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  • BAVPA | United States | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA

    CALENDAR STAFF DIRECTORY PARENT PORTAL PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE NEWS & UPDATES ​ BAVPA 2024 YE ARBOOK! Order your yearbook HERE ​ ​ UPCO MING EVEN TS and PERFORMAN CES ~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ The A rt s Ac a d emy presents the high school musical MEAN GIRLS High School Version Thursday, March 14 ~ 7:00 PM Friday, March 15 ~ 7:00 PM Saturday, March 16 ~ 2:00 PM - ------------- ----------- School-time Matinee Wednesday, March 13 ~ 9:50 AM ~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ Grade 9 & 10 Art Show and Recept ion Thursday, March 14 ~ 6:00 PM in the school's art gallery ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ​ ​ Theatre Department Overview PowerPoint Presentation ​ Visual Art Department Artwork Video Presentation ​ Superintendent's Letter After School Saf ety ​ Guida nce Depart me nt Info *New - BPS Transcript Request Form ​ SPOTLI GHT Newsletter ~ Nov. - Dec. 2023 I ssue ​ ​ ARTS ON THE WIRE S tudent Blog & Newspaper ​ ​ Site-based Management Team Virtual Meetings every 4th Tues day o f month Zoom Meeting ID - 382 283 2676 Passcode - 706912 - SBMT January 2024 Meeting - Agenda - SB MT N ovemb er 2023 Meeting - A gend a ​ Arts Academy - Sp orts Inf o ~ BAVPA Spo rts Schedule ​ ​ BPS Transportation - Bus Info ​ Drinking Water Testing Info for Arts Academy #192 ​ DASA Bullying Reporting Page Submit - HERE ​ ONLINE YEARBOOK LINK CLASS O F 2022 LINK ​ ​ ​

  • ON STAGE | buffaloartsacademy

    2021-2022 Productions This year, our production calendar will not take you into the galleries and stages of our school, but rest assured, our BAVPA Arts educators are dedicated to promoting the essential role the arts play in fully educating our students. In all our virtual art studios, students are being encouraged to make connections to the world around them to produce works of creative self-expression. The dance department will soon release 'My Name, My Identity ', an original dance production. The dance students' creative exploration incorporated their reflection of who they are and what they want to be with dance movements. Look for more information on our website about this dynamic production which highlights the importance and effectiveness of an arts education experience. ​ In the theater department, Ms. Beuth’s 8th, 10th, and 12th graders are producing an original podcast that will air on our school’s YouTube channel. This work is a celebration and exploration of the lives and accomplishments of John Lewis and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.‘Today We Mourn, Tomorrow We Fight: May Their Memory Be A Revolution ’ will showcase student monologues that express how these two great heroes affected student’s lives. ​ The media department students are producing a series of short films reflecting their time in quarantine. "Coming of Age in 2020 " will air on our Instagram channel in November. The media students will be collaborating with other departments to assist in producing virtual productions. ​ Check back to our school website and social media platforms to find updated production information.

