North High School endeavors to provide an enriching, vibrant, multidisciplinary environment for the study, creation, and presentation of the Fine Arts. At Victoria School students are invited to build upon their creative capacity to inquire with deep curiosity, to think unconventionally, to question the norm and imagine and reflect on new perspectives in order to become more passionate and compassionate members of the local and global community.
There are uncountable ways my school affected me, but these are the ones that made me who I am, and as thankful as I am for being a part of this magnificent school, I couldn’t be grateful enough to my parents, for making the right choice for me. My school turned 25 this year on July 12th, and I can only wish that wonderful citizens bring back the laurels for this school as alumni and create a place for this institution in the pages of history!
Since 1983 this event has been run by parent volunteers who devote hundreds of combined hours to raise money that benefits the general student population at Bella Vista High School. Collectively, our faculty and administrators strive to give students in this school the best possible arts education within a liberal arts curriculum while also meeting the diverse educational and cultural needs of the campus and community. The school was awarded the „Erasmus + VET Mobility Charter 2015-2020 by the Icelandic Erasmus+ National Agency. Creative Arts students explore and learn the core subjects of language arts, math, science, and social studies through direct experience and a hands-on curriculum with an arts-integrated focus.
The toughest thing is having to explain over & over again that the combat arts are traditionally inseparable from the traditional healing arts as well. What a day for Saint David’s at the Manhattan Private Middle School Championship in Van Cortlandt Park! Singers from South High School, North High School, and Mendota High School gathered in the choir room at DGS to rehearse Ms. Parker’s arrangements and to develop together a deeper sense of artistic expression through vocal music performance. The City & Guilds of London Art School combines skills-based teaching with History of Ideas and contextual Art Histories programmes that employ London’s various museums and galleries as an important resource for regular targeted study trips. An atmosphere of flow and an exchange of ideas between departments is encouraged and works by students in different age groups are continually on show in the school building. If there is a place children are as comfortable as being home, it is only school.
With such an outstanding reputation and legacy behind, for any kid getting admission to this ideal music school is nothing short of a challenge. Even though, I can’t be a part of the festivities, I can at least share my happiness with many of my fellow school mates, who feel the same way.