It’s been in the Morning Announcements, in the halls, and everyone’s talking about it: The Winter White Semi-Formal dance is where all the kool kats are hanging out on January 29th, 2016.
Over the years, music has become a huge shared part of the human experience; and at IACS, this is especially true of the educational music program. Most people are involved in music at the school in some way, either by participating in the chorus program, taking a music class, or just by attending live music performances.
“It’s a pretty special place,” said Middle School Dean of Students, Charlene LaRoche.
IACS is turning 20 years old, celebrating being open from 1996 to 2016. IACS was made to prepare young minds for the real world, during and after their high school experience. IACS wanted preparation to be a focus. Think back to our four outcomes; effective communication, self-direction, problem solving, and community membership. Every day those outcomes are used at IACS, it is accomplishing the goals of IACS that were made when the school first started.
With Donna Harrington integrating yoga into our gym curriculum, a wide variety of IACS students are now finding themselves in downward facing dog positions they never expected to be in.