Category: Fine Arts

Tattnall students in grades 2-8 had the opportunity to audition for the cast of The Lion King KIDS. The 55 member cast will began rehearsals this week with their director, Mrs. Sarah Banter, and are working hard as they prepare for opening night. You can catch The Lion King KIDS on Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March…
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Troy Bolton…………………….Bridges Sanders Gabriella Montez……………Avery Scott Sharpay Evans…….………..Brionna Robinson Ryan Evans………………… Walker Bryant Kelsi Nielsen……..………… Natalie Johnson Taylor McKessie……………. Calyn Blackmon Chad Danforth…….…………Paul Kelley Jack Scott………….….……..Beijun Desai Ms. Darbus………….……….Zannah Herndon Coach Bolton………………..Alex Holleman Martha Cox………..…………Rebecca Terrill Ripper…………..…………….Abigail Sullivan Zeke Baylor………………….Jake Hilliard James……………..………….Noah Johnson Susan…………………………Makayla Bramlett Cyndra………..………………Emily Strange Cathy………………………….Sarah Sachy Cheerleaders Ashlyn Dugger            Sophie Ethridge…
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It’s no secret that lower school art instructor Amanda Morris has a gift for helping her students blossom as young artists. Mrs. Morris prides herself in helping her students at the start of a project but ultimately allowing them the freedom to explore their creativity as they progress with a project. She is known for…
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Alex Harmon, a rising eighth grade musician at TSA, was awarded one of six scholarships from the Bob Barnette Memorial Foundation today. The foundation recognizes students in Bibb, Jones, Houston, and Monroe county public and private schools who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and are involved in music programs at their school. Scholarship funds…
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Don’t miss the 7-12th grade Spring Musicale to be held on May 2 at 7:00 p.m. in Trojan Hall. TSA band students will be teaming up with members of the Middle Georgia Concert Band for this event. The program will also include select individual performances by Austin Tedders, Alex Harmon, Emily Strange, and Sarah Sachy. The concert is…
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Macon, GA. – Two Tattnall students had the opportunity to exhibit artwork at the Capitol Art Exhibit which is co-sponsored by the  Georgia Art Education Association and Office of the Secretary of State. Abigayle Baugh (2nd) and Jorja Ethridge (5th) traveled to Atlanta to meet and discuss their artwork with representatives John Kennedy, James Presley and Virgil Fludd.…
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