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Studies show that middle school and high school students who are involved in music and other arts curricula have better “real life” skills than students who have low levels of arts education. Students are more original, devise more possible solutions, have greater focused attention, are more innovative and are better able to integrate diverse facts and ideas. They also develop better personal attitudes and social abilities.

Arts education facilitates social development, personality adjustment and general intellectual development.

"Music hath charm to soothe the savage beast" - William Shakespeare


Infants who are sung to by their parents will have a much stronger emotional bond to them.

Arts activities foster positive attitudes toward school and result in lowered rates of absenteeism.

It is a well documented fact that students involved in music do better in school. They are more responsible, dependable and have a greater degree of self-discipline.

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