It’s about artistic expression. There is an arts concert, event, play or art exhibition every month during the school year.
Our performance students consistently receive special and statewide recognition at regional theatre and music festivals, visual artists take high honors at county and state competitions and St. Francis dancers perform in concert, special events, competitions and liturgies.
An integral part of the school curriculum and community, our art students develop their interests with beginning through advanced classes in music, theatre, dance and visual arts.
The school has a vibrant academic arts program with over twenty courses in visual and performing arts. An integral part of the school curriculum and community, our art students develop their interests with beginning through advanced classes in music, theatre, dance and visual arts.
Support the Arts by joining Patrons the Arts Parent Organization. The Patrons are responsible for coordinating volunteers for all arts performances and exhibits, working with the Arts Producer to organize events and receptions, and assisting arts faculty in various ways.
Throughout the year the Arts Department has many performances, events and shows that would not be possible without the support of our community. It is through your patronage, and service that our Arts Program continues to grow and thrive. Take a few moments to view our upcoming Arts volunteer opportunities.
- Dance Concert- Parent opportunities for ushering and cookie donations (Jan 24, 25) and helping clean-up after Dance Concert (Jan 25)
- One Act Shows in theatre-Parent opportunities for ushering and cookie donations (Jan 30-31)
- Taking down the stage set-Parent Opportunity (Jan 26)
- Loading in large set pieces onto the stage for the play-Parent Opportunity (Feb 23)
- Taking down the set from the play-Parent Opportunity (Mar 31)
- Parent Volunteers Needed for Costume Alternations for the spring play. We need parent volunteers to help with costume alterations for the spring play. Please contact Cheryl Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Elizabeth Danielson at email@example.com if you want to help sew in January or February for the March show. Work can be done at home.
Click HERE to sign up.
Come to the theatre and see the performance of: Girl – A Devised Ensemble Project
What is it like to be a girl in America? In this dynamic, original one-act, 50 young women unpack this question through text, movement, and multimedia. Using an ethno-drama approach, students conducted individual interviews, wrote poetry, and shared their real-life stories to uncover their reactions to the challenges adolescent girls face, and the impact the actions of their peers and adults have in their lives. These artists make meaning of their collective experiences, and show us the beauty, resilience, and strength it takes to be a girl today.
One Act Show by the SF Players
Shows: January 30, 31 (Wednesday, Thursday) at 7:00 p.m.
Where: SF Mainstage Theatre
Appropriate for: Age 14 +
- The February meeting has been changed to February 12, 5:30 p.m. in Room 401 in the theatre building. The February date has changed as well as the room number.
- Everyone is welcome to join us.
- The guest speaker for our February meeting is Adan Romo, one of our 5 visual art teachers, who will talk to us about his sculptures on campus, the SFHS garden design, and his artwork in Sacramento area.
Meredith Ray ‘14 graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Santa Clara University in Communication and Spanish. She is headed to Seattle in August for a full time job with the Seattle Seahawks in their Digital Media department. #TroubieForLife
Wow! That is an exciting industry to work in and we will follow up with Meredith in the fall for an update on her new career with the Seahawks.
We are so proud of all our Troubies and want to share your news too! Send an email to Dawn Winston ‘91 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kayla Morrow ‘15 is currently studying Strategic Communication with a double emphasis in Public Relations and Advertising at Northern Arizona University. This summer she will be attending Regionals and Nationals with her Flagstaff baton team where she will compete in solo and team events. The medals she is wearing are from placing in her solo routines at a competition in April. She has been twirling since she was 7 and her teacher was Danielle Muller ’00. Kayla’s sister, current Troubie Olivia ‘20 is also a twirling student of Mrs. Muller.
Greta Gerwig graduated from St. Francis Catholic High School in 2002. While at SF, Greta was part of the Dance program, Chamber Choir and numerous theatre productions. She played in SF’s shows “Into the Woods,” “The Boy Friend,” “Pippin,” and “The Apple Tree,” as well as Lenaea Festival showings with SF for “Antigone,” “Final Dress Rehearsal” and “Ladies of the Tower,” for which she was a Lenaea medalist.