Since I'm at San Miguel, I have a place to stay after school that is safe so I don't have to be on the streets.

~Roberto, Grade 6 

Extended Day Activities

Young Directors' Club
Young Directors' Club

Learning is not over when the bell rings! Students switch gears to take advantage of afternoon clubs and activities:

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Arts Alive!

A free program offered by La Salle Academy, Arts Alive! offers students the opportunity to take Saturday morning classes in art, dance, and drama. Arts Alive! is a joint venture of La Salle Academy, The San Miguel School, Providence Catholic Elementary Schools, and Tides Family Services.

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Chess Club

The San Miguel Chess Club helps students to enhance their chess skills and strategy, building life skills and fellowship. The chess team is also a contender at many local tournaments.

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San Miguel Dance Team

The San Miguel Dance Team meets weekly to learn and perfect dance moves in the areas of jazz, step, and tap. The team is a popular act at the school's Spring Awards Luncheons and highlights the annual Gala with their end-of-year performance. The dance team has also been invited to perform their numbers at other schools and events.

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Lasallian Youth

This club incorporates the three pillars of the Lasallian mission: faith, community, and service. Lasallian Youth aims to instill these values in its members through various activities and service projects.

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Scholars Club

San Miguel teachers and staff members are joined by volunteers from Providence College in offering homework assistance and enrichment activities aimed at advancing students' overall skills and ability. 

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Young Directors' Club

Moderated by La Salle Academy Media Teacher Elissa Cerros, the Young Directors plan, film, edit, and produce short films and movies. This activity takes place in the spring, and their final project is 'premiered' at the San Miguel Gala in May.

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