Choral Music Program
Junior Choir provides singers an opportunity to refine vocal and performance technique as a performance ensemble. Students will learn to cooperate and work as a group in order to bless others with a quality and meaningful performance. This choir participates in chapel performances and regular concerts.
Senior Choir provides further growth and development of the student’s musical abilities at a more advanced level. Repertoire is carefully chosen to motivate and enhance the student’s musical range. The Senior Choir performs in chapel and regular concerts. Students completing this course enter high school fully prepared to participate in any choral ensemble at the freshman level.
Instrumental Music Program
Students in Beginning Strings will develop their musical ear and instrumental skill through lessons based on the Suzuki Method and its repertoire. Students will practice playing individually and as a group in preparation for more advanced ensembles. Beginning Strings will participate in various music events on campus. This class is designed for students ranging from having no prior musical experience to those with up to 2 years of string instruction.
Students in String Ensemble will continue to develop basic musicianship and music literacy through personal and group practice. Students will analyze various composers, historical periods, and styles of music. The String Ensemble will participate in various campus music events and school functions. This class is designed for students who have more than 2 years of prior string instruction.
Students in Percussion Ensemble will study the fundamentals of rhythm, sight-reading, and music theory using an array of instruments, including the body! Percussion Ensemble will participate in various campus music events and school functions. This class is designed for all playing levels.