Elementary School Visual Arts
Visual arts education in Florence 1 Schools begins in kindergarten. Students in kindergarten through sixth grade attend art classes taught by certified visual arts teachers. Elementary art engages students in hands-on creation, exposure, and response to visual art and artistic expression. Elementary students and teachers share their art throughout the district and community.
Middle School Visual Arts
Students in middle school visual arts classes focus on large scale visual art concepts and begin to fully develop the fine motor skills needed to produce extrodinary work. Middle school students and teachers share their art throughout the district and community. Courses are increasingly varied and include sculpture, videography, digital photography, and graphic design.
High School Visual Arts
Students in high school visual arts classes expand their understanding of art skills and processes through studio production, criticism, and art history. Additionally, they explore advanced techniques with two- and three-dimensional art work. High school students and teachers share their art throughout the district and community. Course offerings include CP, H, AP, and IB courses such as:
- Art 1, 2, 3, & 4
- Advanced Placement (AP) Art
- Advanced Placement (AP) Studio Art
- Media Arts 1 & 2
- Photography & Digital Imaging
- Painting & Drawing
- Three-Dimensional Design 1 & 2
Gift & Talented:
FAME (Florence 1 Artistically & Musically Exceptional) program includes the Horizons and H2 programs.
Please visit the Gifted & Talented Programs page more information.