The IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma Programme offers courses in Visual Arts. The aims of these courses enable students to enjoy lifelong engagement in the arts, become informed practitioners and understand the dynamic and changing nature of the arts. Additionally, students will explore diversity of the arts, express ideas with confidence and competence and develop perceptual and analytical skills. Students will focus on the following 3 key areas: an exhibition of their work, a process portfolio and a comparative study.
AP (Advanced Placement) coursework is offered in Drawing, 2D Design and 3D Design. Students focus on developing a strong portfolio with examples showing the artist’s breadth, quality and concentration. Students will have the option of submitting their final portfolio to the College Boards AP review for potential college elective credit.
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The Arts and Humanities Focus Program is designed for high school students who possess a curiosity for learning and are committed to the arts and humanities. Students take at least two classes at their home high school prior to the start of the program each day.
The Arts & Humanities Focus Program accepts freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors that are academically prepared and possess the maturity required to thrive in an environment where motivation, self-directed learning and time-management skills are the key to student success.
Curriculum Specialist for Visual Art
Lorinda Rice, (402) 436-1813
fax number: (402) 436-1829
Art Mentor Grant Coordinator
Tina Spomer, (402) 436-1852
Secretary for Visual Art
Tiffany Malone, (402) 436-1816