St. John the Baptist School offers many ways for students to get involved and increase a sense of belonging in school, church, and community. We encourage our students to respect themselves and others as God-given gifts to the world. Co-Curricular activities continue to build the Christ-like character of our children after school hours.
St. John the Baptist’s Before and After School Child Care program serves children 3-years-old through 5th grade. The primary purpose of offering childcare at St. John the Baptist School is to provide high-quality, Christ-centered care for our families before and after the school day.
St. John the Baptist’s band program offers children in grades 5-8 the opportunity to learn an instrument and perform as part of a group.
St. John the Baptist’s Chess and Game Club helps participants improve their concentration, logic, and creativity while teaching good sportsmanship. The Chess and Game Club gets kids together to play games face to face, to play fair, and to be respectful of each other. The club is led by Mr. Mike Altman.
Students are invited to share their musical gifts by participating in this music-rich, faith-based youth choir. Youth Choir offers opportunities for students to express and develop musical talents and carry these skills through adulthood.
St. John the Baptist’s drama program offers middle school students the opportunity to come together as a team in creative expression while building self-confidence, self-esteem, self-expression, communication, collaboration, interpersonal skills, aesthetic awareness and imagination.
St. John the Baptist’s forensics program for grades 6-8 teaches students the finer points of speech, acting, and research to help them become effective communicators - a skill they can use their entire life.
Student Council gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school-wide community.