Art I - Studio Art
An introductory level, two-dimensional design course with an introduction into three-dimensional design for the Upper School student. The curriculum focus is on creativity with perspective and shallow space design. Homework is required and a semester exam is given at the end of each semester.
Art II - Studio Art
Studio Art II is a continuation of Studio Art I with an emphasis of application of the elements and principles of design. Two-dimensional design course with a continuation into three-dimensional design for the Upper School student. Some homework is required and an art history project is given at the end of each semester. Participation in art contests is encouraged and available.
Art III (A) - Sculpture/Ceramics/Jewelry
This course is an introduction to three-dimensional art and ceramic design that develop methods including hand building techniques, introduction of a potter’s wheel and the introduction to sculpture techniques including basic methods of modeling, construction and carving. Homework and sketchbook assignments are required.
Art III (B) - Drawing/Mixed Media/Painting
This course is designed for the serious art student who has shown a desire to develop further technical skills in drawing and Mixed Media. Focus is continued with study of space, form, line, contour, gesture, texture, value and composition in still life, landscape, perspective and figure, with an emphasis on working with color. Various media is integrated.
Art IV - Senior Portfolio
The Art Portfolio course is designed for the purpose of advancing serious art students to produce a solid portfolio that shows mastery in concept, composition, and the execution of 2-D design, drawing, ceramics and sculpture. Students should expect the course to be rigorous in nature.
Mixed choir. Students are expected to participate in concerts and competitions.
Devoted to teaching the students the foundations of theater and introducing them to all levels of theater activities.
Audition only class focused on preparation for TAPPS One Act Play and TAPPS academic meet.
Previous experience required or teacher approval.
Student audition required. Students lead praise and worship in weekly chapel services.
Study and preparation in the Lincoln-Douglas style debates. Students are prepared for and will compete in debate competitions.
Production of the school's annual yearbook. Commitment to attend Yearbook Camp is required.