Free Teacher Resources - AVAILABLE NOW!

Arts-based activities, adapted for all learning environments.  

Even though this year continues to bring challenges to learning, students still deserve access to quality artistic experiences. Teacher resources are standards based, and are designed to engage students in one of the four artistic processes: Create, Perform/Present, Respond, & Connect. Additionally, most activities are equally accessible to non-arts teachers and can be folded easily into any curriculum.

Activities support foundation level students and range in style to meet various arts classroom needs. Pre-recorded artist talks, student journals, teacher guides, and fully packaged art kits are some of the many ways we look to engage with our arts education community. Get notified about the launch of our free teacher resources and stay up-to-date with the latest Outreach offerings by signing up to receive our Outreach Newsletter.

About the Governor's School's Outreach Programs

As a part of the Governor’s School’s mission to serve as a resource to teachers and students across the state, the Office of Outreach provides classroom resources and professional learning opportunities to enrich arts education in South Carolina. Learn more.

Actor's Movement Warm Up

Actors have three main tools that they must cultivate in order to develop their craft: the body, the voice, and the imagination. To access these tools, young actors must prime themselves with good, solid warm-ups. Join Rhonda Murray, Dance Instructor for Drama, as she guides students through a series of movement exercises intended to prepare and focus the body for the demands of a strong acting practice. Learn more here. 

5 Tips for Region Orchestra Audition Success

Whether you're new to the Region Orchestra Audition or a seasoned veteran, it's important to use your preparation time productively. In this video, SCGSAH students and faculty share their top five tips to help you perform your best! Learn more here.

A Musical Journey With Ferdinand the Bull - COMING SOON

In this video, the 1936 children’s book The Story of Ferdinand, written by Munro Leaf, is brought to life through narration and music from George Bizet's opera, Carmen. Narrated by senior music student Anier Colon-Flores, this entertaining and gentle musical tale approaches topics such as conformity, aggression, and individual differences. You will also meet the instrumental members of a woodwind quintet, and learn how they leverage their differences to make music together. 

*Special Note: The book narration can be reserved in English and/or in Spanish. This is a great opportunity for Spanish teachers to integrate the arts into their classrooms! Learn more here. 

Available beginning on October 1st.