The fine arts program teaches students the basic principles of drawing, painting, design, and multimedia production at an early age. Classes are individualized to address differing levels of proficiency. The instructor takes each student from where they are to wherever they aspire. For older students, this often means that they work on independent projects or the production of an art portfolio for application to a post-secondary setting.
Younger students in the Kindergarten to eighth grades have art as part of their curriculum. At the high school, ceramics and graphic arts are an option. Students gain the skills and tools for design, photography, and technology. These courses are project-based and hands-on, with students quickly moving from skill acquisition to practical and creative applications.