Fine Arts at Little Rock Christian Academy

The Little Rock Christian Fine Arts program seeks to cultivate the God-given talents of our students by providing a variety of venues for student learning and achievement in the arts. While a diverse knowledge of the arts is developed, we believe cultivating an art form also stretches and grows a student's character. In addition to creativity and expression, a study in the arts produces persistence, patience, consistency, respect, and a teachable mindset.

Students are afforded opportunities to explore and develop their abilities in both the Performing and Visual Arts in the academic setting:

All of LRCA's high school Fine Arts programs are activity involved in their respective regional academic associations, and attend workshops, clinics, and competitions each semester.

Students are also given the opportunity to explore, develop, or enhance a skill in LRCA's after school Fine Arts Academy. Weekly private and group lessons are offered in all areas of the arts and are based on age and skill level.

Whether a student pursues the Arts as a career or as an enhancement, Little Rock Christian Academy's Fine Arts program offers the academic and extra-curricular opportunities needed to support and advance their goals.

Fine Arts News & Announcements:

High School Musical: The Little Mermaid

Join Little Rock Christian as we go "Under the Sea" for a spectacular production of the Broadway musical, Disney's The Little Mermaid! This amazing show will feature dazzling costumes, a stunning set and visual effects that are pure magic.


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Katelyn Lyle named to National Youth Orchestra

Congratulations to eighth grader Katelyn Lyle who was recently named to Carnegie Hall's 2017 National Youth Orchestra! Katelyn will travel to New York City this summer to join instrumental students from all over the country for a special clinic and performance in the infamous Carnegie Hall.

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THEA Foundation Scholarship

All Seniors are invited to participate in the annual THEA Foundation Scholarship Competition!

Students may submit one entry to one or all of the following categories by February 27:

  • Visual Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Creative Writing
  • Slam Poetry
  • Film
  • Fashion Design
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Fine Arts Faculty and Staff -

Director of Fine Arts (K-12) -

Lynn Beardsley

Fine Arts Office Manager -

Rita White

Digital Arts Faculty -

Cait Crowell

Instrumental Faculty -

Danielle Hodges

Studio Arts Faculty -

Melanie Buchanan
Melony Fielder
Kayla Huffstutter
Jill Hutchins
Terri Simpson

Theatre Faculty -

Kay Basham
Hollie Shepherd

Vocal Arts Faculty -

Emily Knox
Justin McCartney
Carli Sasser

Accompanist -

Jamie Smith

Guest Musical Director Theatre -

Debbie Hill

Guest Choreographer Theatre -

Leslie Basham

Fine Arts Academy Instructors -

Anna Maris Kirkes
Hollie Shepherd
Jamie Smith
Heidi McCartney

Fine Arts Events & Performances

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