The Arts

Musical Arts

Music from Preschool to High School

Whether a student experiences music in the classroom, in the private teaching studio, as a composer, or in an ensemble, active engagement and participation is at the heart of the Music program. The department welcomes students of all skill levels, those exploring music for the first time as well as accomplished musicians.

In Elementary School, the music program develops children’s innate love of singing, rhythm and dance. In Middle School and High School, the music courses range from the Introductory to the Advanced Placement level. Participation in ensemble music making is one of the most enriching experiences of school life and students have opportunities to participate in Band, Chorus and Strings at the high school and junior high levels.  Private vocal and instrumental instruction is available on campus.  In addition, there is an active senior chapter of Tri-M, the National Music Honor Society.

Public Performance Opportunities:


  • Informal "in-house" concerts
  • Annual concerts of all large ensembles
  • FMEA performance assessments (soloists and ensembles)
  • FMEA All State program
  • Annual Independent Schools' Honor Chorus Festival
  • Fine Arts focused local and out of state field trips 
Both the winter and spring concerts are held in the state-of-the-art, Scott Center for Worship and the Performing Arts. Music facilities at the Upper School include two performing stages, two large rehearsal rooms, two grand pianos, four upright pianos, two Roland Keyboards, and six practice rooms. 

Schoolwide Phone:
 321-723-8323
Fax - Lower School: 321-723-2553
Fax - Upper School: 321-241-6422
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