A lesson from an Imperial onliner
Artwork in lobby of Dwight Armstrong Performing Arts Conservatory hung on 33rd anniversary of the death of its namesake.
Event featuring more than 30 performers caps off 2016-2017 academic year.
Class of 2017 includes seven honor students, 11 incoming Herbert W. Armstrong College freshmen.
Armstrong Youth Orchestra and 30 private music and dance students perform at Armstrong Auditorium in end-of-semester recital.
Students learn about 1995 terrorist attack at the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum.
High school students explore Oklahoma state government building.
Seth Malone participates in ‘side by side’ concert.
Dwight Armstrong Performing Arts Conservatory welcomes members from Church, local community.
Event exhibits students’ efforts in experimenting, video-making.
Middle- and high-schoolers compete on the piano, violin, cello and flute
Annual Land Run draws big crowd.
High school students use creativity and humor to convey basic scientific principles.
Imperial Academy’s best and brightest music students entertained the Armstrong Auditorium crowd on December 17.
The winners of this year’s contest were announced on July 27 during the Philadelphia Youth Camp awards night.
Students learn on professional software.
High school graduates nine local and online students.
Armstrong College music students perform with Imperial Academy high school students.
Youngsters share aptitudes at spring recital.
‘The Book of Isaiah’ debuts with 100-member cast and largest set yet.
Youth music recital showcases the school’s expanding music program.
Meet the newest Imperial Academy instructor!