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.

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.

Hope for a different high school program

I want to share with you a special Thank You note I recently received from one of our students, which I hope inspires you about other High School program options available to you.

Here is Brennen’s letter:

As I sit here ready to share my story, I realize that where I am today is due to the zeal and honor B.E.E. gave and continues to give me. I hope my life will do it justice.

In July 2013, I was connected with Donna Bixby of B.E.E. Though she didn’t know me, she believed in me and focused on my passion for computer programming. I was pressed to learn HTML and lured with an I.T. carrot that I could help create and maintain her website if I learned it well….

Roots of American Music – Arts Teach

Join us as we travel from the Eastern United States over the Appalachian Mountains across the Western plains and down to Louisiana to give students an idea of how American music came to be, while getting a history and geography lesson at the same time.

Many people ask me: “How do we connect these assembly shows into our curriculum?” and “Why would we need to do it?”