Performing Arts are fundamental to each student’s development.
The arts provide many opportunities for students to demonstrate their skills through authentic performance. From the annual Shakespeare Festival to Theatre Arts I and II for Grades 7 and 8 to the many award-winning performances across the Rhetoric School, students have many opportunities to express their God-given creativity.
- Students in Grades 7 and 8 perform a one-act play and hold a Shakespeare Festival and play.
- Rhetoric students present an annual musical and spring play.
Students compete in the TAPPS One-Act Competition:
2015 - "As You Like It" 1st District, 2nd at State
2016 - "A Wrinkle in Time" 1st District, 3rd in State, Best Actress at State
2017 - " The Importance of Being Earnest" 1st District, 1st in State, Best Actor at State
2018 - "And A Child Shall Lead" 1st District, 1st in State, All-Star Cast members state, All-Star Crew member state
2019 - "The Three Muskateers" 1st District, 1st in State, All-Star Cast members state, All-Star Crew member state, Best Actor at State