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Support the Arts

Support the Arts

From the Director

The Arts Department at SBS is thriving. We have five key areas for students to be trained by experienced professionals innovating in their craft: Choral Music, Instrumental Music, Journalism & Yearbook, Theatre and Visual Art.  We are more than just the talent and the performance. We are a family. Students are using their God-given talents to reach their potential on stage and parents are coming alongside with their time and treasures to support their students and the program. It is a blessing to lead such an outstanding arts community that continues to give back.

As a department, our desire is to offer opportunity to all families. Whether it be with early access to tickets, experiences with artists, reserved seating or performance time, we want everyone to feel like a part of our caring community.

I personally invite you to be a part of the SBS Arts Department by joining Arts Patrons and Director's Circle. Don't miss this opportunity for your family to experience the best of what our programs have to offer!

Cindy Blades

Arts Patrons

Enhance the SBS Arts Experience

Arts Patrons - generous alumni parents, current parents and friends - support the SBS arts program annually. A gift to Arts Patrons makes a difference to our students and faculty by providing programs, events and supplies needed to enhance the SBS Arts experience. Every student is nurtured in the arts, beginning in lower school and developing according to each student’s interests and talent into middle and upper school. Becoming an Arts Patron allows SBS to sustain its pursuit of excellence in the arts in order to glorify the Lord and have a meaningful impact on our school community and beyond.

Join Arts Patrons

Director's Circle

The Best Seat in the House

Are you looking for the BEST seats in the house for the upper school musical, BEFORE they go on sale to the cast and the public? Join the Director's Circle! This year, Second Theatre Company will perform Disney’s The Little Mermaid at The A.D. Players’ George Theater. Seats are limited to 440 patrons only. With this limited seating, joining the Director's Circle is crucial to making sure you get tickets to this year's performances.

You may join the Director’s Circle after the deadline; however, priority seating and acknowledgement in the program may not be available.

Join Director's Circle

Arts Board Members


Jessica & Troy Chapman

Vice President
Julie & Joel Schweers

Allison & Chris Wallace

Hospitality Coordinator, Concert/Showcase Décor, Appreciation/Recognition
Amy & Eric Enger 
Nancy & Roger Scales
Tracy & Ryan McCleary

Upper School Liaison
Marlo & Paul Wise

Middle School Liaison
Emily & Jon Goolsby

Lower School Liaison
Lesley & Earl Correll

Visual Art Representative
Julie & Rob Bodine

Instrumental Representative
Amy & Steve Baker

Choral Representative
Leigh & George Lunsford

Theatre Representative
Keesha & Eric Tondera

Upper School Musical

Advertise Your Business

Typically seen by more than 2000 patrons, an upper school musical program ad is a wonderful way to promote your business to the Second Baptist School community.

Purchase A Program Business Ad

Theatre Production Underwriting

The arts invites businesses, entities, families or individuals to partner with us in underwriting a production. All underwriting is tax-deductible.

Become An Underwriter

The Director's Circle FAQs

SBS senior performs as Dolly with the ensemble supporting her during a performance of Hello, Dolly!
Four Second Baptist School first graders dressed as vets hold their stuffed animals as they prepare to perform at SBS.
The middle school cast of Second Baptist School's production of Moana poses for a finale picture.
SBS lower school students work on their projects during art class.
Second grade students at SBS hold military flags and dress up to reflect America's presidents.
SBS Middle school student playing Moana holds out a prop while the ensemble performs behind her.
Second Baptist School students perform at the instrumental concert.
SBS students pose in front of their chalk art during the school's anniversary celebration weekend.
Tommy Tune Award winning actress performs with her male counterpart during Second Baptist School's Hello, Dolly!
Male lead performs with the ensemble of Hello, Dolly! behind him during the SBS production.
Elementary school students play their ukeleles for a performance during lower school chapel at SBS.
Second Theatre Company ensemble gathers during their performance of Hello, Dolly!
Second Baptist School pre-kindergarten and bridge students perform the annual Hoedown in the school's gym.
SBS senior sings during a performance at the Golden Girls showcase.
Elementary school student at Second Baptist School plays the tuba during the instrumental concert. tuba