Author: Joshua Brown

Mid-Summer Madness Concert – June 29th at 7:00 PM

We have just added an event to our calendar – the annual Mid-Summer Madness Concert. This is a short concert by our Large Ensemble as well as selected students performing solos and small ensemble works. It’s at 7 pm on June 29th, 2016 and it will take place in the Tritico Theater (recently known as the Shearman Fine Arts Theater) on the campus of McNeese State University. The public is welcome to attend and there is no admission charge.






Morning Classes!

Mornings here at the program are focused on core subjects important to every young student.  These are our Humanities II and Psych 001 classes:

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Day 1: Morning Classes

Illustrating a logical fallacy in Science I (each student was given puzzle pieces and told to become an expert on them, here they are putting them all together, when the goal of the exercise was actually to remember which four pieces you had) and Aiden Manuel working on his self portrait for his Letter of Introduction in English Composition.

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Afternoon Electives: Which to Choose?

Each and every student have their own special set of talents and abilities. Here at the Governor’s Program we offer 16 unique electives in an array of fields such as music, art, theatre, print media, and even film!

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S.O.U.S.

The 2016 S.O.U.S (summer of unusual size) has officially begun!  Here are all 100 students trying to fit on a stage that is barely big enough.  We couldn’t be more excited.  More updates coming soon!

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