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SAVANNAH, GA. – NOV. 1, 2021 – Savannah Classical Academy (SCA) is slated to host the “SCA’s Class Act Gala”, a dinner theatre show, that will feature performing arts pieces from SCA students. SCA parents and the community are invited to join for an evening of entertainment on Thursday, Dec. 9 in the school gymnasium, located at 705 E Anderson St., Savannah GA 31401.

During this event, students involved with Theatre Arts and Acting Department at SCA will present monologues, duologues, skits, music, and a featured One Act production of “The Bridge.” “The Bridge” is a one act play written by Ford Ainsworth that uses the popular children’s book, “Three Billy Goats Gruff,” as a model for highlighting the moral decay of today’s society. The dinner theatre will intertwine these performances into a three-course meal that will include an appetizer, salad, steak & baked potato, dessert, water, and tea. Tickets are required and seating is limited.

“We are so proud of the SCA students for all of their hard work and dedication they have portrayed as we worked to create a unique experience for their families,” said SCA CEO, Barry Lollis. “Our institution works diligently to provide avenues for creativity that the students get excited about. We are happy to invite our SCA family and the community to come out and enjoy dinner and a show!”

SCA ensures that all students achieve a challenging and content-rich classical education rooted in Greek philosophy. The Classical education model uses excellent literature, music, art, a rigorous and challenging study in language arts, including Spanish as a second language, and teaching of Latin and Greek roots, science, and history to educate children in the ways of civil society.

It is the philosophy of Savannah Classical Academy that all students benefit from a rigorous, content-rich educational program that develops academic potential and personal character. The school provides an environment that fosters academic excellence through the habits of thoroughness, the willingness to work, and the perseverance to complete complex tasks. Through a defined traditional, Classical-Liberal curriculum, students are prepared to become active, responsible members of their community. 

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