Shannon Heaton, Department Chairperson
The primary goal of our program is to provide an intensive curriculum in the fine arts.
Lessons consist of studio activities, lectures, demonstrations, slide presentations, assigned research, group critiques, and gallery visits. Students have the opportunity to study drawing, painting, digital photography, ceramics and sculptural techniques in the visual arts. Students also have the opportunity to study choral, instrumental, and music theory.
We are one of only a few schools in Montgomery County to offer an AP Art History course.
Students interested in joining our National Art Honor society should email Mrs. Heaton with any questions.
Shannon Heaton, Teacher
Cameron Petke, Teacher
David Rogoza, Teacher
Nora Schaefer, Teacher
AP Studio Art Summer Packet (Updated 6/10/2019)
AP Studio Art 3D Summer Packet (Updated 6/11/19)
Certificate in Advanced Arts
Take specific classes and join organizations to earn the following Advanced Arts Certificates! Click HERE for a presentation explaining this exciting new program!
Advanced Arts Pathways Requirements Form - Due March 29, 2019
Creative and Performing Arts
Visual Arts - Humanities students
Visual Arts - non Humanities students