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1 Marion County Center for the Arts Visual and Performing Arts Magnet Program West Port High School 3733 SW 80 th Avenue Ocala, FL TOURS of the Marion County Center for the Arts may easily be arranged. Contact,, for more information AUDITIONS are ongoing at the West Port High School Performing Arts Center. See website ( for Audition/Portfolio Requirements. APPLICATIONS must be sent or delivered to before the audition. See the application/audition process on the next page of the application. Contact with any questions concerning the application process. All forms are available online at Art areas and teacher contact s: 2-Dimensional Art Gene Hotaling 3-Dimensional Art Greg Smith Acting Janet Shelley Band Director Scotty Vance Choral Music Nancy Atkinson Dance Jana Tripp Digital Animation Gene Hotaling Electronic Music Michael Wade Fabrics and Fibers Judy Worley Flag Corps / Visual Ensemble Scotty Vance Guitar Jeremy Sheppard Orchestra Nancy Atkinson Piano/Keyboarding Dean Marino Photography Judy Worley Rock Band Ensemble/ Class Dean Marino Show Choir Michael Wade Technical Theatre Christopher Vaida Video Production Michael Wade

2 PROCESS FOR AUDITIONING 1. Student prints an application and agreement form from the website ( or picks form up at West Port High School. 2. The completed application and agreement forms are returned to the WPHS MCCA Coordinator. 3. The checks student s GPA, FCAT scores, attendance, and conduct records. If the student is NOT enrolled in a Marion County school, he or she must attach a copy of his or her most recent report card, attendance record, behavior record, and any standardized test results to the application form. 4. Acceptance and rejection letters are mailed to all applicants. 5. Acceptance letter states that student has been accepted into the program and will have his/her name sent to the county office as a magnet student. 6. Once a student has been accepted as a candidate for one of the MCCA programs his/her name and contact information will be forwarded to the appropriate arts teachers. Each student must still the appropriate arts instructor to arrange an audition before he or she can register for classes at WPHS. s of all instructors are listed on the front page of this application form. 7. After the placement audition has been completed the student is ready to register for classes. Contact the guidance department at (352) before coming to West Port High School to make sure that all necessary information is in order for registration. Students may audition for more than one arts area, but he or she must have a separate application form for each area in which he or she wishes to audition. 2

3 Last Name APPLICATION FORM There will be a $35 materials fee due at time of acceptance PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY First Name Student ID Are you presently a MCCA student? Yes No If yes, which program? Parent/Guardian Name Present School Present Grade High School Assignment: Home Address City Zip Mailing Address (if different from home) City Zip Home Telephone Parent Work Telephone Parent Cell Student Cell Parent Select only one - a separate application/audition is required for each art area Performing Arts ( ) Acting ( ) Choral ( ) Dance ( ) Electronic Music ( ) Guitar ( ) Instrumental (Symphonic) ( ) Orchestra (Strings) ( ) Piano/Electronic Keyboarding ( ) Rock Band Ensemble ( ) Show Choir ( ) Technical Theatre ( ) Visual Ensemble Visual Arts ( ) 2-D Art (Drawing and Painting) ( ) 3-D Art (Ceramics/Sculpture) ( ) Digital Animation ( ) Fabrics and Fibers ( ) Photography ( ) Video Production Read the following statement and sign this application: I understand that if I am accepted into the Marion County Center for the Arts that I must adhere to all requirements for the Center. Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature Audition Art Area Teacher Date Date Date For School Use Only: APPROVED FOR MCCA Yes No GPA Date of Audition Audition Passed Yes No Ex Un Tar FCAT Reading

4 Auditioning Teacher Initials Disc FCAT Math MARION COUNTY CENTER FOR THE ARTS AGREEMENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM Please read, sign and return with your application. I have read the MCCA Agreement, and understand the rules and expectations for MCCA. My signature shows my commitment to the magnet program. Student Name (printed) Student Signature Date We have read the MCCA Agreement, and have reviewed the rules and expectations for MCCA with our son/daughter. We, as parents/guardians, understand and support our son/daughter s involvement in the magnet program. Parent/Guardian Name (printed) Parent/Guardian Signature Date 4

