Fine Arts

At MFSAA, Fine Arts education includes the study of dance, drums, piano and voice.

The MFSAA Fine Arts program was developed for each subject area and are guides for planning high school elective choices. A wide variety of elective courses are offered at Georgia schools at the secondary level in dance, music, theatre, visual and media arts and are chosen by local systems and schools to benefit their students.
In addition to classroom instruction, there are many activities that help students master Fine Arts content and skills such as local, regional and national art shows, performances and contests. Community arts partnerships and arts integration into core curricular areas are also part of students Fine Arts education opportunities. A list of resources is at the bottom of this webpage.

Fine Arts Standards

The MFSAA Standards of Excellence have been created in Dance, Drums, Piano, and Voice. The full adoption of the Arts begins in the 2018-19 school year.
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Private / Group Piano

By: S. Burroughs

We provide private and group piano instruction. Our students learn to be competent music readers with an understanding of music theory, technique and more. They learn to read rhythms, improvise, sightread, and play by ear too!  Parents can see their child's success in our annual concerts and recitals around the Atlanta metro area.

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Drums

By: David Burroughs

MFSAA offers simple yet effective drum lessons for beginners that bypass entry-level pad training. Through private drum lessons, group rehearsals, and live performances, students will learn introductory rudiments to drum fills and solos. Our core philosophy is that students gain musical proficiency through performance-based music education.

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Dance

By: Quiana Crute

At MFSAA, our dance classes embody various aspects of ballet, jazz, acrobatics, liturgical, lyrical, modern, and hip hop, while still maintaining autonomy.  Our students learn emotional moods, fast-moving choreographic strategies, emphasis on virtuosic display, the illustration of song lyrics, and, in group form, exact unison the emphasis teamwork.

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Chorus

By: S. Burroughs

Singing improves low self-esteem, boosts confidence, encourages a child to express their emotions, and sharpens their ability to communicate. But one of the biggest benefits of singing is the repeated use of the 'memory muscle' which helps children to learn.  MFSAA children's chorus class emphasizes healthy vocal quality, musicianship. Students perform two concerts per year.

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