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Drawing & Painting

Art I

This course is an introductory course for the beginning art student. This comprehensive course covers a wide variety of experiences ranging from drawing and painting to 2-D design and sculpture. The course also provides students with an appreciation and understanding of art. Basic design concepts are included in all activities through the Elements of Art and Principles of Design.

Game Art & Animation

Art II

Students will concept, model and animate characters, design game levels, create high-detail creatures, and learn to build realistic environments. Students will work with other students to design and create unique entertainment experiences with the same programs and technology being used by leaders of the industry.



This course provides an introductory exposure to the history of ceramics and a beginning level experience in the use of clay as a fine art medium. Forming techniques, surface development and glazing, and kiln firing practices will be introduced. Both the functional and sculptural ceramic traditions will be explored.

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Dual Enrollment:
Art History

Art IV

This a survey class of Art History from the Late Gothic time-period to Contemporary art.  Dual Enrollment will be through Southeastern Louisiana University and is a transferable credit to most colleges. All college majors must take a fine arts survey class, this course would fulfill that requirement as well as fulfill the TOPS Fine Arts requirement. 

This class is available to all 11th and 12th graders who meet the SELU Dual Enrollment requirements.

Advanced Placement: Studio Art

AP Studio Art

Requires students to complete twenty-four pieces of art. Twelve pieces will correspond to the Breadth section of their portfolio, and twelve pieces will correspond to the Concentration section of their portfolio. Students will be encouraged to make creative, well-crafted, and conceptually strong art, and understand how the contemporary art world functions. College credit may be awarded if the student earns a score of 3 or higher on the AP exam administered for the course. 

Graphic Design

Graphic Design I & II

This course will prepare you to work in the Graphic Design industry. Not only will we focus on your design skills, understanding programs, and working on your certifications; but we will also work on your soft skills, how to work with clients, take criticism on your artwork, multitask and work as a design firm. We work with real clients to help you build your design portfolio and resume that will help you stand out in the design field.


Certifications in Adobe Programs: Photoshop, Illustrator & InDesign

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