Project GRAD Houston
3000 Richmond, Suite 400
Houston, Texas 77098
Ann B. Stiles, Ed. D.
Students from Project GRAD Houston Fine Arts Program assist Mayor Parker as she officially opens ticket sales for Museum’s King Tut Exhibition
The goal of the Summer Fine Arts Studio is to provide inner city children with an opportunity to develop and enhance skills in visual arts, instrumental music (band and strings), vocal music, and theater arts/drama in a fun, safe, educational environment. Read more...
Project GRAD City Jazz Kidz among student jazz ensemble performances during an Earth Day jazz event held at Miller Outdoor Theater. Read more...
On February 13, all fourth grade students at Looscan, Ketelsen, Sherman, and C. Martinez attended a production of The Little Mermaid at Davis HS Auditorium, performed by the Houston Grand Opera Co. This event, part of the FAME II grant, included not only the performance, but a study guide for every fourth grade teacher to use and specially created TAKS lessons and follow up activities that supported the opera performance. The lessons were produced by Deb Erhart, Fine Arts Integration Coordinator. Read more...
Cristina's art work won the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Gold Medal for Houston ISD Middle School Division. View her art work.
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The mission of Project GRAD is to ensure a quality public education for all students in economically disadvantaged communities so that high school and college graduation rates increase.