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If you like drawing, painting, graphic design, ceramics, acting, musical theater, technical theater, film, orchestra, band, chorus or dance - you'll find so many exciting elective choices at North Springs.  If you want to pursue your arts passion in depth you'll want to apply to our Visual & Performing Arts  (VPA) Magnet program. Interested students must apply and have and maintain an overall 80 GPA. In the VPA magnet program students take 8 VPA elective courses over 4 years. For a more in depth look at the VPA magnet - click here

Our Mission

To inspire and develop emerging arts patrons, arts critics, and arts professionals.

​Drama Program showcased in new Living Northside

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The August/September issue of Living Northside magazine- published by the AJC has a great article highlighting not only our amazing 2016 spring musical The Wiz but  former drama magnet student Paige Anderson Faure now on Broadway!

Dance Spring Show

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 Spartan Musicians play for historic Trumpet Awards!

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Grace Motahari. Music Director Justice Michael and Xavier Jones performed for the 2016 Trumpet Awards Foundation. As part of the Youth on Parade, our Spartans made the 24th Trumpet Awards extra special. 

The Wiz Wows! 

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Read the great review in the Dunwoody Crier. See the press release in the Sandy Springs Patch and Dunwoody Crier!

With 56 student actors cast in the show, this is believed to be the largest cast to EVER perform at North Springs. Adding in the technical personnel, the orchestra pit, and choral singers we have over 150 students working on this production! 

Best in Show!  








 Abi Szabo takes Best in Show at Roswell juried Art Show for North Fulton HS students.Illana Wayne won honorable mention for her photo (below) andso did Daniel Brehm. The most award winners and exhibitors of any high school.


Music Program is the

cover story in Perimeter North! ​


"Hitting the Right Notes . . A Crescendo at North Springs"- read all about our great music programs and students in band, orchestra, chorus, musical theater and more - just click here

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Mekhi Gladden (oboe), Nina Qin, (flute), Alison Sinatra (french horn) and Grace Motahari (violin) make the 2016 All State Band and All State Orchestra. Mekhi and Nina are first chairs and Grace is in the first violin section. Congratulations ALL!

WABE 90.1 FM radio host Lois Reitzes interviewed talented oboist Mekhi Gladden about his participation in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Talent Development Program.  Hear the wonderful NPR on air interview here.


Juried Spring Art Show 

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 ​ Jessie T. Usher visits NSCHS!

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 Actor Jessie T. Usher answered questions from VPA chair, James Landreau to a house of 300 excited and engaged VPA students  last week. He encouraged students to work hard and follow their passion.


Olivia Danso 1st EVER student KSU Dance Festival winner!

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 Senior Olivia Danso's original piece "A Beautiful Mind" performed by company dancers: Bria Taylor, Ananda Armstrong, Anthony Burns, Kimberlyn Hayes, Tramia McGee, and Akilah Austin won the entire 2016 Kennesaw State Dance Festival choreography competition. The judges had no idea the original choreography was that of a student - our own Spartan, Olivia Danso!


 Spartan in PBS' Mercy Street


 VPA's Myron Parker appeared as Miles in a compelling episode of the new PBS drama Mercy Street in January.  His performance received rave reviews from the show's lead actors, Josh Radnor and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. You can watch Myron's performance on pbs.org. Myron,  is also an All State chorus semifinalist. 


 All-State Chorus & Sight Reading!


Chase McGrath made the very competitive All State Choir andthe Georiga Music Educators Association (GMEA) Sight Reading Choir which performed in Athens at the GMEA convention. According to choral director Van Craven, it is a great honor to make this choir and Chase is the only Spartan ever to have done so!



 Quick Links


Booster and deparmental web sites supporting various magnet disciplines within the Visual & Performing Arts (VPA) Magnet:





Theater Department 

Theater Comunity Boosters

Visual Art: 

Ms. Dellaria

 Mr. Green



2017-18 Curriculum Guidebook

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Click here to see the courses and information for next year!



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For questions about our Visual and Performing Arts Magnet Program please contact VPA Dept Chair James Landreau at landreauj@fultonschools.org

For questions about the Math and Science Magnet program please contact Felicia Lewis at Lewisf1@fultonschools.org


Success Deconstructed!


Students worked for 48 hrs. to create a piece of art to represent success in the national Deconstruction event. The finished piece is a great example of STEAM collaboration.


Our 2017 Teacher of the Year 


Congrats to Visual Art Teacher Lauren Dellaria, named Teacher of the Year earlier this month-  with her family and BIG check for $1,000 thanks to a gift from the Spartan Nation/PTO & Foundation. Lauren was also nominated for Central Learning Community TOY!

Announcing the 2016 - 2017 Season


Sept 29, 30, Oct 1, 6, 7, 8  @ 7:30pm
Oct 8 @ 3:00pm - Understudy Show 

Directed by Joel King

Tartuff, or The Imposter is one of the

most famous theatrical comedies by

Moliere, first performed in 1664!



Dec 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 @ 7:30pm
Dec 10 @ 3:00pm - Understudy Show
Black Box Theatre

Directed by Tyler Owens 

Tony Award winning drama  in 2014

and New York Drama Critic's Award

for Best Play in 1959!

The student performances in this 1959

masterpiece which changed American theater

 forever were simply amazing! Here's a link

 to the story in last week's

Sandy Springs Patch.


SISTER ACT!  (spring musical)

March 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25 @ 7:30pm
March 25 @ 3:00pm - Understudy Show

Directed by Joel King

Musical comedy written by Bill and

 Cheri Steinkellner based on the 1992

 film starring Whoopi Goldberg. Opened

 in London's West End in 2009 and

 Broadway in 2011 -an audience favorite!


Mekhi Gladden is going to Curtis! 

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Only 5% of students who audition for the

prestigious Curtis Institute of Music get in

 and NS' Mekhi Gladden is one of them!

 Of 18 aspiring oboeists who auditioned- 

Curtis selectd ONLY Mekhi. Curtis is THE

school for musicians who want to play in

 a major symphony orchestra!  

 Visual Art Magnet visits UGA 


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March 20th - 43 art magnet students got a

 personalized tour of UGA's Lamar Dodd

School of Art, where they saw the state

 of the art facilities and learned about

specific majors, academic and studio

expectations, and the application process.

 The trip ended with lunch at Amici Italian

Cafe in downtown Athens, where their

artwork hasd been on display since Feb.

One student even sold a piece of art!


   Congrats GHP Semifinalists

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Our four Governors Honors Program (GHP)
semifinalists inlcude Sara Dardik (theater),
Eric Miller (Math), Marshall Berton (Social
Studies)  and Grace Motahari (Music).
Good luck in your final round of interviews
 and auditions.







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