The study of Drama promotes development in the areas of communication, acting, singing, movement and performance skills, while developing confidence in self-expression and understanding human motivations and communication. Drama classes teach students the fundamentals of acting and stagecraft, including participation in a performance and the requirements of stage crew.

Acting and performance arts help to build a student’s confidence and self-esteem through the development of oral communication skills, creative problems solving abilities, adaptability and flexibility. Drama classes also teach children how to express themselves, work together as a team and think creatively. They can also help children to boost their emotional literacy, which includes how to express themselves and their emotions.

Our Drama classes are grouped into the following levels:

  • Pre-Juniors (ages 6 – 7 years old)
  • Juniors (ages 8 – 10 years old)
  • Pre-Intermediate (ages 10 – 11 years old)
  • Intermediate (ages 11 – 12 years old)
  • Senior (ages 13 – 18 years old)

Student’s drama experience and skills, along with age, are taken into consideration when placing students within classes.