Fine Arts

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"The Fine Arts department has given me the opportunity to enjoy something I've never had an interest in before. At St Joes, I found out how relaxing Pottery can be!"
~ Sophie '20


 

St Joseph High School believes that every student is entitled to a well-rounded education that includes exposure to the arts, including courses in art, music, theatre and interdisciplinary courses. A foundation in the arts develops cognitive, analytical, problem solving and task completion skills. The arts allow students to develop self-expression through visual, aural and performance mediums. Upon completion of the program, students should possess a basic understanding and appreciation of the arts in their world and how the arts relate to history, society and cultural awareness.

 

Fine Arts Courses


 


 


 

Academic Levels

A brief explanation of our academic level rating system follows. Please note, students schedules are dynamic and may include varying levels of courses. 
 

Course Scheduling

Course scheduling at St Joes is individualized and dynamic. Your student's curriculum will be challenging and appropriate to his or her learning needs. Our academic placements are tailored to each student's strengths. Students may progress through our curriculum as his or her mastery dictates allowing students to diversify their course levels.
 

Academic Support

At St Joseph High School, it is our belief that learning is a collaboration between parents, students, teachers, counselors, and administrators. Each has a part to play in a student's success. It is our hope, that by the time a student graduates, he or she has become a lifelong learner. This maturation process takes time to develop as the right balance is struck between adult supervision and intervention and a student's ownership for learning. Younger students naturally need more adult supervision and advocacy. But as a student matures, it is expected that he or she will take responsibility for his or her learning. In the end, if a student is to succeed in college, the student must be responsible and accountable for his or her education.
 

Program of Studies Cover 2021-2022

 

 

Academic & Student Support Services

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