"Ignite Creativity!"
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SPARC is a non-profit charitable corporation with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status in the United States. Our address is PO Box 462, Summit, NJ 07902 U.S. tax-exempt number: 36-4579175. It was founded in 1996 with the purpose of supporting and providing programs and activities involving the performing arts in the public schools in Summit, NJ, as well as in the community events and programs involving Summit public school children and teens. 
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2018 Paper Mill Playhouse  Rising Star Awards 

Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of:
SHS' Legally Blonde

Winner of:
Educational Impact Award

Nominated for:
Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Member: JJ Stewart
Outstanding Performance by a Featured Ensemble Group: Delta Nu Girls

Student Achievement Award Winner:
Costume Crew

Student Achievement Award Finalists:
 Technical Direction : Sterling Hiltebrand

Student Director: Sarah Beatty
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Congratulations to Kim Lee, 2018 National Champion in Dramatic Interpretation 
and to all our national forensics competitors!
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2017-2018 Montclair Theatre Awards

Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of:​
SHS' Love's Labour's Lost

Winner of:
Outstanding Achievement in Costumes: Katherine Winter

Outstanding Achievement by an Actor in a Classic: Mitchell Sink


Outstanding Achievement by an Actress in a Classic: Erin Manion
Click here for a link to SMPA's 
"Meet the Music Teachers"  Powerpoint
Click here for a link to SPARC's 
"Meet the Performing Arts Coaches" Powerpoint

SPARC President's End of Year Letter 2017-2018

Dear parents, guardians and friends of the performing arts, 

SPARC turned 21 this past season and celebrated by hosting its second “Meet the Performing Arts Coaches” for rising 6th and 9th grade families, this year held in the high school library. We had a great turnout with an overwhelming positive vibe throughout the evening. We heard from the middle school and high school coaches and from 13 students – 11 from the high school and 2 from the middle school.  

As we look back on the 2017-2018 school year, we have an incredible story to share of the journey of our actors, directors, debaters, orators, dancers, and steppers across all 7 of the schools in the district. Once again we were entertained while our students developed character, problem solving skills and built friendships through teamwork. And you, the parents and donors, played a significant role in it all – you gave of your time, talents and treasure every step of the way! 

The highlights of this past year include: (click to read more)