  • YEAR BOOK 2021 | buffaloartsacademy

    Principal Message SENIORS Class of 2024 Class of 2022 Grade 8 Class of 2023 Grade 7 Grade 6 Grade 5 Staff Sports ARTS Majors Candids Web Site Menu VICTORY OVER ADVERSITY 2020-2021 Virtual Yearbook LOVINGLY DEDICATED TO OUR FRONTLINE WORKERS Nurse Donovan THANK YOU for all you do to keep BAVPA Safe, Clean, & Healthy! Be Able to have Victory and Power over Adversity ​ Greetings to the Class of 2021 and the Arts Academy family! We have made it through another school year of having to adjust our lives around the challenges presented by the pandemic. What I find most remarkable is that this also marks another year where the strength and resilience of our students have shown the tremendous ability to overcome insurmountable obstacles towards success. Seniors, you truly exemplify what it means to “Be Able to have Victory and Power over Adversity.” One can only imagine what the next months and years will have in store, however, what I am certain about is the capacity that each of you has in mastering what your heart desires for life. You may have plans to attend college, or pursue a career in the military, or join the workforce after high school. Whatever your plans are you have been undoubtedly equipped to take on the demands of committing to your goals. There’s no better time than now to reflect on your momentous accomplishments as BAVPA alumni, no matter how big or how small during your tenure at the Arts Academy. As you begin your journey as a young adult I encourage you to start with a focus on what’s in your immediate control. Build your home-court advantage by taking care of your physical, mental, and social-emotional well-being. Know the importance of personal accountability and the responsibility you owe to your neighbor-that being the person that is in need. Look to use your talent to uplift positivity in your community and in the lives of others. Discover the magic in your words by sharing sentiments that show that you care and that listening with an open mind matters most. Challenge yourself to pay attention to others while mastering your future aspirations. Thank you for not giving up; for staying the course with teachers, and for adapting to new ways of learning. I urge you to enjoy life and to continue dancing, singing, drawing, acting, building, journaling, communicating, and playing your song! On behalf of the Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts’ administration, teachers, support staff, and partners we CONGRATULATE YOU on a job well-done Class of 2021! Ms. J. Covington, Principal Principal's Message Principal's Message ENTER HERE FOR the CELEBRATION OF THE CLASS OF 2021 SENIORS High School CLASS PICTURES Class of 2022 Class of 2022 Class of 2023 Class of 2023 Class of 2024 Class of 2024 MIDDLE SCHOOL Grade 8 8th Grade Class Pictures Maddison Alvarado Antonette Arrington Jasmyn Barlow William Aytch Marquevious Bradley Madalyn Berti Michael Bradley Kendall Bragg Briah Burney Ava Catanzaro Niyama Choczynski Natalie Colston Nylah Costner Cathlynn Dussault Jarielys Gaymon Meccah Gibson Myshaakan Gibson Harmony Goggins Anisa Jeader Nyasia Lott Clementine McPhail Arianna Negron Melodie Millspaugh Gavin O'Mahen Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 5 NOT PICTURED Administration, Faculty & Staff Staff Ms. Jody Covington, Principal Follow the link below to read the Principal's Message. Mr. J Welka, Assistant Principal Celeste Watson Ms. Jody Covington, Principal Follow the link below to read the Principal's Message. 1/42 DEDICATIONS To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. ATHLETICS Sports Your School News ARTS Majors CLICK HERE TO SEE STUDENT PRODUCTION & NEWS Candids from the Hallways & Classrooms Candids HOME Arts Academy in the News COVID Testing CALENDAR ADMISSION & AUDITIONS OPEN HOUSE AUDITION REQUIREMENTS ON STAGE 12 ANGRY MEN FROZEN, THE MUSICAL KNOW HER NAME Black History 2022 ACADEMICS High School Program Middle School Program Library Resources Guidance Department YEAR BOOK 2022 CLASS OF 2022 THE ARTS Media Communication Music Dance Dance Gallery Theatre Arts Technical Theater Visual Arts STUDENT LIFE Arts On The Wire Student Blog Library Resources Kindness Project National Young Artists Foundation Code of Conduct YEAR BOOK 2021 Class of 2021 Behavior Matrix PARENTS Parent Portal ABOUT ARTS ACADEMY Staff Directory CONTACT US Distinguished Alumni FAQ QUICK LINKS Search Results Web Site Menu

  • iCal | buffaloartsacademy

    How to subscribe (iCal Subscription) Click your calendar system below to learn how to subscribe to the Arts Academy iCal file (All events at all location) Subscribe to this URL: goo.gl/ti5rHP Click your calendar system below to learn how to subscribe to the iCal file Google Calendar | Microsoft Outlook | Mac OS iCal | Yahoo Calendar | iOS PS 192 Arts Academy Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts

