The middle school arts program offers instruction in both 2D and 3D formats. Projects presented address design elements such as color, line, shape, value, texture and form, and design principles such as repetition, contrast, balance and proportion. Individuality and creativity are valued. Art History is incorporated into project presentation.
The art room in the high school allows for students of different grades and levels to meet simultaneously and allows students to work in different media at the same time in a studio setting.
The high school program furthers the study of the elements and principles of design, with a push towards students production of conceptual work. The art history component in the high school includes weekly art journal reflections. Students must study an artist or art genre, then respond to their chosen artist’s work in written or drawn format. Advanced Placement classes are offered in Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design. The average AP score in art over the past five years is 4.5.