Congratulations to the cast of the 2014 spring musical Seven Brides for Seven Brothers!
We are so amazed by the talent of our high school students and their willingness to participate in this annual tradition. We know that this show is going to be fantastic!
All participants must turn in a completed conflict sheet, audition form, and production fee to Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Warner, or Mrs. Gunthrie. Please email Mrs. Warner at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the production fee.
Rehearsals will begin the first week of March and all rehearsal information will be sent through Remind101 so make sure you are signed up for notifications. See info for signing up below.
Congratulations to Madison Pledger, Linfield’s February 2014 Student of the Month! The Temecula Chamber of Commerce, city officials, and local sponsors support this event hosted by Sizzler Restaurant. The breakfast is even televised via tape delay through the local cable TV channel. Congratulations to Madie on receiving this prestigious award!
Check out the video below and get to know Madie a little better:
Vocal auditions - Wednesday, February 19 at 6PM @Black Box Theater
Dance auditions – Thursday, February 20 at 6PM @The Gym
- Advanced theater students and those interested in a lead role or speaking part must come to both vocal and dance auditions.
- Those interested in being in dance ensemble you must attend the dance audition on Thursday.
- If you are just interested in being in the ensemble, you do not have to attend auditions, but you still need to fill out a conflict sheet.
- If you are not currently enrolled in a theater class this year, please sign up for auditions at Mrs. Gunthrie’s desk at the high school.
- Interested in backstage? Please sign up for backstage at Mrs. Gunthrie’s desk.
Please download Seven Brides Conflict Sheet and Audition Agreement complete and sign and turn in to Mrs. Lee or Mrs. Lloyd ASAP. Please include your production fee when you turn in your conflict sheet. If your parents need to make a payment arrangement please email Mrs. Warner email@example.com to set that up. Forms also available at auditions or in MS Room 313.
IMPORTANT!!! All spring musical participants and parents must sign up for Remind101 text messages to get rehearsal notifications and information about the show. See below for how to sign up via text or signup online by clicking here.
Linfield Fine Arts Academy presents Larry Shue’s hilarious comedy, “The Foreigner”, February 7-16, 2014 in the Black Box Theater.
Charlie Baker needs to get away, and his friend Froggy knows just the place – his favorite fishing lodge in rural Georgia. To give Charlie much needed peace and quiet, Froggy convinces the locals Charlie doesn’t understand English. But the plan backfires when the lodge’s inhabitants reveal deep secrets and diabolical plans in front of their quiet foreign guest. Nonstop hilarity ensues and builds to an outrageously funny climax in this wild and wacky comedy.
Friday, February 7 – 7PM
Saturday, February 8 – 2PM & 7PM
Sunday, February 9 – 2PM & 7PM
Friday, February 14 – 7PM
Saturday, February 15 – 2PM & 7PM
Sunday, February 16 – 2PM & 7PM
All Middle School & High School students are invited to attend one of ThoughtSTEM’s programming camps this summer! No experience is required, and the camps will actually be held on Linfield’s campus throughout the month of June (check out the dates below). The cost is $300 per child/per camp, but the June 30-July 3 camp is only $250 per child because of the July 4th holiday. Special discount: Sign up now for more than one camp and receive $10 off each one. For more information, please check out this flyer; call (858) 869-9439 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enroll online by clicking here.
- Make Your First Video Game!: In this week-long camp you will be introduced to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming through Alice while designing and building an interactive video game. Turn your favorite movie into a game or come up with one of your very own! Either way you will be able to play YOUR game with friends & family!
- Make an App!: Do you use mobile Apps? Have you ever wanted to make your own App? Have you ever wondered how they make Apps? Come explore how to make an Android App on the computer that you can use and give to your friends!
June 16 – June 20
9am – 12pm: Make Your First Video Game!
1pm – 4pm: Make Your Mark on the Web!
June 23 – June 27
9am – 12pm: Make Your Mark on the Web!
1pm – 4pm: Make an App!
June 30 – July 3
9am – 12pm: Make an App!
1pm – 4pm: Make Your First Video Game!
*This week there will be no camp on Friday, July 4. The camp will be pro-rated.
Congratulations to Will Campbell, Linfield’s January 2014 Student of the Month! The Temecula Chamber of Commerce, city officials, and local sponsors support this event hosted by Sizzler Restaurant. The breakfast is even televised via tape delay through the local cable TV channel. Congratulations to Will on receiving this prestigious award!
Check out the video below and get to know Will a little better:
Friday, January 31, 2014 @ 7:30 p.m.
Night Crossing is one of Linfield Christian Middle School’s favorite traditions! It’s a competitive game played under the cover of darkness all across Linfield’s extensive property; the goal is for students to get from one end of the campus to the other without being caught by a teacher with a flashlight. Students even carry “passports” – they try to get their passports punched for each successful trip, but when they are caught, they get a mark that nullifies one of their trips across. The class with the most overall “trips” wins!
