Last Thursday, CCSA students heard from Charlayne Hunter-Gault, an African American civil rights hero and children’s author. With fitting words in what was a difficult election week for our community, Ms. Hunter-Gault talked about the arts as a civil rights tool.
This week, the Pennsylvania Ballet visited CCSA to deliver a masterclass to our older dancers as part of a year-long partnership. The visiting choreographer said he was “incredibly impressed” by our students’ knowledge, discipline, and focus! A select group of our dance majors in middle and upper school will travel to Philadelphia to see a performance
This month, Enchantment Theater Company brought us their touring performance of A Beast in the Bayou, tying in with our younger grades’ study of nature and the environment in science. Enchantment’s productions incorporate magic and puppetry for highly visual storytelling. Grades 2-4 enjoyed the performance and interacted enthusiastically with the actors and their teachers in
Watch our new video and discover why arts integration is the key to CCSA’s successful academic program.
One of CCSA’s four defining pillars is Purpose. By purpose we mean that all students will develop a clear action plan for their future academic or career pursuits during their time with us. Planning for the future might sound straightforward, but developing a sense of purpose is a complicated journey. We know that our children
Get out the party hats, prepare the confetti, sound the kazoos, and cut the cake because CCSA is celebrating five years of educational excellence in Chester! We’ll be celebrating all year long with pop-up performances, art exhibits, tours of CCSA and Chester, profiles, stories, and videos. We hope you’ll be part of the celebration! First