This school year, Broadneck High School launched its Performing and Visual Arts program (PVA).
Parents who are interested in more information about PVA are urged to attend an informational session scheduled for Tuesday at the school.
Broadneck's PVA Director Sandy Balderson told Patch the 6 p.m. meeting would give parents a chance to learn about the new PVA classes and other magnet programs available at Anne Arundel County schools.
Magnet programs are offered for students looking for a more specialized curriculum, and there are a variety of avenues for them to choose, once they reach high school.
Other high school magnet programs include:
- Biomedical and Allied Health (BMAH)
- Centers of Applied Technology (CAT)
- International Baccalaureate Middle Years/Diploma Programme (IB MYP/DP)
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Middle School (STEM)
A series of informational meetings are scheduled across the county for each of the programs over the next two months. See the attached PDF document for more information.
The PVA meeting begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Broadneck High School's auditorium.