Fine Arts

St. Monica School Variety Show

Since the mid-1980s, the St. Monica School community has celebrated the singing, dancing, and theatrical talents of its students (and staff!) with an annual Variety Show extravaganza. The event, held each Spring at the Dominican High School theater, is always a jam-packed venue with school parents, grandparents, alumni, parents of alumni, and other friends of the school community in attendance. The Variety Show is more than an annual event – it is a beloved St. Monica School community tradition.
The tradition is beloved so much, especially by the St. Monica School students it features, because it involves all school students, year after year after year. Students “grow up” with the annual tradition and look forward to it each year as a night to showcase their talents and share fun and fellowship with their classmates and friends.

Art for Youth
St. Monica School students learn about some of the world’s greatest artists, both past and present, through the “Art for Youth” program. Especially geared for students in the primary and intermediate grade levels, the program supplements the outstanding Art curriculum employed by Art teacher, Mrs. Sue Miller. In essence, the “Art for Youth” program involves trained parent volunteers sharing time in the classroom on a monthly basis, with a focus on one specific artist, art period, or art style.

If you are interested in volunteering with the “Art for Youth” program, please contact the St. Monica School Home & School.