TCHS Visual & Performing Arts Magnet Program
Celebrating Academic & Artistic Excellence
The Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Magnet Program at Tri-Cities High School was launched in 1990. The program is designed for motivated students who possess an interest in the areas of music, visual arts, dance, drama, or music technology. Gifted young artists receive highly specialized training in the arts while earning a high school diploma. The creation of the VPA Magnet Program at Tri-Cities High School is one of the best efforts by any high school in the Southeast to correlate an academic program with concentrated training in both the visual and performing arts.
The mission of the Visual and Performing Arts Magnet Program is to develop the academic and artistic skills of talented students in an interdisciplinary environment. Students are encouraged to explore the full range of their discipline in a collaborative atmosphere which meets the highest standards of academic and professional arts training.
The Highlights & Spotlight of the 2018-2019 School Year
Welcome our new Magnet Dance Director! Ms. Shenita Granberry
Great summer in dance at TCHS. Welcoming new Director, celebrating scholarship and Showcasing Atlanta Dance Connection's summer Intensive was superb.
Debbie Allen brings her Summer Intensive Dance class to Tri-Cities
VPA Magnet's own Joshua Williams is selected as Fulton County's Star Student!
Star Senior Joshua Williams makes TCHS so proud!!! He is an ambassador of artistic and academic excellence! Joshua will be attending Juliard School of the Arts on a full scholarship with room and board on a 4 year stipend!
Congratulations to Erin Foster for attending the Governor's Honors Program this Summer!
Aaron Guy wins the August Wilson Monologue Competition!
Tri-Cities students perform at NFL Player's (Cam Newton) Gala
Tri-Cities High School Magnet students had the pleasure of performing at the Cam Newton Foundation Gala and they shut down the house!
Congratulations to Laughton Berry on his win as the Best Actor at the Jimmy Awards
XSCAPE comes home to TCHS!
Alumnae LaTosha & Tamika Scott from XSCAPE came home to share words of wisdom "prepare for the industry and balance academics."
TCHS VPA Magnet put on "PIPPIN" and shows us that "Some Lives are Meant to be Extraordinary!"
Tri-Cities High School Magnet students had the pleasure of performing at Cam Newton Foundation Gala and they shut down the house!