VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
HSES Fine Arts seeks to instill an appreciation of the Arts as a lifelong pursuit by enhancing creative problem-solving abilities, focusing on project-based learning through individualized lessons and group work, and providing innovative programming to meet our student needs and interests.
FINE ARTS PREVIEW
December – Kindergarten Christmas Pageant
January - 3rd and 4th Grade Production
February - Grandparents and Special Friends Day (choral and handbells)
February – Primary 4 Rodeo Round-Up
March – Primary 3 Sing-a-long
April – 1st and 2nd Grade Production
May – Episcopal School Sunday
May – Middle School Production
May - Kindergarten Sing-a-bration
Music, Theater and Arts
- Choral Singing (PK3 - 8th)
- Group Piano (3rd - 8th)
- Handbells (5th - 8th)
- Drums (5th - 8th)
- Studio Art (PK3 - 8th)
- Theater Elective (5th- 8th)
Primay and Lower School
Each grade level offers a musical production every year. The Kindergarten Pageant is considered the gem of the Lower School programming with a long-standing tradition at HSES.
- Primary 3 Sing-a-long
- Primary 4 Rodeo Round-Up
- Kinder Sing-a-bration
- Kindergarten Christmas Pageant
- First and second grade Musical Production
- Third and fourth grade Musical Production
The student-centered approach to education seeks to involve our students in all aspects of production. From choreography to set and costume design, stage management to directing, sound video to lighting, our student do it all!
Primary 3 through 8th Grade
Student art focuses on the principles of Art and Design, such as line, color, texture and rhythm, movement, unity and value. All lower and middle school students take part in Art and work with a variety of mediums including:
- Clay wood
Student artwork is displayed throughout the school hallways and digital media.
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