Fine Art Clubs

Art Club

St. Francis Borgia High School Fine Arts

Purpose:To cultivate an appreciation for the fine arts here at Borgia, to learn more about the world of art and artists and to learn various techniques and use them in creative expressions.
Membership: Open to all students.
Activities: Some planned activities of the club include fundraisers for new art supplies and setting up and taking down for the Art Fair. There will also be guest speakers that will talk about their various experiences in the art field.
Club Moderator: Ms. Kelly Mantle
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator.


Borgia On Stage Society (BOSS)

St. Francis Borgia On Stage Society Club

Purpose: To learn, support, maintain, and run the theater program at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and to affiliate with the Missouri State Thespians and the International Thespian Society.
Membership: Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have participated in at least two full-length theatrical productions at Borgia and acquired at least 10 participation points (approximately 100 hours of work in the theater).
Activities: Sponsor and run the annual summer Drama Camp, raise funds for the theater department, participate in the Missouri State Thespian Conference, participate in the International Thespian Festival, and attend various shows around the area, BOSS inductions and awards ceremony.
Cost: $35 for new inductees (includes membership in International Thespian Society), $5 for returning members.
Club Moderator: Mr.Tim Buchheit
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator and every Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.


Drama Club

St. Francis Borgia High School Drama Club

Purpose: To encourage dramatics at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School, to create awareness of the various opportunities both to participate in dramatic productions or to attend various productions in and around our area, and to gain a certain expertise in the various areas of theater (stagecraft, acting, lighting, makeup, etc.).
Membership: Open to any or all students who exhibit an interest in theater. We encourage all members to be active in at least one production a year.
Activities: Fall plays, Spring Musicals, Club Meetings, Attending productions (at the Rep, Muny, ECC, Washington H. S. and of course, our own productions), and possible theater trips.
Club Moderator: Mr. Tim Buchheit
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator.


Knight Improv Team

St. Francis Borgia High School Knight Improv Team Club

Purpose: To promote and foster the art of improvisational acting. Students in Knight Club will be encouraged to step outside their comfort zone, practice speaking with purpose, learn to say “yes”, discover more about themselves, and become better listeners.
Membership: Open to all students
Activities: Members will practice improv on a weekly basis and perform in up to four public performances per year. Eligibility for performances may be based on attendance, auditions, or both.
Club Moderator: Mr. Tim Buchheit
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator.


Speech Team

St. Francis Borgia High School Speech Team Club

Purpose: To give interested students an opportunity to participate in competitive speaking situations. Students who qualify can be recognized at the district and state levels.
Membership: Open to all interested students.
Activities: The club has four meets on Sundays during the school year.
Club Moderator: Mr.Tim Buchheit
Meeting Time: See moderator for meeting times.


Soul Singers

Purpose: To lead music at school liturgies.
Membership: Open to all students who must be able to attend meetings before and after school  up to twice a month, besides attending the regular scheduled meetings during seminar.
Activities: Sing and play instruments at All-School Masses.
Club Moderator: Mr. Dale Obermark
Meeting Time: Soul Singers will always meet the day before Mass. 


Ukulele Club

Purpose:  Open to any student who has an interest in learning the ukulele or who just wants to enjoy some laid back acoustic music.  Students are welcome to bring in any stringed instrument to discuss with the group. More advanced players would like to help out any beginners so there is a tutoring aspect to this club as well.  Live demonstrations from a semi professional musician who will go over acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, ukulele and mandolin.
Membership: Open to all students
Activities:  Group activities such as showcasing your own music to the group, learning how to read and play chords, learning how to play with others and one on one lessons provided by advanced players.
Club Moderator: TBD
Meeting Time: See the calendar on the homepage or ask the moderator.

 

 

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