Learning Without Boundaries
Check out how students are hammering down on the daily [coffee] grind at Mama D’s this seminar series with Mr. Weber!
The Kettle Moraine School for Arts and Performance is setting sail for an island full of joyous music, colorful dancing, and an ending you will never see coming!
The KM Perform Express crew traveled to the NBC Studio of Chicago to not only tour the tower, but view a live production of the newscast.
KM Perform students are exploring the dimension of “The Twilight Zone” through film and screenwriting with writing mentor, Mr. Weber.
Come one, come all to the 2016 KM Perform Harvestfest with the best! This year's theme is Dark Carnival, and things are coming together to make this fest the best one yet!
KM Perform takes part in UPAF Ride for the Arts for the third year in a row. Read more about this wonderful opportunity here!
Fusing math with fun, KM Perform students created a mini-golf course, where KM Explore and Perform students tested their skills.
After a long process of rehearsal and collaboration, the Perform Musical has come to a close, but the memories of such a show will live on.
November brings cold weather, Thanksgiving, and National Novel Writing Month!
It’s that time of year again. The weather is getting colder, Thanksgiving has passed, it’s begun snowing. And Perform students are itching for a show.
Attention all adrenaline junkies, spook-lovers, and anybody looking for a good scare! The annual KM Perform Halloween Walk is right around the corner!
All over KM Perform, buzz about the community garden has sprouted.
Alliances form. Empires fall. But only one of you will emerge victorious, with the coveted Discrete Math target Advanced Application of Game Theory as your prize.
With another striking performance, KM Perform defies expectations with their production of “Into the Woods”, earning them 12 nominations in this summer’s upcoming Tommy Awards.
Lights, Cameras, Action! The stage and actors are important parts of musicals, but there is way more work happening behind the scenes in order to create the best production possible.
A KM Perform student's portfolio is the most important project they'll create in high school, and the preparation of it is just as important as the creation.
From big screen and stage productions to small high school theatre, KM Perform students jump “Into the Woods” for their winter musical.
Students in KM Perform were given the opportunity to use music as therapy, and grow closer to the SWD community.
On October 25th, KM Perform students and teachers, along with the staff of the Watertown YMCA, geared up to take on the Second Annual KM Perform Spook Walk: Zombie Apocalypse.
KM Perform recently held a rigorous seminar based on the book “This is Your Brain on Music” by Daniel Levitin.
In the workshop “Music Composition”, students thought of how to create music to influence expectations.
A class of students create art installations to help people comprehend what senses may be like for those living with autism.
What is automatic drawing? Ask the students who took the seminar!