The Art of Photography
6th-12th Grade 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
This course has been designed to introduce the students to the world of photography as an art form, and to inspire them to pick up a camera and discover the artist inside. Learning objectives will included: Understanding the objective/physical properties of light and its more subjective artistic qualities; mastering the digital camera to enable the student to make the necessary settings and adjustments to capture the image they were going for; learning about the camera/computer interface through image file creation and management, image processing on a variety of photo-editing programs, & image sharing through prints, postings, slide-shows, etc..; and learning about accessories and equipment to economically set up their own home studio. Through class discussions, practical assignments, and round-table critiques we will all share in the development of our own creative abilities.
This class will be taught by Hank Siegel.
There is an additional course fee of $75 – paid directly
to Mr. Hank Siegel on the first day of class.
***Class size is limited to 6 students***
7th–8th Grade 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
In woodworking class, students will
choose a plan and construct a simple project such
as a birdhouse, stepping stool, or planter box.
Concepts covered will include proper use
and care of tools, types of lumber available,
measuring, hammering, and cutting wood.
Students should plan to bring to class the
following tools: Hammer ( 10 to 16-ounce claw hammer), tape measure, 12-inch wooden ruler,
coping saw and blades, screwdrivers (flat blade
and Phillips) and safety glasses. This class will
be taught by Marlin Anderson.
There is an additional Supply fee of $25.00 to cover supplies (such as nails, screws, glue, sandpaper, etc.) paid directly to Mr. Marlin Anderson on the first day of class.
***Class size is limited to 8 students***
NEW Emergency Preparedness
5th–12th Grade 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
This course provides education and training to assist the
student in responding to and assisting with an emergency situation. Topics covered include activating the 911 system,
fire safety, CPR and First Aid and situational awareness.
Students will obtain American Heart Association certification
in CPR/AED/Choking/First Aid. Students will demonstrate proficiency in placing a 911 call, managing a medical
emergency, and directing a fire drill. Age 10+ and/or an appropriate maturity level for the subject matter.
This class will be taught by Colin Fach.
There is an additional course fee of $25 per student –
paid directly to the teacher on the first day of class.
This includes the AHA Student Manual, AHA
Certification Fee, and practice pocket mask.
***Class size is limited to 12 students***
Where: The Cathedral of St. Paul Life Center
2120 Third Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
When: Thursday mornings
Fall 2018 Dates
September 13th, 20th, 27th
October 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
***Please check back June 9th for our 2018 Fall session registration form.***
Spring 2019 Dates
January 17th, 24th, 31st
February 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
Class: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Arrival: 9:15 a.m.
Cost: $30.00 per family
We want all families to be able to participate in the co-op.
Please contact Father Jerabek if a scholarship is needed.
The Art of Photography class has an additional course fee of $75 paid
directly to Mr. Hank Siegel on the first day of class.
The Woodworking class has an additional supply fee of $25 paid
directly to Mr. Marlin Anderson on the first day of class.
The Emergency Preparedness class has an additional course fee of $25 per
student paid directly to Mr. Colin Fach on the first day of class.
St. Paul’s offers confessions at 11:30 a.m. and daily Mass at 12:10 p.m.
STAA Mom’s Discussion Group will be offered this fall during class time.
If you are interested in registering, please mail the registration form below to
Christy Slatsky with a check made payable to The Cathedral of St. Paul.
469 5th Street
Pleasant Grove, AL 35127
Technical issues, please contact Christy at email@example.com