The Stevenson High School Fine Arts Division provides much more than a classroom experience for our students and is comprised of the Dance, Music, Odyssey, Theatre, and Visual Arts departments. Each department offers studio, non-performing, and performing settings and maintains a well-balanced education that focuses equally on the process of learning as well as the product of our efforts. We believe it is vital that we provide experiences to students that will instill a life-long love for, appreciation of, and involvement in the arts. As such, each department provides extensive co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences to supplement our curricular offerings exposing students to an amazing number of opportunities to be involved in exhibits, concerts, recitals and other collaborate performance opportunities.
We believe that the study of fine art is important to everyone at both the individual and societal levels. Students in the Fine Arts experience the actual application of knowledge and skills on a daily basis with culminating work often approaching or achieving professional levels.
As such, Stevenson Fine Arts students develop amazing work ethic, along with a high level of proficiency and sophistication of work. Such quality of work often results in scholarships and prestigious awards. Stevenson offers a rigorous fine arts curriculum that rivals many university programs in its scope. It challenges students to think creatively, encourages risk taking and enables students to apply their problem-solving skills beyond the classroom.
Ultimately, we take great pride that within the Fine Arts Division, we don't simply read or learn about our subjects; we dance, sing, play, act, paint, and sculpt. And, we openly share our work with our peers and our community.