Building Character acting classes are a fun and creative way for your child to gain confidence and self esteem and they are conveniently taught immediately after school in Downtown Alpharetta and many North Fulton Schools.

2015 Fall Class Schedule Registration is NOW OPEN - Click HERE for INFO

  • Check out our exciting NEW MUSICAL THEATRE classes with Jillian Haynes-Murray
  • Please contact us if you are interested in bringing the program to your school.


Testimonials:

“I just have to take a moment to tell you what a remarkable impact your classes have had on my sons!  It wasn’t just acting skills they gained, but self-confidence and poise as well.  It has made such a difference….. The favorite day of the week for my younger son is whatever day he is in your class!!!  He absolutely loves it and I can truly see how he has grown personally. Now I have two that are your students (soon to be three) and its one of the best things I’ve ever done for them!”

Shelia. M.– Alpharetta

“My children have been involved with Building Character for over two years and I am so impressed with how much they have developed.  Their communication skills, self confidence, and self esteem have all skyrocketed because of Building Character.  Building Character provides a fun and creative outlet for the children without any judgement.  The teachers are phenomenal with tons of experience.  The children adore the teachers and really look up to them as a mentor.  The teachers are able to teach to all different learning styles and control the kids with amazing grace.  My children aged 11 and 9 are always in the best mood and smiling from ear to ear when I pick them up from class.  Building Character has touched the lives of many children.  I am so grateful that my children have Building Character in their lives.  This is a life changing activity that will benefit your children for years to come, so get involved now!! “

Dana M. – Alpharetta

“It wasn’t just about helping these children overcome the fear of being on stage or speaking loud enough for the audience to hear.  It was about helping them develop the self-confidence they didn’t know they had or learning to work as a team as they coordinated efforts with so many other.  It was a true life lesson that these children would inevitably carry with them for years to come.”

Nancy. R. – Alpharetta

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