Fine Arts

High School/Middle School
Spring Concert and Art Show

Thursday, May 10th at 7pm
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lower School Spring Concert and Art Show

Thursday, May 3rd at 7pm
 


FAQs FOR THE EVENING OF THE LOWER SCHOOL PERFORMANCE:
  • WHERE DO I TAKE MY CHILD THE NIGHT OF THE PROGRAM?
    All students should report to their CLASSROOMS at 6:30 p.m.    After the K, 1st and 2nd graders perform their part of the program, they will be dismissed to sit with their parents, so be sure to save them a seat! 
  • WHAT ABOUT AFTER THE CONCERT?  
    After our program is completed, all students need to go with their teachers back to their classrooms, where parents can pick them up. This is the safest system for our children. Thank you for your understanding. 
  • WHAT SHOULD MY STUDENT WEAR?
    K, 1st and 2nd graders need to wear their field trip t-shirts, with blue jeans and athletic shoes (no open toed shoes or sandals).  
    3rd, 4th and 5th Graders need to wear BLUE shirts (little or no graphic, if possible).  Any shade of blue, (except the four 4th grade girls who are angels in the musical who we would request wear light blue),  blue jeans and athletic shoes (no open toed shoes or sandals, please).  
    Please keep hair out of the face. So girls, think half way up, pinned/clipped back, braids or ponytails. 

 

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At ICS, we acknowledge that because God is creative, and we were created in His image, He desires for us to be creative as well. Our God-given talents are an area where we can praise him and make His name famous in all the earth. To that end, Intermountain Christian School desires to equip and inspire its students to cultivate those gifts in order to thrive in God's world. We do this through multiple avenues, all integrating a biblical worldview. We offer Speech and Debate; Music in the form of concert band, jazz band, chapel band, hand bell choirs and vocal ensembles; Drama; and Visual Arts expressed in painting, ceramics and photography. We invite our students to explore their talents and grow outside of their comfort zones in trying new avenues by which to glorify their creative Maker.