Did You Know?

  1. Colleges and places of employment are looking for persons
    who have the ability to solve problems using critical thinking and
    creative processes.
  2. Student frequent involvement in visual and performing arts supports critical thinking which in turn positively impacts academic progress.
  3. Studies have shown that the arts are an essential part of student development and should no longer be regarded as extracurricular activities in school.
  4. Positive self-perception has a strong correlation to movement, dance and sports during the school day.
  5. Students who interact with animals and gardening in school develop empathy, patience and a deeper knowledge of the Sciences.
  6. Students whose curiosity and observational skills are encouraged along with hands-on experiences in the Sciences from a young age can develop strong inferential and research skills.
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