Elementary Choir is a group of third through sixth grade students who learn to sing in a choral setting and perform. It is offered once a week before school. Once a year they participate in the ACSI Choral Festival where they are evaluated by a guest conductor and perform with other Southern California school choirs. They also perform at several assemblies through out the year, Open House and Grandparent's Day.
A beginning instrument class is now being offered as a pull out class for any 6th grade student interested in learning how to play a woodwind, brass, or percussion instrument for the first time. The most common wind instruments are flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, and trombone. In this class, students will be taught the technique of playing their chosen instrument, reading music, music history, music appreciation, and how their instrument is used in larger ensembles like marching bands, concert bands, jazz bands, and symphonic orchestras. No prior music experience is required for this class.
Worship Band is an extracurricular program offered 2-3 times a month after school. It is a rock band format with a worship twist. Students who play guitar, bass, drums or sing can try out to be on this worship band each year. It is a small group specifically selected from all those that audition. Instrumentalists must be able to read chord charts and singers must be able to harmonize. This group leads worship in chapel once a month and will also play any other requested venues.