The AMASE music curriculum introduces music skills in K-9 program levels according to the California Standard Curriculum. Classes are taught by highly trained music teachers. In addition, students receive one-on-one attention and small group support from trained high school music volunteers. We also hold several concerts annually to showcase our students' music talents.
The AMASE art curriculum introduces elements, vocabulary, and skills of art in K-9 program levels according to the California standard curriculum. Classes are divided into 3 levels: fundamental, intermediate, and advanced. Our art classes are led by professional art teachers and students receive individualized attention from trained high school art volunteers. We hold several art exhibitions annually to showcase our students' art talents.
We warmly welcome students from all ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds. We encourage all individuals, who are 5 years and older, to apply. We have various music and art programs tailored to different age groups and skill levels. AMASE will hold interviews for new students, twice a year, at the beginning of our semesters. If you are interested in applying to AMASE, please email our Parent Coordinator Sarah Noh at. We will be in touch with you as soon as possible to set up an interview.
AMASE envisions a world in which individuals with special needs are a blessing to the community, families grow together through music and art, and people can praise God together as one family in Christ. AMASE’s mission is to develop a community for students, with volunteers and teachers, where they can explore their talents and potential through music and art.
The AMASE music and art programs are designed to start our students with a basic knowledge of music and art, so that they can both appreciate and share music with others. As students improve, they will progress through the different levels of our programs to further enhance and develop their skills. After interviews, AMASE teachers place incoming students in the class environment that helps them learn in the best way possible, and further support is given within the class by teachers and volunteers.
Sunday, April 10, 2016. Solana Beach Presbyterian Church, Bebin Hall. 120 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach. 9/18/15 First day of class. 9/25/15 Parent orientation @ 5pm-6pm. 11/27/15 No class - Thanksgiving. 12/11/15 Concert dress rehearsal. 12/13/15 Christmas concert: KUMC @ 4pm. 12/18/15 Art presentation and Christmas celebration. 1/15/16 Teacher and volunteer orientation. 1/22/16 First day of class. 2/12/16 Winter break - no class. 4/8/16 Spring break - no class. 5/20/16 Concert dress rehearsal.
Showing God’s love through a cello lesson | andy kim
Reaching America's diverse colleges and universities with the Gospel. Showing God’s love through a cello lesson. I love working with college students because when they put their minds and hearts to something, there is no stopping them! Currently, we have 10 students (ages ranging from 4 to 18) and 25 volunteers. We also are continuing to send 7-8 NU students to Park School to aid the music teacher during her music classes. Me about music, life, and these beautiful children every single day. You are comme...