Congratulations to the following HFAA students that participated in the SACS Competition today with their school!!
*Abby Peterman-Classical Piano, Choir
*Crissy Prill-Classical Piano, Speech, Choir
*Eva Rath-Classical Piano, Choir…
*Jacob Lawernce- Choir, Photography
*Veronica Valdalez-Voice, Choir
Keep up the good work students!! You make your HFAA teachers proud! 🙂
Congratulations to the Dorsey family for making it in the news!
Great work Nathaniel, Anthony and Daniel… you make your teachers proud!
The U.S. Department of Education lists the arts as
subjects that college-bound middle and junior high
school students should take, stating “Many colleges
view participation in the arts and music as a valuable
experience that broadens students’ understanding and
appreciation of the world around them. It is also well
known and widely recognized that the arts contribute
significantly to children’s intellectual development.”
In addition, one or two years of Visual and Performing
Arts is recommended for college-bound high school
students. — Getting Ready for College Early: A
Handbook for Parents of Students in the Middle and