The Hallyu Arts Program is built for teens wanting to learn at a young age all the way up to adults wanting to provide knowledge. Pick your character and pick your role. Make it a memorable time here by making friends, and maybe some enemies too.
Do you want to inspire? Be known? Just be yourself?
Then Hallyu Arts is the place for you!
Different Roles in the program:
Principal: (Age 30+)
The principal is the person who runs the school. They are respected by the teachers and students. They comes up with the best events for the school to showcase their talents. This person talks frequently with the department heads to understand where each part of their program is. They interact with students on a daily basis.
Vice Principal: (Age 30+)
The second in command to the principal. They mainly deal with the guidance counselors, the young adult counselors, and teachers. This person deals with the trouble makers before they reach the principal. If they can’t handle it then they are sent to actual principal. And you don’t wanna go to the principals office.
Department Heads: (Age 24+)
Each department needs a head. These department heads can double as teachers. They teach only two classes though. If they want more they have to speak with the Admin about that. If they have a special event they want they can submit it for approval. Events can include all roles in the school or only certain roles.
Department heads hold individual meetings with the teachers on a monthly basis to see how the classes are going. For example the Art department head will have meetings with all teachers who teach any type of art form and talk about those classes with them.
Department heads are needed for:
Guidance Counselors: (Age 21+)
These counselors are here for the students. Their offices are always open for kids who want to vent about dorm life or missing their parents. Even kids who want to leave the school They are here to help. They have awesome field trips planned for our students to enjoy.
Teacher: (Age 24+)
They teach our wonderful students about the arts. Teachers can be knowledgeable but also not. If you don’t know how to teach a subject you can still request it, but people can still call you out on it so beware!
Teachers announce class or if they are on break. They have their hours posted on their doors. Whenever they decide class is it is. They can also assign homework for the week or next two weeks that you have to put into their submit box.
Teachers must teach three classes. Each class must meet at least once a week or more.
Subjects: These are what the teachers can offer, more can be added. Check the courses and classroom list for courses being taught already that students are required to sign up for. You can only sign up for what’s offered. Teachers are also asked, when applying, to pick classes that are in high demand.
Student Counselor: (Age 17-23)
These are the teenagers and young adults that help run the school, I mean they help the students around, assist the teachers when someone is rowdy, or who knows, they can stir up some trouble themselves.
They are assigned children to guide and counsel through their art experience. They are also assigned a teacher to help out; if neither their teachers nor students are available they are assigned office duty or clean-up with a fellow worker. Hopefully this doesn’t happen because the workers can get up to mischief.
Student: (Age 14-16)
The students pick four classes they like the most, or however many classes are available. When one of your classes is in session and the teacher announces it the students go to class. When out of class they can hang out with friends and also talk to their assigned counselor(s). Or they can wander into someone else’s group. Maybe even disrupt a class.
There is also Dorms that you would like to check out.