For more information please contact our Athletic Director, Chad Longe, at email@example.com.
Clubs & Activities
The high school experience at St. John Bosco Academy includes many opportunities for student leadership, spiritual, and social development. As the high school student body grows, such opportunities will grow based on the interests of the students and their desire to initiate new activities with administrative support.
SJBA Service Club
Started by an SJBA Sophomore, the SJBA Service Club is "inspired by Don Bosco who said, "do good while you still have time". By offering acts of love and service to the people in our community who need it most." Through enlisting the school community, the club strives to provide the corporal and spiritual acts of mercy to those that need it most.
Fall Dance, Prom, and Spirit Week Planning Committee
Initiated by the students in 2013, this committee organizes and oversees the plans for a Fall School Spirit Week culminating with the High School Fall Dance. The dance is a semi-formal social event held off-campus. Students make the arrangements for a DJ, food, decorations, and ticket sales.
March for Life trip to Washington DC
Each year, the SJBA high school students have the opportunity to travel to Washington DC and participate in the National March for Life. During the 3-4 day chaperoned trip, students also attend the March for Life Youth Rally and visit historical sites and monuments. Past activities include a guided tour of the Capitol building and the Library of Congress, where students admired the personal library of Thomas Jefferson which included many titles they read as students at SJBA.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. The Saint John Bosco NHS chapter organizes service projects for the school and community.
The High School Performing Arts program at SJBA is co-curricular. High school students complete performing arts coursework which is compulsory to their classical education. They also participate in rehearsals and performances outside of class time. Students perform a traditional choir concert in December and a musical theatre production in May. They also have the opportunity to lead music for Mass and other special events held on campus.
Each year high school students volunteer to serve on this committee to create a yearbook for the entire SJBA student body. Working closely with a parent volunteer and a professional yearbook company representative, the students handle all aspects of the book including photography, page layouts, advertising, editing, and sales.