Integration of core curriculum and social justice through world music, chants, movement, dance and interactive discussions in all-school assemblies, performances and workshops.
All-school assemblies and workshops are presented by members of The Honey Child Soul Quintet – an a cappella vocal ensemble and teaching team whose mission is to embrace diversity by joining together in harmony to make the world a more uplifting place.
Assemblies feature diverse role models from this inspirational singing group performing and speaking about their commitment to higher education in pursuit of fulfilling their individual life purpose and passions.
Workshops feature world music and movement experiences that connect with current and historical social studies topics. The program goals include cultivating respect for self, others and the environment. Students learn to recognize their voices as vehicles for social change. Since 2015 the ensemble has received over ten grants to present in public schools.