Seniors who have completed Seton Hall courses through the Art Department can use the link below to attain an official transcript to send to the school you will be attending.
Please note, students must receive a grade of “C” or higher to earn credit from Seton Hall. Prospective colleges may require higher grades in order to accept the transfer of credit. Please plan to speak with your prospective colleges to find out their policy on transfer of college credits earned in high school.
Semester courses met for 75 hours.
Full year courses met for 150 hours.
If your college requires additional information on the course syllabus, please reach out to Mrs. Diamond:
Thank you for all of your hard work, dedication and support!
Best wishes for your future endeavors!
We will miss you!
All work that was displayed in the New City Library will be available for pick up this week in your teacher’s classrooms.
Congratulations to Sydney Rauch! Her multi-leveled work inspired by the movie Defiance, and the theme of Resilience, was acknowledged Thursday night at the new Holocaust Center at Rockland Community College.
Art Slideshow 2018
Please join us to see a sampling of work from all course levels, as well as to celebrate our course award winners through our video yearbook!
All Studio Level courses will take their final exam in class on June 6-8.
Speak with your teachers for details.
Ms. Dunn is part of a 2-person exhibit of work at SUNY Orange in Newburgh NY. Be sure to check it out before May 30th!
Congratulations to this year’s recipient from Clarkstown North, Eric La.
Eric was selected for this award, because like Edward Hopper, exhibits unique creative sensibilities and follows his or her own artistic path—
Eric is innovative and voracious in his study of Art. He is the first student in the art department to fit 4 art classes into his junior year schedule!