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Extracurriculars & Creative Arts

Extracurricular activities help our students build leadership and enhance their gifts and talents.

Orchestra

The Saint Paul School orchestra is available for grades Fourth through Eighth, with a focus on violin and cello.  Students perform in two concerts per year in addition to playing in the Brescia University Spring Music Concert.

Practice :  Practices are weekly, on Wednesdays from 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Open to:  Students grades 4 and up.

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Choir

Choir members sing at church services and special events in and around Grayson County.  This past year the Choir performed in the Nashville Christmas Parade along with over 800 other school choirs from around the country, National Day of Prayer, nursing homes, seniors group, etc. 

Open to:  Students grades 4 and up

Practice:  Practice time can vary, though are generally held right after school ends.  Please contact Gina Sims for more information.

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Academic Team

The Academic Team focuses on developing the intellectual skills of the student, broadening the critical thinking skillset that will support their growth in subject areas across the board.  

Practice :  Practices are after school, 2 days a week.

Grades:  Available to Grades 3rd and up.


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Yearbook

This group works together over the course of the year to take pictures, write stories and design page layouts for the annual yearbook.  Students sharpen their computer and design skills while learning software for photo editing and design.

Open to:  Students grades 5 and up

Time:  This begins in January, and goes until the end of the year.

Meeting:  After school, usually two days per week

Kentucky Youth Assembly

The Kentucky Youth Assembly (KYA) is a 3-day experiential learning program in which students serve as part of a model state government. KYA offers students the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of issues, develop critical thinking skills, and articulate their beliefs while engaging constructively with their peers from around the Commonwealth.


Learn more about KYA