At the high school level, our students come into their own as artists. While developing advanced techniques in drawing, sculpting, graphic design, and painting, they discover their unique styles.
The role of art in history, community, and culture is at the center of our curriculum, allowing students to gain a richer understanding and appreciation for art. With visits from art colleges and professional artists, they also learn what careers are available and what it’s like to be a working artist.
Our students also give back by participating in art research, community projects, the school yearbook, and other projects such as designing Rosh Hashanah cards and Judaic coloring books.
The staff works with our students according to their needs, giving them guidance as they become more independent. Our most ambitious students collaborate with their teachers on the capstone of the high school art experience: the art school application and portfolio.