The visual arts have been a vital component of every Bosque School student’s education since our school’s inception.
Technical skills are taught in a framework that includes creativity, play, and personal growth. Learning to see the world with the eyes of an artist teaches students to think critically, develop empathy, and connect more deeply with their community.
In middle school, all students take three years of visual arts classes. In the upper school, all students complete two additional years of either visual or performing arts, with many opting to take even more courses.
After completing our basic foundations course, students pursue topics such as digital arts, ceramics, and advanced painting and drawing. All students learn fundamental concepts of visual design while developing an appreciation for the importance of art as a means of understanding the world.