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Drama

A well-rounded education involves exposure and opportunities in the areas of fine and performing arts.

Drama I introduces students to the basics of drama and helps students to develop an appreciation of dramatic literature and the dramatic profession through reading scripts and reading and writing projects. A variety of drama/theatre activities will provide students an arena to improve and polish their acting skills. Students also gain an appreciation for the history of theater and acting. At the end of each semester, the Drama students will display their work and talent in small scale productions. 

The high school graduation requirement states that students are to take 2-years of visual and performing arts. Two years of Drama or one year of Drama and another VPA course will satisfy the 2-year VPA requirement. This course introduces students to the basics of drama and helps students to develop an appreciation of dramatic literature and the dramatic profession through reading scripts and reading and writing projects. Through dramatic activities students are provided an arena to improve and polish personal skills. Students also gain an appreciation for the history of theater and the acting profession.

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