Music is offered to all students in Grades K through 5. Lessons are taught by experienced clinicians that use a variety of teaching methods to allow the student to experience, participate, and intellectually understand the joys and benefits of music. Special emphasis is placed on understanding talent as a gift from God.
Middle School Choir
Music is offered as an elective course for students in Grades 7 and 8 to emphasize part-singing and ensemble techniques in singing. Special attention is given to the changing nature of the voice at this age. This class will perform in several public concerts throughout the school year.
High School Choir
Music is offered as an elective course for students in Grades 9 through 12. This class teaches more advanced vocal skills and sight singing. These skills will be demonstrated in several public performances throughout the school year, including the annual Spring Fine Arts Tour.
Sounds and Sabres
An elective course is offered for select students in Grades 9 through 12 who wish to explore chamber music and small ensemble techniques. This class is actively involved with school and community programs, as well as competition. (Prerequisite: Participation by audition only)
An independent study class is offered for the serious music students to study music theory and history. Requirements include the completion of a theory text, private lessons, concert attendance, and quarterly research projects. (Prerequisite: Junior or senior enrolled in one of the major performing ensembles)
A voluntary ensemble group that studies ensemble vocal music and performance meets after school for one hour each week to study standard and classical repertoire. (Prerequisite: Participation by audition only)