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We offer various academic classes to the homeschool community. In 2012 we appointed a volunteer Academic Director, and have expanded our locations to several areas as well as sponsoring Titus 2 Moms, a home school support group. A Lending Library & Resource Center opened in 2012, and was relocated in 2014 to the inner city. It currently has over 7,000 books, curriculum and home school resources available for checkout and is located at Pine Street Baptist Church. .
Since 2009 the number of our athletics programs and the number of students participating in those programs has grown tremendously. The success of our athletic programs is attributed to the work of our talented and dedicated volunteers; from the athletic director and coaches to the parents and additional adults that want to make a difference in the quality of the programs offered. In addition, we are proud of the fact that over the years several Eagles alumni have returned to be volunteers and coaches and mentors. We encourage our graduating students to remain connected with the program as they are an invaluable part of our program success.
Georgianna Mills, 2010 home school graduate and founder and director of the drama ministry of CounterACT has been selected to be a student in the 2015 Performing Arts program at Sight & Sound Conservatory! Since her graduation, Georgianna has been seeking to provide the opportunity for home schooled students to participate in theater productions through the CounterACT, and feels that the Conservatory will equip her to lead the group more proficiently and professionally without requiring her to compromise her convictions.
The mission of Sight & Sound Conservatory, a post secondary education program, is to provide professional training in the performing arts from a Christian Worldview. Only 10 students are selected each year to receive mentoring both as a performer and a disciple of Christ. Through this program students receive classroom instruction in acting, singing, dancing and other relevant courses, and the opportunity to perform in Sight & Sound Theatres professional stage productions. They are encouraged to cultivate a lifestyle of character, commitment and competence. Sight and Sound Conservatory "exists to provide students the training that can lead to lifelong fulfillment both professionally and personally. Whether in the secular or Christian realm of performing arts, it is our intention that each graduate of Sight & Sound Conservatory will be a proficient, productive and powerful influence for Christ in the world."
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