Organizational Values

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Quality

Every student will be treated fairly and uniquely. Every student will be held to standards, and rules that staff will enforce, and follow themselves. If any child shows an interest in the arts, we want to encourage them, and prepare them for the highest degree of excellence.

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confidence

A skill taught in and outside of the classroom for every day life. Not only train you how to convincingly deliver a message, but also build the confidence you need to take command of yourself as an artist.

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self-expression

Expression of one's feelings, thoughts, or ideas, especially in writing, art, music, acting or dance is a big part of impacting for everyday life settings. A safe space to express who you are, and how you feel in a positive way.

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Problem Solving and Perseverance

Students may need another way to view things, so they can learn better from what we are here to teach them. Teaching student no matter how much practice it may take to NEVER give up. They will learn that there are many different pathways to develop a skill or technique.

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Empathy and Compassion

This is something that seems very easily forgotten, but is critical to their futures.
Creativity involved in performing arts extends to emotional creativity and can open children to new ways of seeing the world, and the people in it.

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creativity

the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work. In the many ways you find as an instructor or artist to make creativity come alive with your students we practice this day in and day out, so students will be quick to think on their feet. Student will become leaders, and their own independent person.

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focus

The ability to focus is a key skill developed through ensemble work. Keeping a balance between listening and contributing involves a great deal of concentration and focus.

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discipline

the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience.

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Team Work and Collaboration

Most arts disciplines are collaborative in nature. Through the arts, children practice working together, sharing responsibility, and compromising with others to accomplish a common goal. Student roles in and out of the classroom and performance can not happening without the help from them and everyone that surrounds them. Work through all sorts of environments.

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constructive criticism

Children learn that feedback is part of learning and it is not something to be offended by or to be taken personally. It is something helpful. The goal is the improvement of skills and evaluation is incorporated at every step of the process.

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accountability

When children practice creating something collaboratively they get used to the idea that their actions affect other people. They learn that when they are not prepared or on-time, that other people suffer. Through the arts, children also learn that it is important to admit that you made a mistake and take responsibility for it.

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have fun

the biggest thing for students and staff, there is never a reason it should not be anything but a fun learning experience for all. Teach and learn not to be so hard on yourselves. We are here to give these students all we have to give through ourselves as artists. We are all always students, as long as you are constantly willing to learn.