‘Fine’-Tuning

Academy Could Give Students A Way To Enhance Their Instruction In Arts

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Posted: October 6, 2012

Students gather around for the women’s camerata singing class at Harrisonburg High School on Thursday. The city school system is looking at a proposal for a Fine Arts Academy. (Photos by Stephen Mitchell / DN-R)
LEFT TO RIGHT: Harrisonburg High School students Callie Glover, Margaret Morrell, Andrea Wood, Daelynn McCleve and Cassidy Holsinger sing in the women’s camerata class at Harrisonburg High School on Thursday.
Harrisonburg High School students Jasmyn Arrington (left) and Ariel Vogel sing in the women’s camerata choir class at Harrisonburg High School on Thursday. City schools are looking at a new program to enhance fine arts learning.
HARRISONBURG — Throughout elementary and middle school, students in Harrisonburg City Schools receive an average of 26 minutes of fine arts instruction per day.

But if students pursue offerings...


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