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Imagine a world void of color- the excitement after a summer raindiminished by the lost prospect of a rainbow Would the regality of a highschool graduation be as memorable without the authentic tune of Pomp andCircumstance The way we see the world is so greatly influenced by thesights and sounds that infiltrate our lives each day Both art and musichave the powerful potential to set situations and alter moods Appreciationfor the capacity of the arts is a necessary part of life that is cultivatedin schools Arts in the classroom set the foundation for dreamers- the nextgreat artist or musician could be the result of a strong arts educationThe benefit of the arts in schools impacts a student dramatically duringthe most formative years of adolescence and beyond Music and art developimagination critical thinking and creativity as well as develop goal-setting skills needed in and out of the classroom Most importantly musicand art have been proven to help level the learning field givingstudents who may struggle in any given subject the chance to feel trulysuccessful 2002 Americans for the Arts With constantly impendingbudget cuts and the state of the economy in regards to education there isan unfortunate risk of art and music classes being cut from high schoolsMusic and art classes are vital to a student social emotional andacademic success and should not be cut from the budget at high schools How the Arts Affect a Student Socially The arts can play a major role in a student socially it is notjust about showing off your creative skills or your vivid imagination Inensembles and groups music and art give a student a sense of comradely andgreater purpose When you are part of an art or music ensemble you are nolonger only
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