When Triton Central joined the network in 2009, we set one steadfast marker; we demanded that we maintain our arts programs. Both of the sophomore team class additions are fully integrated arts classes. GeoIED maintains an arts edge by incorporating design elements from Project Lead the Way paired with conventional Geometry. Projects include everything from 2D digital design to 3D art using the Adobe Suite package and a program called Inventor.
The most integrated arts class on campus, though, is TCHS’s LitMus class. LitMus stands for “Literature + Musicology”. Musicology is a combination of Music Theory/Composition and Music History. With all sophomores now required to pass Indiana’s End of Course Assessment (ECA) at the end of their sophomore year, Litmus has become the true litmus test for students.