FINE ARTS | SECONDARY DRAMA
The stage has always been used to portray “slices of life”. With this in mind, drama at CCS is taught in a manner that teaches its students skills that have value for a lifetime. Through classroom activities, valuable information, chapter reviews, fun assignments, and special projects, the students address these areas of study:
External Communication Skills
Internal Creative Processes
Connection to Intellectual Physical and Spiritual Life
Aesthetic Appreciation and Discernment
Each of these areas are clearly connected to Christian values, knowing that God will bless each student as he enjoys rich, healthy relationships on and off the stage.
Drama is offered to junior high students as an elective in their seventh and eighth grade years. Students show off their skills by performing a play on the school's stage at the end of each semester.
In high school, the Junior Class studies drama for one semester culminating in 3 performances at the historic Crighton Theatre in downtown Conroe. Their exposure to drama includes acting, choreography, costumes, lighting, make-up and directing. The Junior Play has included performances of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Box Car Children, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.