Clubs & Organizations

Drama Club

The Drama Club, is committed to making each student’s experience a positive one. It was created to increase a student’s self-esteem and confidence. The club’s goal is to increase language arts skills and develop some basic acting skills. The atmosphere is one where students have fun and look forward to expressing themselves in the performance arts. Through a co-operative effort of staff, parents, local community members and alumni students will gain additional leadership, time management and team building skills.

The Drama Club creates an atmosphere where those truly interested and committed to the performing arts can continue to explore these skills in a venue that will foster teamwork and pride.
Drama Club meets weekly for one hour after school with a focus on one spring performance.
Drama Club is open to students in Grades 4-8. Younger students will be invited to participate as extras as it gets closer to the performance date.

The drama club is under the tutelage of Mrs. Wanda Mascola and Mr. Michael Petruzzi. Together they have directed the following performances:
2012- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
2013- Tom and Huck
2014- Wizard of Oz
2015- Peter Pan
2016- Mary Poppins
2017- Alice in Wonderland



K-8 Swim Club

Grade 6, 7, 8 swim classes are part of the regular Physical Education program at SFSHS. These classes are held at the YMCA adjacent to the school during the regular school day and are part of the regular Thursday gym class.

Students in Grades K-8 have an opportunity to participate in the After School Swim Program. This program takes place after school at the YMCA adjacent to the school. Students will be placed in groups according to ability and skill. The YMCA provides both a certified swim instructor and a certified life guard. SFSHS or YMCA personnel also monitor students in the locker rooms.


Home School Association (HSA) Intramurals

The Home and School Association offers a variety of after school activities for students in the lower grades. These activities range from Irish Dancing to soccer, dodgeball, karate, and obstacle courses. Volunteer parents monitor these activities and teach students the basics of the game. Sessions generally run from 6-8 weeks at a cost of $20 for most activities. Parents are also welcomed to volunteer to participate in the program and bring their own sport, activity or hobby to enjoy with the students.



Students in all grades have the opportunity to participate in Karate instructions. The instructions are provided by USA Martial Arts and take place after school in the school gym. There is a fee to participate.