  • Music | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA

    MUSIC DEPARTMENT Courses & Ensembles Apply Here! ENTERING GRADES 5-8 Apply Here! ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Learn more about the MUSIC Department Sample of Student Production: Fall 2020

  • **Maintenance** | buffaloartsacademy

    PS 192 Arts Academy Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts Site update in progress 450 Masten Ave., Buffalo 14209 • Grades: 5-12 • Hours: 7:50-2:30 • Principal: Jody Covington • 716.816.4220 • Fax: 716.888.7136 "Excellence in the Arts and Academics"

  • Visual Arts | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA

    VISUAL ART DEPARTMENT SUGGESTIONS FOR PORTFOLIO CONTENT Apply Here! ENTERING GRADES 5-8 Apply Here! ENTERING GRADES 9-12 Learn more about the Visual Arts Department

  • Class of 2021 | buffaloartsacademy

    Top of Page Class Leadership Senior Portraits Class of 2021 Graduation Graduation Program Graduation Photo Album Class Day Gallery Senior Superlatives Proud Moments at Arts Then & Now ART Major News Website Menu Senior Portraits Class of 2021 Leadership Class Leadership Class of 2021 Graduation Commencement Printed Program CLASS OF 2021 PHOTO ALBUMS DAY 1 VISUAL ARTS DANCE MEDIA DAY 2 MUSIC DAY 3 THEATRE THEATER TECH CLASS DAY 2021 Graduation Program Graduation Photo Album Class Day 2021 Class Day Gallery Senior Superlatives Senior Superlatives Senior Superlatives Proud Moments at Arts Proud Moments at Arts Then & Now Then & Now To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. ART Major News CLICK HERE TO SEE STUDENT PRODUCTION & NEWS HOME CALENDAR ADMISSION & AUDITIONS ON STAGE ACADEMICS YEAR BOOK 2022 THE ARTS STUDENT LIFE PARENTS ABOUT ARTS ACADEMY QUICK LINKS Search Results More Website Menu

  • ABOUT ARTS ACADEMY | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA

    Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts The Junior National Honors Society inductees with Principal Covington and guidance counselor, Ms. Fisher. Est. 1977 - Celebrating 40 + Years of Arts in Education Excellence ​ ​ Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year at the Arts Academy. Throughout the seemingly endless challenges, we remain strong in our convictions to place the needs of our students at the forefront of our work. We want parents and students to know that we are here to service the “whole child” and to provide a comprehensive approach to ensure the success of every student. If your child is in need of extra assistance with high school courses, our partners with Canisius College Academic Talent Search is available for tutoring. Please reference the tutoring schedule on the reverse side of the printed progress report, and/or you may find it posted at buffaloartsacademy.org Every student and their family has been linked with a school-based liaison to act as an advisor during these demanding times. Our artistic and SPED teachers have taken the lead in this initiative. School counselors and Student Support Team (SST) members are available to provide individual and small group sessions to address a myriad of social-emotional and mental health needs. Our Arts Academy Wellness Team & physical education teachers promote healthy coping habits each month. P.E. teachers offer exercises and options for keeping safe during this COVID crisis. Check out our healthy videos on YouTube. ​ A few years ago we celebrated our 40th year of serving the students of Buffalo. Our public school was born out of the desegregation order of 1976 to offer students an opportunity to pursue their talents in various art disciplines, while also completing a full academic program of instruction. Modeled after the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Performing Arts in New York City, we offer students the finest studio training in music, visual arts, media communication, theatre, and dance. Although we just celebrated a milestone year, each and every year features a new and ever-greater celebration of our proud heritage, our dedicated staff, successful alumni, supportive parents, and – most of all – our talented students. We honor the past, we celebrate today and we will build toward tomorrow! Our entire school community is proud of the strides we have taken over the past several years. We grew into a School in Good Standing and continue to celebrate our 85% on-time graduation rate. Our students accomplished work in their various art disciplines and are continuously being recognized in the community for excellence. Our successful alumni are evidence of the good foundation we are laying here and they continue to support this school where they emerged as young artists. ​ We will continue to strive for excellence with the finest pre-conservatory studio training in the arts disciplines in concert with our rigorous college preparatory coursework. ​ After this visit to our website, we encourage you to come back for more – more information about the Arts Academy events, more photos, more news, and more Arts Academy excitement. On behalf of the entire Arts Academy community – students, staff, parents, and alumni – I extend my wishes for another successful year. Ms. Jody Covington, Principal & Alumna Our Philosophy The dual mission of the Arts Academy is to provide each student with professional preparation in a pre-conservatory arts education program and college preparatory academic education. Inside the Arts Academy Choir Room1 Auditorium3 Choir Room1 1/7 Our History The Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts was founded as part of the desegregation plan in 1977. The goal was simple: provide an exciting college preparatory program for students in the arts and academics that will attract all races and ethnicities. Since our beginnings at 333 Clinton Street, the school has grown in numbers and in depth. In September 2007, we moved to our new state of the art facility, location at 450 Masten Avenue.Opened in September of 1977, the Buffalo Academy for Visual & Performing Arts Magnet School. At that time, the Arts Academy was located on the site of the former Clinton Junior High School, which had been renovated with state-of-the-art studios, performance and exhibition spaces, to accommodate the specialized program offerings of: dance, theatre, music, visual art and television & radio.

