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Mon, Feb. 21st (No School) Student/Staff Holiday

Music Theory I & AP Music Theory Click on the Students link to learn more

The purpose of this course is to develop music skills and provide information that will lead to an understanding of the practice of music, especially for those considering a music major or minor in college. 

Art IV Click on the Students link to learn more

Art IV is structured for the student who will develop an original body of artwork that will demonstrate the incorporation of a broad range of visual observations, experiences, historical art interpretations, and complex visual analysis of visual relationships. 

Modern/Contemporary Dance Click on the Students link to learn more

In this course, different styles of contemporary and modern dance will be presented with an emphasis on improving dynamic alignment, developing integrated movement patterns and internal connections, rhythmic awareness and using dance as a form of expression, with emphasis on artistry through the contemporary aesthetic in performance.

Music Instrument Repair Click on the Students link to learn more

This class will focus on the basic repair and restoration of woodwind and brass instruments. Students will learn the unique properties of wind instruments as well as common repair techniques including: dent removal, re-padding, cleaning and polishing.

Piano I & II Click on the Students link to learn more

Topics include piano keyboarding, music theory, reading music, and ear training. No experience needed for beginners. More advanced students will have the opportunity to grow in their performance skills.

International Baccalaureate (IB) Art Click on the Students link to learn more

This course will fulfill the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum requirements for Group 6 Arts/Electives.  Students will demonstrate growth and commitment through the study of art by developing a portfolio of their art work and documenting their growth through the research workbook.   This course will emphasize studio work with some focus on research.  

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