Music Appreciation
Music Appreciation is a one-semester course for the student who does not necessarily read music or play an instrument, but would like to learn more about the music they listen to and would like to be introduced to new and interesting musical styles. Emphasis is on learning to listen to music rather than passive hearing. The music student will learn to identify the role music may play in history and culture. Styles covered include Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Folk, Country, World Music, Symphonic and more.

Intro to Music Theory
Intro to Music Theory will thoroughly explore the fundamentals of music theory and provide the background necessary to excel in AP Music Theory. Content will focus on pitch, rhythm, major and minor keys, triads and seventh chords. The course will also incorporate sight-reading skills, basic melodic dictation and piano keyboard fundamentals. Previous experience in music is helpful but not required.

Choir I & II
Choir I & II is a one-semester course for the student who does not necessarily read music or play an instrument, but would like to learn. The emphasis is on creating music rather than passive singing and hearing. Styles covered include Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Folk, Country, World Music, Symphonic and more.

Guitar I & II
Guitar I & II is a one-semester course for the student who does not necessarily read music or play an instrument, but would like to learn. The emphasis is on creating music rather than passive/analytical participation. Styles covered include Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Folk, Country, World Music, Symphonic, Medieval and more.

Dance I & II
Dance I & II is a very versatile class made for all levels, even those who haven't danced a day in their lives. Class involves proper dance technique and dance combinations in many styles such as jazz, ballet, hip hop, lyrical and modern. Students will work creatively in groups to choreograph their own pieces. Improvisation is involved in all classes. The class room is a very open and non-judgmental environment where clients are free to express themselves through dance.

Art Foundation 1
Art Foundation will explore the visual elements of art and the organizing principles of design. Students will complete art projects experimenting with a variety of different media, techniques and processes. Using individualized assignment tracks, students will be given the opportunity to work at their own pace. Approaching the end of each semester, students will develop the verbal skills necessary for a constructive critique and participation in a final project assignment. In this final project, students will be assigned to use the tools learned throughout the course in a personal and creative way.