Library | ACADEMIC

Our campus includes a state of the art library and fine arts facility with a wide range of fiction and non-fiction materials, a variety of research resources and six internet-accessible, networked computers for classes to complete research together.

Courtney Fasano - Librarian

Use this link to discover all kinds of books that are available in our library.

Religion Class | ACADEMIC

St. Alban’s strives to produce leaders who will transform the world for the better, deal successfully with life’s crisis or problems, and know what it is that God is calling them to be and do by using their gifts and talents. St. Alban’s students are taught to demonstrate excellent character, personal integrity, moral development, and service to others.

As a community, we are committed to encouraging a servant style of leadership that Jesus himself taught and modeled for his disciples. Students are taught this through weekly chapel and religion classes as well in their day to day dealings with teachers and fellow students.


Katherine Uhlhorn - Religion Teacher

Music | ACADEMIC

Kindergarten - 6th grade students have the opportunity to participate in the music program. The primary purpose and objective of the Music program is to give the students the opportunity to experience and enjoy all of the forms of musical expression: vocal, instrumental, and movement. The secondary purpose is to begin to teach students to read music so that when they leave our school they can easily move into band or choir at the middle school level. The students learn how to read and follow written music and how the words and music relate to each other. Songs using hand motions, various rhythms, and music from other cultures are included in the curriculum, plus use of rhythm. Use of rhythm instruments is also covered. Religious, patriotic, and seasonal songs are part of music class and Chapel. Memorization of selected songs is required, especially for program performances.

Mrs. Kruse - Music Teacher

Physical Education  | ACADEMIC

All students will participate in our physical education program at St. Alban’s. Toddlers - PreK have 30 minutes of PE class every Friday, and Kindergarten students have two- 30 minutes classes / week and grades 1st -6th have four days of PE a week. Physical Education is important to help keep the kids moving and growing in their gross motor skills. Preschool will be taught the basic gross motor skills as well as incorporating their classroom curriculum into physical education games. Kindergarten - 6th grade will learn the basic fundamentals of sports, exercise and health as well as continue to work on gross motor skills, spatial awareness and teamwork.

Alicia Forshage - Physical Education Teacher

Fine Arts Initiative  | ACADEMIC

In an effort to expand our fine arts programs, St. Alban’s offers fine arts and electives for students in Grades 4-6. These electives will be taught by our 4th-6th grade teachers during the last hour of the school day (2:00-3:00 p.m.).

Here is an overview of what you can expect:

4th - 6th grade: Fine Arts Rotations - Drama, Robotics, Art ( Prop Design) and Choir

Rotations will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (2 days per week). Students will be allowed to rank in order their choices for the fine arts rotations. They will take one fine arts or elective per semester.

Drama/Music will present two productions per year ( one each semester ). Art will help with prop design and will do other art projects. Robotics will have a robotics viewing day.

This hour is an extension of the fine arts we already offer; not a replacement. All grade students will still attend special subjects throughout the week.

Learning is a lifetime process. Growth in learning is unique to each child.