Arts - Fostering Creativity and Critical Thinking
The arts are an integral part of the Stanley Clark education. From visual arts to performing arts, students are encouraged to explore their creative sides, develop critical thinking skills and identify how to apply what they learn to the outside world.
The school’s extensive art program focuses on skill development, self-expression, innovation, perseverance and art appreciation. Students also develop the ability to present themselves and their work with confidence.
80: hours of arts education per week
5: age our students can begin strings, taught in the Suzuki method and included in tuition
3rd: grade students develop their own art gallery opening and exhibition
3: the age students begin working with accomplished artists
5: number of full-time dedicated Fine Arts faculty