Below are the classes for our Fall 2022 Semester.
We have both online and in-studio classes.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: As you can see, our class schedule is still evolving and adapting to our new move. If you are missing some of your favorite classes, do not fear! We will be integrating them back into our calendar in the upcoming year!
Financial aide is available upon request. Discounts are also available for siblings, commuters, and multi-class sign up.
Ages: 5-7, 7-12
Thursdays OR Saturdays
IMPORTANT FAQ FOR TOP NOTE REGULARS:
I see two dates on the Skyline Website. Are the rehearsals twice a week?
No. We are currently offering two sections for each age group - A Thursday and Saturday class. If we do not get enough enrollment for one of the classes, we will offer the option of combining. We may also combine age group classes depending on enrollment numbers.
I'm fine with either day. Which should I sign up for?
That's great! Simply sign up for the one you prefer.
Will this be like TNPA's other Fall Musicals?
This will be a different experience than our past shows. As you can see, the rehearsal hours are shorter and there is more emphasis placed on the performance aspect rather than the technical aspect of our production. We expect things to evolve over time as we get a feel for working with each other, but we are very excited for what such an experienced and successful production company will add to your child's experience.
Dungeons and Dragons
Wizards and Monsters and Magic, Oh My! Do you have a wild imagination? Come explore the basics of character creation, backstory, and storytelling as we work our way through our own Top Note Dungeons and Dragons Campaign! Students will build their character from the ground up, and develop their creativity and collaboration skills as we navigate our own fantasy world as a team, solving problems and building teamwork along the way!
Fall Session: 10/3 – 12/12
10 Weeks – $300
VERY LIMITED ENROLLMENT. 6 Students maximum. Must be 10 years or older to enroll (though we may make exceptions pending a discussion with parent's about their students ability to understand the technology we will be utilizing).