In order to participate, all students must have a permission slip signed by a parent, and these are due in the MS Office no later than Thursday, January 30 at 3:00 p.m. *Note – on January 31, there will be no admittance after 7:30 p.m., and the school entrance will be closed, so please arrive on time. The campus will re-open by 9:30 p.m. for student pick-up. Students should dress warm; dark colors are preferred. Click here for a permission slip.
February 14, 2014 @ 11:30 a.m. – 10th Annual Elementary Band & Choir Performance @ Knotts Berry Farm: Students will perform on the Calico Stage (a different venue from last year) at this annual patriotic performance. Please come out and support our ES students; anyone can receive the group rate ($25 per person for children ages 3-11; $29 for ages 12+) by going to the group sales window and telling them that you are with Linfield!
February 28, 2014: ACSI MS and Honor Bands – Five MS Band students and four HS students were chosen by audition to participate in the ACSI MS and HS Honor Bands; this consists of a day and a half of intense group rehearsal and an afternoon of bowling, and it culminates in a free concert for parents and friends at Lakewood Christian School.
March 1, 2014 – Vanguard Jazz Festival: The MS and HS Jazz Bands will travel to Vanguard University where they will perform for adjudication, receive a personalized clinic, and attend additional rhythm and improvisation clinics by nationally recognized professional Christian musicians. Students will also have the opportunity to audition for the Jazz Honor Band and perform that evening along with the top two HS jazz bands of the day and the Vanguard University Jazz Band.
March 7, 2014 @ 6:00 p.m. – ACSI Elementary Choral Festival: The Elementary Festival Choir will perform in the ACSI Elementary Choral Festival held at Calvary Murrieta Christian School. This festival features individual performances by several different Christian elementary school choirs, plus two numbers by all the combined choirs.
March 7-8, 2014 – HS Wind Ensemble Tour: Students will take a trip to the Masters College where they will attend a chapel, meet the conductor for a performance and clinic, take a tour of the campus, and enjoy lunch in the cafeteria. They will then travel to LA to see the Los Angeles Metropolitan Opera perform “The Barber of Seville”and enjoy a day at Disneyland!
Thursday, March 13, 2014 @ 7:00 p.m. - Spring Festival Concert: Please come out and join us for this special concert which will feature the fantastic arrangements the MS Concert Band and HS Wind Ensemble have prepared for their annual tours. The concert will be held in the gym, and admission is free!
April 1, 2014 @ 8:00 a.m. – ACSI Band & Orchestra Festival: The Elementary Bands, MS Concert Band and MS Jazz Band will perform for adjudication at this festival at Rancho Community Church. The day features performances from ten Christian schools in Southern CA; it is free, so everyone is encouraged to stop by and support our bands!
April 4-5, 2014 - MS Band Tour: Students will participate in the Biola University Band Festival. This wonderful day on campus includes an adjudicated performance on stage in Crowell Hall, corporate worship, a Bible study led by Biola faculty, dinner in the café, and a concert by the Biola Wind Ensemble. Students will then spend the following day at Disneyland, enjoying art and entertainment at its very best! But this year, for the first time, they will also participate in a Disney Performing Arts Workshop, recording a portion of the musical soundtrack to an actual Disney movie!
April 25, 2014 @ 6:30 p.m. - Jazz Garden: The HS Jazz Ensemble and MS Jazz Band have prepared an evening of Jazz standards for “Jazz Garden,” presented in the Linfield Prayer Garden on this special Friday evening. Coffee and dessert will be served, and everyone is invited to come and enjoy a fantastic evening of music and fellowship.
Dr. Bridget Melson (Dr. B), Linfield’s Behavioral Support Specialist and HS Bible teacher, is the author of a 12-session workbook entitled This is Life, a guide intended to equip teens with the tools they need to be confident and successful, and she will be offering a This is Life class after school on Tuesdays (9th-11th grade girls) and Wednesdays (7th-8th grade girls) in the coming months.
In this class girls will discuss and study subjects such as the following:
- Personality vs. Identity
- Passion – What Drives You?
- Godly Dating, Love, and Marriage
- The Truth about Drugs & Alcohol
- Balancing a Budget
- Moving Out/College
- Career Tests & Interviewing Skills
- Spiritual Gifts
- And much more…
Session A: 9th-11th Grade Girls
Tuesdays from 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Dates: February 4, 11, 18, 25, and March 4, 11, and 18
Session B: 7th-8th Grade Girls
Wednesdays from 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Dates: January 22 and 29, February 5, 12, 19, 26, and March 5
The cost is $55 a week or $299 total (discounted if paid by the first session), and scholarships are available. Classes will be held in Dr. B’s office in the Administration building, and snacks will be served! To sign-up or to ask questions, please email Dr. B at email@example.com or call 951-676-8111 ext. 1417.