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Academic & Social Incentives

Musical Scores, one of The Pavilion’s most successful educational outreach programs, has grown from serving 200 students its first year to 5,600 students and teachers this year.

The program primarily serves academically at-risk, middle school students who earn the privilege to attend a special event at The Pavilion by displaying model behavior and achieving specific scholastic goals. To be rewarded, students must achieve specific goals as established by their teachers and/or administrators. These goals might include specific academic accomplishments, improving attendance, book-reading objectives, raising test scores, modifying classroom behavior, or whatever the administrators choose. Once the students have achieved their goals, or "musical scores," they are rewarded to a free performance and lunch at The Pavilion. The students also receive a complimentary Musical Scores T-shirts for their achievement. The Pavilion works with Carver Magnet High School graphic arts students to create the t-shirt artwork for Musical Scores. Students submit artwork for consideration as the featured design, which is chosen by The Pavilion's staff. The design competition allows students to learn something through their hard work and dedication.

For more information about how your school can participate in Musical Scores, email Courtney Galle.


As a part of its educational initiatives, The Pavilion offers internship opportunities within the Marketing Department for high school and college students.

Interns are able to gain valuable experience in the entertainment industry while helping with the many events held at The Pavilion, including Houston Symphony concerts, Texas Music Festival Orchestra, Houston Ballet, Houston Grand Opera and Fine Arts Education Day. Interns work on a variety of tasks such as writing press releases, writing articles for newsletters and programs, marketing research, promoting performing arts events, working with The Pavilion Partners and assisting with special events. Intern candiates should have a strong focus in writing, specially AP style writing. The focus of the internship is to prepare students for a future career in marketing, public relations and event planning.

For more information or to submit a resume, email us here.


Hats Off to Reading Celebration is an event that promotes student literacy and a love of reading. The event is sponsored by the Reading Odyssey Committee, a partnership between Montgomery County Memorial Library System, Conroe ISD librarians, St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School Library, Chick-Fil-A, Scholastic Books and The Pavilion.

It is free and open to the public and takes place before a performing arts event in The Pavilion's House of Blues Hospitiality Tent. Children are able to take a free book home and participate in fun activities such as a book walk, coloring contest, hat making and face painting.

Click here to see how much fun you can have at Hats Off to Reading.

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