Great River School
Welcome to Caroline's website for the 2012-2013 school year! Please make sure you register an account, and start using the resources available.
Boys' Choir is an occupations course open to all A1 male-identifying students as a 2-unit class each semester. Choir involves five important elements: rehearsal, sight reading, solo/ ensemble work, attendance and critique of a public concert, and the GRS choir concert each semester.
Chamber Choir is an auditioned ensemble, meeting during zero hour four mornings each week. Students learn advanced repertoire from a variety of genres, work independently in quartets, and also have the opportunity to choose individual solo/ensemble work. Auditions are held in May.
Girls' Choir is an occupations course open to all A1 female-identifying students as a 2-unit class each semester. Choir involves five important elements: rehearsal, sight reading, solo/ ensemble work, attendance and critique of a public concert, and the GRS choir concert each semester.
Popular Music in Context
Students may take this course for arts credit or as an elective social studies credit.
In this applied musical theatre course, students will engage with all aspects of performance, including singing, choreography, acting, blocking, and tech. We will select a series of music from 20th and 21st century popular music, then build a new context around the songs to reinvent their contexts. Students will do dramaturge work, and create written analyses of the selections that demonstrate this understanding. This is a heavily performance-based class; all students must be willing to sing and act in the classroom and on stage.
Find rehearsal tracks here, as well as important documents, including a digital copy of your rehearsal schedule.
Schoolhouse Rock J-Term
Welcome, Schoolhouse Rock J-Termers! Use this site for easy access to videos of each song, as well as rehearsal tracks and lyrics/sheet music.
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