Made for the Stage
Scholars are introduced to the basic fundamentals of vocal music, theatre and voice. The program gives students the opportunity to enrich and “show off” abilities often untapped, (and often unknown even by the student) by everyday school activities.The program continues throughout the school year as the students perform for elementary schools, school functions, etc. Students will present two productions during the school year.
The Boom Squad Drum Line
Extracurricular activity for those students who wish to pursue the study of percussions. Emphasis is placed on technical skills development and the study of a variety of instrumental music. Students learn to create a unique sound while performing intricate marching skills and techniques.
IBM: I am Beautifully Made
STEM and Self Esteem
Through a partnership with Girl Scouts of America, girls build leadership skills, develop self-esteem, interpersonal skills and a love for science, technology, and math. The program focuses on issues such as general health, relationship building, service, leadership development, mental health, technology and coding. Skill building activities focus on developing study skills, goal setting and etiquette.
#BBIG: Boys Building Inner Greatness
Cultivates leadership skills, self-esteem, critical thinking, problem solving and interpersonal skills. The program focuses on issues such as general health, relationship building, service, leadership development, mental health, technology and coding. Skill building activities will focus on developing study skills, goal setting and etiquette.
Ivy Gems. NIA Gems, G-Gems
Participants try out and learn fundamental skills necessary for proper dance technique. Lessons in Cheer, Step, and Jazz movements. They lead and lift the school spirit for our schools. Students perform intricate steps incorporating the many forms of popular music and dance steps while at the same time maintaining many of the original patterns and forms.
It’s Your Move – Scholastic Chess
A unique program designed to introduce children/youth to the analytical thinking process of chess. Chess teaches children from an early age that their choices have consequences both good and bad. Thinking your moves through and trying to play the best move that you can is rewarding, while playing too quickly, and rushing your decisions can have negative repercussions.
Scholars have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports for fun and competition. They learn the fundamental skills of each game and also learn sportsmanlike conduct and cooperative play. Scholars are nurture in the way of personal character, skill development and physical fitness.
ScholarMade Achievement Place
2410 S. Battery Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72206
P. O. Box 55930
Little Rock, Arkansas 72215