McKinley Middle Academic Magnet School of Visual & Performing Arts
offers an academically focused program for college bound students. MMAMVP features a wide range of instructional opportunities offering:
High School Credit Courses: Spanish I, French I, Algebra 1, Geometry, Intro to Business Computer Applications, and Physical Science
Award Winning Visual Arts Program: Art, Arts & Crafts, Drawing and Painting, Stage Craft Design, TV/Film Productions, Writing for Media, Creative Writing with Arts Integration, and Web Design
Award Winning Performing Arts Program: Drama, Musical Theatre, Dance, Ballet, Choir, Strings, Piano, and Band
Talented Services: Talented Art, Talented Drama, & Talented Music
Facility: Ultra Modern Theatre, Dance Studio, and classrooms specifically built for the enhancement of the arts
International & National Travel: The students have traveled to Rome, Greece, London, Paris, Spain & Beijing, China. This school year, the students will travel to Florence, Venice, & Rome, Italy. National Travel included Washington, D.C., New York, Orlando, Atlanta, and Houston.
The A/B block schedule for March 11-15, 2013:
NO SCHOOL FRIDAY, MARCH 15th!
Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday
As a McKinley Mustang, I pledge to:
Motivate myself and others,
Understand my responsibilities,
Show school spirit,
Approach each day with integrity
Never underestimate myself,
Give each day my all, and
Strive to do my best.
NEW GRADING SCALE
The new grading scale that the state of Louisiana adopted is as follows:
The YMCA is sponsoring an extended day/afterschool camp at
McKinley Middle.The afterschool
camp times are 2:30pm – 5:30pm, Monday – Friday.The cost is $45 weekly (members) and $50
weekly (non-members).This camp is
educational and will focus on assisting students with their homework.It will also provide snacks.Contact the YMCA Baranco Clark to sign
2012 – 2013 Parent Teacher Organization
MMAMS is excited to announce the start-up of our very own Parent Teacher Organization for the 2012-13 School Year! Our school’s enrollment and programs are growing tremendously, and we need our parents to be intimately involved in supporting the various dynamics of the school.
For more information, contact Dianne Smith or Angela Randall by leaving a message in the school office at 225-388-0089 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.