• Studio Art 

    The art curriculum is designed to develop content knowledge and skills in the following areas: recognition of the role and importance of art and artists in society, culture, and history; critical assessment of art works from aesthetic and cultural perspectives; creative problem solving; technical processes; and personal expression through art production. Instruction in the visual arts provides an environment that offers challenges to all students, builds on individual differences, and provides means by which students may express themselves and develop positive self-concepts.

     Drawing * Painting * Color Theory * Scratchboard * Graphic Design * Cartooning & Animation * Collage * Architectural Design * Printmaking * Interdisciplinary Projects  * Art History

    Accelerated Studio Art

     
    Students may be recommended to take accelerated art in seventh and eighth grade and earn one high school credit. The accelerated art program is designed to develop content knowledge and skills in the following areas: recognition of the role and importance of art and artists in society, culture, and history, critical assessment of art works from aesthetic and cultural perspectives, creative problem solving, technical processes, and personal expression through art production. Instruction in the accelerated classes provide an environment that offers challenges to all students, builds on individual differences, and provides means by which students may express themselves and develop positive self-concepts.