Beyond the Numbers

TASPA student

Three-Year Progression

The Alberta School of Performing Arts Three-Year Progression
  • At The Alberta School of Performing Arts, the arts serve as a vehicle to construct academic and social-emotional growth of our students. We strive to enrich student learning through experiences with a variety of art forms including dance, theatre, visual art and music.

    Last year, our TASPA family increased by over 150 students and several new faculty members. While we were excited to welcome new students and faculty, the year was filled with adjustments and growing pains as we learned more about each other and how to work as a unified team. Our data reflected this change, as it remained unchanged from 2018 to 2019. This year we hit the ground running with a collaborative teams approach, dedicated to high expectations for each student, every day.

  • Strengths

    • State Honors for theatre include first place duet acting, second place duet acting, 1st place duet musical, 1st place group acting.
    • We have six National Board Certified Teachers; with four currently pursuing certification.
    • Received grant funding from Drums Alive! Program, 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC), and Parent Teacher Leadership Academy (PTLA)
    • Increased the number of students participating in All-State and District Honor Band

  • Opportunities

    • Increase student reading and math proficiency and growth
    • Reduce chronic absenteeism
    • Increase parent and community engagement

2019 Report Card Grade

  • C