There are numerous opportunities for music education at St. John. Vocal music is built into the curriculum at each grade level, while other music education opportunities are voluntary extra-curriculars, such as handbells and band.
Children in grades 4K through 2nd participate in Cherub Choir. Children learn to sing songs that are age appropriate and often times utilize hand motions and gestures to enhance learning. Practices are in school on Wednesdays after chapel. The Cherub Choir sings in church 5 – 6 times during the school year under the direction of Mrs. Candice Schram.
Children in grades 3 through 8 participate in Junior Choir. Music education at this level entails teaching students to read the music they are singing. Children also learn about the meaning and history of the choral pieces. Practices are held on Wednesdays after chapel in the church sanctuary. The Junior Choir sings in church once each month during the school year under the direction of Mrs. Charlotte Fritsch.