Curriculum Guide - Course Descriptions
Visual Arts
 

Introduction to Art

Grade Level: 9-12
Elective: Full Year 2 Credits

Prerequisites: None

This course will introduce students to a variety of art mediums, techniques, and concepts. The fundamentals of art and its basic skills will be taught within projects, as well as the history of several artists - all necessary for understanding, interpreting, and appreciating art.

This course can be repeated for credit.

Advanced Art

Grade Level: 10-12
Elective: Full Year 2 Credits

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Introduction to Art.

This course will expose students to art history as well as various mediums, techniques, and concepts that are more complex than what was covered in the Introduction to Art class. Students will be given opportunities to independently work in their preferred medium or choose projects suited for their personal interests. Weekly sketchbook drawings are required.

This course can be repeated for credit. 

Advanced Studio Art I

Grade Level: 11-12
Elective: Full Year 2 Credits
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Advanced Art and instructor approval.

This course is an extension of Advanced Art for the growing artist. Students must show strength and dedication, as well as get instructor approval prior to scheduling the class. Further exploration of art history, mediums, and techniques will be covered. Students will be given opportunities to independently work in their preferred medium or choose projects suited for their personal interests. Weekly sketchbook drawings are required. Seniors will be required to display completed artwork at Open House.

This course can be repeated for credit.

Advanced Studio Art II

Grade Level: 12
Elective: Full Year 2 Credits
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Advanced Studio Art I and instructor approval.

This course is a continuation of Advanced Studio Art for the serious artist. Students must show strength and dedication, as well as get instructor approval prior to scheduling the class. Further exploration of art history, mediums, and techniques will be covered. Students will be given opportunities to independently work in their preferred medium or choose projects suited for their personal interests. Weekly sketchbook drawings are required. Seniors will be required to display completed artwork at Open House.
 
 
Curriculum Guide

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