No, they shouldn't. You should focus more on your arts areas, not stupid things like football!
They had three different schools that focused on sports, general, and music/the arts.
It should only be used when it is used as a title. For example: He was studying for a bachelor of arts in middle eastern languages. VS John Smith, Bachelor of Arts [middle eastern languages does not require capitalization here]
Well, there are many middle schools called Aspire nation-wide. I go to Aspire Middle School for the Performing Arts in Lacey, WA.
Where I live there are quite a lot of Charter performing arts schools but most of the normal middle and high schools offer them
Delhi collage of arts
they did Marshal arts
Susan Davis Lenski has written: 'Language arts for gifted middle school students' -- subject(s): Language arts (Elementary), Gifted children, Education, Middle schools, Curricula 'Improving Reading'
I don't know where you live, but I live in Montgomery AL and they have quite a few magnet schools like Baldwin Arts and Academic, Floyd, et cedera
yes they do, there is many art middle schools and high schools that study theatrical plays and such
Performing Arts schools are usually private, so there are tuition costs from parents to spend.
Chicago High School for the Arts and Chicago Academy for the Arts
You really need to go to that schools website. That should give you plenty of info.