All students have the right to an arts education as a fundamental part of basic education.
Dance has been recognized as one of the five fine arts taught at Hariri High School III.
Teaching Dance includes creative work, dance forms and techniques, dance history, performance and production, aesthetics, and criticism.
By providing students with opportunities to learn through movement, dance incorporates the use of auditory, visual, and kinesthetic modalities, more commonly referred to as
hearing, seeing and doing. Dance is a powerful educational device for meeting the physical, intellectual, and social needs of students. Perceptions, thoughts, and emotions
are grounded in a physical experience through dance. As a participatory experience, dance nurtures and fosters a sense of community. The value of group work and cooperation
is inherent and reinforced. Dance education also provides students with exploration, selection, organization, and evaluation experiences.