Rock Solid Academy​   570-338-1019

president@rocksolidacademy.org

Specials:

  • Spanish
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • Culinary Arts
  • Theater
  • Music
  • Chorus


Rock Solid Academy offers a variety of  specials, clubs, and activities for your children to participate in:

Legos Club- Grades K-12

Biblical Storytelling/ Theater- Grades K-12

Board Games Club- Grades 3-6

Classic Book/Movie Club- Grades 4-12

Sports Club- Grades 5-12

Science Club- Grades 7-12

Student Council- Grades 7-12


Chapel Services are held bi-weekly


Ministry Outreach: Once a month, the students choose a local or international service project to participate. 

"A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed." Proverbs 11:25

A message from our Music Teacher, Anne Chairge, “Our mission for the Rock Solid Academy music program is to explore, discover, shape, and make use of the instrument given to each one of us at birth — the voice!  We strive to encourage the development of the innate musicality within each child, encouraging and equipping students with the necessary tools to speak the language of music and to express themselves freely and uniquely through song, ultimately leading to a lifelong joy and passion for this God-given means of expression.

The core of the music curriculum is the Kodály philosophy of music education, which takes each child on a journey of rhythmic and melodic concepts through traditional folk songs and singing games.  The program includes concepts such as feeling the beat, tracking movement, and visual/aural decoding of both rhythmic and pitch notation, while utilizing a system of solfége syllables (do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti) which show function within the key and the relationships between pitches. The end result of this approach is the ability to sight sing a line of music written on the staff and dictate a melody on paper as it is heard. Students who have been trained under this method experience an enhanced ability to sing in tune and to independently carry increasingly complex vocal parts. These skills are then put into practice in group singing, or chorus, in which students learn various styles of music by rote (ear) and staff reading (visually), and then express what they learn in two-part harmony (Soprano and Alto).  Students perform a Christmas concert and participate in the Elementary Spring musical each year.  Please stay tuned for further information on these performances!”