By Rachel Hoeing

In this week’s Sunday Spotlight:

  • The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus
  • Mt. Pisgah Weekday School
  • Spark Imagination this Summer at Camp Sawtooth
  • Triad Stage Summer Camp


The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus

The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus is dedicated to educating talented and diverse youth of our community in music and choral skills while offering abundant opportunities to share their talents locally and internationally.  The Youth Chorus offers a wide range of programs throughout the year to suit the learning needs and interests of every student, from second grade through high school. Members learn music theory, sight reading, proper vocal technique, choral-style, and music in many languages within its unique cultural perspective.

The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus enjoys frequent concert collaborations with local and regional arts organizations including the UNCSA Cantata Singers, Piedmont Wind Symphony, Piedmont Opera, Fletcher Opera, Music Carolina and the Winston-Salem Symphony. WSYC has participated in prestigious music festivals and events around the world. The Chorus will hold open auditions on May 29th at Piedmont Opera. For information please call 336-703-0001 or


Mt. Pisgah Weekday School

Mt. Pisgah Weekday School would like to invite new families to tour the school, see exciting classes and activities in action, and meet the dedicated teachers and staff. This faith-based preschool has been committed to educating children for over 40 years and continues to provide a nurturing and loving environment that sparks imagination and ignites early learning. The teachers at Mt. Pisgah Weekday School are creative, engaging, and dedicated. In a recent school-wide survey, all parents reported they were pleased with their child’s current teachers and almost all gave the highest rating of “extremely pleased.”

“I could not imagine a more loving environment than Mt. Pisgah Weekday School. I am confident that my children are not only being nurtured educationally but they are also being taught about God’s love and that will stay with them forever.” – Parent Testimonial

Please schedule a tour today!


Photo Credit: Micah Brown

Spark Imagination this Summer at Camp Sawtooth

Camp Sawtooth, for ages 3 – 11, is designed to spark imagination, encourage self-expression, and make a lifelong connection to visual art. Students discover their own artistic voice and develop a sense of pride in their skills. Sawtooth offers high-quality art education for students, while also teaching innovative thinking, perseverance, creativity, collaboration, and more! Small class sizes allow for individualized experiences for young students in a creative and fun environment.

Each summer Sawtooth School for Visual Art offers eight uniquely themed, week-long, full-day and half-day camps. Before and after care is also available. Students learn, create, and explore the world around them through exposure to art and artists! For more information, and to register, visit:

Camps Weeks: June 17 – August 9.
9 AM – 5 PM, with extended hours available before and after.


Triad Stage Summer Camp

Join Triad Stage for theater summer camp! Week-long summer arts experiences are offered for students entering grades 4 – 12 and recent graduates. All students get a chance to explore the art form of theater, hone their artistic skills, meet new friends, and have a great time! All camps offer small class sizes and professional teaching artists to provide opportunities and support to students at every level. Explore classes in improv, monologues, mask making, playwriting, and much more! *NEW in 2019* Join the first two-week camp for rising 7th – 9th graders; in Scriptworks, students will work together to imagine, draft, rehearse, and perform their own short performance! Scholarship and childcare options also available. Find out more and register at


Today’s Spotlight is sponsored by The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus, Mt. Pisgah Weekday School, Sawtooth, and Triad Stage.


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