5 STUDENT AGREEMENT Philosophy We, the faculty of the Marion County Center for the Arts (MCCA), as professional artists and arts educators dedicated to the growth of our student artists through education and pre-professional training in the arts, affirm the power of the arts to ennoble the lives and endeavors of humanity. We believe in offering a personalized atmosphere designed to achieve mastery of traditional artistic forms while stimulating creativity in the context of research and experimentation. Students are encouraged to explore the full range of their discipline in a collaborative environment that meets the highest standards of academic and professional arts training. Mission It is the mission of the Marion County Center for the Arts to prepare artistically gifted and talented students for postsecondary arts education and/or employment in the arts while aspiring to the highest quality arts instruction possible. Grade Requirements Students must maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA in their MCCA class(es). The student is required to present his or her report card to the faculty advisor for their arts focus upon request. If a student s grades fall below the minimum required, they will be placed on probation. If not improved after one semester, they may be released from the MCCA program and will not be able to reapply to MCCA until their grades meet the requirements. Students are to achieve a Level 3 or higher on their FCAT scores for entrance to or continuation in the magnet program. Eligibility for extracurricular activities is determined per semester. Student Behavior and Discipline Students in MCCA represent West Port High School and Marion County in a variety of public performances. There are extremely high standards for student behavior; therefore, students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and in accordance with the Marion County Code of Student Conduct and all West Port High School rules and regulations. Discipline referrals are not considered acceptable for MCCA students. Magnet students receiving discipline referrals may be placed on probation which can result in removal from the magnet program and re-assignment to base school if student is out of district. Attendance In order for students to properly prepare for the level of competition present in the entertainment and arts professions, students must be committed to attending ALL classes, rehearsals, required performances, and exhibits. Students who are not in attendance at school on a particular day may not be allowed to attend rehearsals, performances, exhibits, or competitions that day. Student s grades will be affected if they miss rehearsals, performances, exhibits or competitions (extenuating circumstances will be considered at teacher s discretion). Students will be placed on probation for excessive absences or tardies. Dress Code 5

6 Each art focus has a required costume/attire for classroom and public school events. Students who fail to comply with the prescribed dress code will not be permitted to participate in that event which will, therefore, be reflected in their grade. Probation Students will be placed on probation at the end of the semester for one or more of the following reasons: 1) Grades Below 2.5 GPA overall 2) Grades Below 3.0 GPA in MCCA class 3) Conduct Failure to exhibit appropriate class/school/magnet program behavior 4) Attendance More than three (3) unexcused tardies or absences. 5) Other (attitude, commitment to program, missed rehearsals or performances, etc.) A conference will be held notifying the parent/student/mcca teacher of the probation and a probationary letter requiring student/parent signatures will be placed on file with the school. Failure to correct probationary problem(s) may result in removal from the program after one semester. Only those students who are not on probation may receive MCCA cords at graduation. Materials and fees Students will be responsible for paying class fees and purchasing required materials. Students will be placed on the debt list if class fees are not paid in a timely manner and will not be able to participate in any activity until the debt is paid. The teacher in the specific art focus area will provide this information for you. Note: This agreement is in addition to the Marion County Student Handbook and any handbook from your MCCA teacher. Administration A.P. Curriculum A.P. Students Services A.P. Instruction Jayne Ellspermann MCCA Faculty Acting Janet Shelley Band Director Scotty Vance 2-D Art (Drawing and Painting) Gene Hotaling 3-D Art (Ceramics and Sculpture) Gregory Smith Choral Nancy Atkinson Dance Jana Tripp Digital Animation Gene Hotaling Electronic Music Michael Wade Fabrics and Fibers Judy Worley Flag Corps/Visual Ensemble Scotty Vance Guitar Jeremy Shepard Orchestra (Strings) Nancy Atkinson Photography Judy Worley Piano/Keyboarding Dean Marino Rock Band Ensemble/Class Dean Marino Show Choir Michael Wade Technical Theatre Christopher Vaida Video Production Michael Wade 6

