Course Offerings

Music Theory :

Music Theory is an advanced level music course with Honors grade option.   It is intended to prepare a music student to take college theory and to prepare an advanced student to proficiency college theory and or take the AP Theory Placement exam.   

Students should have advanced technical skills on their instrument, proficient music reading skills in both treble and bass clef and a be in the top music ensemble for their instrument.  Keyboard proficiency is very helpful.  Honors grades will be awarded at semester and will require extra daily skill work and achievement and extra projects.  

This course is based on a daily skill development sequence.  Therefore  attendance of every class and completion of all homework must be a given.     

Class Expectations:

Students are expected to attend every class.
Students should bring three ringed notebook, all handouts & a pencil to every class.
Students should bring headphones with a 1/16 inch jack for computer and keyboard study.
Students should bring headphones with a 1/16 inch jack for computer and keyboard study.
Students should turn in all paperwork and equipment by the due date.
Students must complete homework for every class. Late homework will not be accepted for a grade.
Students who have questions about homework must see Mrs. Crock on non class days.
Students will behave in a manner which is conducive to serious study.
Students will not talk or engage in behavior that will be disruptive to learning.
Students will take care of school property and equipment and respect the property of others.
Students will treat others with respect and consideration.
Students will behave in an honorable manner at all times.
Students will respect the consequences of their actions.


Grades will be awarded as follows:

First Semester:
50% Daily Homework and Daily Grades
50% Tests and Quizzes including Finals

Second Semester:
50% Daily Homework and Daily Grades
25% Tests and Quizzes
25% Final and Final Project
Honors Grades will be awarded based on daily demonstration of advanced theory skills, cummulative class grade average and on honors projects.