For superheroes, saving the world is tough, but everyday life is tougher. The Hulk files taxes, Spiderman signs autographs, and Batman picks up his dry cleaning in our Drama Club’s performance of Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility. Hawkeye struggles with the ups and downs of superhero life – disengaging a bomb one minute, doing laundry the next. The dry cleaning company struggles to return Bruce Wayne’s clothes in time. Unhappy with their current
Our Holiday Program this year featured musical performances by primary and kindergarten as well as an amazing production of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It was a fabulous show! We are so proud of our students! Check out the gallery below. Thank you to our paparazzi, Adam Hribek and Jennifer Fisher, for taking wonderful photos!
Our drama club students really nailed it this time with their hilarious performance of Wooing Wed Widing Hood. In this tale, three princes must pass several “tasks” in competition to see who will get to “woo wed widing hood.” See more from the performance below. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Hood, Little Red’s couch potato parents, who never leave the house. They love having Little Red around to fetch them popcorn and deliver cookies to grandma so they
The Summit Academy Drama Club did it again! Gran’s Guide to Stop an Ogre (Also Works for Witches & Bullies) was a comedy with a long name and a strong message: STOP BULLYING! Zach (Andrew, 7th) and Lilly (Emily, 7th) are having problems with bullies at school. Gran (Anne, 8th) is getting on in her years but she can still teach her grandchildren an important lesson through her gift (if you could call it that!)