Performing Arts

Music Appreciation – Fri. 12:00 PM with Anne McClintic (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by teacher Summary: This class will provide students with an appreciation and understanding of music through exposure to different musical styles, listening, and analysis.  Students will develop their ears to identify patterns, instruments, and styles by their sound.  Students will also learn music terminology and music theory in order to write about music.  In […]

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Music Composition 6th-12th grade, Fri. 10:00 AM with Anne McClintic (2024-2025)

Required Text/Materials:• Fundamentals of Piano Theory Preparatory Level by Keith Snell and Martha Ashleigh (link to purchase on Amazon: ) • Free account with Noteflight.com Summary: This class will introduce music composition while furthering skills in music literacy. We will focus on using Western, modern staff notation and solfége. There will be a brief introduction to

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Acting (MS Intro) – Fri. 12:00 PM with Isabella Lash (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Students will develop creativity, expression, analytical skills, and acting technique through exercises heavily focused on voice and body. Mime, physical expression, vocal articulation and expression, acting terminology, and foundational acting technique are among the many skills that will be taught.  There will be both solo and group work implemented through

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Acting II – MS, T/Th 11:00 AM with Isabella Lash (2024-2025)

Required Text/Books: TBA Summary: Students will analyze characters, scripts, film scenes, and more. They will develop monologues, scenes, and characters. The basics of audition technique will be introduced, including picking and preparing audition pieces, learning how to be confident in the audition room, audition do’s and don’ts, and more. Students will end the class with multiple performance-ready

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Voice – Level 1 (4-6) – Fri. 3:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein (2024-2025)

Learn to sing in a supportive environment, along with friends! The Voice is the instrument given to each of us by God. We all can learn to be confident singers if we have an encouraging introduction to singing at an early age. Prerequisites What We Will Study How We Will Learn What to Expect Textbooks:

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4th-5th-6th Voice – Level 1 – Wed. 3:00 PM with Pres. Suzanne Lichtenstein

Learn to sing in a supportive environment, along with friends! The Voice is the instrument given to each of us by God. We all can learn to be confident singers if we have an encouraging introduction to singing at an early age. What We Will Study How We Will Learn What to Expect Prerequisites Textbooks

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Music Appreciation – Fri. 12:00 PM with Anne McClintic

Required Text/Books: Supplied by teacher Summary: This class will provide students with an appreciation and understanding of music through exposure to different musical styles, listening, and analysis.  Students will develop their ears to identify patterns, instruments, and styles by their sound.  Students will also learn music terminology and music theory in order to write about music.  In

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Music Composition – 6th – 12th grade, Fri. 10:00 AM with Anne McClintic

Required Text/Materials:• Fundamentals of Piano Theory Preparatory Level by Keith Snell and Martha Ashleigh (link to purchase on Amazon: ) • Free account with Noteflight.com Summary: This class will introduce music composition while furthering skills in music literacy. We will focus on using Western, modern staff notation and solfége. There will be a brief introduction to

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Acting II – MS, T/Th 11:00 AM with Isabella Lash

Required Text/Books: TBA Summary: Students will analyze characters, scripts, film scenes, and more. They will develop monologues, scenes, and characters. The basics of audition technique will be introduced, including picking and preparing audition pieces, learning how to be confident in the audition room, audition do’s and don’ts, and more. Students will end the class with multiple performance-ready

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Intro to Acting – Fri. 12:00 PM with Isabella Lash

Required Text/Books: Supplied by the teacher. Summary: Students will develop creativity, expression, analytical skills, and acting technique through exercises heavily focused on voice and body. Mime, physical expression, vocal articulation and expression, acting terminology, and foundational acting technique are among the many skills that will be taught.  There will be both solo and group work implemented through

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