Greencastle, PA – Music and art are mixing with technology for the two newest courses being proposed at Greencastle-Antrim High School.
The school board is considering an expansion of the high school program of studies that includes Sound Recording Studio Foundations in the music curriculum and 3-D Design and Ceramics Portfolio under the STEAM umbrella.
Two sound rooms in the music suite have been prepared for the Sound Recording Studio Foundation course. Equipment has been purchased with grant money.
Art is a deliberate part of STEAM with the 3-D Design and Ceramics Portfolio course in which students will complete individual assignments on functional and sculptural 3-D work to build a high-quality portfolio.
The district has had a STEAM department for three years. High school Principal Ed Rife expects the curriculum to stay fluid.
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