Great Lakes Visual & Performing Arts Academy

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Well known for its excellence; Sandusky High School Arts programs have been nurturing, educating and developing student’s creativity in areas of Commercial Arts, Visual Arts, Photography, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Vocal and Instrumental Music, as well as Musical Theatre on a high level for decades. With the inception of the Great Lakes Visual & Performing Arts Academy, students will have the opportunity to explore more, create more and challenge themselves to excel in their chosen discipline.
Offering comprehensive academic curriculum and intensive pre-professional training, students will be prepared for the rigorous competition of program acceptance at the college level, as well as experience for the professional art world.
School children exposed to drama, music and dance may do a better job at mastering reading, writing and math than those who focus solely on academics, according to a report by the Arts Education Partnership.*
(*First published in 2002, USA Today)
Contact Information:
Rosalyn Shepherd, Director
Areas of Study:
Theatre: Theatre helps with understanding social relationships, complex issues and emotions. It also improves concentrated thought and story comprehension.*
Music: Music improves math achievement and proficiency, reading and cognitive development. It also boosts SAT verbal scores and skills for second language learners.*
Dance: Dance helps with creative thinking, originality, elaboration, and flexibility. It also improves expressive skills, social tolerance, self-confidence and persistence.*
Visual Arts: Visual Arts improves content and organization of writing. It also promotes sophisticated reading skills and interpretation of text.*
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