Although new to the men's choir, Alex shows great promise as he develops his instrument.
The theatre program at Pope John Paul II High School offers a variety of dynamic theatre courses. Students learn every aspect of production, including set, sound, lighting, costume, and performance. Students explore and are challenged to trust their natural instinct while assessing with a realistic and thoughtful approach to theatre. When students develop techniques in theatre, lessons become applicable to a successful service-filled life.
Annually, the theatre program has two main stage productions, including a fall drama and a spring musical. Many other performance opportunities are produced from theatre classes and are shared outside the JPII community.
Top vocal musicians will represent JPII at TMEAA.
After competitive auditions from schools around the region, JPII will be well represented at MTSBOA.
Although new to the Voices uKnighted a cappella choir, Anthony's contribution is impressive.
Congratulations, Simon and thank you for sharing your talents with us.
2018-2020 Program Highlights
- Students’ work received awards in several competitions, including The Scholastic Art & Writing Competition, Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition, Sumner County Studio Art Show, and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development Student Art Show.
- 100% pass rate for AP 2D Design
- Students used their talents to serve and support the school community and outside the community by providing artwork for school publications and the Hendersonville Public Library.
- One student attended Watkins’ Pre-College art program
SHOUT OUT ADS
FAB is once again making it possible for you to cheer your student on by offering Shout Out Ads for the spring musical Oklahoma. Ads are $5 each, can be purchased by anyone (parents, grandparents, friends, peers, etc.), and will be printed in color on an insert in the musical program. It’s a great way to celebrate our performers and a wonderful keepsake for those being celebrated. The link to order the ad is: