost their self-confidence, it will also develop a life-long appreciation for the arts as they become more aware of the world around them. The program is directed by our school’s music teachers.

Interested students in Grades 4-8 learn acting, singing and basic dance skills that are put together in rehearsal for an age-appropriate musical performance for all to enjoy! Each program is designed to expand the children’s ability as they grow more and more comfortable on stage.  More information and sign-up to come.

Concert Band

Paul Effman Music leads our band program. Students are grouped by instrument and level of performance. The band meets weekly for 30 minutes altogether, and then will additionally meet in small groups for lessons. The Saint Joseph School band will host two concerts throughout the year: the Christmas Performance and the Spring Concert.

Forms have been distributed to students, for more information visit here.

Instrument Lessons

To support our band program, private lessons are offered at our school on the following instruments: flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone and percussion. Students in grades 4-8 are invited to take private, semi-private, or beginner group lessons. Instrument rentals can be arranged.

Forms have been distributed to students, for more information visit here.