Due to the snow storm on Thursday 11/15, th Art College Fair and Portfolio review has to be postponed. We are currently in communication with the college reps to find a reschedule date in the spring.
Although a bit of a drive, this location has MANY schools attending, and will be less crowded than the National Portfolio Review at the Javitz Center in NYC the following day (Saturday, Nov 10)
Click here for directions and more info
We will be discussing upcoming exhibits, contests, workshops and service projects.
All are welcome!
This is a general membership meeting providing information on the application process as well as upcoming activities.
All are welcome!
Juniors and Seniors are eligible to apply for membership.
All others are invited and encourage to participate in our events.
We are so excited to see everyone!
Freshman– WELCOME!!! You will soon come to see the Art Department is a big family with SO MUCH to offer! Within the department there are a wide range of courses you can take throughout high school. You will even find that many students take multiple art classes within a year! Outside of class there are many opportunities for contests, exhibits and special events.
Be sure to check with your teachers and check this website for upcoming opportunities.
Upperclassmen – WELCOME HOME! We are counting on you to help guide the freshman as they join in our department. Other updates:
Work from the end of the year art show is available with your classroom teachers from last year. Please pick it up by the end of next week.
The first Art Honor Society meeting will be the last Tuesday in September. More info to follow.
Also stay tuned for the first Art Club meeting.
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: