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American Academy

Performing Arts Program

Black background with the Puffs logo announcing the play.
 
Don’t miss your chance to see this Fall’s Middle School play: “Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic”.
 
You already know the story of a certain glasses wearing, scar bearing,  boy wizard. Now is the time to learn the story of his fellow classmates: The Puffs.
 
Get your tickets now to see students from all 3 campuses perform in this hilarious comedy. Runtime: 90ish minutes. Red Cast=students from Castle Pines, Blue Cast= Students from Motsenbocker and Lincoln Meadows.
 
 
 
 
American Academy is proud to offer American
AAPA

Academy Performing Arts (AAPA), a program of extracurricular instruction, activities and experiences intended to supplement and challenge students in excelling in the performing arts. We aim to offer the most professional experience possible for each student as they develop confidence and poise on stage, attributes which translate into many areas of education and which promote exceptional life skills.
AAPA extracurricular opportunities are open to all students and feature instructors from around the community as well as from our own exceptional, full-time performing arts team. Students can begin taking dance, theater, voice, and/or instrumental classes as early as Kindergarten. Older students (grades 5-8) may pursue AAPA certification, a more focused option for learning. Certification requires enrollment in, and completion of, a sequenced AAPA program in one or more areas of study prior to 8th grade graduation.  This program will facilitate deeper learning from a professional perspective, develop poise and confidence, and special recognition upon completion including an introduction to high school performing arts staff.

AAPA Certificate Program Enrollment

AAPA certificate class enrollments occur throughout the year in four sessions (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer). If less than 10 students enroll for a track or any given performing arts class, that class may be cancelled and a refund issued. Unless a class is cancelled by the school, enrollment and participation fees are non-refundable.
 
Once a student has been registered for an AAPA certificate track, an appointment may be scheduled by the parents with an AAPA staff member who will help advise the student regarding courses to complete, potential substitutions, or alternative possibilities to help complete AAPA certificate requirements. Students should strive to complete as much coursework as possible, through AAPA offerings as opposed to substitutions.