Drama and Theater
Through drama, students further develop their communication skills, practice how to work collaboratively, and build self-awareness and confidence as they take center stage as actors, script writers, set designers, light technicians, sound engineers and directors!
Drama enables all students to communicate in powerful ways. Through the dramatic arts, children develop creative skills, verbal and non-verbal forms of expression, an awareness of the perspectives of others and aesthetic appreciation.
Connected with the IB's framework of inquiry, our performing arts program links themes explored across other subjects through which students are able to contextualize their learning. Students research, apply theories, create, present and reflect upon their work.