Arts-Centered Learning

At Lord Beaverbrook, the Arts-Centered Learning program focuses on learning in and through the arts in the core subjects areas of English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. The emphasis is using the arts as a means of understanding the concepts in the core curriculum.

Are You an Arts-Centered Learning (ACL) Student?

The Arts-Centred Learning Program at Beaverbrook is looking for students for the next school year:

  • Students who demonstrate a particular talent or passion for one or more areas in the fine and preforming arts
  • Students who have strong academic skills and desire to make their high school education well rounded through participation in an arts based learning community

Register for Arts-Centered Learning at Lord Beaverbrook High School

To register for ACL at Lord Beaverbrook High School, visit the CBE Arts-Centered Learning page.

Does This Describe You?

  • an interest in and passion for the arts
  • initiative, imagination and ingenuity when engaging in a variety of creative processes to develop and explore ideas
  • the ability to thrive in a fast-paced rigorous program that extends beyond the basic curricular expectation
  • a willingness to take advantage of multiple learning opportunities offered through the arts
  • characteristics that honour and respect the creativity of peers
  • motivation and independence
  • the ability to work well in a variety of situations; collaboratively and independently
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