Arts Program

Exploring Talents. Building Community.

The Quaker School at Horsham Arts program not only helps our students express their unique talents, but it also creates lasting friendships built on sportsmanship, collaboration and school spirit.

"You need three things in the theater – the play, the actors and the audience – and each must give something." – Kenneth Haigh

All students in grades 4-11 are given the opportunity to try out for the TQS Arts Program, and every student is included in a full-length stage performance each spring.

In the program, students explore many aspects of the performing arts while developing self-discipline, teamwork and confidence speaking before an audience. This experience becomes a valuable tool in their lives.

Aside from singing, dancing, acting and playing musical instruments, students have the opportunity to learn about lighting techniques and sound equipment, how to be an integral member of a stage crew, and many other technical endeavors

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TQS Book Club Topic #3: Helping Adolescents Understand Their Autism
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Alex Brosowsky

When you’re the parent of a teenager, you can expect to have challenging conversations. 

Adolescence is a tumultuous time in a child’s life, and it often requires families to have deep discussions about big, sometimes uncomfortable, topics. At the same time, it can be challenging to initiate these conversations, especially if your teen is not enthused by talking about their feelings and emotions. 

When that teen is also diagnosed with autism, the complexity of these conversations increases dramatically. 

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