Pathway Overview

The Music Pathway is a comprehensive course of study which prepares students with the skills necessary to be successful when advancing to study music at the collegiate level. Throughout their course of study, students will learn advanced skills specific to their instrument or voice by participating in our award-winning performance ensembles which include: Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Philharmonic Orchestra, Advanced Choir, Treble Choir, and Percussion Ensemble. Students in these ensembles will have opportunities to apply the skills honed in these courses by participating in various extensions of the traditional classroom. This includes working with university professors, clinicians and professionals in the field of music, as well as competing in festivals and competitions at the state and national level. Along with their ensemble classes, music Pathway students will participate in other music courses to enhance their level of musicianship. These courses include Piano, Guitar, Music Appreciation, Music Theory, Musical Theatre and Music Technology which range from Introductory Level to Advanced Placement to Dual Enrollment courses. Additionally, students may participate in extra-curricular activities such as All-State Music Ensembles, Indoor Percussion, Color Guard, and Musical Theatre Productions.