Tag Archives: ACP

Senior Spotlight: Lucas Walters

Oak Hall’s Arts Conservatory Program (ACP) allows students to expand their creativity in their given study (art, music, or theater). In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior ACP students, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy! By Aiden Wacksman A – Advice you’d give your freshman-self? Stop worrying about things you

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Senior Spotlight: Anya AitSahlia

Oak Hall’s Arts Conservatory Program (ACP) allows students to expand their creativity in their given study (art, music, or theater). In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior ACP students, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy! By Lucas Walters A – Advice you’d give your freshman-self? Trust yourself.B – Best ACP

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Senior Spotlight: Henry Palmer

Oak Hall’s Arts Conservatory Program (ACP) allows students to expand their creativity in their given study (art, music, or theater). In an effort to make this year special for Oak Hall’s senior ACP students, we created A-Z questions for them to answer. We hope you enjoy! By Jenna Poppell A – Advice you’d give your freshman-self? Honestly, get into ACP earlier.

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ACP In the Era of COVID

By Emily Malloy In 2010, Oak Hall created a program called the Arts Conservatory Program (ACP).  ACP is an advanced track program that allows students to concentrate in theater, music, or visual arts. The students prepare and preform music, art, or theater pieces for their peers, which is rehearsed until the piece is perfected. Normally on performance days, Upper School students, faculty,

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Arts Conservatory Program: Nine Years Along, Still Going Strong

By: Mary Madelyn Broom Oak Hall’s Arts Conservatory Program (ACP) is proudly entering its ninth year of establishment, with Upper School students showcasing their various talents in weekly performances. The ACP, as detailed on the Oak Hall website, “is an advanced track program that allows students to concentrate in theater, music, or visual arts” and is “designed to enhance students’ problem-solving

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