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Students in pre-k (preschool) and elementary attend art class once a week. The art program is based on the philosophy that all children are given the gift of creativity, in the image of their Creator. The lessons begin with simple lines and shapes, increase with art skills and use of experience as the grades advance. The instructional purpose is to give the students the skills that can enhance their academic work, enrich their cultural understanding and open avenues for creative expressions.

In junior high and high school, students have the opportunity to select art as an elective course. The elective courses allow students to delve into the world of art by studying great artists, growing their creativity, and fine-tuning their technical skills. In high school, students can choose between a number of course offerings including AP Art Studio, Art Technique and Foundations, Ceramics, Design Thinking, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture.