Visual and Performing Arts
From drawing and painting to acting and learning guitar, our Visual and Performing Arts Program has the right activity for you. Students can choose from a number of art and drama classes, and we have many extracurriculars that let you tap into your creative side.
If you are interested in singing, consider joining Unaccompanied Minors, our A cappella ensemble. If you want to learn an instrument, join JAMs to try your hand at guitar, drums, keyboard, or vocal performance. If you are a budding actor, you will have the chance to shine in our annual theatrical productions. Or, you can experience another side of theatre by joining the production crew. If you are interested in drawing and painting, our art classes will give you the opportunity to learn new skills and techniques to take your pieces to the next level.
Through the arts, our students learn to be imaginative and inquisitive. They learn to become critical thinkers, effective communicators, and problem solvers. And, they learn the importance of teamwork.
Get ready to grab your drumsticks, pick up your paintbrush, and learn your lines. Wherever your artistic spirit leads you, we encourage you to follow.
- Advanced Drama
- Intro to Visual Arts
- Percussion & the History of Rock and Roll
- Standard Level IB Theatre
- Standard Level IB Visual Arts
- Survey of Art
Recent Theatrical Productions
- 2017 (Spring) Tiger at the Gates by Jean Giraudoux
- 2017 (Winter) R.U.R. Rossum's Universal Robots by Karel Capek
- 2016 (Spring) The Proposal and The Dangers of Tobacco by Anton Chekhov, and Marriage by Nikolai Gogol
- 2016 (Winter) Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare
- 2015 (Spring) Waiting for Lefty by Clifford Odets
- 2015 (Winter) Macbett by Eugene Ionesco
- 2014 (Spring) Black Comedy by Peter Shafer
- 2014 (Winter) Electra by Euripides
- 2013 (Spring) Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare
- 2013 (Winter) The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
- 2012: (Spring): Just Deserts (one act plays by Anton Chekhov and Moliere)
- 2012 (Winter): Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame
- 2011: Henry V by William Shakespeare
- 2010: The Society of Adventurous Women by Chuck Palia