MUSE Academy, a new Pre-K3 through 12 independent school housed within the Brooklyn Music School, announces the final Information Session for 2018 at 126 St Felix Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 9am.
Information Sessions are held throughout the school year and into the summer in order to provide maximum flexibility to families researching educational options. Attendees will hear from our Head of School, Director of Admissions, and Director of Music & Performing Arts about the MUSE Academy educational approach, the curriculum, and the learning experience children can look forward to, and will also have the opportunity to meet with a selection of MUSE academic and performing arts faculty. Reserve an information session slot online at https://museacademybk.com/muse-information-sessions.
"Our information sessions are a valuable resource for any parent in the local community. Here they will get to meet our exceptional and highly-qualified faculty and learn how the MUSE approach will encourage your child to reach their full potential through our rigorous curriculum, music, dance and performing arts", Zoe Marmot, Admissions Director.
MUSIC: We approach music through immersive daily instruction beginning in Pre-K that weaves rhythm, song, and simple melodies into the fabric of learning and daily life. Every MUSE artist develops baseline musicianship that builds into advanced levels of performance and music creation in succeeding years.
LETTERS & SPEECH: We believe that language skills are acquired best through a performative approach in which reading, writing, and speaking well are taught as pleasurable activities that grow out of vivid texts and shared creation. Early skills are then honed through study of grammar, rhetoric, and literary performance as children mature.
Our science curriculum ignites a sense of wonder and drive to understand the world by progressing from visual learning and tactile experimentation, to analytical skills and tools. We present science as an ongoing and unfinished project that MUSE students actively participate in as future scholars and citizens.