Student Activities

We believe strongly in providing enriching student activities that afford our students the opportunity to engage in activities that are both fun and challenging!

Visual and Performing Arts

All students in grades K-8 attend art class once a week in the school’s art room and students in pre-kindergarten-8th grade attend music/performing arts once a week in the music room. 5th grade students attend band once a week, which is part of the 5th grade curriculum. Upper grade students have the opportunity to participate in Advance Band to further develop their musical interests.

All students perform on stage at least three times a year in our all-school performances and they also have the opportunity to participate in our upper grade fall musical, our upper grade winter play, and our Storybook Theatre Productions in the spring for our 2nd-4th grade students.

Sports Opportunities

St. Albans Country Day School is a member of the Parochial Athletic League (P.A.L.) and through this program, students have the opportunity to participate in:

  • The Little Dribblers Basketball Program (boys and girls)
  • Girls Basketball
  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Cross Country
  • Track and Field

In addition to the athletic opportunities offered to our students through the PAL, after school classes in tennis, golf, and futsal are offered.

Clubs

Students have the opportunity for personal growth by participating in after school clubs. Some of the after school clubs offered include:

  • Student Council
  • Computer Club
  • Chess Club
  • Coding Club
  • Junior FIRST LEGO League
  • Yearbook
  • Service Club
  • Speech and Debate

Community Service

St. Albans students are encouraged to participate in community service. Collecting food for our local community as part of Kids Can, collecting toys for ill or disadvantaged children through CHiPs for Kids, or collecting books for needy schools all help our students to contribute to our greater community in Roseville. The St. Albans Student Council sponsors several community service activities each year, which vary depending on what the students choose to do. Our student council also oversees all of the spirit days, school dress-up days, and the end-of-the-year field day activities. Finally, all eighth grade students have the option of participating in our eighth grade community service project.

Buddy Classes

At the beginning of each new school year, all upper grade classes are paired with a lower grade class as part of our Buddy Program. The buddies meet several times a year to play games, complete activities, work on art projects and make holiday gifts, and practice reading skills.The older and younger students look forward to this time together and this program helps to strengthen the overall community.