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Creative vision comes to life.

See the world in new ways.

From kindergarten through twelfth grade, the visual and performing arts at Westminster are designed to help students develop skills to observe and interpret the world. Our students' work is impressive, but it's actually the process of creativity we value the most. Through it, students build far-reaching cultural literacy, creative confidence, and skills of self-expression.

Individual expression demands courage. So, our arts staff equips students to experiment, to take risks, and to fail with the confidence they will succeed. Molding clay. Playing percussion. Owning a stage. Young artists at Westminster refine techniques, but most importantly, they discover themselves.

"There is a deep and abiding passion for teaching the craft of the arts here but also an intense personal relationship that is developed with each of the students."
Faculty Member

Arts in the Lower School

Pre-first through fifth grade students are immersed in the worlds of performing and visual arts. Art is a place of research and discovery where children develop unique voices and interpret the world in which they live through an exciting and inspirational investigation of concepts, techniques, and materials.

Arts in the Middle School

The arts department recognizes the importance of artistic development in each Middle School student. The curriculum becomes more sophisticated as student artistry evolves, including more groundwork in technique and integrated studies. In addition to band, chorus, and theatre , students investigate painting, sculpture, photography, and digital imagery.

Arts in the Upper School

The Upper School arts program strives to create a strong sense of discipline in the advanced learner but never stifles creativity or exploration. Students can explore their artistic talents through countless musical groups, AP classes, and extracurricular activities.