Shoreland’s
Fine Arts
Program

Fine arts is a fundamental part of a well-rounded education. Engage your ability to listen, create, reason, imagine, feel and express your faith through classes, private lessons and numerous groups.

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Shoreland earns WSMA Accreditation
Shoreland is one of only three schools in Kenosha and Racine counties to be awarded Wisconsin School Music Association accreditation. Shoreland received recognition for being among the Wisconsin schools whose students have been active in more than the minimum number of WSMA programs (e.g., State Honors Project, Student Composition).

Shoreland Lutheran music teacher receiving international recognition

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Samantha Pinchard

“I appreciated Mr. (James) Groth and Pastor (Thomas) Bauer,” Pinchard shares. “They both had a large influence on my musical career. I was really involved in high school. I did choir all four years, band all four years, and Mr. Groth actually encouraged me to start taking flute lessons. That’s where I grew so much. That’s what really led me to become the musician I am today. I am a singer now, but if I didn’t have that fundamental knowledge from them, I wouldn’t be here.” Read her story

Marissa Lake

Having the chance to work one-on-one with a voice coach at Shoreland also awakened Lake to new possibilities. “My voice teacher, Ben Jeske, had me perform in a competition called Diva Quest in Kenosha. I auditioned and made the top 10, which meant I could perform for a live audience.” Read her story

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