7 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Marion County Center for the Arts West Port High School 3733 S. W. 80 th Avenue, Ocala, FL Contact:,, , ext Audition/Portfolio Requirement Applicants should be students in good academic, attendance, and disciplinary standing, with a minimum 2.5 grade point average and a Level 3 on all FCAT scores. If accepted to MCCA, students are required to participate in co-curricular activities, performances, and exhibitions, fundraisers, and other activities related to their areas of concentration. Upon acceptance, students and parents are required to attend an orientation meeting regarding the individual requirements for each art area to be scheduled by the instructor. There is a $35 fee for each program to cover materials and supplies. Any additional fees will be discussed at orientation. ACTING PERFORMING ART MAJORS Applicants will perform a two-minute memorized monologue from a published play or a dramatic reading from a play, poem, short story or novel. Auditioner(s) will be listening for clarity of speech, volume, expression, and character. Each student will also have an interview with a faculty member. BAND As a member of the Symphonic Band program, all students will also march as a form of community service on behalf of the school. If you are interested in the Jazz program, based on the instrument you play, you will be contacted after acceptance into the Symphonic Band. Students will be required to perform the following: 1. SCALES: 1) Concert Bb scale. 2) Concert Eb scale. Tempo = 120. (All-State pattern with arpeggio). 2. PREPARED MUSIC: Play two solo selections of your own choosing. The two selections must be of contrasting styles (one technical and one lyrical). Sheet music for the two selections is to be brought to the audition. Please come with these selections prepared. 3. SIGHT-READING: You will be given two short sight-reading exercises. Practice sight-reading music prior to the audition (this will help with your sight-reading skills at the audition). CHORAL MUSIC Choral applicants should prepare a 1-2 minute song of their choice and be prepared to talk about their interest in vocal performance. The selection must be memorized. The applicant may sing with or without accompaniment Equal Opportunity School Save-A-Friend Hotline

8 DANCE The MCCA dance program accepts all levels of experience, and an audition is required to determine an applicant s class placement. MCCA dance auditions for the next school year are held during the previous spring semester and are posted on the MCCA dance website ( Interested students unable to attend a scheduled audition may contact the dance instructor to request a private audition. Applicants are expected to wear flexible, form-fitting clothing for their audition, preferably a leotard and tights. Applicants should arrive at the audition prepared to perform a 1 ½- to 2-minute solo in the dance genre of their choice. The solo should showcase the student s technical and performance skills. The solo may be choreographed by the applicant or someone else. The student should bring the music for the solo on a CD. During the audition, the applicants will also learn and demonstrate ballet, jazz, and/or modern dance combinations and be given an interview. ELECTRONIC MUSIC The MCCA program accepts all levels of musical ability in the electronic music classes. Auditions are required but are for placement purposes only. FLAG CORPS/VISUAL ENSEMBLE The Flag Corps/Visual Ensemble performs using large flags and other equipment to represent the music they are performing. Students in this program will perform with the WPHS Marching Band during the fall, as well as the competitive indoor guard in the spring. Members must have a positive attitude and meet all MCCA requirements. The audition will consist of three (3) days after school. During this time, the student will learn a routine and perform it on the last day. Applicants will be required to participate in the audition process led by the instructor. They will be taught all fundamentals required for the audition. Attire: Students will wear tennis shoes, shorts and a comfortable t-shirt in accordance with the school dress code. Beginners are welcomed. GUITAR Applicants will play a major scale and a prepared music selection of their choice. ORCHESTRA (Strings) The MCCA strings program accepts all levels of strings (violin, viola, cello, and bass). More experienced players should have a prepared piece and will be asked to sight read and play a scale of their choice. PIANO/ELECTRONIC KEYBOARDING The MCCA program accepts all levels of musical ability in the piano/electric keyboarding classes. Auditions are required but are for placement purposes only. ROCK BAND CLASS/ENSEMBLE This is a small group ensemble that plays contemporary music. Some experience on rhythm section instruments is required. Audition is required to determine ensemble placement. SHOW CHOIR This is a small performing group that combines choral singing with dance movements. Students should prepare a solo and be ready to participate in a general movement class. Solo must be memorized. Equal Opportunity School Save-A-Friend Hotline

