Our recording studio is located in McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts and is used in conjunction with our Songwriting, Music Production, and Recording courses and Afternoon Program.
Middle School music classes introduce students to sight singing, rhythms, vocal production, ensemble performance, music theory, and history. Students learn key signatures, time signatures, and an in depth musical vocabulary. Emphasis is placed on exposing the student to a variety of music and encouraging an appreciation of all styles of music.
Middle School theatre introduces students to the exciting world of the stage. By using improvisation, collaboration, theatre games, and other fun activities, students learn to perform and to support others while they are performing.
Learning self-expression through the visual arts is an important part of the curriculum at SAS. The middle school art courses allow students to experiment with a variety of media including drawing, painting, printing, photography, digital design, architecture, sculpture, and clay.
Built in 1929 as a gymnasium, the building was transformed in 1981 to provide a spacious classroom and rehearsal studio.
Located in the Simmonds Building, our art facilities include three studios.
Built in 2009, McCrory Hall for the Performing Arts is home to our theater and music programs.
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 3209
M.A., Bowling Green State University
School: 931.598.5651 ext. 1017
M.A., Art History - Fine and Decorative Art, Sotheby's Institute of Art
M.A., Design and Visual Communication, Edinburgh College of Art
M.A., Theatre Education, The Catholic University of America