Working on etching projectStudents participate in a well-rounded art program that spans pre-kindergarten  through high school.  The lower school art curriculum incorporates many cross-disciplinary connections. While responding, appreciating, expressing and problem-solving, students are enthusiastically encouraged to reach their individual potential in a supportive, yet challenging, environment.  Small class size and experiential, personal instruction are exceptional characteristics of middle and upper school art classes.  These students are provided an array of opportunities to develop artistically and share their work through planned activities, shows, and competitions; numerous students have received regional and state recognition in the prestigious Scholastic Art Awards Program.  The Middle and Upper School Art Show highlights student work at the end of each semester.

Creativity Blossoms Early

In Lower School, the Visual Art program provides a variety of opportunities to express one’s personal vision. Exposure to numerous materials while integrating art history and curricular themes gives students an alternative process to express their own understanding of the world around them. Seasonal activities with an emphasis on honing fine motor skills gives students many creative occasions. Student art is displayed throughout the school, enhancing our space and providing a vehicle to showcase our very talented youth.

Middle School

In Middle School, the Visual Art program provides a variety of opportunities to express one’s personal vision. Exposure to numerous materials while integrating art history and curricular themes gives students an alternative process to express their own understanding of the world around them. Seasonal activities with an emphasis on honing fine motor skills gives students many creative occasions. Student art is displayed throughout the school, enhancing our space and providing a vehicle to showcase our very talented youth.

Upper School

In Upper School, the Visual Art program provides a variety of opportunities to express one’s personal vision. Exposure to numerous materials while integrating art history and curricular themes gives students an alternative process to express their own understanding of the world around them. Seasonal activities with an emphasis on honing fine motor skills gives students many creative occasions. Student art is displayed throughout the school, enhancing our space and providing a vehicle to showcase our very talented youth.