McKinley Middle Academic Magnet
         Visual and Performing Arts

1550 Eddie Robinson, Sr. Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
225-388-0089

Applications Accepted: Grades 6-8

McKinley Middle Academic Magnet School of Visual & Performing Arts is a dedicated magnet school that challenges students both intellectually and artistically to become educated and responsible citizens who will make valuable contributions to society and provide a basis for lifelong learning.

McKinley Middle Academic Magnet School of Visual & Performing Arts offers an academically focused program for college bound students with an accelerated curriculum and advanced placement courses. Students attending McKinley Middle Academic Magnet will have the opportunity to take Algebra I, Geometry, Physical Science, Spanish I, French I, and Introduction to Business Computer Applications for high school credit.

Students are able to choose from the following visual and performing arts classes: band, choir, strings, piano, art, drawing & painting, animation, sculpture, stage craft design, dance, ballet, drama, musical theatre, TV / Film production, writing for media, creative writing, entrepreneurship, web design, talented art, talented drama, and talented music. While taking these courses, students will have the opportunity to perform at various venues throughout the city and in New York City.

At McKinley, we have taken our curriculum a step further. Our students travel abroad and have visited historic Italian sites in Florence, Venice, and Rome. Students have also traveled to Europe and visited famous cities in France, Greece, England and Spain.

Come and enjoy the total experience at McKinley Middle Magnet. We are among the best because we have the best, and we want you to be a part of our family. Professionalism, teamwork, pride, and enthusiasm make McKinley Middle your best choice for a quality education.


Academic Requirements:

1. Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 for the last four consecutive semesters
2.
A proficient score in math and ELA on the Spring 2017 norm-reference assessment in ELA and math