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Music Academy

Who Is the Music Academy For?

The Music Academy is for the high school student who has a passion for music and wants to pursue that passion on a deeper level. Students who are a fit for music academy are individuals who want to learn more about music and explore career possibilities in the field of music.

2019-2020 Applications

Download the Music Academy application here.

Course Track

Junior year: Music Theory, Ensemble
Senior year: Senior Capstone, Ensemble

Concert Attendance - Students are required to attend three approved music performances each year they are enrolled in the music academy.

Individual Performance Development - Students are required to either audition for an all-state ensemble or perform a solo at the solo and ensemble festival their junior and senior year.

Collaborative Community Learning Experience - Students enrolled in the Music Academy are required to complete a Collaborative Community Learning Experience between their junior and senior year. Design of this project is left up to the student but the goal is to pursue a particular passion within the field of music. Examples might include meeting with a local composer and studying with him or her, interning with a local music professional, or attending an intensive music camp.

Capstone Project - A capstone project will be completed by each student in the music academy presenting a summation of what has been learned in the academy. This project could be performing in a recital, presenting an original composition, or other opportunities to share with an audience what has been learned.

Digital Portfolio - As a part of the capstone process, students will be required to create a digital portfolio of compositions, performances, concerts attended, and other applicable materials.

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