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Introduction to Music Theory and Appreciation
Full-year course. This course combines the introductory study of music theory with an overview of Western music history. It focuses on the building blocks of melody, harmony, rhythm, and notation to help students understand the mechanics of how music works. In addition, it explores the history and development of Western music from Ancient times to the present, placing composers and famous works in their historical context.
Intermediate Music Theory
Full-year course. Students will take their understanding of melody, harmony, rhythm, and notation to the next level by creating, manipulating, and analyzing chord progression and formal structure in instrumental works of the common practice period and the pop music of the later twentieth century.
Kinesiology and Nutrition I
Single-semester course (Fall only). Kinesiology and Nutrition I introduces the student to the knowledge, resources, and skills necessary to maintain a healthy physical lifestyle, with a particular focus on the intentional development of habits in the areas of movement and nutrition.
Kinesiology and Nutrition II
Single-semester course (Spring only). Kinesiology and Nutrition II challenges the student to grow the knowledge, practice, and skills necessary to live an active lifestyle with healthy nutrition. The goal of the course is the development of valuable health and fitness habits, along with the habit of constant self-evaluation. This course may be taken alone, or as the second in a series of health-related courses. Students who have previously taken Kinesiology and Nutrition I will build upon what was presented in that class, but this course may also be taken as a standalone.
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