In celebration of Women's History Month, the accomplishment of various women, such as Maya Angelou to Jane Goodall, are being emphasized. During this month, the children will write essays about a very important woman that they know and then, they will interview a woman to find out more...
World Premier of Song by renowned Composer Francisco Nunez
(Benefit concert to raise funds for Trenton Children's Chorus)
When: Saturday, April 10
Where: Princeton University Chapel, Princeton, NJ
Time: 7:30 P.M.
*Concert Tickets Suggested Contribution: Adults: ...
Spring Into Song Concert
(Fundraiser to send students of Trenton Children's Chorus to camp)
When: Sunday, March 21
Where: Unitarian Universalist Church @ Washington Crossing, Titusville, NJ
Time: 2 P.M.
Qawiyya and Aliyy will perform. At this...
During the week of March 8, the students will complete Terra Nova Testing. Stay tuned for additional updates!
The students are looking forward to a "Musical March" when they will receive formal lessons in piano and drums.
To increase their understanding of the civilizations of ancient Kemet (Land of the Black) or Egypt, the students completed their own "Valley of the Kings/Queens/Pharoahs Project". For the project, they were required to research people of that era, present their findings orally and explain why...
ALL of the students have finished composing letters to President Obama and/or his family. Their letters ranged in content from asking about what school is like for Sasha and Malia (by Qawiyya), to giving suggestions on how to become more self-sufficient as a nation (Aliyy), to simply...
After learning information about artists such as Georges Seurat, Henri Matisse, Vincent van Gogh and Helen Frankenthaler, the students examined the difference between abstract and concrete art. Afterwards, the students created their own pieces of artwork using Seurat's style of...
In celebration of Valentine's/Akoma Day, the children created "lollipop flowers", cards and attended an Akoma Day (a cultural alternative to Valentine's Day) Celebration. There, they had the opportunity to hear and see spoken word artists and dance performers. The day was...
The students have begun to learn about North East Africa and Asia and will begin an in-depth study of Egyptian gods and goddesses beginning with Amun, Re (the sun god), Horus (the son of the sun god) and Isis and Osiris (who tended the dead). They will compare and contrast Egypian gods...