Fine Art

Music Education

We take pride in our award-winning Fine Arts Department! We offer general music classes starting in Kindergarten and piano classes starting in 2nd Grade. Many of our students in HS Choir earn themselves high honors at state-wide and local competitions. Twice a year, our Choir students perform at concerts, and once a year, piano students take part in a recital.

Elementary Music (Grade K-4)

Elementary Music classes gives students the opportunity to learn how to:

  • read music
  • play several instruments
  • learn about composers
  • and learn fun and exciting songs as they develop a love for music

All students are involved in several public performances.

Middle School Music (Grades 5-8)

Middle School Music is a combination of general music and choir. Middle school students are provided the opportunity to:

  • continue their development of musical skills through general music knowledge,
  • learn to read and perform music through singing and playing instruments.

They are able to use these gifts in several public performances during the school year.

High School Choir (Grades 9-12)

High School Choir provides a rewarding opportunity for students to:

  • excel together in the rehearsal and performance of quality choral music
  • strive for excellence in reaching their full potential both as individuals and as a group.

Along with performances at our Christmas and Spring concerts, the choir also sings at nursing homes and other non-school events. Though choir is not a required course for 10th-12th Grade, a high percentage of our student body continues to participate in choir. Students who have sung in a UBCS choir leave our school with a unique experience and a fond memory that stays with them.

Piano Lessons

Piano lessons are available upon request. Students are provided with a once a week 30 minute lessons. These lessons start at the beginning level in second grade through high school. Students learn how to:

  • read music
  • play a wide variety of general, sacred, and classical literature
  • minister with their talents in chapels, assemblies, and a spring recital.