9 TECHNICAL THEATRE The MCCA technical theatre program is looking for students who enjoy working behind the scenes of a production. Stagecraft includes the technical aspects of stage lighting as well as scenery construction and costume design. The MCCA technical theatre program accepts varying levels of experience. Students must bring two letters of recommendation to the audition that describe the student s potential for creativity as well as his or her work ethic. Students will then undergo an interview to find out about their interests in technical theatre. Students may bring examples of drafting and costume designs if they have any available. VISUAL ART MAJORS Full name, address, phone number, school, and grade should be printed and attached to all works submitted. 2-DIMENSIONAL ART (Drawing/Painting) In addition to the requirements for general admission into the program and the information on the application, applicants will be accepted based on an interview, a review of the applicant s Portfolio (maximum of 6 pieces of artwork) and the audition performance. Students will be given a drawing assignment at the audition to be completed in a specified amount of time (materials and subject will be provided). Required work: (on 8 ½ X 11 paper, no larger please) 1. Drawing of a pair of shoes 2. Self-portrait from a mirror 3. Still-life of three or more objects from observation Additional work: 1. A portfolio of original artwork (maximum of six pieces) that best demonstrates the student s abilities. Full name, address, phone number, school, and grade should be printed and attached to all works submitted 2. A portfolio of reproductions of student s original work. Digital images and electronic files may be submitted, no slides please (5 x 7 or larger prints of three-dimensional pieces may be submitted in place of actual work). Works created prior to middle school should not be included. Full name, address, phone number, school, and grade should be printed and attached to all works submitted. 3-DIMENSIONAL (Ceramics/Sculpture) In addition to the information on the application, during the audition applicants will make a knife, fork, and spoon paying attention to the proportion and size of each piece as they relate to each other. Students may also provide a portfolio if they have photographs of any threedimensional artwork done in the past three years. DIGITAL ANIMATION Required work: 1. A figure drawing showing motion 2. Drawing of a landscape or cityscape showing distance Equal Opportunity School Save-A-Friend Hotline

10 Additional work: Not more than three additional pieces of original artwork or animation that best demonstrates the students abilities. The work may be two or three-dimensional. Works created prior to middle school should not be included. FABRICS AND FIBERS In addition to the information on the application, applicants will be accepted based on an audition and a review of a portfolio. Required work to be brought to the audition: student will need a minimum of six portfolio pieces which may be artwork of any type that best demonstrate the student s skills and creative abilities. The work may be two-or three-dimensional. Works created prior to middle school should not be included. PHOTOGRAPHY Required work: student will need a minimum of 12 photographs shot with a digital camera. Photographs may be presented as hard copies or presented on a USB. 1. Three portraits 2. Three landscapes 3. Three unique points of view 4. Three autobiographical images Additional work: Not more than three additional pieces of original art work that best demonstrates the student s abilities. The work may be two-or three-dimensional. Works created prior to middle school should not be included. VIDEO PROUDCTION The Video Production Program is part of Marion County Center for the Arts is open to WPHS students of all grades. This program is for students planning to pursue degrees or careers in film/television production, broadcast journalism, art, advertising, media studies, or public relations. This course of study gives students opportunities to build a portfolio that meets or enhances college and industry application requirements. All classes are electives, and fulfill either the Fine Art or the Occupational Education requirement, and result in a digital portfolio. The audition process requires students to submit web links to their previous video work or to bring in actual DVDs of their prior work. During the audition students will be interviewed and accessed for placement. Equal Opportunity School Save-A-Friend Hotline

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