Arts at MPCS
and 4 Shuler Hensley Awards won in the Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards Program. Musicians and artists at MPCS have also won countless All State selections and were finalists in the Governor's Honors program.
conducted annually both on and off campus. Performances include musical theatre, drama, band,m orchestra, chorus, marching band, dance, chapel band, and murray arts academy productions. Shows on stage also feature student work on costume production, set building, sound arrangement, lighting design, and technical theatre live production assistance.
conducted in any given school year. Training in dance, drama, piano, voice, instrumental music, and visual art occur throughout the curriculum and through the after-school lessons in the Murray Arts Academy.
Among our entire student body, a high percentage participate in fine or performing arts in preschool age 3 through grade 12.
Participation in band, chorus, orchestra, guitar, and recording arts engages young musicians in grades 5-12.
On average, one fifth of each graduating class has completed the Dozier School of Arts magnet program. Every year, many of these graduates choose to continue their pursuit of arts-related majors at the college of their choice.
The state-of-the-art Murray Arts Center plays host to our award-winning arts programs in all genres.
The Murray Arts Center hosts our award-winning arts programs for PK3 through twelfth grade students in band, chorus, orchestra, chapel band, dance, theater, commercial music, and visual arts. Our programs have received distinguished recognition in all areas, including the Governor's Honors Program, Georgia Music Educators Association All-State ensembles, Scholastic Art statewide awards, Best of Cobb, and the Shuler Hensley Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards program.
Through the breadth of arts training opportunities that the school provides, MPCS is committed to training students to be educated consumers and performers of the arts, with the hopes that current arts culture might be influenced through the efforts of the school and the inspiration of God’s word.
We have always been and continue to be impressed with the quantity and variety of extracurricular activities at MPC. There is definitely a well-rounded offering that seems to provide opportunity for all interests.
Voted "Best Performing Arts" in Cobb
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Our arts faculty and staff are happy to answer any questions about curricular and co-curricular fine and performing arts programs.
The community of MPCS is the greatest benefit of our investment. There is a sense of belonging within the arts, academic, and athletic communities. Because of this, my daughter has had more opportunity to develop her leadership skills and take part in many clubs and activities that have helped her grow into the smart, talented, and accomplished young lady she is now.