Learning Without Boundaries
Sophomore music focus Elizabeth Meade is traveling to Africa this summer to teach children the gift of music for her portfolio! Read to find out all of the good she is doing!
Kettle Moraine Perform Student, Klaudia Rixmann, has found a way to fuse arts and community service together. Read more to learn more about how you can get involved with tackling social injustices through the use of art!
KM Perform students Elle Parsons and Hannah Delmore are on their way to the State Career Development Conference, competing for a win in DECA!
After teaching for 11 years at Kettle Moraine High School, science teacher Mr. Voigt is diving into the world of KM Perform by teaching seminars and workshops revolving around Physics.
Two KM Perform students have made it into an elite squad at Madison, WI… learn more about what they’re doing in this article.
As the school year comes to an end, KM Perform celebrates the year as a whole with special honors for the graduating class.
Check out what wild portfolio this student is making!
After years of being revised, KM Perform teacher Nancee Beal’s screenplay, Remembering Maddy, is in the semifinals of the “ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship” contest!
One KM Perform alumni is recognized for his musical achievements.
KM Perform senior, Kim Crabb, recently ran a seminar dedicated to creating professional-looking music videos that will be showcased at her senior portfolio, Love: A Dance Expedition.
Alex Meeth, KM Perform junior, qualified at the regional contest for the National Recitation Contest with his spectacular poetry reading.
Spenser Bower, a junior art focus at the Kettle Moraine School for Arts and Performance, is in the midst of a 12-piece series of paintings.
We have a new teacher on campus. Haven’t met her yet? Don’t treble yourself! Her name is Ms. Schwingle, she teaches choir, and she’s pretty sharp.
From films and fashion shows, to art shows and volunteering in the community, the seniors have used every opportunity in Perform to get themselves ready for the next years of their lives.
After 32 years of teaching music at various Kettle Moraine schools, choir director, Mrs. Krechel, is retiring at the end of the 2014-15 school year.
Hear the story of one KM Perform alum who is composing her dreams in the Big Apple.
Grace is a sophomore art focus in KM Perform, who, in October, was granted an internship for Arts Education at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center.