Art & Music

Glasses and Music Sheet

St Francis Xavier's diverse art programs open minds and promote enthusiasm, self-esteem, skill acquisition, and enhancement of academic curriculum while gaining a deeper awareness of and appreciation for the Arts.



Weekly Art class for grades K - 8.

Each month students will learn different mediums, master artists, and techniques. They then create their art project using the same technique and style as the featured artists.

Students use graphites, markers, ink, watercolor, chalk pastel, oil pastel, acrylic paints, charcoals, clay, and other mediums to produce artworks for display, share with classmates, and add to their growing portfolios.

Middle school students can explore clay building, printmaking, t-shirt designs, filmmaking, and more in an introductory exploratory class every quarter.

Weekly Music Appreciation class for students in grades K - 5 introduces students to music from the Spotlight On Music curriculum, rhythm instruments, music journals and musical works of composers from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Twentieth music eras.

Weekly Middle School Music Exploratory classes: Beginning Guitar, Piano, Voice, and Ukulele classes for students in grades 6 - 8.

Students participate in the school-wide annual Christmas Program and may participate in the school Talent Show. Students may choose to participate in after-school music classes and performances for: Children's Choir, Mass Choir, Ukulele Club, Piano and Guitar Group Classes.