Fort Bend ISD seeks to provide for all students a high quality fine arts education that supports their academic, social, emotional, and creative development. This goal is achieved through a comprehensive performing and visual arts curriculum that provides a wide-range of learning experiences and performance opportunities. Courses are offered in elementary music and art, as well as secondary courses in art, band, choir, orchestra, dance, and theatre.
Fine arts courses are structured in ways that promote the development of character, student leadership, and life-long learning. Each week, approximately 60,000 students district-wide participate in fine arts courses that offer students the opportunity to work collaboratively with their peers as part of a group. Responsibility, teamwork, and good citizenship are fostered as students learn to depend on one other to achieve organizational goals.
The Fort Bend ISD Department of Fine Arts exists to inspire artistry and equip students to reach their full potential, thus creating opportunities without boundaries.
The Fort Bend ISD Department of Fine Arts will provide equitable opportunities with a rigorous and aligned curriculum, increasing the quality and quantity of program participation, and promoting advocacy and community engagement throughout the District.
FBISD Middle School One-Act Play - District Finals
November 11, 2017 at Dulles HS Rodgers Memorial Auditorium (Free admission)
9:00 AM - Bowie MS - The Marvelous Playbill
9:50 AM - Baines MS - The Hundred Dresses
10:40 AM - Sugar Land MS - AGO
11:30 AM - Sartartia MS - The Case of Alex Hansen
12:10 - 12:45 PM - Lunch
12:45 PM - Missouri City MS - The Girl in the Mirror
1:35 PM - Fort Settlement MS - Everyman in the Circus of Life
3:00 PM - Awards Ceremony
3:20 PM - Critiques (Simultaneous)
4:00 PM - Contest Ends