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Fine Arts at Messiah

The purpose of our fine art programs is to provide our students with the opportunity to use their creative, expressive God-given abilities.

Top 10 Skills Learned From The Arts

  1. Creativity
  2. Confidence
  3. Problem Solving
  4. Perseverance
  5. Focus
  6. Non-Verbal Communication
  7. Receive Constructive Feedback
  8. Collaboration
  9. Dedication
  10. Accountability

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Art

Every student in grades K-8 has a chance to learn art history, art techniques, and explore and expand their creativity thru art.  Each child has God given talent and our art program provides the opportunity to help them explore and grow in their faith and their artistic talents.  The students at Messiah are wonderfully curious and excited about art, which makes teaching them a pleasure!  
 
Students will use a variety of materials, such as clay, paint, oil pastel, plaster, ink, and wire.  They will explore Art using a range of techniques, including color mixing, origami, sculpture, ceramics, proper watercolor and other painting applications.

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Band

Messiah Band is open to students in 4th through 8th grade.  Students may choose to play one of the following instruments:  Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone, Bell Kit/Drum.  Each student will also need a band book.  Band Instrument Service Company is the music store we work with and their staff will help you with all of your band instrument needs.  You can choose to rent or purchase your instrument.  Messiah Band meets after school on Mondays and Wednesdays.  Students with less than one year of band instrument experience will meet in Beginning Band from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15.  Students who have played an instrument for one year or longer will meet from 4:30 to 5:15 in Advanced Band.  We have a minimum of two concerts a year.  The cost for band is $45 per month.

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Drama

From a young age, Messiah students learn how to be comfortable in front of an audience.  Each grade leads chapel once a year with skits and songs.  Preschool has a Christmas Program, as well as K-2nd.  Grades 3rd-5th and 6th-8th each do spring musicals.

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Music

Grades K-8 have music education.  Music is also woven through classroom instruction to help with memorization and other skills.

Junior Praise Team

The Junior Praise Team sings with Messiah’s adult Praise Team once a month to enhance our Sunday morning worship.  If you love to sing, please join us!

  • Leader: Beth Schult
  • Fees: None
  • Eligibility: 3rd-5th Grade
  • Schedule: Throughout the school year: one practice per month; sing one Sunday per month at the 11:00 am worship service

Youth Praise Team

The Youth Praise Team sings with Messiah’s adult Praise Team once a month to enhance our Sunday morning worship.  If you love to sing, please join us!

  • Leader: Beth Schult
  • Fees: None
  • Eligibility: 6th-8th Grade
  • Schedule: Throughout the school year: one practice per month; sing one Sunday per month at the 11:00 am worship service

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Strings

The Messiah String’s Program starts the first week of  September.  This program is available for student’s grades 1st-8th.  The Beginner Group meet Tuesday 3:15-4pm and the Advanced Group meet Thursday 3:15-4pm.  The fee is $60 a month, which includes the instrument rental and the instruction.  Please contact Kendra Hamilton is you are interested at johnandkendra3@sbcglobal.net.

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Talent Show

Students in grades K-8th are encouraged to showcase their talents in the annual spring talent show.  Past performances have included everything from comedy to singing, dancing, instruments & jump roping!  Practice your talents and get ready for next year’s show!

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