Character-In-Action

Crescent’s Character-In-Action programs provide our boys with authentic opportunities to develop character outside of the classroom.
Character-In-Action

Arts

Crescent’s commitment to the arts is clearly demonstrated by our superb facilities and the dedication of our faculty. We offer robust arts programming both in the classroom as well as co-curricular activities. Crescent students of all ages are encouraged to take creative risks and explore their artistic abilities.

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  • Drama

    Our drama program helps boys develop their skills in creative thinking and communication, imaginative problem solving and ensemble building. Each year, Crescent produces three major productions. Acting, production and theatre-management roles give students an opportunity to participate on and off the stage. Drama productions are staged in the professionally equipped theatre in our Centre for Creative Learning.
  • Fine Arts

    Our art classes inspire creativity in every medium. We have three art studios that offer natural light and a wide range of art materials and equipment. Student art shows are staged during the school year and students’ art is regularly displayed throughout the School. In Grade 10, the Media Arts curriculum allows boys to present even their grandest ideas through website design, video production, print, photography, sound and animation.
  • Music

    Crescent has a long tradition of nurturing musical talent. There are many performance groups, including senior and junior choirs, chamber choirs, a senior jazz ensemble, a symphonic band, string and guitar ensembles and chamber groups. Students perform at assemblies, recitals and concerts. They also take part in regional and national music festivals and tour regularly. Crescent’s private music conservatory offers high-calibre lessons in voice, piano, strings, percussion, guitar, wind and brass instruments to help our boys enhance their music education. Private music lessons are accommodated into class schedules and are encouraged and supported by all faculty.

Arts Department Leadership

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  • Mrs. Godric Latimer Kim 

    Head of Performing and Visual Arts