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ICCS Campus Celebrates Fine Arts Week 2018

By June LaPorta, Director of Advancement and Communications

Junior kindergarten student A.C. Wharton IV shares with classmates the visual he created from his research on lions. Each JK student chose his or her favorite animal to study and created an informational piece to use in their verbal report to the class. The project was one of several activities held across the ICCS campus during Fine Arts Week.

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Junior kindergarten student A.C. Wharton IV shares with classmates the visual he created from his research on lions. Each JK student chose his or her favorite animal to study and created an informational piece to use in their verbal report to the class. The project was one of several activities held across the ICCS campus during Fine Arts Week.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students showcased their talents and celebrated the arts during the annual all-campus Fine Arts Week March 5-9.

Upper School activities included a viewing of the movie "Coco," a liberal arts fashion show, and an open mic night that included student poetry readings and musical performances. Upper and Middle School students also attended the matinee performance of "Tolton: From Slave to Priest" at the Cannon Center.

The arts celebration in the Lower and Middle schools included an airplane launch using handcrafted airplanes, a presentation of "Art to Grow" from the Dixon Gallery, a Spanish play presented by the fifth-grade class, folk dancing, a "living museum," and a host of individual class activities highlighting the arts.

Third-grader Stella Grace Cook portrays Annie Oakley during ICCS's Living Museum.

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Third-grader Stella Grace Cook portrays Annie Oakley during ICCS's Living Museum.

Jun 22, 2018

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