September 11, 2023 - June 22, 2024


Monday Classes
Art III (Grades 6+)

These advanced classes will push artistic boundaries and challenge creative limits. Young artists will intensively develop their skills in drawing, painting, sketching, sculpting and model making. Student works will be featured at Amber Academy events and at various community art shows throughout the year.

Grades: 6+

Mondays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Concert Choir (Grades K-4)

Concert Choir is for younger students who want to develop their interest and ability in the vocal talents they’ll enjoy throughout their life and makes early experiences of group singing fun and inspiring. Choristers will learn about voice, sound and music through playful exercises as a group, and also learn to read music and understand rhythms. Our goal is to introduce students to multi-part music of many genres. Concert Choir students will deepen their love of singing, develop social skills, and make positive friendships.

In addition to our fall, spring, and year-end performance events, students may be asked to perform at other events in the community.

Grades: K-4

Mondays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Wednesday Classes
Art I (Grades K-2)

In this fun and inspiring art class, students will learn to explore self-expression and creativity through freehand drawing, painting, sculpting and model making using a variety of artistic mediums. Student works will be featured at Amber Academy events and at various community art shows throughout the year. 

Grades: K-2 (Art I)

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Art II (Grades 3-5)

In this fun and inspiring art class, students will learn to explore self-expression and creativity through freehand drawing, painting, sculpting and model making using a variety of artistic mediums. Student works will be featured at Amber Academy events and at various community art shows throughout the year. 

Grades: 3-5 (Art II)

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Photography (Grades 5+)

Students will learn how images work, their structure, the basics of Visual Language, and the universal power of pictures to express ideas. Our intent is to sharpen the students’ powers of observation and make better photographs. They will also learn the basics of how cameras and lenses work, the properties of light, the role of highlights, the depth of shadows and the transitions between them. Each week students will explore a theme using these principles. Students may use any digital device to make their pictures and will need access to email to submit their pictures for review in class.    

Grades: 5+

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Show Choir (Grades 5+)

Show Choir is an ensemble that combines the movement of dance and singing to perform songs from a variety of musical composers. Through this program, students will learn proper use of breath support, phrasing, interpretation, postures, stage presence, and the other important musical disciplines and vocal techniques. Students will study and perform vocal and choral music in a variety of styles and learn the art of movement and dance.

In addition to our fall, spring, and year-end performance events, students may be asked to perform at other events in the community.

Grades: 5+

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Friday Classes
Sound & Lighting Design (Grades 6+)

In this class, students will learn the roles and responsibilities of the technical crew for theatre productions and live events. In addition to gaining hands-on experience in sound and lighting set-up & design, students will also learn other aspects of stagecraft including script analysis and special effects integration. Students from this class will have the opportunity to work technical support for productions and performances presented by Amber Academy.”

Grades: 6+

Fridays, 3:30pm-5:00pm

Theatre I - Junior Acting (Grades K-3) - WAITLISTED

Young actors will develop self-confidence through theatre games, grow listening skills through storytelling, and promote coordination through movement. Students will learn about expression through improv and mime, character creation, voice projection, enunciation, theatre vocabulary terms, proper stage entrances and exits, and performing in the spotlight.

In addition to our fall and year-end performance events, students who are registered in the fall term Theatre I classes may be considered for roles in our spring musical theatre production. 

Grades: K-3

Fridays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

*Students will be required to also attend rehearsals on Sunday afternoons for January-April in preparation for the spring musical theatre production. At-home preparation and consistent attendance will be required.

Theatre II - Intermediate Acting (Grades 4+)

Students will learn to refine their rehearsal and performance skills and develop inner constructs that build confidence and awareness through a variety of vocal & physical techniques, and theatre exercises. Students will explore scenes and monologues, character studies, and script work through a variety of styles such as improv and comic timing, while experimenting with breath work designed to help connect with and access a range of emotions used for character development in a playful, supportive and team-based environment. 

In addition to our fall and year-end performance events, students who are registered in the fall term Theatre II classes will be considered for lead roles in our spring musical theatre production.

Grades: 4+

Fridays, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

*Students will be required to also attend rehearsals on Sunday afternoons for January-April in preparation for the spring musical theatre production. At-home preparation and consistent attendance will be required.


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