Meet CJCC teacher Connor

Connor Bell –
Teaching Artist for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity

“I love drawing, reading and writing. I am constantly coming up with new characters and story ideas. I will spend hours at my favorite coffee shop putting these ideas on paper, coming up with character designs and elaborate back stories. I also love connecting with people, just talking, listening and discovering what they are passionate about. I aspire to work in the entertainment industry and love the interaction afforded to me as a Teaching Artist for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. Being a Teaching Artist is important to me because I want to share the knowledge I have learned with others to help them on their artistic journey”
Education: California State University Fullerton, BFA – Animation/entertainment

Meet the Voice Teacher

Anna will be working with homeschool students on voice and performance, focusing on the integration of language arts and vocal skills. She strongly believes that music integrates into every field, especially public speaking, poetry, and literature. Students will learn how to compose their song and how to have confidence in front of a crowd, be aware of their words and diction, gain a deeper understanding of how to communicate a story, idea, or message in various ways through the study of voice and performance on Thursdays. Anna teaches on Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays.

2018_2019 Registration

For the 2018-2019 Academic Year, there will be multiple options for participating in our campus programs. This year we are introducing two Track options, a Track 12 & a Track 16, that are applicable to all students to accommodate different time frames on campus. Each Track is explained in more detail below. Please see the School Calendar for specific starting, break, and finishing dates.

Meet the Movement Teacher

Kaelie joined Nashville Ballet as a second company member where she danced corps roles in company productions including Paul Vasterling’s Swan Lake and The Nutcracker. Kaelie also dance the principal role of Anne in Gina Patterson’s Anne Frank while on tour with the second company in Kentucky. Kaelie found her passion for teaching through Nashville Ballet’s Community Outreach Program where she often performed and taught movement to under privileged children all across Tennessee and surrounding states.

Through the benefits of dance students grow in balance, flexibility and body conditioning.

Arts and creativity

Why is a “creative” education important?

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson explains that creativity is a “disciplined process that requires skill, knowledge, and control…It’s a process, not a single event, and genuine creative processes involve critical thinking as well as imaginative insights and fresh ideas.”1 Clearly, the arts embody creativity, and they are taking a central role in many national studies…

Enroll for Fall 2017

Are you looking for options for your students education?

Don’t worry; we have done the hard work for you. Our Arts Teach and Career Training will equip your child with hands on learning of artistic and vocational skills from ages K-12. Our teachers are all passionate about your student and sharing their skill sets.

Many enjoy our small class sizes, your child will be able to learn and work at their own personal ability levels. We are student led and adult mentored.

Final Speaker & Interactive Workshop for Parent Teacher Series

Join us for an interactive workshop & Beatrix Potter speaker that will be the culmination of our Master Parent Teacher Series.

The speakers and the talks have been Free, and will also be Free if you are in BEE specialty program or have paid your All-In fee for the 2017/2018 school year. Otherwise, the cost of the workshop is $150 per family.

We look forward to providing this experience for you to observe and participate along with your students as we integrate the concepts from all five…