Fine Arts
Fine Arts

The Arts Advantage: The fine arts (music, art, theatre, dance) are a part of the “Required Curriculum” on elementary, middle school and high school levels. All students in grades K-6 are required to take fine arts. In grades 7 and 8, the students have a choice of which fine art they would like to take and in high school all students are required to complete at least one credit in the fine arts in the “Recommended” and “Distinguished Achievement” high school programs.

The CORE ACADEMIC SUBJECTS are now listed as English, reading or language arts, mathematics, science, foreign languages, civics and government, economics, ARTS, history, and geography.

Each of the Castleberry Schools has a specialist teaching the arts subject. Having a specialist to teach the arts subject is very unusual in most school districts.  The administration feels that the arts are important in the development of the whole child. Almost all of the information we receive in the learning process is acquired kinesthetically, auditorally, and visually. A quality fine arts education program provides students opportunities to acquire basic skills in kinesthetic, musical, spatial, and visual intelligence, applicable to learning in all other subject areas.


 
                                                       


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   TMEA All-State Band Clinic/Concert
   Feb 10 2016
   High School VASE Comtest
   Feb 13 2016
   AVC Music Program - 2nd Grade
   Feb 18 2016 at 06:00 PM
   High School Band UIL Solo/Ensemble Contest
   Feb 20 2016
   JJE Music Program (2nd grade)
   Feb 23 2016 at 06:00 PM
   High School Choir UIL Solo & Ensemble
   Feb 27 2016
   IMMS Choir UIL Concert & Sitghtreading Contest
   Mar 01 2016
   IMMS Choir Concert & Sightreading Contest
   Mar 02 2016
   CE Music Program - 3rd Grade
   Mar 03 2016 at 05:30 PM
   Band Booster Meeting
   Mar 07 2016 at 06:30 PM