Fine Arts

Plato

Music is the movement of sound to reach the soul for the education of its virtue.

List of 6 items.

  • Band

    Coram Deo Academy offers band for logic and high school students of all skill levels. Students may participate in beginning, intermediate, symphonic, and jazz bands. Our mission is "making music that glorifies". We accomplish this mission by serving our community as we perform at retirement homes and foster an attitude of excellence for God's glory.

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  • Speech & Debate

    Speech & Debate gives CDA high school students opportunities to craft their speaking abilities logically, persuasively, and clearly. They then compete, using those talents for God's glory and some earthly trophies, too.

    Over the course of the year students are given the opportunity to hone their skills in a number of speaking events and competitions.

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  • Choir

    Choir combines a fun environment of song and joy with the challenge of learning music history, sight singing and theory. Students will study areas of musical history, tone their vocal abilities, and perform in concerts and at school events. All levels of experience are welcome to come learn the life-long joy of singing a variety of styles, from the classical to the contemporary.

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  • Guitar

    At CDA, our guitar teachers emphasize the importance of faith in acquiring musical skill and aptitude, placing it above even "talent."

    All guitar classes at CDA stress that faith in the Creator as well as oneself, desire, discipline, and hard work are the true ingredients of technical and artistic mastery.
  • Visual Arts

    The visual arts program at Coram Deo familiarizes students with elements of art, principles of design, artists, art history, and various techniques and media. Advanced students are also exposed to printmaking, ceramics, and sculpture. Our students gain confidence in the making of art as they build skills, foster creativity, and learn to appreciate art and beauty around us.
  • Drama

    Students will study the elements of drama - one act plays, musicals, classic literature, and other great plays of western civilization. Performance selections will be made in consideration of the students' talents as we put together a show designed just for our group of extraordinary players. Dress rehearsals, competitions and evening performances required.

CDA Parent

Through CDA’s Fine Arts programs, our children developed confidence to perform and speak in front of large audiences, think outside the box, and be accountable to others. By mastering an instrument, they learned perseverance while making music that glorifies God. our kids learn to take responsible risks when approaching a competition and accept and appreciate constructive criticism. We are grateful for CDA’s extraordinary Fine Arts teachers. 

Fine Arts News

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  • One Act Play success!

    Coram Deo Academy Theatre II students performed in the play A Mad Breakfast at the TAPPS Division I District 1 contest last Thursday, October 24 at Fort Worth Christian School. Seven schools, including Liberty Christian, Nolan Catholic School, Lubbock Trinity Christian, Southwest Christian, Midland Christian, and Fort Worth Christian were a part of this day-long drama event.   Junior Eva Campos and senior Max Vos were chosen for the Honorable Mention All-Star Cast.  Sophomore Mickey Bell was chosen for the All-Star Crew, and senior Charlie Rector was awarded All-Star Cast.  
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  • Speech and Debate Tournament success!

    Coram Deo Academy speech team’s first tournament of the year at Tyler All-Saints Episcopal School was a big success!
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  • CDA Speech Success!

    Junior Madeline Belknap won the Informative Speaking championship trophy at the Plano Senior High Swing on Labor Day weekend.  
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  • Congratulations Speech Team!

    Opening Speech Tournament Success!

    The Coram Deo Academy speech and debate team attended the opening tournament of the year at Plano Senior High/Clark High School in Plano.

    This tournament, known as a swing tournament, is really two tournaments that run at the same time!

    Epic competition, beginning students' observations from the Collin County and Flower Mound teams, and a busy day left the team with success and trophies! 
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  • Kiley Furber (pictured left) and Isabel Nichols (pictured right)

    CDA Students excel at 2018 NJCL Summer Convention

    Two Coram Deo Academy students joined over 1500 students who capped off their summer vacation by attending the National Junior Classical League National Convention at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio from July 23rd to the 27th. 
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