VISUAL ART STUDIES
The Gifted School’s course curriculum is designed, developed, and critiqued to a fine art precision. Our cutting-edge curriculum educates students through detailed art studies including line formation, perspective, design & technology, composition, three-dimensional shading with advancement into annual student exhibitions.
The Gifted School’s Visual Art Program is structured as a long-term academic investment to advance students in the areas of: visual perceptual abilities, acceleration in academics, as well as committed to advancing the mind for developmental growth starting at an early age of 5.
The Gifted School challenges each student’s eye, mind, and hand to skillfully work together to achieve precision and purpose at an early age.
LIVE FROM THE STUDIO: Take a look at what THE GIFTED SCHOOL art students are ACCOMPLISHING this year!
Young Students in Studio and Online Nationwide Focus on Concentrated Studies in Engineering, Drafting & Design.
The Gifted School is the forerunner in art education with designing and developing its own educational curriculum called (b)smART© that advances the minds of students through the platform of art in concentrated studies of biblical studies, math, science and visual literacy. This curriculum is implemented in all current studies.
The Gifted School: A Christian Preparatory School of Academic Arts is the first and only Arts School for grades K-12 in the nation that specializes in fine arts education year-round.
The Gifted School is the only professional Christian Academic Art Institution for Youth in the nation for grades K-12
Teachings of Christ are developed in all studies by making young disciples to spread the gospel by using our gifts to glorify Him
"Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms - so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory and the power forever and ever." (1 Peter 4:10-11)
The Gifted School's (b)smART© curriculum
The Gifted School is a non-competitive school that values each student and their works equally, building confidence within them through annual student exhibitions.
Christ is the Center of All Subjects
With Christ present in all education, The Gifted School takes fine art education very serious. At a young age, The Gifted School's Academic Courses present positive encouragement, reinforcement and curriculum that focuses on the light of Christ rather than the darkness that can be deceived in many genres, teachers and studies of art.
The Gifted School values each parent who is seeking further growth in their child's gift of visual art.
An Early-Age Education
We start education at age 5
The Gifted School accepts students at the early age of 5, because this is a crucial age for building the preliminary foundation for visual learning, critical thinking, and expression, which leads to the structured formation, development and advancement of the mind. The Gifted School concentrates and further develops each student's gifts - individually. With the proper tools, resources and background, The Gifted School is able to teach fine art curriculum that is always new and innovative. The Gifted School never uses material that is recycled, replicated or reproduced which can hinder mental growth and progression, potentially blocking creativity and every-day problem solving.
Our long-term Academic Program is designed to produce constant construction and progression of each student's mind up to 18 years of age. It is The Gifted School's passion that all students receive the utmost attention to their gift by helping form and further develop their potential into preparing them as leaders, disciples and servants of Christ.
The Gifted School specializes in individual teaching methods that push the barriers of complacency and comfort for students to establish high standards and achieve their goals. Students, at all levels, are introduced and assigned to challenging subject matter that creates a continuous line of progression.
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