The Seldin Performing Arts Center was built in 2005 as a space where talents and confidence could soar.
It has 482 stadium-style seats and is used for mainstage school musicals, plays, concerts, multi-grade assemblies, guest speakers, the State of the School program, and more. The lights, sound system, control boards, and scenery fly system are programmed and operated by students under the instruction of experienced faculty. The orchestra seats are able to retract, revealing a 2,000 sq. ft sprung floor that can be used for educational and special events.
St. Luke's Wyckoff Family Black Box Theater offers an additional performance space for smaller productions, rehearsals, theatre classes, and class assemblies.