VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
The Episcopal School of Dallas Fine Arts program is designed to provide an environment in which students can pursue their interests and skills in a variety of performing and creative arts. In the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools, students learn the aesthetics of art and how to produce individual art pieces. The Susan M. Frank Center for the Arts & Humanities is a state-of-the-art facility where our Middle and Upper students experience the joy of creating and appreciating artistic mediums. Designed with significant input from our faculty, the Frank Center optimizes the programs and experiences for students. At the Lower School, art adorns many of the walls and cases. Work by our youngest students create the "Happy Hallway" connecting our Early Childhood classrooms.
Students, ages Beginner through eighth grade take art every year. In Upper School, students are required to take at least one year of visual or performing art. Many opt for multiple years and pursue art at the AP level.
For more information about our arts programming, please visit your division in our Curriculum Overview.