Visual Arts courses build students' understanding of the role of art and creativity in contemporary and historical cultures in many forms of expressive media and contexts including: drawing, painting, fibers, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, mixed media, performance art, installation, jewelry making and digital and traditional illustration.
Media Arts courses cultivate students' artistic abilities, technological skills and media literacy through integrating analog, digital and leading-edge technologies into screen- and lens-based projects including: film, digital video, traditional and digital photography, animation, sound design, and multi-media or transmedia storytelling.
Design courses engage students in social and material problem-solving processes that lead to the creation of purpose-driven visual communication with an audience using graphic design, interior design, interactivity, web design, motion graphics, product design, infographics,
fashion design, and architectural design concepts.
problem-solving, design thinking and critical questioning related to socially relevant challenges through creative and technical explorations in: 2D and 3D modeling, robotics, computer programming, electricity, biometric principles, wearables, sustainability, 3D printing, laser cutting, and mechanical toy design.
intellectual curiosity, flexibility and connective thinking, and offer opportunities to master a broad range of analytical and cultural content, skills and perspectives through studies in English Language Arts, Health & Wellness, History Humanities, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and World Languages.
Service-Learning courses help students build confidence, self-efficacy and a sense of purpose while offering opportunities to use knowledge
and skills learned in school to address genuine community needs. These authentic civic engagement experiences ignite students' passions, expand horizons, and bring learning out of the classroom and into the real world.