Grace Christian School

Fine Arts

Grace Christian School's Fine Arts Program encourages and assists students in developing their God-given gifts and talents through music, art and drama as a way of honoring and worshipping God, the Master Artist.

Music

Chorus, instrumental groups, music appreciation and music theory are taught from the elementary school through the high school level.  Students perform in school productions, chapels, choral competitions, music festivals and other events in the community.  

Elementary students learn the basics of music in general music classes and participate in the chorus.  Middle school students must participate in either chorus or a general music class and also have the option to perform with the praise and worship band during chapel services.  High school students may sing with the choir or lead worship during weekly chapels with the praise and worship band.

Private lessons are offered to all students in voice, piano, guitar, brass, woodwind or strings.

After school chorus is offered for all students in first through sixth grade.

Art

Throughout the school year, artists in all grades have many opportunities to explore various art mediums, art history, and art appreciation.  Each spring, we hold "Arts Night," which is an event that showcases the artwork of elementary, middle, and high school art classes, as well as musical recitals from our students who are taught through private music lessons.  

Our students' artwork is showcased in an international online art museum called Artsonia.  Through this website people all over the world are able not only to view our students' artwork, but to purchase keepsakes personalized with their favorite artwork.  To view samples of GCS student artwork on the Artsonia website, click here.

Students in the first through eighth grades with special interest in art are offered classes throughout the year with After School Art and our Fine Arts Summer Camp. These classes offer a great variety of projects to engage students in hands-on learning as well as Art History and Multi-Cultural Art.

Drama

Each spring our pre-kindergarten through third grade students present a musical program for grandparents and special guests during "Grandparent's Day."  In the fall, fourth through sixth grade students perform a musical production, while our high school students produce a spring play or musical for the community.

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