Our visual arts program is led by Jessica Beaumont, a SCAD Graduate and professional artist. Students in grades K-8th enjoy visual arts classes twice a week, while our youngest students engage in art regularly as part of their early school education.
Our visual arts curriculum focuses on fundamental principles such as shape, color, composition, and technique. Students develop their drawing skills and delve into the fundamentals of design. They work with various materials, including pencil, colored pencil, paint, clay, plaster, recycled materials, and digital mediums.
Each spring, we host "Artapalooza," an exhibition showcasing student artwork for parents and community members to enjoy. Experience the creativity and talent of our students through our past Artapalooza projects.
Watch the 2023 Artapalooza video
We offer weekly music classes for students in grades K-8th. These classes focus on music fundamentals, appreciation of different cultural music traditions, and basic vocal music elements.
As students progress through the curriculum, they have the opportunity to participate in choir, read musical scores, and perform vocal pieces.
Our music program includes a holiday performance (Cocoa & Caroling) and a spring performing arts event, providing students with a platform to showcase their musical talents.
Students who are interested may also participate in the High Point Friends Meeting choir, further expanding their musical horizons.