MUSIC 10

Summary of Course Content and Activities

CREDITS: 5 
At the start of the year, students will create a program plan. To successfully finish the course, students must submit two video recordings and log 125 hours of practice.

Students have the option of voice or instrumental music. 

Philosophy statement for teaching this course

We want to encourage students to use their God given gifts as well as learn and try new things.  By creating a program plan for each student individually, we are able to take students current music ability and help continue to develop skills. 

Prerequisites

None

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • None

Purchased by Students

  • You will need your own instrument.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

8 hours per week if done in one semester; 4 hours a week if done over the year.

Description of student evaluations

  • Program plan 5%
  • Required hours 50%
  • Samples and performances 45%

MUSIC 20

Summary of Course Content and Activities

CREDITS: 5 
At the start of the year, students will create a program plan. To successfully finish the course, students must submit two video recordings and log 125 hours of practice.

Students have the option of voice or instrumental music. 

Philosophy statement for teaching this course

We want to encourage students to use their God given gifts as well as learn and try new things.  By creating a program plan for each student individually, we are able to take students current music ability and help continue to develop skills. 

Prerequisites

Music 10

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • None

Purchased by Students

  • You will need your own instrument.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

8 hours per week if done in one semester; 4 hours a week if done over the year.

Description of student evaluations

  • Program plan 5%
  • Required hours 50%
  • Samples and performances 45%

MUSIC 30

Summary of Course Content and Activities

CREDITS: 5 
At the start of the year, students will create a program plan. To successfully finish the course, students must submit two video recordings and log 125 hours of practice.

Students have the option of voice or instrumental music. 

Philosophy statement for teaching this course

We want to encourage students to use their God given gifts as well as learn and try new things.  By creating a program plan for each student individually, we are able to take students current music ability and help continue to develop skills. 

Prerequisites

Music 10 & Music 20

Materials and Resources

Provided by NSA

  • None

Purchased by Students

  • You will need your own instrument.

Forecasted amount of time required to complete each week's lesson

8 hours per week if done in one semester; 4 hours a week if done over the year.

Description of student evaluations

  • Program plan 5%
  • Required hours 50%
  • Samples and performances 45%

Instrumental Music 10/20/30

In Instrumental Music 10, 20, or 30, students' grades are determined by their performance in official exams administered by either Conservatory Canada or the Royal Conservatory of Music. To earn 5 credits, students must successfully pass both the practical and theory exams at the corresponding course level.

The breakdown of the overall grade is 70% for the practical exam and 30% for the theory exam.

Students can receive credits for completed or ongoing official instrumental exams.

Alberta Education private music study information

 

Choral Music 10/20/30

In Choral Music 10, 20, or 30, students' grades are determined by their performance in official exams administered by either Conservatory Canada or the Royal Conservatory of Music. To earn 5 credits, students must successfully pass both the practical and theory exams at the corresponding course level.

The breakdown of the overall grade is 70% for the practical exam and 30% for the theory exam.

Students can receive credits for completed or ongoing official instrumental exams.

Alberta Education private music study information

School Notice

High School Enrollment/Withdrawal Deadline

- High School non primary registration closes Feb 29, 2024
- High School course withdrawal deadline is Feb 29, 2024.
After that date, there is a $200/course withdrawal fee