  • KNOW HER NAME | buffaloartsacademy

    Top of Page #ProductionCrew #Playlists #ChangeMakers #ShareYourStory Credits #WomenoftheCivilRightsMovement BUFFALO ARTS ACADEMY PRESENTS... KNOW HER NAME , a digital experience celebrating Black women. This space was created by students as an acknowledgment of the strength, love, and leadership stored in the hearts of black women. “I am an expression of the divine, just like a peach is, just like a fish is. I have a right to be this way...I can't apologize for that, nor can I change it, nor do I want to... We will never have to be other than who we are in order to be successful...We realize that we are as ourselves unlimited and our experiences valid. It is for the rest of the world to recognize this, if they choose.” ― Alice Walker, The Color Purple "A WOMAN SPEAKS" Poem by, AUDRE LORDE ​ Vocalist: Iyana Smith-Poole Original Music Score: Jared Tinkham #ChangeMakers BUFFALO'S VERY OWN CHANGEMAKERS #ChangeMakers “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” -Harriet Tubman #WomenoftheCivilRightsMovement Coretta Scott King & Women of the Civil Rights Movement Coretta Scott King saw true freedom as far more than a seat at the front of the bus. It meant addressing the economic, racial, and gender inequalities at the heart of American society. #WomenoftheCivilRightsMovement “Even the silence has a story to tell you. Just listen. Listen.” ― Jacqueline Woodson, Brown Girl Dreaming JOIN THE STORY A POEM A SONG A SPOKEN WORD A TESTIMONY SHARE YOUR STORY HERE #ShareYourStory THE PEACE PROJECT #Playlists SHARE YOUR STORY “You guys know about vampires? . . . You know, vampires have no reflections in a mirror? There’s this idea that monsters don’t have reflections in a mirror. And what I’ve always thought isn’t that monsters don’t have reflections in a mirror. It’s that if you want to make a human being into a monster, deny them, at the cultural level, any reflection of themselves. And growing up, I felt like a monster in some ways. I didn’t see myself reflected at all. I was like, “Yo is something wrong with me? That the whole society seems to think that people like me don’t exist?” And part of what inspired me was this deep desire that before I died, I would make a couple of mirrors. That I would make some mirrors so that kids like me might see themselves reflected back and might not feel so monstrous for it.” ― Issa Rae What Does your Reflection Say? #ProductionCrew #ProductionCrew AMYA ALLEI DREANA MASALA DREW CREDITS CLICK HERE This site is brought to you by the media communication department Credits

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