Fine & Performing Arts
The arts department offers unique pre-professional experiences featuring multiple courses in the visual arts, ceramics, theater arts, dance, and music.
Our students are encouraged to participate in contests and other opportunities to showcase their work, earn awards and recognition, and obtain scholarships. Students learn creative problem solving skills, active critical discourse, history, and technique. All visual and performing arts courses are designed to provide students with strong portfolio development.
Our students have regular opportunities to showcase their work, earn awards and recognition, and obtain scholarships. Student artwork has been accepted into prestigious programs such as the Holocaust Learning Trunk Program through the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust and the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition, a juried show at the Piedmont Park Dogwood Festival. We are the only Jewish high school in North America to offer 10th grade students the ability to compete in the nationally recognized August Wilson Monologue Competition, offered through Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theater.