The St. Paul Choir consists of more than 50 dedicated students. Many of the students who participate in choir also participate in other school activities, including Campus Ministry, ASB, Pep Squad, Football, Volleyball, Golf, and Track and Field. The choir has numerous performing opportunities throughout the year, including two major performances with the band as well as a performance spotlighting the solo work of individual students. This talented group of young people is made up of several smaller groups which cater to the students’ abilities and allows the students to experience a broad range of music.
Swordsmen Chorale is open to all members who want to join, regardless of ability level, musical experience, or grade. It meets after school once a week as well as once a week in the morning.
Swordsmen Chorale Honors is a more select group for those students who wish to expand their experience of choral repertoire and challenge themselves to reach a higher standard. It is open only to upper classmen, and meets in the morning.
St. Paul Singers is a class scheduled during the school day, and is structured to teach not only singing but also the basics of music theory, ear training, and sight singing. It is open to all interested students.
Praise Band and Choir meets during the lunch period and provides music for the masses celebrated at St. Paul.
This year, the choirs will host 4 separate concerts: a fall choral concert; a Christmas concert with the band; a Showcase in the spring, highlighting solo performances; and a spring concert with the band.