Eight Students from FFSD Attending Fine Arts Academy

Eight juniors and sophomores from all three high schools in the Ferguson-Florissant School District are among students statewide who have been selected to attend the Missouri Fine Arts Academy at Missouri State University in June.

Each year, the top 50 students in Missouri in their respective artistic disciplines are selected for the Academy.  This year, eight students from the Ferguson-Florissant School District will receive three hours of college credit for attending the summer program, plus a renewable, three-hour college scholarship upon graduation.

Students from the Ferguson-Florissant School District attending the 2014 Academy include Jayron Curry (theatre) and Destiney Speech (theatre) from McCluer High School; Monet Britts (vocal music), Melvin Bozeman (vocal music), Brendan Henley (theatre), Michael Hodge (theatre) and Taryn Farley (band) from McCluer North High School; and Steven Hale (band) from McCluer South-Berkeley High School.



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