To provide the students with an understanding of, and appreciation for the various aesthetic and disciplinary elements involved in the production of finished artwork, theatre, dance or musical performance. To provide a basis from which the student will maintain a life-long appreciation of the fine and performing arts.
Basic philosophical assumptions:
·The arts teach students a common core of knowledge

·The arts connect students to their creative core

·The arts develop and refine students’ sensibilities

·The arts enable students to express their own creativity and experience moments of freedom, satisfaction and accomplishment

·The arts require both an understanding of personal discipline and a commitment to ensemble
Fall Play 2011 - Frankenstein

Courses Offered

- Art I
- Art II
- Advanced Placement Studio Art
- Painting and Contemporary Viewpoints
- Band I - Winds (Introduction to Band)
- Band I - Percussion (Introduction to Band)
- Band II (Concert Band)
- Band III (Wind Ensemble)
- Band IV (Percussion Ensemble)
- Jazz Band (Independent Study)
- Dance
- Freshman Acting
- Acting I
- Acting II
- Acting III
- Musical Theater
- Film Acting
- Play Production and Playwriting
- Play Production
- Playwriting
- Chorus
- Advanced Chorus
- Photography I
- Photography II