Theater is the quickest way for a human being to share with others what it is to be alive. While developing personal drive and discipline, it allows students to be creators in their own artistic process. It teaches confidence, teamwork, and the creative process which will lead to success in the real world. In general, Drama provides all students the opportunity to develop fundamental group- and self- assessment skills, problem-solving skills; the ability to connect the literature being studied to a variety of cultures, history, and other content areas. Drama and theater students will learn to reach their audience through storytelling, movement, and expression. All of our theater programs provide opportunities for students to develop skills in critical listening and thinking, as well as stage presence, ensemble work, and aesthetic awareness culminating public performances.


Every Spring we have a school musical presentation that is open for students grades 3rd and up to audition for.