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High School

Every year art students will experience printmaking, drawing, painting, and sculpture. They will be taught do their projects as creative designers. The goal is for students to love art, and then take their art to the next level. 

Art I is a semester course introducing the fundamentals of visual art. The students will explore two-dimensional and three-dimensional art using the elements of art and principles of design. The students will create artwork with a variety of art media to express themselves. Art I is a hands-on studio based course. Art I is a prerequisite for all other art classes.  

Art II is a semester course continuing the exploration of two-dimensional and three-dimensional art using the elements of art and principles of design. This course provides students the opportunity to work through the creative process in order to create original works of art and expression. Students will gain exposure to a variety of art media. Art II is a hands-on studio based course. Art II is a prerequisite for all advanced art classes.   

Independent Study Art is a full-year course giving students further opportunities in their study and practice of visual art. 

Middle School

The visual art program at Christian School District encourages students to explore their God-given creativity and look at the world in unique ways.  When students look with awe and wonder at all that God has created, it inspires them to let their own imaginations soar.  They learn to see possibilities and creative solutions.  They discover their artistic voice through creative expression and become innovative problem solvers that impact the world for Christ. 

Elementary

Every week students enter the art room to explore avenues of creativity and design. We always enjoy seeing the projects created by our kids! Each spring, we host a Fine Arts Night in a setting much like an art gallery complete with hors d’oeuvres, refreshments, and desserts all served by students! Parents and other family members enjoy seeing our students’ creativity on display. 
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