Performing Arts Curriculum

  • Course offerings in the performing arts allow students to take risks and build confidence in the areas of performance, direction, dramatic literature, and technical theatre/design. Classes include students from all grades with varying degrees of experience and are open to all who may wish to acquire 21st century proficiencies they can use throughout their lives. The curriculum is designed to include individual attention and coaching along with memorable team experiences in a dynamic, hands-on environment where students can freely tap into their creativity and imagination.

Course Descriptions

  • Theatre Arts - Acting

  • Theatre Arts - Technical Theatre

Visual Arts Curriculum

  • The visual arts curriculum is a sequential program of instruction that integrates the study of aesthetics, criticism, history & production. Visual arts develop one’s perception of self & interpretation of his/her environment. Creativity is problem solving to develop ideas & solutions in order to enhance critical thinking & 21st century skills of students.

Course Descriptions

  • Art I

  • Art II

  • Art Trends

  • Ceramics I

  • Ceramics II / Sculpture

  • Ceramics III / Sculpture

  • Drawing & Design II

  • Drawing & Painting I

  • Drawing & Painting III

  • Painting II

  • Painting III