ART 10 - LEARN HOW TO DRAW AND PAINT -
A step by step method to learn how to draw and paint. Examples of units: how to draw faces, printmaking, painting, clay, calligraphy, shading, watercolour techniques, composition and much more.
This is an introductory survey and development course. No previous experience with Art is necessary. Techniques and materials used are others than those taken in Art 9.
ART 10AP - 3 credits (Prerequisite: 80% in Art 9 or letter of permission from instructor)
Introductory to the advanced placement program for Art. This is
the prerequisite course for Art 20AP.
ART 20 - IMPROVE YOUR DRAWING AND PAINTING
- 3 or 5 credits - Prerequisite: 50% in Art 10
Learn how to use many new materials and techniques. Refine
and develop the skills taken in Art 10. Examples of units: oil
pastel, dry pastel, acrylic painting, pen and ink, clay and plaster
sculpture, watercolour techniques, silk screening and much more.
ART 20AP - 5 credits (Prerequisite: 80% in Art 10 or letter of permission from instructor)
Continuation to the advanced placement program for Art. This
is the prerequisite course for Art 30AP.
ART 30 - PERFECT YOUR DRAWING AND PAINTING
- 5 credits--Prerequisite: 50% in Art 20 or Art 20AP
Further develop your creative edge on the competition. Individualized instruction for students. Opportunity to study in-depth:
painting, drawing, pencil crayon techniques, collage, commercial
art skills, sculpture, woodcut prints, and other areas of your own
choice. (such as airbrush and computer graphics).
ART 30 AP
—5 credits—Prerequisite: 80% in Art 20AP or letter of permission from instructor)
This course involves a sophisticated approach to the generation
of artworks that would be suitable for an AP (Advanced Placement) portfolio. Students may also choose to submit their portfolio
to the College Board through this class. This way, in addition to
receiving Advanced Placement, they may also earn college and/
or university credit while in high school