School of Creative and Performing Arts
The San Diego School of Creative & Performing Arts will set the standard for a rigorous dual curriculum in grades 6-12 in preparation for post-secondary experiences in the arts and academics. SD SCPA students engage in powerful exchanges of creativity, critical thinking, and civic responsibility inspired by an appreciation for diversity in a collaborative environment promoting lifelong learning in the arts and academics.
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The San Diego School of Creative & Performing Arts commits to:
STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES (SLOs)
Each SLO clarifies for the entire school community what students will know, understand and be able to do when they graduate from high school. The SLOs guide policies, procedures, and standards-based curricula that align with these SLOs:
Scholar: An SDSCPA scholar is a critical and creative thinker with a passion for lifelong learning and discovery.
Citizen: An SDSCPA citizen is actively involved in creating an environment that is welcoming, engaging, and inclusive of a highly diverse community.
Professional: An SDSCPA professional strives towards the highest standards of quality in preparation for success in college, career, and life.
Artist: An SDSCPA artist is a courageous, self-disciplined individual with a strong work ethic and a continuous desire to create an authentic work of art.
Show your support from September 26-30, 2016!
Register to attend the October 20 fair at the Del Mar fair grounds exhibit hall.
ASB will only be approving the first 20 club constitutions submitted.
Come meet your child's teachers on Thursday, September 15!
Cecile McLorin Salvant and the future of jazz
SCPA encourages our students to apply for this prestigious recognition.
We invite ALL student and parents to attend!
SDSCPA’s after school provider, arc, is offering a three-day SAT preparation workshop August 15-17.
Performances from our summer intensive are around the corner.
As the curtain closes on another school year ...