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Lessons

At CFCA, our Fine Arts Department offers lessons in the following areas:

Band & Orchestral Instruments

Woodwinds (clarinet, saxophone, flute, beginning oboe)

Strings (violin, viola, cello, beginning bass)

Snare Drum

Scottish Instruments

Bagpipes (Great Scottish Highland)

Snare (Scottish)

Tenor Snare (two styles; Rhythym & Flourishing)

Others


Piano

Recorder

Guitar

Vocal Training

 

Please call 478-788-6909 to contact an instructor or if you have any questions. Thank you.

 

The Civil Air Patrol

Central Fellowship hosts an Award Winning Civil Air Parol Program! We are home of the Georgia 808 which has been named Cadet Squadron of the Year - 2009 and received the 2010 Award for Squadron of Merit and Distinction!

Civil Air Patrol is the official auxiliary of the United States Air Force.  CAP is dedicated to giving back to the community through their three missions - Emergency Services, Aerospace Education, and Cadet Programs.  Members of the Cadet Program, the focus of CFCA Squadron GA-808, can actively participate in all of the CAP's missions.  CAP's cadet program prepares them for success later in life.

Click the Official Seal below to access the Civil Air Patrol website.

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Drama

Drama is an elective available for Middle School (6th- 8th grade) as well as High School (9th- 12th grade.)Middle school drama starts with the teaching of basic acting techniques and will work on performances that will be presented in our chapel and plays that can be performed in our Chapel programs, off-campus events and in the Georgia Independant Christian Arts & Academics (GICAA) Regional and State "Act One" Competitions.

     

 

 

Fine Arts Booster Club

Dear CFCA Fine/Performing Arts Family and Friends,

It is an honor and pleasure to serve as your CFCA School Board Chairman for the Fine/Performing Arts Programs.In this position, I feel the most important thing is offering all our students the type of art that enables them to be expressive and creative.Whether they are learning an instrument, singing, acting or creating visual art, they are all using their God-given talents.Beyond the direct benefits of learning how music and art can be a part of their lives, involvement in the arts builds skills in the areas of self-confidence, public speaking, organizational group skills and especially cognitive learning; all needed to live healthy lives in this ever-changing world.

These opportunities cannot happen without a group of parent boosters.Here is where you come in and how you can help.By becoming one of the Fine/Performing Arts Booster Club officers/members, you are directly affecting the quality of arts at CFCA.The Booster Club also directly supports performing and visual art teachers’ classroom needs.

The Fine/Performing Arts Teaching Staff through prayer and teamwork created these Mission and Vision Statements as well as the Booster Club Mission Statement.

 

CFCA Fine/Performing Arts Mission Statement

Support CFCA by providing a Christ-centered environment that glorifies God and challenges CFCA students in music, drama, and art.Our goal is to develop the God-given abilities of students seeking careers, ministry, or personal enrichment in the arts programs through top-quality instruction grounded in biblical truth.

 

CFCA Fine/Performing Arts Vision Statement

Serving the CFCA student body to the glory of God through the Fine/Performing Arts.

 

Booster Club Mission statement

Increase and improve opportunities in the Fine/Performing Arts for the benefit of CFCA students, their families, and the community.The Booster Club would support the instrumental and vocal music, drama, and arts at CFCA by providing encouragement, affirmation, financial support, and programmatic support for the Fine/Performing Arts programs.

The Booster Club’s purpose will be to stimulate greater interest and appreciation for the Fine/Performing Arts, increase parental participation in the Fine/Performing Arts Program, provide support for music and drama performances, and provide fundraising opportunities for projects or trips approved by the membership.CFCA is looking for some talented parents to form CFCA’s first-ever Fine/Performing Arts Booster Club.You may have previous Booster Club experience or God-giving talents in other areas of which can be useful to our Fine/Performing Arts Programs and our STUDENTS!!!

Please pray about laying the foundation for a much needed and overdue program at CFCA.Please fill out the information on the back of this letter and have your child return it to their Fine/Performing Arts Teacher.I have no doubt the time spent on our future generations and CFCA will be worth every second and every penny spent.The Fine/Performing Arts Teaching Staff and I look forward to serving with you.

 

Sincerely,

Jim Keels - Chairman, Fine/Performing Arts

 

 

GO BIG BLUE!!!

 

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Music/Band

Elementary  Music

Elementary students in 1st - 5th grades meet once a week to learn basic music skills. Students are introduced to music education through basic theory, singing and learning to use instruments. They perform two musical concerts a year (December & May.)

Some of the skills taught in Elementary music are beat and rhythm, melody, harmony, instrumental technique, creating compositions, expression, music history and integrating music with general academic subjects.

Recorder & Elementary Band

Recorder classes are available to students beginning in the 3rd grade and Elementary Band is available to students in 4th - 5 th grades. While in 4th & 5th grades, students may play the recorder or learn to play a band instrument. Students in their first year of learning to play a band instrument are in the Beginning Elementary Band, those in their second year are in the Advanced Elementary Band.

Musical instruction includes beat and rhythm, melody, harmony, instrumental technique, creating compositions, expression, music history and integrating music with general academic subjects.

Students in these elementary class perform at elementary school musicals (December & May.)

Middle School Chorus

Middle School Chorus is offered to all students in the 6th – 8th grade. In chorus, the students are instructed in basic music theory concepts, the reading of music including time, note value, note names, and note rhythms. Proper vocal techniques are taught to the students as the songs are  learned. Our Middle School Chorus participates in two annual concerts  (Decemeber & May) and competes in the Georgia Independent Christian Arts & Academics (GICAA) Regional & State Choral Competitions. 

High School Chorus

High School Chorus is offered to all students in the 9th – 12th grade. In chorus the students will continue to learn music theory concepts, the reading of music and time, note value, note names, and note rhythms. Advanced vocal technique are taught to the students as the songs are learned. Our High School Chorus participates in off-campus events, two annual concerts  (Decemeber & May) and competes in the Georgia Independent Christian Arts & Academics (GICAA) Regional & State Choral Competitions.

 Middle School & High School Band

Middle School Band (6th-8th grade) and High School Band (9th-12th grade) each meet 4 days a week.

Continued music instruction includes advanced methods in beat and rhythm, melody, harmony, instrumental technique, creating compositions, form, expression, music history, performance, and integrating music with general academic subjects.

Students in each of these upper school bands perform at the following: concerts, chapel, pep band for school sports events, off campus performances, and the Georgia Independant Christian Arts & Academics (GICAA) Regional and State Competitions.

 

 

 

 

 

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